MCM London Comic Con 2016 – October Announcements
See below for the latest Manga & Animatsu news and announcements from MCM Comic Con!
Following on from the huge success of our UK-wide screenings of Akira in September, we’re very excited to announce that we’ll be bringing more anime to the cinema! Some of you may already be aware of our plans to screen Ghost in the Shell in cinemas in January, but we will also be bringing the latest Yu-Gi-Oh! flick, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions, to cinemas across the UK!
The original Ghost in the Shell film will be showing on over 80 UK screens on the 25th January and seats are selling fast, so make sure to grab your ticket in time! We’ll also be re-releasing the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex movies The Laughing Man, Individual Eleven and Sold State Society as well as the original movie with all-new, collectable, custom drawn artwork in March 2017.
You’ll be able to see the bitter rivalry between Kaiba and Yugi come to an end on the big screen in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions. We will have more info on this soon, so make sure you’re following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for all of the latest updates.
Berserk is back! Watch out for our upcoming Berserk: The Golden Age Arc Movie Collection early next year on both DVD and Blu-ray. It’ll include the films Egg of the King, Battle For Doldrey and The Advent.
An update on Boruto!
It’s taken a little planning, but we’re very pleased to be able to confirm that Boruto the Movie will be coming to UK home video on the 3rd of April 2017! Look out for it on DVD and Blu-ray.
The latest Animatsu acquisitions have a touch of the supernatural, a slice of high-school life and a little sprinkling of magic!
We’ll be releasing the Sentai slice-of-life comedy Kinmoza in early 2017, with it’s second season, Hello! Kinmoza following on later in the year.
Our favourite blood manipulator Mirai will return in 2017 in the two-part film Beyond the Boundary the Movie: I’ll Be Here, which we’ll be releasing on both DVD and Collector’s blu-ray.
Professional sorceress Makoto will be landing in UK in the supernatural comedy Flying Witch – join her and her black cat Chito as they swoop around Aomori on their trusty broomstick!
Hajime and co are back and things are about to get really wild and crazy in the sci-fi epic… GATCHAMAN CROWDS: INSIGHT landing on DVD and Blu-ray in 2017!
That’s right – in 2017 we will be taking you back to Academy City as we release both A Certain Magical Index II and A Certain Scientific Railgun ‘S’! Look forward to more info on these releases very soon.
Ghost in the Shell [Official Full Length Trailer]
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