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Attack On Titan is a story that absolutely changed the game when it came out, and in many ways heralded the "next age of anime". It told a dark and brutal story that entranced just about all who read...
Once upon a time in Dragon Ball history, Goku's greatest rival was Vegeta. Then, during the Frieza arc, they became reluctant allies, then members of the Z-Fighters a little while later until eventually they were friends in everything but...
In today's world, anime and manga are much more respected overall than they were 20 years ago. Back then, only certain animes like Dragon Ball and Pokemon had worldwide recognition and fame. But now, all sorts of series past...
Many fans of anime in the UK and Ireland will be familiar with Anime Limited, the Glasgow based anime company that has made a name for itself with high quality home releases, theatrical screenings and other anime related events...
Anime Limited have announced they will be releasing the digital soundtrack for the popular anime Jujutsu Kaisen the same day as Japan in various territories. The Glasgow based company will release the 60 track album on 21st April in...
This year is going to be a very interesting one for the Pokemon franchise as a whole as they're celebrating its 25th anniversary. We've already had some big announcements already via the release date of New Pokemon Snap, a...
While 2020 has not been the kindest of years to many people it may be something good for anime fans in general as the fourth and final season of Attack on Titan is set to arrive this month. The...
The global COVID-19 pandemic has proved an unprecedented crisis, necessitating the changing of many aspects of modern life including the shut-down of the global convention circuit in the interests of social distancing. Indeed here in the UK this past...
He's blank-stared his way through a hit manga series, a video game and two seasons of television, but One Punch Man isn't done yet! According to Variety, Sony Pictures is now interested in adapting the series as a live-action...
On the evening of 17th September as part of their ‘Anime’s Human Machines’ film season, the Barbican held host to creative legend Shoji Kawamori.  The season, curated by anime historian Helen McCarthy, was sponsored by the Japan Foundation, the...
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