In this special edition of the show, Crunchyroll's Victoria Holden (aka Sailorbee) swings by for a light-hearted chat about her love of anime, how that passion turned into her job, and how it ultimately shapes the way the streaming service interacts with their community.
Whether its later iterations found favour with you or not, there's no denying the enduring popularity of the original Berserk TV anime - popularity that has led to it enjoying a new Blu-ray Collector's Edition release, which we take a look at here.
From skirmishing on the moon to exploring a bustling Metropolis, our discussions take us far and wide in this latest live podcast show. Plus, who thought we'd be talking about offending Nazis and an anime streaming service from Amazon in 2017?
It may only be loosely based upon an Osamu Tezuka manga, but that doesn't diminish the quality of this classic anime film - we take a look at its new HD Steelbook treatment from Eureka.
Fate has brought us a brand-new console title, blending the gameplay of the Musou series around this popular universe. We get inside Saber's ring (stop giggling at the back) to check out the PlayStation 4 edition of the game.
With MVM's imminent re-release of the seminal Berserk on Blu Ray, we take a look at what makes the brutal tale such an iconic and enduring series.
It's a new year, but Elliot and Andy are still stuck in the same old habits of talking about anime, manga and all of the latest news. Today, we discuss everything from Yuri on Ice to Fate/Grand Order and the mystery of Matthew.
Christmas brought us a miracle of its own, as this much-delayed Kickstarter-funded release finally reached backers. We check out its Collector's Edition to get a feel for a product that will eventually reach retail shelves.
We grab the nearest horse and ride in to take a look at this second half of The Heroic Legend of Arslan's first season in Collector's Edition form, courtesy of Universal Pictures.
The year is over, so what were our highlights and lowlights of 2016? Read on to find out all the nominees and winners for this year, including the champion of your very own Reader's Choice Award!
2016 has been an... interesting year. However bad it might have been in other ways, there's been much to celebrate in the world of anime, and our team of judges convene to argue at length over the year's gems that are worthy of recognition via our yearly UK Anime Network Awards.