By Andy Hanley.
Assuming you’ve made it through to the end of Keiji Gotoh’s Assassination Classroom’s first series in one piece, you’d be forgiven for needing some time to regain your composure after the tumultuous events that closed it.
Having seen the octopus-like alien Koro-sensei come close to defeat at the hands of his students, and with Class 3-E almost coming a cropper at the hands of some particularly nefarious assassins, season two continues their summer holiday on an Okinawan island, with the pressure of those incidents now behind them. However there are still new challenges to find on these sunny beaches, as love is in the air, and it’s coming from a most unexpected individual… Continue Reading
It's time for another episode of the Anime Limited / AllTheAnime Podcast!
On this episode join Jeremy, Andrew Kerry, Keith and Jessica as they discuss a variety of topics relating to anime and not, in a nice light-hearted, chilled out hour of talk to wrap-up your week.
Topics covered (but not limited to) include some brief thoughts on happenings in the world of video games following E3, the recently announced Cowboy Bebop live-action TV series, the 'classic' 90210 TV series, some brief talk why Macross hasn't been released in the United Kingdom, anime releases we're most proud of, updates on a few of our upcoming titles and more!
And of course, we reveal what we'll be watching to discuss on the show next week, following our call for suggestions on the last episode.
A fun podcast as always! We hope you enjoy listening to it and we'll be back next Friday with another episode for you!
NOTE: As always please note this podcast contains strong language and any views expressed by individuals in this podcast do not reflect those of Anime Limited.
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Following us previously offering the first four editions of the Japanese Gundam The Origin Blu-ray Collector's Edition [Export Version] set, today we are excited to announce we will be offering fans in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Scandinavian territories the opportunity to order the upcoming fifth set in this series, MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM THE ORIGIN V Clash at Loum, this set direct from our AllTheAnime.com web shop!
As was the case before, this pre-order scheme at our AllTheAnime.com web shop in conjunction with Bandai Visual allows UK, Ireland and Scandinavian fans the chance to pre-order this upcoming release knowing that it will be sent from our offices here in the UK (once stock arrives – expected November 2017.) Though please note this is a Japanese product. Though the main feature itself will include the English language dub and English subtitles to accompany the original Japanese audio, any additional features on the disc itself and/or the physical items included in the package itself will be in Japanese only.
We (Anime Limited) will be taking pre-orders for this MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM THE ORIGIN V Clash at Loum set for the UK, Ireland and Scandinavian customers through our AllTheAnime.com web shop starting on Monday 19th June 2017. NOTE: The deadline to pre-order this by Thursday 14th September 2017. After the deadline has passed we will not accept any more orders for this product. Though unlikely, should there be any additional units available following fulfilment of all orders, they will be made available to order through our AllTheAnime.com web shop on a first-come first-served basis.
The product itself isn’t released in Japan mid-November 2017, so we anticipate our stock to arrive following the Japanese release date. We anticipate order for this to be shipping in late November/early December 2017. Obviously if our allocation arrives earlier than that we will work to fulfil pre-orders sooner :)
Please read on below for details on what you can expect with this product.
Synopsis: 【Episode 5 Clash at Loum】
Universal Century 0079. Humanity has turned even space itself into a battlefield, and the Principality of Zeon
forces advance after wiping out half the world's population by carrying out the Operation British (colony drop). In
response, the Earth Federation Forces mobilize their overwhelming fighting strength to regain the advantage.
The complex intrigues of the Zabi family... Sayla Mass, as she contends with the whims of fate... Hamon and
Ramba Ral, who is now a pilot in the Zeon forces... Amuro and Fraw, leading peaceful lives at Side 7... a dark
shadow falls across them all.
And the Zeon ace Char Aznable, driven by revenge, goes into action as the "Battle of Loum" finally begins.
By Shelley Pallis.
Yato is a god. But Yato is such a minor god that he doesn’t even have a shrine to his name. He supposedly rules over Calamity, but hardly anyone has even heard of him. Even his Regalia, the magical artefact that contains the essence of his powers, has taken to arguing with him. Desperate for worshippers, or devotees, or even just plain attention in a world that has largely given up on religion, Yato advertises his services as an odd job man. He’ll do almost anything, within reason, as long as he gets a donation. He’s a Stray God… a Noragami. Continue Reading
By Andrew Osmond.
It’s been about two decades since the birth of MMORPGs – that’s Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games, for anyone who doesn’t know. Hollywood has seen these monster Middle Earths both as a threat – they’re among the greatest media rivals to the movies – and as a property to exploit; witness last year’s divisive Warcraft film. Over in Japan, MMORPGs have inspired a whole anime sub-genre, with a Tron tendency to put players in gamelike worlds, led by Sword Art Online.
But there are loads of other ways to adapt MMORPGs to anime, and Overlord rings changes on the SAO template. First, it centres on just one character from our world, Momonga. We learn next to nothing about his non-fantasy life – just that he had no offline family or friends, and cared nothing for his job. Whereas most Sword Art Online-type shows have at least a glimpse of the boring “real” world, Overlord starts immersed in fantasy, and fantasy is where it stays. Continue Reading