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Our Top Five Shows To Watch On Valentine's Day

Friday 10th February 2017


That’s right - it’s that time of year again! Valentine’s Day is just round the corner and whether you’re spending it alone or with that special someone, we’ve chosen our favourite Manga UK/Animatsu titles for the occasion.

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Clannad and Clannad: After Story

Clannad: After Story
Get your tissues ready, this is going to be one heck of a ride.

Clannad will pull at your heartstrings and make you want to grab your nearest and dearest and not let go. We won’t say too much about the series as the less you know the better - just trust us when we say it’s fantastic!

 

Golden Time

Golden Time
Golden Time is the perfect series to watch on Valentine’s Day. The relationship between Banri and Koko is beautiful. They have ups and downs, disagreements, arguments, but their love for each other is so pure and the growth of their relationship continues to shine through. This is one to add to your list.

 

Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions!

Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions!
One of our favourite couples have to be Yuta and Rikka, but unfortunately the latter suffers with chunibyo, where one believes they have special or hidden powers. Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! is incredibly cute, but also explores some deep and mature themes making it a brilliant watch.

It’s also a perfect time to catch up as the second season aptly named Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! Heart Throb comes to Blu-ray and DVD on Monday 27th February 2017!

 

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU
If there was a series that personifies that falling in love can literally happen to anyone, then My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU would be it. Love isn’t always simple, and SNAFU really takes pleasure in playing on all the tropes of the various “dere” archetypes. This can make for some very entertaining viewing when served with a large helping of comedy.

 

Nisekoi

Nisekoi
This might be a harem series, but rather than easily fall into the trap of overusing common tropes, Nisekoi is actually one of the best romantic comedies around. Arguably the biggest cause of the “best girl” debate and for good reason as the show features an absolutely wonderful cast.

If you haven’t seen Nisekoi before then now is the perfect time to get started and trust us when we say you’re in for a treat!

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Clannad After Story Complete Series Collection

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An alternate path opens up for Tomoya and Nagisa as they enter their second semester and head towards graduation.Beyond school they look forward to a family of their own, though not without facing hardships and ultimately tragedy. After Story follows on from the original Clannad series and further expands on the themes of family, trust and empathy.
Collecting the entire second season of the hit anime series, CLANNAD AFTER STORY. 25 episodes across 6 discs.

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