Ian works as an anime and manga critic for Anime UK News, and was also the manga critic for MyM Magazine. Outside of anime, he is data specialist for the British Comedy Guide, is QI's most pedantic viewer, has written questions for both The Wall and Richard Osman's House of Games, and has been a contestant on Mastermind.
New anime releases this week: Bayonetta: Bloody Fate (Blu-Ray) (Manga Entertainment) RRP: £24.99 Buy from Amazon for £21.50 Bayonetta: Bloody Fate (DVD) (Manga Entertainment) RRP: £19.99 Buy from Amazon for £12.50 Blast of Tempest: Part 1 (DVD) (MVM Films) RRP: £24.99 Buy from Amazon for £17.75 Dragon Ball: Season 5 (DVD) (Manga Entertainment) RRP: £34.99 … Continued
New anime releases this week: Dragon Ball: Season 1 (DVD) (Manga Entertainment) RRP: £34.99 Buy from Amazon for £25.25 Hakuoki: OVA Collection – A Memory of Snow Flowers (DVD) (MVM Films) RRP: £19.99 Buy from Amazon for £12.50 K (Double Play) (Kaze) RRP: £39.99 Buy from Amazon for £28.75
“Being in the army is like being in the Boy Scouts, except that the Boy Scouts have adult supervision.”- Blake Clark. This second collection of episodes from the original series of Dragon Ball is pretty large, consisting of 29 episodes spread across what is considered to be two story arcs. However, it could be more … Continued
“Those who run to the apes to explain our behaviour are chuckle-heads too dumb to know their arse from a hole-in-the-ground.” – W. H. Auden. When Dragon Ball Z was released on DVD by Manga Entertainment in July 2012 there were four main reactions from people in the UK. The first was that of either … Continued
This review may contain spoilers. “It’s tough to make predictions – especially about the future.” – Yogi Berra Once again we recount the early adventures of Son Goku in this collection, as we conclude the story of the Red Ribbon Army and meet an elderly fortune teller (and not a fortune smeller). At this point … Continued