Anime licensor and publisher Discotek Media held its second ever industry panel during this weekend's AnimeNext convention in Atlantic City and did not disappoint with licenses as the company revealed its latest slate. Hit the jump for the details.
Florida-based American anime distributor Discotek Media recently announced that they have licensed the 2nd series of the Lupin III TV anime for U.S. home video release. Hit the jump to learn more.
Vampires, vampires, everywhere! Discotek Media has a hot slate of home video releases planned for June 2015, including such titles as Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust, Darkstalkers, and Strike the Blood, among others. Hit the jump for the details.
Discotek Media's April line-up includes a mix of classic and contemporary anime. Hit the jump to learn more.
Following the Discotek title news, even bigger news from the licensor as it has entered into a partnership with Crunchyroll to release select titles from its library on home video starting later this year. Hit the jump for details.
Licensor Discotek Media previously teased that it would announce some new titles last month and it did not disappoint, announcing 9 new titles and a new crowdfunding idea for its fans to consider. Hit the jump for details.
Discotek Media busted out some more announcements via Facebook, topped off with the license of the School Days anime series and its Magical Heart Kokoro-chan OVA. The 12-episode series and spin-off is coming on June 24 in Japanese with English subtitles. More on that and other releases after the jump.
Discotek Media has announced on Facebook plans to release plans to release 1989's first Lupin III TV special, Bye Bye Liberty Crisis, 1993 fantasy comedy OVA Dragon Half, the anime adaptation of Masakazu Katsura's (Zetaman, I"s) sci-fi sex comedy DNA^2 and the OVA adaptation of fighting game series Fatal Fury. More after the jump.
Discotek Media's subsequent announcement for the day has come from the nearly forgotten mists of Saturday morning cartoon lineups, as the distributor has announced plans to release of the Japanese-Canadian-Argentinean co-production CyberSix, which previously aired on the Fox Kids block in 1999. Hit the jump for all of the details.
90's anime fans, Discotek Media has another title that's sure to jog your memories, as the distributor has announced that it has acquired the license to the 1994 Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture feature-length anime. Hit the jump for even more details.
A longtime fan-favorite anime gets rescued from license limbo! Discotek Media has announced their acquisition of Great Teacher Onizuka--hit the jump for details and the release date, as well as some other titles that Discotek has set for future release!
Discotek Media has announced plans to release a collection of the anime movie adaptations of Akira Toriyama's pre-Dragon Ball comedy, Dr. Slump. One through five will be released with English subtitled and Japanese language audio. More after the jump.
If we could just put "Super Fighting Robot... Mega Man!" here for an entire paragraph, we would. Discotek Media has licensed a cult favorite, the Ruby-Spears animated adaptation of the Blue Bomber, Mega Man! Hit the jump for the release window and a look back the show!
Discotek Media continues to surprise older fans of anime, and this latest announcement is no exception, as it has confirmed the license to an obscure 90's OVA in Mighty Space Miners, which never saw a domestic DVD release and was released back when ADV Films dealt with VHS. Hit the jump for all of the details, including how the OVA was once featured on MTV.