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Monday 16th July 2012


Win the new SFX Anime Special in our competition

SFX AnimeOur friends at SFX magazine have given us several copies of the new Ultimate Guide to Anime to give away next week.

This latest SFX special includes a feature on our very own Dragon Ball Z, a celebration of 60 years of Toei Animation, an in-depth look at Hayao Miyazaki's Nausicaa, PLUS! Tiger And Bunny, Welcome To The Space Show, Full Metal Alchemist, Blood-C, Berserk, Angel Beats, Ghost In The Shell, Evangelion...

AND...two full episodes of Baka and Test on DVD, three Welcome to the Space Show art cards, and a double-sided Fullmetal Alchemist poster.

To stand a chance of winning a copy of the magazine (released on 20th July), you need to answer our fiendishly difficult question. Dragon Ball Z is released on UK DVD by which fantastic anime company?

a)      Mango Entertainment

b)      Manga Entertainment

c)      Mange Entertainment

Email your answer with your name, address and age to: comp@mangauk.com. Use the subject header: SFX COMPO.

Terms: entrants must be UK residents. Closing date: 9am UK time on 19th July. The winner must provide the correct answer and will be selected at random. Judges' decision is final. Winners to be announced on the blog on 20th July. Only one entry per address. This competition cannot be entered by any Manga Entertainment, Anchor Bay Entertainment or Starz Media employees or their families. No cash alternative.

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