We're kicking off the day with an unboxing for you as we're delighted to show what to expect from our release of the wonderful film The Anthem of the Heart, ahead of it's release on 26th June.
Your first opportunity to purchase this set will be this weekend at the MCM London Comic Con as we have limited quantities available in our AllTheAnime shop at our stand in the south hall.
But if you can't be at MCM London, have no fear as you can order your copy ahead of its general release on 26th June from Amazon UK, Base.com and Anime-On-Line. You'll also be able to order it from our AllTheAnime.com web shop from next week.
Also worth noting that Zavvi.com have an exclusive variant design of this release. You can get the details on that HERE.
Synopsis: "I have feelings I can’t tell anybody hidden deep in a shell inside of my heart. But, really, I want to shout it out…my honest feelings like a beautiful anthem is waiting to break free!
Jun is a girl whose words have been sealed away. She was once a very happy girl, but because of a "certain thing" she said when she was very young, her family was torn apart. Then, the egg fairy appeared in front of her and sealed away her ability to talk in order to stop her from hurting anybody else. Since this traumatic experience, Jun lives in the shadows away from the limelight. Years later -- she is nominated to become an executive member of the “community outreach council.” On top of that, Jun is also appointed to play the main lead in their musical…"
You can watch a trailer for the film below -
Our release comes packed in a rigid case with a digipack to store the two discs (1 x Blu-ray & 1 x DVD). Also included is a booklet containing art from the film.
On the discs themselves you get the the film in Japanese with subtitles only - as no English dub has been produced - with both 2.0 and 5.1 audio options.
Also on the discs are the Japanese theatrical trailer, TV spots, Promotional Video and a title-free version of the ending theme too.
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Surprise! It's not out until 26th June but tonight (at time of writing) we're delighted to show you what to expect from the upcoming Ltd Collector's Edition Blu-ray release of Attack on Titan Junior High!
Your first opportunity to get your hands on this release will be this coming weekend at the MCM London Comic Con event this weekend, as we'll have limited quantities available on our AllTheAnime shop.
But if you can't be at MCM London Comic Con, don't fret as you can order your copy ahead of its general release on 26th June from the likes Amazon UK, Zavvi, Base.com and Anime-on-Line. You'll also be able to pre-order it from our AllTheAnime.com web shop from next week too.
Synopsis: "The hit show Attack on Titan is reimagined in this feel-good junior high microseries! See all your favorite characters getting into middle school shenanigans complete with secret love interests, class presidents, and chaotic cultural festivals.
Eren and his friends are the hapless first-year students at Attack Junior High, a unique school for both humans and Titans alike. That's right... Titans go to class, too-in their own gigantic classrooms with their larger-than-life school supplies and benches as big as buildings! And while most humans are happy to avoid the massive monstrosities, Eren will stop at nothing to exact revenge on the hungry Titan who ate something more precious than human life-his mom's homemade chee-burg bento! Join the secret Scout Regiment as they plan to stop the Titans while Eren masters the omni-directional mobility gear to clean the massive wall surrounding the campus."
This release comes packed in a rigid case and inside that you'll find a digipack pack to hold the two Blu-ray discs, and there's even an booklet inside too!
On the discs themselves you get -
-- The complete series of Attack on Titan Junior High, 12 episodes, in both English and Japanese with subtitles.
-- Extras on the discs are episodes commentaries, a video commentary, web previews, promo videos, textless opening song and textless closing song.
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Overlord is a series that got a lot people's attention when it was airing and today we're excited to bring your an unboxing for the Ltd Collector's Edition Blu-ray, standard Blu-ray and standard DVD versions that we're distributing for Funimation here in the United Kingdom ahead of its release on 12th of June.
You're first opportunity to pick up this release will be this weekend at MCM London Comic Con at our AllTheAnime stand as we'll have limited quantities of each version available to purchase.
But if you can't be at MCM London, don't worry as it's only a few weeks to go until its general release on 12th of June. You order your copy today from Amazon UK, Zavvi, Base.com, Anime-On-Line and you'll be able to pre-order from our own web shop from next week following the MCM London Comic Con event.
Synopsis: "From MADHOUSE Inc., the studio behind Death Parade, Parasyte, and No Game No Life, comes the ultimate trapped in a game anime.
On the night his favorite MMORPG is scheduled to be shut down, veteran player Momonga stays logged in until the clock hits zero. The screen goes dark for only a few moments before he finds himself completely immersed in the online world of Yggdrasil. Left with all of his character's devastating powers, total dominion over his loyal NPCs, and nothing better to doMomonga decides to try his hand at taking over the world.
All the hours he's spent grinding and dungeon crawling have certainly paid off, and as he tests his strength on local rogues and legendary beasts he comes to realize that not one opponent can stand against his might. Embracing his new identity as the fearsome mage Ainz Ooal Gown, Momonga continues his search for bigger, badder adversaries. Leaving the people of Yggdrasil to wonder who exactly is trapped with who?"
You can watch the trailer for the series below -
The Collector's Edition version comes packed inside a rigid case and inside that are two amaray cases; inside each is a Blu-ray disc. Disc 1 contains episodes 1-9, and disc 2 has episode 10-13. Also inside the box are 9 art cards.
The standard Blu-ray and DVD versions each come in an amaray case with the discs, 2 x Blu-rays in the Blu-ray version and 2 x DVDs in the DVD version.
On the discs themselves are -
-- The complete series, 13 episodes, in English and original Japanese with subtitles.
-- On the DVD discs the extras are Textless Opening and Closing title sequences.
-- The Blu-ray discs has the same extras as the DVD, but in addition to that there's also audio commentaries on episodes 2 & 9, video commentary on episode 13, 'Play Play Pleiades' shorts, Special Preview Collection, Episode 1 Preview, TV Spots, Promotional Videos and DVD/BD spots.
Here we go, photos of the finished product. First up is the Collector's Edition Blu-ray set, and then after that we'll show you the standard Blu-ray and DVD sets. Continue Reading
By Jasper Sharp.
Eureka Entertainment’s dual-format release of Jackie Chan’s Drunken Master (1978) is the first time his breakthrough hit has been made available on Blu-ray. Dubbed, re-edited, cropped and bastardised in so many other ways during its various excursions outside its home turf, be they theatrical screenings, TV broadcasts or on VHS, the 4K restoration presented on Eureka’s disc is the closest to the original we are likely to ever see. Continue Reading
We know a popular series in recent years has been the action-packed Noragami. The first season has already been released in the United Kingdom and we are distributing the follow-up season, Noragami Aragoto on DVD and Ltd Collector's Edition Blu-ray for Funimation. Ahead of its release on 19th of June today we are happy to bring you an unboxing of the Ltd Collector's Edition Blu-ray version.
A quick note before we get all the details that your first opportunity to own this release will be this weekend at the MCM London Comic Con event at Excel London, as we'll have limited quantities of this available at our AllTheAnime stand.
But if you can't get to MCM, don't worry you won't have wait long to add Noragami Aragoto to your collection, as it's on general sale a few weeks later from 19th of June. You can order your copy from Amazon UK, Zavvi, Base.com, Anime-On-Line and following MCM London you'll be able to pre-order it from our AllTheAnime.com web shop too.
Synopsis: "The second season of the hit show "Noragami" has arrived!
Life for minor god Yato isn’t getting any easier. He’s still broke, shrineless, and his partner-slash-sword-regalia has zero respect for him. Worse yet, Bishamon, one of the deadliest war gods, is after his life. Blaming him for the death of her past regalia, she won’t stop until she kills him. But there’s more to that story than she could ever realize. Can Yato take on a god as powerful as Bishamon?"
Watch the trailer for Noragami Aragoto below -
This release of Noragami Aragoto that we're distributing for Funimation will be available on both DVD and Ltd Collector's Edition Blu-ray. If you're opting for the DVD version, the two DVD discs come packed inside an amaray case.
If you're opting for the Ltd Collector's Edition Blu-ray version, the release comes in a rigid case. Inside the case you'll find an amaray case containing the two Blu-ray discs for Noragami Aragoto. Also included art six art cards and there's even space to put the Noragami season 1 Blu-ray (sold separately; released by Manga Entertainment) inside the box too!
On the discs themselves you'll find -
-- The complete series of Noragami Aragoto, 13 episodes in both English and original Japanese with subtitles.
-- Extras wise on the DVD version there are two versions of the Textless Opening song Kyoran Hey Kids!!, and three of the Closing song "Nirvana".
-- If you're getting the Blu-ray version, the same Textless Opening and Closing songs as on the DVD are included, but there are also Blu-ray exclusive extras. These being audio commentaries on episode 8 & 13, a video commentary on episode 6 and Promo Videos.
And here are photos of the finished product for you. You can click on the photos to enlarge them too. Continue Reading