The year is over, so what were our highlights and lowlights of 2015? Read on to find out all the nominees and winners for this year, including the champion of your very own Reader's Choice Award!
It's time for us to cast judgement on the year gone by. But what impressed and disappointed us in 2015? Our crack team of judges lock themselves into a room and argue out our UK Anime Network Award winners for the year.
Yes, 2016 is all but upon us, so what anime will we be enjoying in the New Year? As always, we guide you through what's worth your time and what might be best avoided for the winter season.
We did the robot when our copy of the first half of Samurai Flamenco landed in the office. We can't help but feel that it might have been the wrong choice of celebratory dance...
If you need to get your fill of Full Metal Panic, then this Ultimate Edition has everything you need. We open up this hefty package to see what's contained within.
The Wind Rises - Hayao Miyazaki's final feature-length film, and also his most controversial. Alexander Smit delves into what this movie has to say about its creator.
We lose our way with Omakase's Kill la Kill launch box from Viewster.
We're halfway through the autumn anime season, so Elliot and Andy rope in Dan Barnett to talk about the good and bad of the currently airing shows. Whether it's the heavily objectionable Heavy Object or the beauty of Beautiful Bones, we have it covered!
Ross and James kapow and ker-splat their way through the Thought Bubble 2015 convention held at Leeds Royal Armouries.
This latest RPG derived from Reki Kawahara's popular has just hit the PlayStation 4 in its English language edition, and we fly into ALfheim Online to check it out.
The UK Anime Network visits London to explore the British Museum's special exhibition "Manga Now: Three Generations".