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London Film and Comic Con 2009
posted by Andy Hanley
on 20 Jul 2009

UK Anime's Andy Hanley and Jacob Bonniface spent a day at the 2009 London Film and Comic Con, which promised more anime and manga-related goodies than ever before. What did they find to enjoy at the event?
Classics of Anime - GitS: Stand Alone Complex
posted by Andy Hanley
on 14 Jun 2009

For the next instalment of our on-going series, we celebrate the movie turned TV success that is Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex.
Summer 2009 anime preview
posted by Andy Hanley
on 26 May 2009

Andy Hanley casts his eyes over all of the new anime due to air in Japan as part of the Summer 2009 season.
Sonic Unleashed: Retrospective
posted by Guest
on 15 May 2009

Jeremy Shaw looks at the latest Sonic game and asks: have we judged this fairly?
Classics of Anime: Haibane Renmei
posted by Kevin Leathers
on 08 May 2009

UKA takes a look back at the heavenly Haibane Renmei to discuss what makes it such a classic.
Coming alive - from anime to film
posted by Ross Liversidge
on 01 May 2009

In the last 6 months we've seen a lot of live action anime adaptations, but are they any good?
UKA - The Rebirth
posted by Ross Liversidge
on 01 Apr 2009

Editor Ross Liversidge takes us through UKA's recent changes, culminating with the design of Mizuki, the site's official mascot.
TOKYOPOP Interview
posted by Kevin Leathers
on 19 Mar 2009

We sit down with Andrew Whelan of TOKYOPOP and talk about 2008 and the company's plans for 2009.
Talking Japanese Part 2
posted by Kevin Leathers
on 13 Mar 2009

Kevin comes to the end of his look at learning Japanese. Bai bai minna-san!
Star Ocean: The Last Hope Preview
posted by Kevin Leathers
on 05 Mar 2009

Kevin Leathers is invited to London to view a very special preview of this Xbox 360 exclusive RPG
Talking Japanese
posted by Kevin Leathers
on 09 Feb 2009

Kevin Leathers takes us through his experiences as he tackles learning Japanese.
Crunchyroll - The future of anime viewing?
posted by Andy Hanley
on 16 Jan 2009

2009 is threatening to become the year when viewing anime online takes on a new, entirely legal form, with Crunchyroll at the head of this impending revolution. Is it ready to become to anime viewers what iTunes is to music lovers?