UKA Release Calendar

UKA Release Calendar


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MVM Entertainment shifts Garden of Sinners release date

MVM Entertainment shifts Garden of Sinners release date
From the New World Part 2 on Blu-ray also delayed
Blood Lad added to Netflix UK

Blood Lad added to Netflix UK
Another addition from Anime Limited
New Releases - September 15th 2014

New Releases - September 15th 2014
Attack on Titan, From the New World
Gurren Lagann Ultimate Edition delayed to October 20th

Gurren Lagann Ultimate Edition delayed to October 20th
Printing woes sees release pushed back further
Yen Press license So I Can't Play H! manga

Yen Press license So I Can't Play H! manga
Romantic comedy series coming next April
New Releases - September 8th 2014

New Releases - September 8th 2014
Karneval, Arcana Famiglia, One Piece movies
Manga Entertainment license Good Luck Girl and Ben-To

Manga Entertainment license Good Luck Girl and Ben-To
New licenses revealed at Scotland Comic Con
Discotek Media license Bokurano and more for North America

Manga Entertainment confirm release of Hetalia: Axis Powers' fourth season


Manga Entertainment confirm release of Hetalia: Axis Powers' fourth season

Posted 26/07/2012


There's been a little confusion of late, for both ourselves and elsewhere, with the emergence of a Hetalia: Axis Powers complete box set collection for pre-order on a number of retailer's web sites, suggesting that this box set would contain only the first three series of this anime adaptation.

However, Manga Entertainment have now taken to Twitter to clarify this situation, announcing that the fourth and final (at the time of writing) season of Hetalia (aka the second half of Hetalia: World Series) will be released in the UK on DVD this December - a month that will also see that aforementioned complete series collection box set which will contain all four seasons of the show in the same month.

So there you have it - good news indeed for Hetalia completists!







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