It took some time, but the second half of Samurai Flamenco has finally come dancing into the UK. We take a look to see if it was worth the wait.
UK Anime's Northern office travels both ways uphill over cobbled streets to grab a microphone and get in on this podcasting lark - site publisher Ross Liversidge and contributor Seb Reid sit down to shoot the breeze on this inaugural, some say premiere, 'cast.
From GAINAX to Ghibli, Takeshi Honda's career in anime has spanned numerous landmark series and films - most notably Neon Genesis Evangelion, of course. At the October 2016 MCM London Comic Con, we caught up with Mr. Honda to talk all about his career to date.
Andy wants to talk about sexy photos, but Elliot shouts "OBJECTION!" in our latest live podcast.
Our Escaflowne Ultimate Edition has just flown(e) into the office, so we take a look at this hefty release from Anime Limited.
At October 2016's MCM London Comic Con, we sat down with Psycho-Pass director Naoyoshi Shiotani to talk about his career and experiences.
The MCM London Comic Con is upon us once again - on the Saturday of the show, Elliot and Andy locked themselves in a hotel room away from the madding crowds to talk about the show and all of the big news which came from it.
Elliot and Andy come to you from the Edinburgh Filmhouse in front of a live audience, to talk about all of the films and fun of Scotland Loves Anime 2016!
With Chobits about to be released on Blu Ray, we take a look back at a series with dark themes and contentious ideas.
Happiness is an attractive harem. Or ad-libbing anime voice actors. Or just a new manga series.
PQube Games have brought some steam to Steam by porting rail shooter Gal*Gun Double Peace to the PC. We jump in to take a look, and hope nobody on our Steam friends list spots us.