Before we get into the this blog post itself, apologies for the lack of updates over the last few days. Some personal circumstances cropped up unexpectedly, but I’m back, so the next few updates will act as a catchup of sort.
Following our post regarding the release of the Yu Gi Oh 3D Movie (HERE) there is more news from Manga UK regarding an number of their upcoming releases.
As according to the order of posting on the Manga UK twitter –
*The Melancholy Of Haruhi Suzumiya Season 2 ‘Deluxe Edition’ (that will included the ‘The Melancholy of Haruhi-Chan Suzumiya shorts) box set will be released on July 4th. (Manga also noted this will be a 4 disc DVD set. It will not be released on Blu-Ray.)
*The first volume of ‘Birdy The Mighty Decode’ and Volume 6 of Naruto Shippuuden will be available from July 11th.
*Casshern Sinns and Xam’d: Lost memories from July 18th, set to be released on both DVD and Blu-Ray
*The Disappearance Of Haruhi Suzumiya will be released on July 25th on both DVD and Blu-Ray
*Fumihiko Sor’s ‘TO’ that has been rebranded as ‘2001 Nights’ for the UK release by Manga is set for release on August 1st. Also, volume 2 of Shikibane Hime (aka ‘Corpse Princess’) will be released on this date.
*August the 18th will see the release of the complete series of Sekirei (that has a duration of 12 episodes).
*Vampire Knight: Guilty on August 25th.
*The Complete series of ‘Rideback’ is now set for release on August 29th.
*September 1st will be the release of Naruto Shippuuden volume 7 and the second box set of Xam’d: Lost Memories
*September 12th is a busy week, as it see the arrival of the hotly anticipated ‘Redline’ feature, volume 2 of ‘Birdy The Mighty Decode’ that will include the second half of the first season and part 5 of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
*And on September 19th will bring the complete series of The Sacred Blacksmith.
It’s certainly a busy calendar of releases over the summer heading into the final quarter of the year. No doubt there will be more more announcements by Manga UK in the coming months, perhaps at the London Expo to compliment this already very promising release schedule.