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.
From the history of manga in a Drifting Life to a saucy trip to Prison School, Elliot and Andy have much to discuss in our latest live show.
We chat to Jason Paige, the singer/songwriter behind the original Pokemon theme tune - but he's done so much more it's almost scary!
After another busy MCM London Comic Con weekend there's much to discuss, so Andy Hanley joins Elliot Page to talk about his experiences at the event as well as putting the wealth of news to come from the show under the microscope.
There's lots of news to discuss in this week's show, but not until we let out a Dragon Cry for the new Fairy Tail movie and try to apportion the BLAME for our opinions.
Universal Pictures are on the cusp of releasing their first UK product on behalf of Funimation, and it's a super-charged one - we use all our might to take an in-depth look at this first season Collector's Edition of My Hero Academia.
After a false start to this weekend's live show, there's no falsehoods to be attributed to our thoughts on everything from Gundam Wing to Tokyo Marble Chocolate, while we also round-up another eclectic crop of news.
As we haven't had any other outlet for expressing our love of SHIROBAKO here in the UK for a while, we celebrate the series through the lens of this new figure from Alter.