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Review: Hello!! Kinmoza! Complete Season Two [Blu-ray]

Choo Choo! All aboard the Yuri train! Kiniro Mosaic is back for its second batch of episodes, split across two discs instead of one this time, for all that Slice of Life animation glory. I’m not gonna re-tread on past points, and everything said in my Season One review is still true, so go and […]

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Review: Kinmoza! Complete Season One [Blu-ray]

Desu desu desu desu. Desu. From the summer 2013 anime season comes best girl Karen, and the rest of the cast of Kiniro Mosaic, or KinMoza for short. I haven’t re-watched many of the shows I saw before I joined the train of weekly watching everything in Spring of 2014, with Kinmoza being one of […]

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Food Wars: Shokugeki No Soma Review

From the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump, comes a knock your socks off, in a quite literal manner, Shonen Battle manga, with a tasty twist. I loved the Food Wars manga when I first started reading it back in 2013, and got really hyped for the show when it initially aired; but does it still […]

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Review: Himouto! Umaru-chan

When it comes to the­ genre combination of slice of life and comedy, no studio does it better than Doga Kobo. With great titles under their belt such as Monthly Girl’s Nozaki-kun and Yuru Yuri, their mastering of the comedy manga adaptation is some of the best in the business.  So can they really mess […]

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Review: Boruto: Naruto The Movie [Blu-ray]

Just 574 days after their theatrical release, the home media release of Boruto: Naruto The Movie finally hits the UK. Manga Entertainment have made this title available on both blu-ray and DVD. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie when I saw it in the cinema twice back in 2015, but is the movie as good as […]

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Review: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?

Is it wrong to try to pick up girls in a dungeon? This is the first question this show throws at you, and is almost the opposite of what the premise is about. Falling very close to the ‘trapped in another world’ genre, Danmachi got its initial popularity in the west by being compared to […]

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Review: The Transformers: The Movie 30th Anniversary Steelbook

    Release Date: 12th December 2016Format: Blu-ray SteelbookStudio: ToeiPublisher: Manga EntertainmentCertificate:Audio: English 5.1, English 2.0Subtitles: English, SpanishDiscs: 2Run Time: 84 Minutes The Transformers: The Movie is an interesting release from Mange Entertainment. It’s a 1986 American animated movie based on the American animated TV series of the same name, but the anime production is […]

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Review: Pokemon Movie 1-3 Collection [Blu-ray]

  Release Date: 14th November 2016Format: Blu-ray Steelbook/DVDStudio: OLMPublisher: Manga EntertainmentCertificate: PGAudio: English 2.0Subtitles: NoneMovies: 1-3Discs: 3Run Time: 218Minutes     This was easily one of the best announcement from Manga Entertainment earlier this year. Both the US and Australia have already seen a similar release, from Viz and Beyond Home Entertainment respectively. The UK release is […]

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Review: When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace [Blu-ray]

    Release Date: 31st October 2016Format: Blu-ray/DVDStudio: TriggerPublisher: Manga EntertainmentCertificate: 12Audio: Japanese 2.0, English 5.1Subtitles: EnglishEpisodes: 1-12Discs: 2Run Time: 300 Minutes   When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace, or InouBattle, is the anime that you probably forgot was produced by Studio TRIGGER. I suppose it’s easy to forget when everybody always praises them for Kill la Kill and […]

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Manga/Animatsu @ MCM Comic Con London October 2016 – Day 2 Roundup

Manga UK opted to host their announcements panel on their own stage this weekend; while the anime karaoke is good fun to watch, it’s the announcements that really make the weekend for me. Both Andrew and Jerome took to the stage, with a table this time, in order to reveal some upcoming Manga UK licenses, […]