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Magical Meow Meow Taruto Complete Collection – Anime Review

Magical Meow Meow Taruto is a series that feels like it is being targeted towards fans of catgirls that don't mind a few innocent storylines being strewn in with an actual plot.

.hack//Liminality – Anime Review

hile there are a few references in other aspects of the .hack media franchise, .hack//Liminality is one you could comfortably skip and not risk missing out on much. However if you do get your hands on a copy of the series, it serves as an interesting tie-in across platforms and does add an additional dynamic to the world during the events the games - with are usually only covered in brief in-game news prompts at most.

.hack//Sign Complete Collection – Anime Review

You need to play the four-part video game series to full experience, especially considering as .hack//Sign provides more questions than answers. However by itself, the series still provides an interesting experience with a strong storyline and concept.

.hack//Legend of the Twilight Complete Collection

You will be forgiven for thinking that this anime series is based on the three-volume manga series of the same name by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Rei Izumi given the similar context to the plot and almost identical character cast. However both are considerably different, with the anime adaptation giving an initial impression of being a child's version of the .hack series despite the darker plot that comes along later.

Sentai Filmworks Announce Possibly Their Biggest Acquisition Slate Yet With Plenty of Sunrise Titles

Were you left concerned when Sentai Filmworks merely announced their December 2013 release slate yesterday? Well the good news is that they have returned better than ever for the second day of the event... and brought potentially their biggest...

.hack //G.U. Trilogy – Anime Film Review

Title: .hack//G.U. Trilogy Published by: Hanabee (Australia) Based on: The .hack//G.U. Video Game Series Audio: Japanese Dub Subtitles: English Runtime: 93 Minutes Cost: $29.99 on DVD Special Thanks: Hanabee Entertainment for kindly providing me with a sample of this release In a quest for revenge against Tri-Edge, Haseo has become a killer of Player Killers....

Bandai Entertainment To Discontinue Publishing and Distribution Services

As the saying goes "All good things must come to an end", and while Bandai Entertainment announced earlier in the year that they would halt the publishing of new DVD and other media products - they have continued to...

K-ON! Volume 4 – Review

Title: K-ON Volume 4 Published by: Madman Entertainment (Australia / New Zealand) Based on: Manga Series under the same name by Kakifly Genre: Comedy, Music, School-Life Audio: English and Japanese Dubs Subtitles: English Aspect Ratio: 1080p High Definition Runtime: 75 minutes Cost: $24.95 (DVD), $29.95 (Blu-ray) Classification: This...

Madman Entertainment Releases Official Announcement Relating to the Recent Bandai Entertainment Events

Over the last couple of weeks, there have been a number of people who seem to have been concerned about some of their favourite Madman Entertainment titles that could be affected by the recent closure of Bandai Entertainment's Anime...

Bandai Entertainment Closing May Speed Up Release of Nichijou and GOSICK in Australia

I stumbled upon this rather interesting comment on the Madman Entertainment Official Twitter page. Kiddtic, from Kidd's Anime Blog posted the question if they were going to release Nichijou as a subtitled work now that Bandai Entertainment has shut...
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