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Monday 18th June 2012


Just saiyan that the Manga podcast is out...

Dragon Ball Z PodcastEpisode #4 of the Manga UK podcast is online now, with a special episode on the world of Dragon Ball Z (out on 2nd July). J-Pod regulars Jerome Mazandarani, Jeremy Graves and Jonathan Clements are joined by special guest Hollie B, Consumer PR and Community Executive from Namco-Bandai, for chat on anime production, games gossip, and just how far you can rock a dragon.

0:00:00-0:01:55 – Intro

0:01:55-0:22:37 - Dragon Ball Z for Kinect, Toonami, anime-related video games in the UK, Strike Witches Season 2 and Madoka Magica news.


0:22:37-0:38:50 - An introduction to the world of Dragon Ball Z including its origins, how anime studios cut corners.


0:38:50-1:19:24 - Ask Manga UK, the part of the show where we answer your questions from on Twitter and Facebook. Lots on DBZ, but there is still time for other topics including re-licensing titles, live-action movies, advertising (and how the Olympics will have an impact on that over the next few months), cinema screenings and more.

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Mirai Nikki: Future Diary - Complete Collection 2 (episodes 14-26)

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The exciting conclusion to the psychological thriller, based on the manga written and illustrated by Sakae Esuno, is about Yuki, a loner who's not very good with people. He prefers to write a diary on his cell phone and talk to his imaginary friend, Deus Ex Machina – The God of Time and Space. However, Yuki soon learns that Deus is more than a figment of his imagination when he makes Yuki participate in a battle royale with eleven others. The contestants are given special diaries that can predict the future, each diary possessing unique features that give it both advantages and disadvantages. Within the next 90 days, the contestants must try to survive until there is only one left standing. The winner will become the new God of Time and Space.

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