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Podcast #10

Tuesday 23rd October 2012

Chat and that, ahead of the Expo

Manga UK PodcastIn a special Tourettes Edition of the Manga UK podcast, Jeremy Graves and Andrew Hewson are joined by Hollie B of Namco Bandai in a preview of the MCM Expo.

00:00 – 07:00 This week’s releases, next week’s releases, and delays to Clannad and Fractale. New street date for FMA OVA collection. The theatrical run of Ninja Scroll coming in November and a special 16th November screening where you see the film and receive the Blu-ray, as well as a specially commissioned poster. Jerome in Tokyo, and Scotland Loves Anime.

08:00 – 20:00 Hollie B on what to expect at the London Expo on the games front: Dragon Ball Z and a demo of the new Naruto game, Ni no Kuni (Wrath of the White Witch) and Tank Tank Tank. And a custom-built 3D Star Trek cinema previewing the new game. What shall be occurring at #639, the DBZ booth including seasons one, two and three for only £25 each. Plus a trail for the first live Manga UK podcast. Namco and Manga's guests at the Expo.

20:00 – END Manga UK Booths #637 and #1137 offering pre-release deals, yes, up to a month before certain titles hit the shops. Details of how "the boys are whoring themselves out delightfully" the Berserk photo-op, and Hollie's plans for Wrath of the White Witch, and someone's chance to win a trip to Paris. Memories of Woolworth's. Let's do lunch!

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