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On-Air at Comicon

Monday 18th March 2013

Brum to the Hills! It's the Birmingham podcast!


The podcast is back in record time with a bonus episode.
Jeremy Graves, Jerome Mazandarani and Andrew Hewson recorded live at the Birmingham Comicon.

00:00 Introductions; Deadman Wonderland confirmed for 1st July on DVD and Blu-ray, and Steins;Gate. Plus an interlude while Jerome talks to his wife, and the slippage noted on Oblivion Island. Appleseed XIII announced for DVD and Blu-ray. An inadvisable plea for audience participation, which is sure to be regretted later on.

08:00 Jerome speculates as to what the plot would be to Schoolgirl Milky Crisis, if he were writing it -- it involves girls with udders, and appeals to a "man with a mullet and and axe."

10:00 The skinny on Hellsing Ultimate, including details of all the extras -- a whole blooming disc of 'em. And speaking of Hell, Jerome describes British transport, and narrates the tale of the sandwich he dropped, plus twenty minutes marooned in Northampton with no sight of Alan Moore.

14:00 One Piece coming to the UK on 27th May.

16:00 Surprise Announcement! Fairy Tail season two coming to the UK. Plus the slightly less surprising news about K-on, and the hope that there will be K-on Oyster Card holders on sale in May at the London Comicon. Jormungandr, also coming soon.

19:00 Jerome attempts the Harlem Shake while Jeremy quizzes the audience about their social media habits. Following on from the last podcast, we ask them if they would be prepared to pay Japanese prices for Japanese choice, and take the first Questions From The Audience.

30:00 Jerome on the reasons why dubs can sometimes take time to sort out. What games would the panel like to see an anime based on? The logistics of compressing media onto DVDs. The difference in quality between opening and closing credits and the anime itself in terms of quality. Licensing music rights from the record label. Is there a difference between ramen and Pot Noodles...?

The Podcast is available to download now HERE, or find it and an archive of previous shows at our iTunes page. For a detailed contents listing of previous podcasts, check out our Podcasts page.


Death Note Complete Series And Ova Collectors Edition

was £59.99
On Blu-ray for the first time! Collected across 6 discs containing all 37 episodes of the hit anime series plus the bonus Death Note: Relight OVAs.

Light Yagami is a genius high school student who is about to learn about life through a book of death. When a bored shinigami, God of Death, named Ryuk drops a black notepad called a Death Note, Light receives power over life and death with the stroke of a pen. Determined to use this dark gift for the best, Light sets out to rid the world of evil... namely the people he believes to be evil.
Should anyone hold such power?
The consequences of Light’s actions will set the world ablaze.

Contains episodes 1-37 plus Death Note Relight OVAs on a bonus Blu-ray disc
Also features exclusive collectors edition rigid box packaging
Languages: English, Japanese and English Subtitles



Code Geass vs Death Note

If you liked that, you might like this
At heart, Death Note and Code Geass tell the same story. A teenage Tokyo schoolboy with a towering intellect, railing against the world, is given fantastic powers by a supernatural agency. He finds he can manipulate people like puppets and kill with ease. His power is bound by rules and restrictions, yet still seems godlike.


Sushi Noms sent us an AmaiBox GIGA which definitely lived up to its name… The choice was pretty overwhelming!

Comicon Announcements

News on releases and extras from this weekend's panel
This is what you would have heard:

Cosplay: One Piece

Paul Jacques snaps another anime costumer
Jordan Yeo as Trafalgar Law from One Piece, a.k.a. the Surgeon of Death.


Helen McCarthy ponders a Bloody Fate
Twenty years ago, the witch Bayonetta was hauled out of a deep lake, with no memory of her past, how she got there, or who might have hated her enough to put her there. She has in her possession half of an artefact known as the "Eyes of the World.” Joining forces with information broker Enzo, she sets off to find and steal the other half. But powerful forces are moving against her, forces known as the Angels.

Birmingham Comic Con Announcements

For those that missed our panel in Brum...
Attack on Titan, the One Piece movies, Ghost in the Shell: ARISE and more...

Madoka Magica Cosplay: Tomoe & Akemi

Paul Jacques conjures up the best anime costumes
Clarice Downs and Blair Armitage work their magic by cosplaying as Akemi and Tomoe from the hit magical-girl series Puella Magi Madoka Magica
With Halloween right on our doorstep, we’ve decided to put together a list of our top five anime to watch on Halloween. There are so many shows to choose from and this is only our opinion, so make sure you let us know which shows would make your top five!

Tales of Vesperia Cosplay: Estelle & Rita

Paul Jacques finds a princess and a... erm... scholar
Cosplaying away at Birmingham's Comic Con, Meg Atwill dresses up as Estellise Sidos Heurrasein (or Estelle for short), accompanied by Aimee Tacchi as the whip-wielding scholar Rita Mordio, both from Tales of Vesperia.
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