Unfortunately, it isn’t a Blu-ray, but the complete Futurama box set has never been this cheap before. It’s a Gold Box deal though, so grab it quick before it sells out.
Even if your personal Miyazaki collection is comprehensive, I bet you have some friends and family members who would appreciate his films. Several of his best are down to $13 on Blu-ray on Amazon right now, which is just about as cheap as they ever get.
Of course, the home releases of anime programs often look better than the broadcast versions. Anime studios have more time to tweak their art, and they can also make some extra scratch on the Blu-ray.
The U.S. version of Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV will be released digitally on August 30, followed by a Blu-ray and DVD release October 4. Check out the latest trailer. revealed alongside the release dates at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend.
The first episode of the new Mr. Osomatsu anime is hilarious, trippy as hell, and won’t be getting a re-release.
As if you didn’t already know, next month finally marks the day from Back to the Future Part II when Marty McFly and Doc Brown arrived in 2015. There’s a lot going on to celebrate the occasion (click here for proof) but this may be the best thing yet.
When some anime first appear on television, parts of the actual animation might not be quite up to snuff. Fans notice this and even complain. This was certainly true of Gonna be the Twin-tail!!
Tomorrow, the latest disc version of anime Mekakucity Actors goes on sale in Japan. Above, you can see a scene from the broadcast version. And holy crap, the Blu-ray/DVD release seems different.
One of the reasons so many people prefer physical media over digital downloads is the supposed permanency of it all. HDD goes bad? Memory corrupted? Doesn't matter, I've still got the disc! Remember, though, that those discs will not live forever.
There's no Game of Thrones this week. How to cope? With a preview of its upcoming Japanese language disc release.
Pretty sure Arnold Schwarzenegger isn't in Star Wars: Episode I. That didn't keep Chinese bootleggers from slapping his mug on this pirated box.
Back in May, we took a look at the first Phoenix Wright musical, Ace Attorney: Truth Resurrected. The musical presented a retelling of the final case in the DS remake of the first game, "From the Ashes." And it was so well done that I went so far as to say that it was better than the section of the game it was based…
Standing out in the world of Japanese pin-up models is not easy. Being attractive is often not enough! Anna Amamiya decided the best way for her to separate herself from the competition was an anime mask.
Remember when Blu-ray first came out? And Sony was trumpeting it (and the PS3) as the paramount of HD clarity? Well, yes, Blu-ray still looks fantastic. Thing is, this LG TV just looks fantasticer.
The 12 episodes of GameCenter CX that appeared right here on Kotaku are DVD bound with two audio tracks, including the original Japanese narration. Should be out later this summer. [
Despite how silly it looks, the Pac-Man animated series broadcast on ABC in the early 1980s was a modest success. It lasted only two seasons, but that can partly be attributed to the crash of home console video gaming taking the subject off people's minds.
Did you think the ending of Limitless was too neat and tidy? Did you think Bradley Cooper got off too lightly after spiraling down the rabbit hole of brain-enhancement drugs and superdickery?
Launching day-and-date with Atlus' sexy Persona spin-off Catherine, Another Take on Catherine is 70 minutes of Japanese gravure idol CoCo demonstrating how much she looks like the game's title character both with and without clothes. Just don't ask her to play the game.
Next month Phase 4 Films releases the latest movie in Uwe Boll's epic Bloodrayne series on Blu-ray and DVD, Bloodrayne: The Third Reich, starring Natassia Malthe and her breasts. Instead of purchasing it, why not just look at Fangoria's exclusive images and make up your own story?