MVM reveal Feb-June slate, MangaUK to release #DragonBall @mvm_uk @mangauk

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It’s the week before Christmas and all the busy people who have jobs are busy typing up their last emails of the year before they head home for some holiday cheer, so why not give your fans a special Christmas gift before you go, in the form of news? Today, MVM Entertainment did just that, announcing some release dates for their upcoming titles:

The most notable is Fate/Zero, which is being released on both DVD, Blu-Ray and as a Collector’s Edition (both DVD and Blu-Ray versions available). The Collector’s Edition for volume 1 will be housed in a box big enough to fit both of the series’ volumes in, with more details about the edition to be made available in the New Year. Also, while Girls und Panzer is currently only slated for DVD, MVM have said that they will be looking into the possibilities of Blu-Ray. Anyways, the all important dates are (with new additions in bold):

13th January 2014: Nisemonogatari Part 2 (DVD/BD)
20th January 2014: Is This A Zombie? Of The Dead Collection (DVD)
3rd February 2014 – Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom Collection (DVD)
10th February 2014 – Dusk Maiden of Amnesia Complete Collection (DVD)
17th February 2014 – Infinite Stratos Complete Collection (DVD)
3rd March 2014 – Hakuoki: Record of the Jade Blood Collection (DVD)
10th March 2014 – Night Raid 1931 Collection (DVD)
17th March 2014 – BTOOM! Complete Collection (DVD)
7th April 2014 – Hakuoki: Dawn of the Shinsengumi Collection (DVD)
14th April 2014 – Girls und Panzer (DVD)
28th April 2014 – Fate/Zero Part 1 (DVD/BD), Fate/Zero Part 1 Collector’s Edition (DVD/BD)
5th May 2014 – Sankarea Collection (DVD)
12th May 2014 – Hakuoki OVA: A Memory of Snow Flowers Collection (DVD)
26th May 2014 – Fate/Zero Part 2 (DVD/BD)
2nd June 2014 – Ikki Tousen: Great Guardians Complete Collection (DVD)

MVM also have three new license which will be released from April onwards, but they won’t reveal what those three are…yet.

Also, Toei Animation have confirmed that MangaUK will be releasing the classic anime series Dragonball in the United Kingdom, which will be released in summer 2014, following the 20th January and 17th March releases of Dragonball GT.

Will you be picking up any of these?

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