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April 13, 2019 · 0 comments

Books: Shojo Across Media

Books: Shojo Across Media

By Jonathan Clements. Jaqueline Berndt, Kazumi Nagaike and Fusami Ogi’s new edited collection, Shojo Across Media: Exploring ‘Girl’ Practices in Contemporary Japan is another welcome addition to the expanding shelf of books specifically about Japanese popular culture aimed at female consumers. Among the high points, Akiko Sugawa-Shimada looks at girls in anime, specifically magical girls, […]

April 12, 2019 · 0 comments

Anime Limited acquires Kokkoku for UK home video release

Anime Limited acquires Kokkoku for UK home video release

With things hotting up and our line-up for the second quarter of this year really starting to come to fruition, we wanted to pause for a brief moment and take a look slightly further ahead to one of our forthcoming titles for Q3 2019 that we’ve been keeping under wraps until now. It is, however, a […]

April 10, 2019 · 0 comments

Castlevania

Castlevania

By Andrew Osmond. Shock news at full moon! Warren Ellis, the comics titan who scripted the acclaimed animated version of Castlevania, has never played a Castlevania game. But before you grab your stakes and pitchforks, here’s some more news: the adult cartoon’s producer and showrunner, Adi Shankar, is a massive fan of the games. Shankar […]

April 9, 2019 · 0 comments

Castlevania Season 1 – Available now for pre-order!

Castlevania Season 1 – Available now for pre-order!

A little while ago we caught some of you completely off-guard when we announced we would be bringing the first season of the hit Netflix animated series Castelvania to Blu-ray! We appreciate it’s been a bit of a wait for any more news on that, but the time for waiting is over as today we’re here […]

April 7, 2019 · 0 comments

K: Missing Kings

K: Missing Kings

By Meghan Ellis. You might remember K Project as the best skateboarding anime that’s not actually about skateboarding. Or for its gratuitous use of stained glass backgrounds and chromatic phenomena. But since the series and its associated projects are an exploration of how to tell a story in colour, this indulgence is something we can […]

April 4, 2019 · 0 comments

The Day Anime Changed

The Day Anime Changed

By Jonathan Clements. He knew that there would be trouble when the 10,000 giveaway posters ran out. The crowd was already way too large to fit into the Shochiku Cinema, and risked spilling out into the street to block the traffic near Shinjuku station. One misplaced surge, thought Yoshiyuki Tomino, and the press would be […]

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