UKA Release Calendar

UKA Release Calendar

All incoming Anime & Manga releases listed.

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Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches - Vol. 1

A series with a genuine sense of fun and imagination, this is a great read and one to watch.

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.

Log Horizon 2 - Eps. 4-25

It doesn't afford some of its material the time to breathe that it deserves, but there remains a lot of engaging and sometimes thought-provoking material to enjoy from Log Horizon.

Shirobako - Eps. 7-24

An informative depiction of the anime production industry, infused with a wonderful dose of hilarious larger than life humour that delivers vast amounts of entertainment value alongside it. An almost perfect series.

Saekano -How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend-

An irredeemably lazy story of horrible characters doing awful things to one another whilst the camera fixates on their crotches.

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.

Rurouni Kenshin 3: The Legend Ends

Though running a little long and slow to get going, The Legend Ends is a fitting ending to this impressive trilogy of films.

Han Gong-ju

Another assured debut from a first-time Korean director, Han Gong-ju is a hard-hitting and thought-provoking film that handles extraordinarily complex issues with remarkable assurance.

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.
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