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"Kiddy Grade Complete Series (UK Edition)": Makes The Grade

Kiddy Grade is a 24-episode sci-fi series. In the future mankind has expanded to the stars and colonised hundreds of worlds via terraforming. Of course, a new frontier brings with it a new wave of crime, which has begotten GOTT, a government agency established to directly oversee the legalisation of commercial business. Whilst the public […]

"Mardock Scramble: The First Compression (UK Edition)": When You Stare Into The Abyss, The Abyss Stares Back Into You.

Rune-Balot is a 15-year-old prostitute who has the misfortune of becoming attached to Shell, a professional gambler who systematically kills ideal women as part of a process designed to turn them into diamonds. Balot is barely saved from this fate by a pair of legal agents, Dr. Easter, and his creation, Oeufcoque, a genetically engineered […]

"Naruto Shippuden The Movie 2: Bonds (UK Edition)": That's MY Way Of The Ninja!

Naruto is a series I have an odd off-again, on-again relationship with. I’d been following it since just shortly before its massive push in America. A lot had happened in the story by that point, so right as a bunch of new fans were getting interested, my own interest was on the decline. I continue […]

"Fairy Tail Part 1 (UK Edition)": Guilded Love

Fairy Tail is set in an alternate reality where magic is a very real commodity, sold, traded and used by wizards for various tasks. The wizards themselves are grouped into various guilds, and one of the most infamous is Fairy Tail, famed for having completed a great number of quests and slaying a great number […]

PR: Dragon Ball Z DVD Sets To Be Released by Manga Entertainment UK

DRAGON BALL Z SERIES ONE “A pure expression of everything that’s great about anime.” – Escapist Magazine. Comes to DVD on 2nd July 2012 DRAGON BALL Z SERIES ONE (cert.12)will released on DVD (£34.99) by Manga Entertainment on 2nd July 2012. Manga Entertainment will release all 291 episodes across nine season box sets starting on […]

"Gundam AGE Limited Edition Blu-ray Volume 1": This Is the AGE of 'Are These Prices Serious?'

It’s become the tradition now for new Gundam series to appear roughly every two to three years. In contrast to the high turnover rate of the 90s, this gives fans a bit of breathing space between the big pushes. The previous series, Gundam 00, acquitted itself well, but seemingly failed to become a long term […]

"Tekken: Blood Vengeance" (UK Edition): And You Thought Your Family Reunions Were Awkward

An honest admission- I have never played Tekken. The series began in the glory days of the original Playstation, at a time when I lacked financial independence and was told there was no need to upgrade from my sturdy but now quite outdated Mega Drive. Since then I have advanced to owning both a Playstation […]

Allspark.com 2012 Charity Drive for Hasbro Children's Hospital

The Transformers fansite Allspark.com is hosting their third annual charity drive for the Hasbro Children’s Hospital. Originally started in 2010 in order to win a rare Toy Fair brochure for the reference of all fans, donations to the effort exceeded the needed amount and led to the start of the charity drive with the brochure […]

"Ben 10/Generator Rex: Heroes United": Brothers From Different Mothers

Ben 10 in its various forms (no pun intended) has been a hit for Cartoon Network for the last decade. However, original creators Man of Action were not involved with the two sequel series and instead came back with a different series: Generator Rex. Of course this has caused any number of fan debates, with […]

"The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya Volume 2 (UK Edition)": I Like Little Girls

In my review of the Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Season 2, I commented on the parody shorts which had been included as an extra. My one concern though was that both series were incomplete, running only half their respective episodes. Where were the rest and would we see them released? Well rejoice, for the remainder […]

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