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Gamescom 2017: Attack On Titan 2 Announced By Koei

by Peter Paltridgeon August 21, 2017
Did you assume we’d seen the last of Eren and Mikasa on the PS4? It’s hard to keep them down. Can Koei’s Attack On Titan 2 reach the heights of the muscular monstrosities themselves? Last year Koei released the first Attack On Titan game for modern consoles, and soon they’ll be putting out a sequel […]
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Attack On Titan Will Get A Third Season In 2018

by Peter Paltridgeon June 19, 2017
Attack On Titan aired the last episode of its second season in Japan on Saturday, and at the very end of the broadcast, viewers were treated to a teaser announcing a third season was in production. The subbed anime is also simulcast on Crunchyroll and Funimation’s streaming service, and American viewers got the same trailer. […]

Toonzone Podcast Episode 11

by Eileen Cruzon February 3, 2017
It’s the first Toonzone Podcast of 2017 and we’re talking about anime! This episode is hosted by Todd “GWOtaku” DuBois. The podcast panel includes Keith “John Crichton” Hayward, Mackenzie “Macattack” Haa and Eileen “Harley” Cruz. We discuss how we became interested in the genre and talk about our favorite anime and anime news from 2016. […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2016 – Tamashii Nations / Bandai UK Booth Images

by Grant Whiteon June 1, 2016
Bandai have become a recurring staple of MCM London, with toy collectors like myself serviced by the existing UK branch offering collector items from the ever popular Power Rangers in addition to Banpresto while Tamashii Nations offer a range of figurines and accessories from their namesake in Japan. Although previously we’d seen a push for […]

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Attack On Titan Season 2 May Not Come Out In 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon May 12, 2016
The first season of Attack On Titan premiered in 2013 in Japan and became instantly popular around the globe. It’s set in a world where the remainder of humanity must fight for survival against the onslaught of Titans, gigantic humanoid monsters that roam around mindlessly looking for people to snack on. Toonami aired the dubbed […]

Wit Studio’s Kotomi Deai and Hiroshi Shimizu to Attend MCM Scotland Comic Con

by Grant Whiteon September 8, 2015
Director Kotomi Deai (The Rolling Girls, Silver Spoon, Kids on the Slope) and animator Hiroshi Shimizu (Porco Rosso, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Space Dandy), both attached to Wit Studio (Attack on Titan, Hal and The Rolling Girls itself), will be in attendance at MCM Scotland Comic Con to be held 26-27th September at the SECC in Glasgow. […]

Anime Limited Announce Return Of “Mobile Suit Gundam” Franchise To UK With Blu-ray Releases

by Grant Whiteon July 26, 2015
UK Anime Network News have provided round ups of announcements for both Anime Limited and Manga Entertainment/Animatsu at this past weekend’s MCM Manchester Comic Con. Chief among these is that Anime Limited will be bringing Gundam back to the UK in an arrangement similar to that of Right Stuf in America. The first title planned […]

The Titans Attack In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon May 14, 2015
This week in the Nintendo Download, the Attack on Titan game Humanity in Chains reaches Western shores. Take control of Eren, Mikasa and the rest of the Scout Regiment on your 3DS as you defend mankind’s last stronghold from freakish giants with a taste for human meat. New Super Mario Bros. becomes the latest DS […]

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 [AllTheAnime.com] 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, […]

Review: “Hal DVD/Blu-ray Combi (UK Edition)”: Do Androids Dream Of Human Girlfriends?

by Grant Whiteon October 26, 2014
I first became aware of Wit Studio’s Hal last year, shortly after its Japanese premiere. Just a few months later I got a chance to talk to director Ryotaro Makihara, which only whet my curiosity about the film further. Just shy of a year later I am finally able to sample the film itself. Was […]