What’s this? Another Anime UK News review?! I know, right? Still, this was one of those “share anything even remotely to do with this video link and we’ll sue the pants off of you” movie screener reviews, which are always a bit special (and often very last minute!)
So what did I think about the latest MHA Movie? Click HERE to find out!
So HERE IT IS, my last Dragon Ball-related anime review for Anime UK News… well, until the inevitable next project, anyway… Now I just wish I had more time to review some older Dragon Ball stuff for this blog…
I can just about write a Bond film and a TV Doctor Who episode review a week at the moment, but I did manage to review MSG Origin V and VI for Anime UK News, which can be found HERE. I’m glad I did, because that’s another part of the UC Gundam series covered, as to when I’ll get around to Victory, I have no idea any more, but hopefully soon! (Who invented having to work for a living? Seriously…)
Here we finally are: The Marineford Arc. When I started getting into One Piece proper I heard about this then-publishing story arc, a showdown with the most teased-as-powerful characters finally unleashing a fraction of their power in a big war with Luffy’s brother Ace’s life in the centre of it, and thought it sounded great. I obviously heard of the ending long ago, which takes some of the edge off of it, but I still enjoyed my long-awaited watch through of the story arc. So let’s take an overall look at it, shall we?
The other half of the double Anime UK News shonen blu-ray reviews this week, HERE is Part 9 of Dragon Ball Super. So much fighting…. so… so much fighting…
Funny how these things happen. The Christmas Fair at the library I work at meant I was extra busy last week, and the few bits of spare time I had to write was to write two Anime UK News Reviews that wouldn’t come out until the following week! (a.k.a now!)
Ah well, let’s kick off this two-day double bill of shonen anime parts with the second Bortuo blu-ray release. The series has its moments, but also has its… crap moments. You can get more details by clicking HERE to read the review!
It’s time to continue forward in the Universal Century, though we’re now so far away from Amuro and co. that it doesn’t really matter, beyond similar designs and faction names. Gundam F91 is a straight up theatrical movie by Gundam creator Tomino himself, but the problem is that it started off life as a new TV show, and therefore this comes across as a compilation movie to a series you haven’t seen… but is it still worth a watch?! Well, since you asked…
Yep, two Anime UK News reviews up back to back! My review of the eighth Dragon Ball Super Blu-Ray release can be found by clicking HERE.
It’s been a while since I reviewed a random anime I’d never of before for Anime UK News, but here we are! Asura Cryin’ was weird, and had far too many genres crammed into it, but it was good for a laugh. The full review of the Blu-Ray set can be found by clicking HERE.
Given the fact I’ve already started reviewing Boruto for the site, it’s a little bittersweet calling this the “last Naruto Shippuden Review” I do for Anime UK News, but there you go… You can view it by clicking HERE.