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Attending Ayacon, Manga Entertainment announced details of several new titles. Wolf Children Collector’s Edition will be released 23rd December, containing the film on DVD and Blu-ray in addition to a yet to be determined DVD of extra content. The set...
In celebration of the 12th August UK DVD and Blu-ray release of Naruto Shippuden Movie 3: The Will Of Fire, Manga Entertainment UK will be coordinating a mass 'tweet along' viewing of the film on Thursday 15th August at...
Glasgow, UK 24 June, 2013 - Anime Limited, the Glasgow-based anime licensing company and parent company of All the Anime, is excited to announce the release of the classic anime TV series Gurren Lagann on DVD and Blu-ray for...
Manga Entertainment have announced that their upcoming UK release of Steins;Gate has secured the original Japanese cover art, making the UK the sole English speaking foreign market to do so. Part 1 of the series can currently be pre-ordered...
Manga Entertainment UK will be selling an exclusive limited edition bundle of their first One Piece DVD collection at MCM London Comic Con this weekend, 24-26th May. The bundle includes the first complete dual-language DVD set of 26 episodes...
I’m not really a fan of shorter, 13-episode series, usually because I find they lack enough episodes to tell a consistent story and in some cases tend to be prone to awkward last minute shock plot twists. Canaan is something...
Supernatural: The Anime Series On DVD 27 May 2013 Fast sell: The first-ever live-action television series to be re-imagined as an anime series, “Supernatural: The Anime Series” brings a whole new dimension to the internationally acclaimed hit TV phenomenon. Key talent: Creator Eric Kripke...
Manga Entertainment UK have announced they have licensed the animated adaptation of One Piece for UK distribution. The first volume, containing the first 26 episodes, will be released 27th May 2013. Volumes will then follow every two months, with...
The problem with animated adaptations of serialised manga is that the creators are attempting to adapt a series that may be years away from its conclusion. This isn't a problem if you're pretty much guaranteed to get enough episodes...
Multi-Year Agreement Grants Shout! Factory Rights to Pop Culture Television Properties MADtv and BEETLEJUICE Animated Series Los Angeles, California – November 5. 2012 – Shout! Factory announced a multi-property alliance to bring the memorable Warner Bros. television series MADtv (seasons two though five) and the animated series BEETLEJUICE to the home...
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