It's a series we know a lot of you have experienced, but there are also many of you haven't had seen the super-powered hijinks that ensues in Charlotte.
Which is why we're delighted to be making the series written by Jun Maeda (Clannad, Angel Beats!) available as a complete series Blu-ray for first-time in the UK!
You'll be able to add this to your collection from 12th April!
Today we'll be giving you a look at what to expect from this collection!
(At time of writing) we're having a special pre-order offer on this at our shop. So if you're interested in adding this to your collection, be sure to visit our shop HERE and order your copy.
By Jonathan Clements.
The accident-prone Masayoshi Yamazaki always seems to be able to fail upwards, starting with the moment in 1991 when the twenty-year-old musician showed up to the wrong audition. Not realising it was not the same company as Kitty Records, he took his guitar along to an open call for Kitty Films, marching out onto the stage and belting out two self-penned songs to a group of baffled casting directors. It was, he was told, a fantastic and winning audition for a singer, but they were looking for actors.
It's been a while since we last discussed our Ultimate Edition release of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED.
Originally planned for release at the tail end of 2020, this unfortunately had to pushed back while we waited for new discs masters that needed to be created.
Since then things have progressed swimmingly and we're now at a stage where we can give you a full rundown of what will be included in this set!
We had previously only discussed some of the planned contents. Get ready to know everything to expect within this Ultimate Edition.
Before proceeding please take note that there is an F.A.Q. section at the conclusion of this post, so if you have any questions please do give that a read first as your question may be answered there!
May 31st 2021.
That's when you can expect this mammoth release be available, with pre-orders re-opening at our AllTheAnime.com shop on Friday 9th April. (More on that further below.)
By Callum May.
Adapting video games into anime is a challenge. In fact, when the producer and director of Persona5 the Animation stepped into Los Angeles’ Anime Expo in 2018, they were asked how they overcame that challenge during at least five separate interviews.
This is something that was on the anime team’s minds from the very beginning. Even when playing Persona5 for the first time, producer Kazuki Adachi admitted to asking himself how many episodes it would take to conclude the whole story. While play-times vary, most people, myself included, end up spending over 100 hours battling the crooks of society, fusing demons, and eating burgers with your cat. To say that the anime staff were concerned would be an understatement.
By Gianni Simone.
For a very long time, and with just a few exceptions, foreign comic fans could only read Yoshiharu Tsuge’s stories in Japanese. The avant-garde artist, whose work became increasingly surreal and/or autobiographical in the heyday of arthouse manga, was often mentioned in manga histories, but rarely appreciated. However, English translations are finally coming out, published Drawn & Quarterly, covering Tsuge’s complete works between 1965 and 1987. It took about ten years to convince Tsuge to give his approval to these translations.