Scotland Loves Anime 2021 Roundup Part 1 – Films In Competition
Still Shiny by the Final Episode? Spring Overview 2021 Part 1: New Series
What’s Worth Watching This Spring? Spring 2021 Preview
Winter Overview 2021 Part 2: The Shock of the New!
Eureka Seven: Hi-Evolution Anemone Review
Humble and Kodansha Offer Award Winning Manga in Bundle
Announcing the Anime UK News Readers’ Choice Awards 2019 Winners!
Summer Season 2019 – Writers at Anime UK News Take a First Look
Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution 1 Review
Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution Film 1 has a lot going for it with us finally getting the prologue to it all: the events of "The Summer of Love". And while this segment is done very well, the rest of the film, with its lack of coherent storytelling hurts what could have been something special. It has such a magical soundtrack that tells the story better than what you see, and leaves you wishing that perhaps they could have made the prologue the entire film, or at least an OVA, and left the content from the TV series alone.
Interview with Shouji Gatou
During the MCM Comic-con Event back on the 25th - 27th of May, Anime Limited brought over their Anime Guest of Honour, Shouji Gatou to talk about and promote Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory - the latest series in the franchise after 13 years. Shouji Gatou is known for writing the original novels for Full Metal Panic!, Amagi Brilliant Park, and for working on the screenplay for Hyouka, amongst others. We get the chance to sit down and have a chat with Gatou-san around his works.
Spring Season 2018 – the Anime UK News Team Take a First Look
Nakama Britannica Podcast Live Stream – Sunday 22nd @ 3pm
Nakama Britannica Episode 24 – Scotland Loves Anime 2017
Eureka Seven: Hi-Evolution Movie 1 Review
Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution Film 1 had a lot going for it with it finally giving us the prologue to it all, the events of "The Summer of Love". And while this segment is done so very well, the rest of the film with its lack of coherent storytelling hurts what could have been something special. It leaves you wishing that perhaps they made the prologue the entire film, or at least an OVA, and left the content from the TV series alone.
Nakama Britannica Episode 23 – HIDIVE into the 80’s (and 70’s)
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc: Berserk: The Golden Age Arc III: The Advent
I had a lot of concerns going into the final film of this trilogy, most of which came from my fear of there being missing content everywhere from the manga, a concern I found dissipated quite swiftly…
Podcast XVI: False FLAG
It’s come to our attention that we don’t talk about mecha shows very often. Arguably, this isn’t helping
This episode is dedicated to Ryosuke Takahashi’s FLAG, the…
Podcast XV – “Is Shinkai Boring?”
Kick off your shoes, it’s time to talk Makoto Shinkai!
Following on from the European Premiere at Scotland Loves Anime 2013, we’re devoting an episode to Shinkai’s latest…
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc: Berserk: The Golden Age Arc II: The Battle for Doldrey
After a quick set of flashbacks to remind you of the events from the first film, The Battle of Doldrey wastes no time in getting straight back into the action. Flying heads are everywhere as you’d…