Considering the string of delays hitting Anime Limited releases as of late you’d be forgiven for not expecting news that the company have moved the release of Kill la Kill part 1, twice, but most definitely in our favour!
Yesterday I posted up a review of No Game, No Life and upon reading the review a close friend of mine asked why I gave it so low a score for its soundtrack. Overall this led us to discussing anime soundtracks and what makes them stand out to each of us. So, figuring this would make a decent topic to talk about I decided to write a short ramble on the subject.
Anime Limited have already made a bit of a buzz this morning after putting a couple of top series on Netflix, but the news doesn’t end there. Anime Limited have just revealed how Q4 looks for them.
September looks set to be somewhat quiet, but they’re finally releasing Gurren Lagann in a number of different sets for the anime fans who have been keeping an eye out for that. In October Anime Limited have quite a packed month as they’ll be releasing HAL, Blood Lad, and Patema Inverted.
Moving on to the last couple of months of the year, Anime Limited will be releasing Wings of Honneamise and Space Dandy in November. In December they will be a releasing a currently unknown movie, which will also be treated to theatrical screens during October and November. There is a chance we’ll be seeing the first part of Kill la Kill in December as well.
More information about these releases can be found on the All The Anime website right here.
Interesting news appeared this morning as Anime Limited revealed that Kill la Kill and Gurren Lagann are now available to watch on Netflix UK!
All 25 episodes of Kill la Kill have gone up on the service and can be watched subbed. Meanwhile all 27 episodes of Gurren Lagann have gone up on the service and can be watched subbed or dubbed. Both are top class series’ so it’s really nice to see them being added to Netflix. You can read my review of Kill la Kill right here
Overall the range of anime on offer to the UK via Netflix is fairly slim compared to the US offerings, but with Anime Limited seemingly interested in bringing more anime to the service here we should have some fairly interesting times ahead!
Kill la Kill. Where do you even begin a review on a series like this one? Sure, when it was first revealed and in the weeks leading up to its release it was clear Studio Trigger were creating something different, something exciting, but never once could anyone have predicted that the show would end up being such a big hit. Of course, Kill la Kill being as crazy as it is, it’s extremely difficult to try and put down in words, but I’m going to give it a go anyway!