We look for some Sunshine in the new Love Live, check for mirages in Tokyo, and of course talk about the bevy of news from Anime Expo in Los Angeles for our latest live show. Oh, and we get just a little excited about Martian Successor Nadesico into the bargain.
The spring season is over, and it sprung plenty of pleasant surprises upon us. Elliot and Andy take refuse from the outside world to think happy thoughts and talk about the highlights of the spring anime season.
As well as checking out the fourth and final volume of Sword Art Online II in full, we also go nuts and check out the full set of Anime Limited Collector's Edition UK releases of the series to see how they shape up in their entirety.
Nobody likes a parasite, but when it comes to Parasyte it's a different story - we've nabbed an early copy of Animatsu Entertainment's Deluxe Edition release of Parasyte -the maxim-'s first volume to check it out.
Table tennis might not typically be a sport you'd describe as "intense" or "surreal", but that's only if you haven't seen ping pong as seen through the lens of director Masaaki Yuasa yet...
Video games! You love them, we love them, and last week's annual E3 event gives us ample opportunity to shoot game about... well, games.
It's time once again for us to muse on µ's, as we look at the final retail Limited Edition release of Love Live's second season on Blu-ray. We also take a sneaky quick look at the Season 1 Collector's Edition on Blu-ray into the bargain.
It's been a year of seismic shifts for the UK anime industry with plenty more seemingly to come. We sat down with the president of Anime Limited, Andrew Partridge, at the May 2016 MCM London Comic Con to get the in-depth lowdown on what's afoot.
Show us Totoro's Travels and win a Studio Ghibli DVD back catalogue and limited edition When Marnie Was There merchandise.
Boys and bikes, boys and beasts, girls who like boys and boys who like girls and girls who like girls... love is in the air, at least until we start talking about the anime industry.
From animation software development to directing anime - the career of Michael Arias is a hugely varied one filled with notable achievements. We sat down to talk about this career with the director of Harmony himself at May's MCM London Comic Con, and the result is this mammoth interview.