“Spirited Away” and “The Cat Returns” Come to Blu-ray on June 16, 2015

by Ed Liuon April 1, 2015
Disney Presents Two Beloved Films from the Acclaimed Studio Ghibli Available for the First Time on Blu-ray™ Hayao Miyazaki’s Oscar®-Winning Masterpiece SPIRITED AWAY The Enchanting Fantasy Adventure THE CAT RETURNS Experience these Magical Adventures Like Never Before on Blu-ray Combo Pack June 16, 2015 SPIRITED AWAY: Synopsis: From Hayao Miyazaki, one of the most celebrated […]
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Sony Picture Acquires “Robotech” License; Plans Live-Action Feature

by Ed Liuon March 26, 2015
Variety reports that Sony Pictures has secured rights to the Robotech franchise, with an eye to moving quickly to a live-action feature film adaptation. The project will be overseen at Sony Pictures by Sony Pictures Entertainment Group President Doug Belgrad, Columbia Pictures Production Chief Michael De Luca, and Sony Pictures Vice President of Creative Production […]


Ooo Royalty Hynden Walch To Appear At MCM May London Comic Con 2015

by Grant Whiteon March 25, 2015
Following on from her appearance at the Belfast event earlier that month, voice actress Hynden Walch will be appearing at the first MCM London Comic Con of 2015 due to be held May 22nd-24th at the ExCel Centre in the capital. Walch is most famous for voicing Candy Kingdom monarch Princess Bubblegum in Cartoon Network’s […]

Anime Limited Obtains UK and EU Rights To “Seraph of the End”

by Grant Whiteon March 18, 2015
Seraph of the End Coming April 2015 Seraph Of The End – Simulcast Preview [] from All the Anime on Vimeo. Glasgow, UK March 18, 2015 –  Anime Limited are pleased to announce the rights to Seraph of the End for the UK, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man, France, Benelux, Monaco, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, […]

Bayonetta: Bloody Fate

Review: “Bayonetta: Bloody Fate” Bloody Good Times?

by Chad Boninon March 17, 2015
Bayonetta is the most butt-kicking nun you’ll ever meet. A witch who’s so ready to blow apart the world, she features guns in her shoes and a world of magic in her hair. When a mysterious child is dropped into her lap, the fate of the world lies in her magic hands. Is her own […]


FUNimation Announces “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F”, Movie to Premiere in Los Angeles April 11

by Todd DuBoison March 15, 2015
FUNimation Entertainment announced today that it has licensed Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F (a.k.a. Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no F), the 15th and newest Dragon Ball Z movie and the 19th Dragon Ball feature film. The “F” in the title is a reference to the malevolent villain Frieza, who is brought back to life by the Dragon […]

Review: “The Anime Encyclopedia Third Edition”

by Todd DuBoison March 13, 2015
Many animation-related books exist, but the newly released third edition of The Anime Encyclopedia is an example of tremendous ambition successfully realized by British authors Helen McCarthy and Jonathan Clements. Within its pages lies an account of the totality of modern Japanese animation, ranging from its infancy in the 20th century all the way to […]

Space Dandy

Review: “Space Dandy: Season One BooBies Edition” Has Dandy Boobies

by Chad Boninon March 9, 2015
He’s a dandy guy in space. Really, that’s all you need to know going into Space Dandy, the latest psychotrophic animated series from the brilliant minds behind Cowboy Bebop (Shinichiro Watanabe) and a host of other amazing shows. It’s an exploration of what’s possible in animation when you don’t have to worry (too much, at […]

Review: “Space Dandy: Season One Aloha Oe Edition” Goes With the Flow, Baby

by Neo Yion March 9, 2015
In the depths of space lies the man with the to-die-for pompadour. His name is Space Dandy; he’s a dandy in space. As an alien hunter, Dandy scans the far reaches of the galaxy to capture exotic, unknown species for registry in exchange for money. But as determined as he is, Dandy would rather relax […]