This week, we’ve action from beyond the veil in Blue Exorcist, with our hero fighting the worst the demon worlds have to offer. Prefer something a bit less undead? Look no further than the latest box of Naruto Shippuden!
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|It's summer vacation for Rin Okamura and his fellow Exwire students at True Cross Academy – but that doesn't mean there aren't lessons to be learned! What's meant to be a simple training weekend to prepare the Exwires for battle turns into a life or death struggle when the camp is attacked by the demon Amaimon! With his friends in danger, can Rin keep his identity as the son of Satan a secret, or will he be forced to reveal his true power? Then, there's family drama to deal with, when Rin's brother Yukio is confronted by the mysterious Ernst Egin, who|
|claims to be their grandfather. Offering knowledge of their mother's fate and a brand new arsenal of anti-demon weaponry, Egin seems too good to be true. With Satan gathering strength in the hellish Gehenna, can Rin and Yukio master their individual abilities and destroy the devil? Blue Exorcist roars to a conclusion in this breathtaking Blu-ray collection!|
BLUE EXORCIST: DEFINITIVE EDITION, PART TWO, AVAILABLE NOW AT SHOPMANGA.CO.UK ON UK BLU-RAY (£29.99)
|It's flashback fever in the latest volume of Naruto Shippuden! The Hidden Leaf Village is in ruins following Pain's attack, but spirits are high amongst the survivors and the community's allies are banding together to help rebuild. Crossing paths with their friend Inari reminds Naruto and Sakura of an adventure from their early days training in Team 7 – a happier time, when Sasuke still fought by their side and the group's biggest worry was finding a ramen shop and taking a lost ostrich home! Then, secrets from the untold three years when Naruto trained under Jiraiya are|
|revealed, Team 7 have to find a rare cat's pawprint, and Kakashi recalls an amorous encounter with a spy. It's a rare period of downtime for our favourite ninja but that doesn't mean these thirteen episodes aren't filled with action, comedy and insightful character moments – a must-see for Naruto fans!|
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN, BOX 15, AVAILABLE NOW AT SHOPMANGA.CO.UK ON UK DVD (£18.75)