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By day, I work in the television industry. By night, I'm a writer for Anime UK News. Twitter: @lilithdarkstorm

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Manga Series that Deserve a Sequel
Opinion

Manga Series that Deserve a Sequel

Manga Series that Deserve a Sequel
There have been many popular manga series that have received sequels, from Cardcaptor Sakura to Death Note - but which series deserve to get a sequel next? The Anime UK News staff share their thoughts...
AUKN Staff • 8th May 2020
The Best Anime Soundtracks to Help You Work From Home
Opinion

The Best Anime Soundtracks to Help You Work From Home

The Best Anime Soundtracks to Help You Work From Home
There are many guides and tips on how to work from home effectively and professionally, but Anime UK News is here to offer a different kind of help. So, grab your noise-cancelling headphones, your working laptop, and load up your chosen streaming music service, because Anime UK News has a few anime soundtracks to recommend.
AUKN Staff • 1st May 2020
Penguin Highway Review
Film Review

Penguin Highway Review

Penguin Highway Review
If you love the surreal nature of Masaaki Yuasa’s work and the more whimsical nature of Studio Ghibli or Makoto Shinkai, then you’ll likely find a lot to love about Penguin Highway.
• 6th March 2020
Get in the Netflix!  A look back (and forward) at Evangelion.
Features

Get in the Netflix! A look back (and forward) at Evangelion.

Get in the Netflix!  A look back (and forward) at Evangelion.
As streaming giants Netflix prepare to put Evangelion back out there for a whole new generation of fans, we here at Anime UK News thought it was a good chance to reflect on Eva, hopefully provide some words of explanation for newcomers and also offer some personal thoughts on what the show has meant to us over the years.
AUKN Staff • 23rd June 2019
Ring: 20th Anniversary Screening Review
Film Review

Ring: 20th Anniversary Screening Review

Ring: 20th Anniversary Screening Review
Luckily, the outdated technology of VCRs and square TVs are not the most horrific scare of this movie; Ring is the epitome of slow-burn horror with its 20th anniversary screening being a delightful reminder of why it was such a big hit back then.
• 23rd February 2019