More Delays Affect Upcoming Releases from Manga Entertainment for Q2 2020 Schedule

The global situation had affected a number of businesses and while some have been able to release their titles without too much hassle, distributor Manga Entertainment has announced that as of Friday 15th May 2020, more of their upcoming anime titles will be delayed due to reasons beyond their control.

Most of the anime scheduled will be pushed back by a week, but there are some that were moved a few weeks later than originally planned. The delays do include the limited edition variations when available for specific shows. The list below are the titles affected:

1st June:

Black Clover: Season 2 Part 2
Originally scheduled for 25th May (1 week pushback)

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations: Set 3
Originally scheduled for 25th May (1 week pushback)

RADIANT: Season 1 Part 2
(includes both Limited & Standard Editions)

Originally scheduled for 25th May (1 week pushback)

8th June:

The Rising of the Shield Hero: Season 1 Part 1
(includes both Limited & Standard Editions)

Originally scheduled for 1st June (1 week pushback)

22nd June:

Demon Lord, Retry!
Originally scheduled for 8th June (2 weeks pushback)

Heroic Age
Originally scheduled for 15th June (1 week pushback)

29th June:

Black Clover: Season 1
Originally scheduled for 8th June (3 weeks pushback)

Fairy Tail: Collection 3 (Blu-ray)
Originally scheduled for 1st June (4 weeks pushback)

The Rising of the Shield Hero: Season 1 Part 2
(includes both Limited & Standard Editions)

Originally scheduled for 1st June (4 weeks pushback)

Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2199
Originally scheduled for 1st June (4 weeks pushback)

6th July:

Mob Psycho 100 II
(includes both Limited & Standard Editions)

Originally scheduled for 15th June (3 weeks pushback)

13th July:

Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2202: Part 1
Originally scheduled for 29th June (2 weeks pushback)

17th August:

Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2202: Part 2
Originally scheduled for 27th July (3 weeks pushback)

5th October:

My Hero Academia: Season 2
Originally scheduled for 21st September (2 weeks pushback)

You can view the remainder of the release schedule over on Manga Entertainment’s official page.


Source: Manga Entertainment

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