Nothing yet, aside from one film from Ponycan (Garakowa) and Netflix acquiring Ajin: Demi-Human.thedoctor2016 said:Are there any shows licensed for the UK yet, or has only FUNi announced theres?
Not even the remainder of GOD EATER?thedoctor2016 said:I only care about Prince of Stride and Fairy Tail Zero atm.
Gave up after 7 mins, yep its the same as season 2.NormanicGrav said:
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Not surprised, Toei into this year screwing over UK Sailor Moon fans with that god awful Nico Nico streaming of Crystal, (as much of as disaster that is and continues to be) and them being, from all accounts, the roadblock to any UK DVD release of the Remaster so they might as well come out of the other end screwing over the Triple H to Sailor Moon's Shawn Michaels.NormanicGrav said:REGION LOCKED CATALOGUE:
STILL REGION LOCKED, SERIOUSLY TOEI? IT'S CHRISTMAS FOR DIGIMON SAKE:
Crunchyroll have added additional regions for Digimon Adventure Tri, still no UK & Ireland.
Oh I swear if it's been shunted to Animax.Buzz201 said:Gundam Thunderbolt is not available in the UK & Ireland unfortunately. It is however available in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, USA, Vietnam,
So basically every country with even a passing interest in English except the European ones. Something tells me we won't get access to Thunderbolt at all then...