Roxy Simons is here to save the day…
If you could turn back time and stop an unforgivable tragedy from happening, wouldn't you? Blessed with an unexplained ability he dubs “Revival”, Satoru Fujinuma often finds himself travelling five minutes into the past when something wrong is about to happen and he needs to fix it.
Where this capability stems from is unclear, but it seems linked to the death of his classmate Kayo Hinazuki in 1988. Although his memories of that time are hazy, Fujinuma still feels a sense of responsibility for not offering to walk her home on the day of her disappearance, and this sense of guilt can still be felt in his adult life 18 years later. He lacks purpose, and any motivation he may have had as a child is now stilted.
A spark ignites in Fujinuma when his mother reminds him of that dark year when three children were taken and murdered over the course of a few days. Although the police believe they caught the right man, he is convinced that the accused is innocent. When one of his “Revival’s” leads his mother to discover the true killer’s identity, and then pay the price for it, Fujinuma finds himself thrown back into his 11-year-old body days before Kayo’s death. In order to save his mother, he must first save her. What follows is an intense and emotional murder mystery. Continue Reading
By Andy Hanley.
We all need to get away from the bustle of our everyday lives sometimes – maybe it’s simply to recharge batteries and creative energy… or maybe we’ve just punched an old man whose been critical of our work.
It’s this latter case which sees young professional calligrapher Seishuu Handa exiled to the sticks. When an elderly curator calls his work unoriginal, it causes his temper to flare to such a degree that the poor old man is sent crashing to the ground, walking stick and all. With his entire career on the line following this outrageous outburst, Handa is shipped out to one of the remote Goto Islands off the coast of Kyushu, to give him an opportunity to reflect on his current state of mind. Continue Reading
It's been a long time coming but in just over a week (Monday 7th August) you will finally be able to add Part 1 of the series ERASED to your anime collection! Today we are very happy to bring you an unboxing of what to expect in both our Ltd Collector's Edition Blu-ray+DVD and standard DVD releases of this.
If you're at MCM Manchester Comic Con this weekend (29-30th July) we have limited copies available at our AllTheAnime stall! Don't forget that you can pre-order your copy from the likes of Amazon UK, Zavvi, Anime-on-Line and even our own AllTheAnime.com web shop right now!
Synopsis: "I'm gonna do what I didn't the first time to change everything!
Erased is a sci-fi thriller series based on the award winning manga series (2014 Manga Taisho Award) by Kei Sanbe. The dream production staff includes director Tomohiko Ito (Sword Art Online), character designer Keigo Sasaki (Blue Exorcist), composer Yuki Kajiura (Sword Art Online, Fate/Zero, Madoka Magica), and animation studio A-1 Pictures (Sword Art Online, Your lie in April, Blue Exorcist).
29-year old Satoru Fujinuma is a struggling manga artist who works part time as a pizza delivery man. But he has a secret ability which he names Revival. This ability allows Satoru to go back in time to prevent life-threatening incidents from happening.
Now a series of tragic incidents are unfolding before Satorus eyes and they may change his life forever."
Check out the trailer for series below -
Our Limited Collector's Edition Blu-ray+DVD set comes in a rigid case with a soft touch finish, giving it a unique texture and feel. Inside that you will find a digipack to store both the Blu-ray and DVD discs along with a mammoth 92-page booklet that is packed to the brim with reading material to make it the perfect companion to the episodes included on this release.
On the discs themselves you'll find -
Episodes 1-6 of ERASED in both English and original Japanese with English subtitles.
On disc extras include Audio Commentaries for episodes 1 & 6, trailer collection and textless opening and ending title sequences.
In the 92-page booklet you will find -
And now for photos of the finished product itself. You can click on the images to enlarge them too! Continue Reading
So, let's get straight to a fact here: the majority of the team is knackered and probably not all there. It's been one of those weeks - not to mention that most of the team were loading a van bound for MCM Manchester Comic Con this weekend - so if it feels like we might not be our usual chirpy selves that might be why. But that doesn't stop us Jeremy, Jessica (for a short time), Andrew, Kat, Keith and for the first-time our events manager Chris from bringing you about 40 minutes of chatter.
Chatter on the show week including the fact we (and Kat - as she's in the comic village representing her awesome art) at MCM Manchester Comic Con this weekend, seagulls, snap chat, the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist promotional posters, the Death Note live-action trailer and perhaps mentions (and possible updates) on the following anime in no particular order: Space Dandy, Death Parade, idol anime in general, Lupin the 3rd, Eureka Seven, Fairy Tail Dragon Cry.
Plus, perhaps the most important question that will ever be asked is brought to the table! What is it? You’ll have to listen to find out!
A fun podcast as always! We hope you enjoy listening to it and we'll be back next Friday with another episode for you. We'll be putting out the call for questions on our social media channels early next week, so stay tuned!
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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By Paul Browne.
With the world under the threat from the mysterious Penguin Empire, it’s up to secret organisation Prince Beauty Parlour and their giant robot Daimidaler to stop the Empire in its tracks. The imposing Daimidaler combats the mecha menaces that the Penguin Empire throws against the world. The only snag is finding the right ‘Factors’ (or pilots) to take Daimidaler into battle. It’s a problem that vexes Prince member Kyoko Sonan, until high school student Koichi Madanbashi arrives.