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One Piece: "Flag Diamond Ship" Boa Hancock Figure, Bootleg Version Review

The girls from One Piece seem to get cast in a variety of themed clothing for the arcades. And as usual, there are bootleg versions floating around. Here is Boa Hancock from the "Flag Diamond Ship" series sporting a more stereotype pirate costume you'd probably see ladies wearing during Halloween - made available as an crane game prize...


One Piece: Nefeltari Vivi Glitter & Glamours Figure, Bootleg Version Review

Crane game prizes from Japan are popular items for being sold and they are quite cheap even in Japan going for around 1500 Yen (£10). AmiAmi sells them for around the same price and they're quite good quality for that price compared to the more expensive scale figures that can cost up to £180 each. However, even crane game prizes can have...


Your Name Art Book Review

There has been an artbook released for every Makoto Shinkai movie so far and Your Name is no exemption - not surprising considering its run away success and that it got a special "Collectors Edition". Unlike the visual guide book, it does not contain concept art or storyboards but the format is no different, once again in B6 paper back...


Japan Post Celebrates Makoto Shinkai Debut 15th Anniversary with Stamp Set

It's been 15 years since Makoto Shinkai made his debut in the Anime industry and it seems Japan Post will be releasing a 15th anniversary limited edition stamp set later this month for 4900 Yen (£34). Will only be available between August 14th - November 23rd 2017. The set will consist of 10 sticker type 62 Yen stamps, each featuring a...


Kimi no Na wa, Your Name Movie and Collectors Edition Review

2016.10.11 Updated with review with UK steelbook edition and info about Collectors Editions from other countries - Spain, Italy and Hong Kong. If you're an Anime fan that follow the news then I'm sure you've no doubt heard of Makoto Shinkai and his recent run away success with Kimi no Na wa, Your Name as it's shot over the 2 billion Yen...


Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness tells of a sci-fi world where everything has been digitalised including the looks of clothes, food, buildings and room decorations now replaced by holograms. The public is governed by an AI super computer system known as Sybil. Sybil has cameras everywhere monitoring everyone's PsychoPass...