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UKA Release Calendar

UKA Release Calendar


All incoming Anime & Manga releases listed.


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UK ANIME NETWORK ARTICLES

More Heroes and Heroines

Varied, beautiful and endlessly fun to dip into over a brew, this is a coffee-table tome par excellence. One for any fan of our medium.

Maria The Virgin Witch Vol. 1

Maria's brand of righteous justice, passion and plain talking make for one of the freshest manga series of 2015. I dare any other book to top it.

Anime Encyclopedia, The - 3rd Edition

Its format and writings arguably struggle to keep up with the latest anime compared to other sources, but taken as a whole The Anime Encyclopedia remains an impressively exhaustive work that entertains as readily as it informs.

Your Lie in April

A visually beautiful series packed to the rafters with heart to ensure that it's funny and touching in equal measure.

Kill la Kill - Part 2 (Collector's Edition)

Kill la Kill at its best is fun fun fun, and Kill la Kill at its best is exactly what we find contained within this release.

Tale of the Princess Kaguya, The (Theatrical screening)

Unique visuals match a strong story that is beautifully told, making this another must-see Studio Ghibli film.

Dragonball XenoVerse (PS4)

A game very much of two halves, with one significantly better than the other.

Hana Mutou Nendoroid

Another great release for the highly popular line - Captain Earth fans won’t be disappointed.

Sakura Angels

A very simple and short visual novel that doesn't provide enough of a story - or anything else - for it to be memorable.

Grandmaster, The

Available only in its international version, this diet version of Wong Kar-wai's The Grandmaster is unlikely to satisfy your cravings for his particular brand of romantic melancholy, but does at least offer some aesthetic pleasures.

Kingdom of Dreams and Madness, The

A wonderful insight into the world of Studio Ghibli

Coming Home

A slightly syrupy and politically restrained melodrama, Coming Home ultimately fails to connect with its subject matter but turns in interesting performances and polished direction.
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