Out This Week – 16th October 2017

Does anyone else feel that October is already moving too fast? Either way, we’ve reached the halfway mark and with that, the month of October is set to get real busy. This week, however, will act as a kind of calm before the storm and we’re definitely getting excited but before the likes of MCM London Comic Con and Halloween are upon us let’s check out the latest retail releases.

Up first this week is Manga Entertainment and their release of Beyond The Boundary The Movie: I’ll Be Here – Past Chapter/Future Arc which heads to Blu-ray and DVD today. The first of the two movies “Past Chapter” serves as a recap of the TV series with the second movie “Future Arc” being an all-new story leading on from the finale of the first movie.

All the Anime continue to feed us more Gundam this time in the form of Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ Part 1 on Blu-ray and like previous releases comes with a limited edition box. Also, coming you’re way this week is MVM Entertainment’s release of the Norn9 Collection which is available on both Blu-ray and DVD.

As for manga release this week there’s a handful of titles available including Gangsta: Cursed.InuyashikiTokyo Ghoul: re and more.

Anime Releases

16/10 Beyond The Boundary The Movie: I’ll Be Here – Past Chapter/Future Arc Blu-ray / DVD Manga Entertainment
16/10 Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ Part 1 Blu-ray All the Anime
16/10 Norn9 Collection Blu-ray / DVD MVM Entertainment


Manga Releases

17/10 Alice & Zoroku 2 Seven Seas Entertainment
17/10 Beasts of Abigaile 2 Seven Seas Entertainment
17/10 Gangsta: Cursed. 3 Viz Media
17/10 Ghost Diary 3 Seven Seas Entertainment
17/10 Helvetica Standard Bold (Nichijou) Vertical Comics
17/10 Hatsune Miku Presents: Hachune Miku’s Everyday Vocaloid Paradise 1 Seven Seas Entertainment
17/10 Inuyashiki 9 Kodansha Comics
17/10 Nekogahara: Stray Cat Samurai 3 Kodansha Comics
17/10 Terra Formars 19 Viz Media
17/10 Tokyo Ghoul: re 1 Viz Media
17/10 Ultraman 9 Viz Media


For full details on what anime and manga are coming out, this month check out our anime and manga schedules. New schedules are published at the beginning of each month and are updated as much as possible throughout the month. Let us know what you’re picking up on Twitter and Facebook.