Editor in Chief Ross and the abominable Mr Seb, discuss hacking, conventions and giant robots with the usual mix of anime news, chat and insightful opinion, powered by a bottle of red.
Returning Editor-in-Chief Ross Liversidge takes over UKA's podcast duties together with co-host Mr Seb. The usual news and views powered by vino.
All good things must come to an end, and so it goes for the final instalment of the UK Anime Network Podcast in its current form. Elliot and Andy both say their goodbyes, ensuring our editor-in-chief gets an emotional send-off in the process, but not before we get down to business and cast a glance over the summer 2017 anime season so far.
Returning Editor Ross and his co-host Bryony take a look at Bushiroad's Cardfight Vanguard card game - is it as comlplex as it looks?
Andy shuts himself in to play Accel World vs Sword Art Online, then watches an anime about a girl shutting herself into play video games in Umaru-chan, while Elliot has been diving back into the world of Gunslinger Girl. All this and more make up this week's live show.
What's going on In This Corner of the World for our latest live show? A hangover aside, the answer is in the question.
Is this going to be a long, hot summer for anime fans, or should we be worried about a drought of good series? Dan Barnett digs into what we can expect from the coming months.
With spring on the cusp of having well and truly sprung, Elliot and Andy convene to look back on the current season of anime, voice their anticipated shows of the summer, and of course catch up on all the latest news.
With AKIRA reaching its 35th anniversary and its creator receiving one of the most prestigious prizes in the industry, Kodansha Comics compile a tribute to Katsuhiro Otomo from luminaries of the world of manga and beyond - we take a look at the gorgeous result.
We're reliably informed that there's never been a better time to play video games, but does E3 2017 give us confidence in that statement? Elliot and Andy dig into what the big show in Los Angeles had to show us, alongside our usual anime and manga chatter.
Does this romantic drama play us like a fiddle, or is its anthem off-key? We take a look at the Blu-ray Collector's Edition of this film from the creative team behind Toradora and AnoHana.