Watch out! What’s that heading for the UK? Why, it’s the little monster hit Yo-Kai Watch, courtesy of our friends over at Manga Entertainment. The complete season one is slated for May 8th on DVD, but it’s available for pre-order right now. Besides that, we’ll just have to wait for Keita, Whisper and Jibanyan to make the long journey to our shores.

On the topic of Manga announcements, UK Anime Network reports that Amazon are listing all the distributors’ titles for Q2 2017. So, let’s take a look at everything we’ve got to look forward to between April and June:

April 3rd
Pokémon Movies 1-3 Collection (Blu-ray)

April 10th
AKIRA (Blu-ray + Digital)
Gatchaman Crowds Insight Complete Series Collection (DVD/Blu-ray combo)

May 1st
Boruto the Movie (DVD, Blu-ray)

May 8th
Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? Complete Series Collection (Deluxe Edition DVD/Blu-ray combo)
Yo-Kai Watch Complete Season 1 Collection (DVD)

May 15th
Naruto Shippuden Box 28 (DVD)

May 29th
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Bonds Beyond Time / Dark Side of Dimensions Twin Pack (DVD, Blu-ray)
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Dark Side of Dimensions (DVD, Blu-ray)

June 5th
My Love Story!! Complete Series Collection (Deluxe Edition DVD/Blu-ray combo)

June 19th
Amagi Brilliant Park Complete Series Collection (Deluxe Edition DVD/Blu-ray combo)
Hello! KINMOZA Complete Series Collection (DVD/Blu-ray combo)

One thing to note is, while there are a fair few Deluxe Editions on the list, they’ll no longer be the same as the Sentai Filmworks Deluxe Editions for North America. Rather than the physical extras we’ve got used to seeing with these collections, instead these cut-down versions will feature a rigid box, a set of art cards and a poster. On the bright side, this does mean we’ll be shelling out a bit less cash for our own Deluxe Editions. But as collectors ourselves, we know some of you will be missing the excitement of discovering which goodies you’ve got for display.

That aside, which releases are you most excited for? Here at the blog, we know we’ll be putting DanMachi down in our calendars.


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The Otaku Judge

Good to see that Manga are still bringing out some big titles despite the blow Funimation inflicted on their business. I am interested in checking out Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?


Just to add to that, they announced on Twitter that Digimon Tri had been delayed and so will also now be a May release.