This year is a huge year in terms of anime releases; be it for sequels to previously existing series, brand new series, or movies you really need to catch up on from last year – there’s a ton you’ll want to buy, and if you aren’t a collector, now is definitely the time to start. With that in mind, we’ve gone ahead and gathered up our top picks. here’s a rundown of the best anime blu rays to watch and buy in 2018
What better way to say ‘I love you’ on Valentine’s Day than buying a copy of a game about giant naked humanoid monsters who eat people? 365 Games is letting customers take 10% off their purchases today by using the code LOVE during checkout, an offer which will make Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom cheaper than ever on Xbox One or PS4.
Cult phenomenon the X-Files is now available in over at Zavvi for £32.99. You’ll get all nine seasons plus the two movies. Following the cosmic exploits of the infamous Mulder and Sculley, one who wants nothing more than to believe, the other a hardened skeptic, the show looks at a range of surreal unsolved cases. If you’ve ever had an interest in aliens, government conspiracies, the paranormal, and cryptozoology, the X-Files is worth a look!
Zoom has begun offering a range of one-day only deals on selected Blu-ray and DVD sets over the past few weeks. Specifically, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Today’s offer is particularly good – the Blu-ray box set of Star Trek The Original Series for £25 (or DVD for £20). You can get an extra 10% off if it’s your first order, too, by entering the code SIGNUP10 at checkout.
Futurama seemed to be the unkillable television show. It survived being cancelled, it made it through a series of made-for-tv animated features and came back with a vengeance before finally, ultimately retiring of its own accord. Now you can own every last season of the show in one DVD box set, all for £19.99. You probably should, too.