This 30 day challenge is certainly interesting for throwing me from questions that I have very few answers for to questions I have endless answers for. Today is one of the latter questions as ‘manga you want to read but haven’t yet’ could be an endless list but I’m limiting myself to five or ten depending on how things… So in no real order:
MVM Entertainment have today announced a number of release dates to see us through to the end of the year with a number of great anime titles. The release dates and anime being released are as follows with their release formats included where confirmed:
- Devil Survivor 2: The Animation – October 20th, DVD
- Bakemonogatari Complete Series Collection – October 27th
- Samurai Champloo – November 3rd, Blu-Ray
- Blast of Tempest Volume 1 – November 17th
- Nekomonogatari White – November 24th, DVD and Blu-Ray
- Kabukimonogatari – December 1st, DVD and Blu-Ray
- Blast of Tempest Volume 2 – December 8th
The release formats for Blast of Tempest have yet to be confirmed at the time of writing. It’s certainly a nice line-up of titles to see us through to the new year!
Streaming service Viewster have announced the addition of more Aniplex shows to their anime line-up! The service have today added the following shows:
- Oreimo seasons 1 and 2
- Servant X Service
- Silver Spoon season 1
- Blast of Tempest
Servant X Service, Blast of Tempest and Silver Spoon can all be found and streamed on Crunchyroll in the UK. However, this is the first time we’ve had access legally to the first season of Oreimo as Crunchyroll only have the rights to the second season of the show here.
All of the shows mentioned above and a good deal more can be found on Viewster right here
Over the past couple of seasons it has been hard to go anywhere without hearing the name Attack on Titan. The show has gained a huge fanbase very, very quickly for a number of different reasons which are quite evident upon watching the show. So, does Attack on Titan really live up to all the hype that surrounds it?