Following us previously offering the first five editions of the Japanese Gundam The Origin Blu-ray Collector's Edition [Export Version] sets, today we are excited to announce we will be offering fans in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Scandinavian territories the opportunity to order the next set in this series, MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM THE ORIGIN VI Rise of the Red Comet, 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 late July / early August 2018.) 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 VI Rise of the Red Comet set for the UK, Ireland and Scandinavian customers through our AllTheAnime.com web shop starting on Thursday 1st February - today at time of writing! NOTE: The deadline to pre-order this by Friday 11th May 2018. 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 until mid-July 2018, so we anticipate our stock to arrive following the Japanese release date in either late July / early August 2018 and shipping will commence as soon as possible following that. 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 6 Rise of the Red Comet】
January 23, Universal Century 0079. The battlefield has shifted to Loum, and a clash between the Zeon and Earth Federation fleets has begun in earnest. Char Aznable, a young ace pilot of the Zeon forces, earns fame for his remarkable feats at the controls of his red Zaku mobile suit, and becomes known as the "Red Comet."
After the fierce battle, as the Zeon and Federation sides take their places at the negotiating table, a certain declaration is transmitted throughout the world. Meanwhile, the Federation Forces launch "Operation V," their plan for a counterattack.
And a boy named Amuro Ray, living a peaceful life at Side 7, takes action on his own to investigate the mystery of the new weapon called "Gundam..."
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT (1st March 2018)
We regret to inform everyone that due to the severe adverse weather conditions affecting the local Glasgow area, the screening today has been cancelled. We offer our sincerest apologies for this but the safety of attendees is our highest priority.
-- All The Anime / Anime Ltd.
Last Wednesday, we revealed some massive news from the launch of the Glasgow Film Festival, where we unveiled our plans to host the International Premiere of Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms at the festival prior to the film receiving a full theatrical release across the UK and Ireland later in March 2018. However, that's not all we have to offer at this year's Glasgow Film Festival, as we're also bringing a unique event to Scotland during the course of the festival, the likes of which anime fans have never seen before.
With the third season of Attack on Titan on the horizon later this year, and the second season hitting the UK on home video from our friends at Funimation Entertainment in conjunctions with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, we wanted to bring you a big screen event like no other that is an absolute must for fans of the series!
Let's start with the simple part: Anime Limited will be bringing the latest recap film from the smash-hit franchise, Attack on Titan: The Roar of Awakening, to the big screen on February 21st March 2018, allowing you to relieve the twists, turns and shocking revelations of the show's second season with the full splendour of a big screen audio and video presentation in selected cinemas across the UK. You can currently book tickets to these screenings from the AllTheAnime.com cinema page.
But that's not all! On Thursday, 1st March 2018, we'll be presenting a very special screening of The Roar of Awakening in conjunction with the Glasgow Film Festival - not in a cinema, but at a top-secret Scottish location as part of an exclusive "Secret Cinema"-style event. Needless to say, the location we've chosen is a decidedly appropriate one that will make you feel like one of the Scout Regiment yourself, with drinks on-hand and a bag of free gifts for each and every attendee before the screening of the film.
Attendees will be collected and transported to the event from outside of the Glasgow Film Theatre at 5:30PM on the day, and returned to the same location by coach after the event has finished. You can find a full FAQ for the event with further details on the Glasgow Film Festival web site. Please note that the screening itself will be presented with Japanese audio and English subtitles.
Places at this unique event are very limited, with only 120 tickets available, so book early to avoid disappointment using the link below!
Tickets to the event are on sale now, so be sure to book your place today!
Japanese title: Shingeki no Kyojin: Kakusei no Houkou
Synopsis: "Escape the cages we call walls, and for one night only immerse yourself in the world of breakout hit anime franchise Attack on Titan at a top-secret location.
Join the ranks of the Survey Corps for the latest big screen outing complete, as The Roar of Awakening recounts events that see entirely new threats and a fresh Titan invasion test its members to their limits. With incredible action and shocking revelations aplenty, there’s no better way to witness the continuation of Attack on Titan’s dark and mysterious story."
We can't wait to join you at this once in a lifetime event, but if you can't make it to Glasgow, be sure to book tickets to see the film in a cinema near you!
Until next time, take care.
By Jasper Sharp.
As January brings its usual critics’ polls, award nominations and box-office rankings, the annual statistics review by the Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan (Eiren) of provides us with our traditional glimpse over the trends and developments of another year.
But with no domestic hard-hitters such as Your Name or a new offering from Studio Ghibli, there’s not much to shout about. The usual anime franchises that have dominated the top spots for over a decade continue their reign uncontested. The roll-call of the year’s highest-grossers show the usual faces: Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter at number one, followed by Doraemon the Movie: “Kachi-Kochi” Nobita’s Great Adventure in the Arctic at number two, Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! at number four, and Yo-kai Watch the Movie: A Whale of Two Worlds at number 7. All these films were distributed by Toho, which continue unabated to dominate Japan’s exhibition market. One can’t help but feel an overwhelming sense of déjà vu, compounded by the fact that the year also saw Hayao Miyazaki announcing he’s coming out of retirement (again) for just one last film. Continue Reading
You've watched and loved it in the cinema (perhaps even in IMAX!), you've relived your enjoyment of it on home video courtesy of our DVD and Blu-ray releases, and as of today we're thrilled to announce that you can now catch Makoto Shinkai's smash hit film Your Name on a plethora of popular video on demand services for UK viewers. In short, it's the perfect way to ensure that you can watch Your Name wherever you go and no matter where you are, whether it's at home or on the move.
From today, Monday 29th January, you can now find the film to enjoy in both English dubbed or Japanese audio with English subtitled forms, with the services listed below offering the movie to be purchased and viewed at your leisure. We've also provided links to the film on each service wherever possible below.
- PlayStation Video
Japanese audio with English subtitles:
- PlayStation Video
We're sure that we don't need to tell you any more about Your Name at this juncture, but just in case you've somehow missed all of the buzz around the movie here's the English dub trailer for your perusal.
Now that you have even fewer excuses not to catch Your Name, we'll leave you to enjoy the film!
Until next time, take care.
Can you believe we've already reached the end of the first month of 2018? And in a weird sort of way that timing makes our new release for this week somewhat appropriate as it's the final volume of the Fairy Tail series that arrives on DVD.
It's been a long road for Fairy Tail fans in the UK to get to this point, but we hope you're happy (not the character...) that you've finally been able to complete your collection of the series in some form after a prolonged period of time where there were no releases of them at all. Once we revealed we would be distributing the remainder of the series on DVD for Funimation, we've heard from so many fans expressing their delight at this. It's been an absolute pleasure to fill the void that was left for many fans wanting to complete their collection.
It's also worth noting though that there is still another Fairy Tail release from us to come in 2018, as we'll be bringing the movie Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry to Blu-ray and DVD. No further details on that to share at this time, but stay tuned and once all is locked in we'll be sure to share the info.
But anyway, let's get back onto the regular format for these New Release posts. Read on below for details.
BBFC CERT.: 12
Language: English, Japanese with English subtitles.
Synopsis: "With the battle of Tartaros still raging on, the wizards of Fairy Tail may have finally met their match. The threat of three thousand Faces hangs over them, and the power of the Demon Gates takes their breath away when they reveal their true Etherious Forms.
Right when things begin to look up, an even bigger threat appears-Acnologia! Beaten and exhausted, can the wizards find the strength to take on Tartaros and this monstrous dragon? When the fire inside Natsu erupts, he will have a startling and unexpected reunion. But the time for catching up and seeking answers will have to wait-E.N.D. and the ready-to-detonate Faces are moments from destroying the magical world as they know it!
The final battle for the magical world happens now!
Includes episodes 253-265 in English and original Japanese with English subtitles."
*Note: This is a Funimation title being distributed by Anime Ltd. / All The Anime
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And that concludes this post! A quick reminder that next week sees the release of Grimgar: Ashes and Illusions. You can see a full unboxing for our release HERE.