A lot of mainstream product changed their release dates this week and the Amazon/Disney relationship means we can’t directly link Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker or The Current War directly, but they also came out this week. Other than that, there’s The Assent and anime.

Angel’s 3Piece Complete TV Series
Amazon
Comments A music producer is approached by a trio of aspiring grade-school aged musicians for help putting on a concert at their orphanage.
Anti-Magic Academy: The 35th Test Platoon
Amazon
Comments Adaptation of two-volume manga about a military group that hunts supernatural threats.
Aria the Scarlet Ammo: Season One (Anime Essentials)
Amazon
Assent
Amazon
B Gata H Kei: Yamada’s First Time – The Complete Series (Anime Essentials)
Amazon
Comments Slice-of-life comedy anime about a girl who is looking for a possible romantic partner to have sex with.
Fire Force: Season 1 – Part 1
Amazon
Comments New anime based on a manga from the creator of Soul Eater
Lupin the IIIrd: Fujiko’s Lie
Amazon
Comments Continuation of the Lupin the Third films spinning off from A Woman Called Fujiko Mine.
The Wonderful Adventures of Nils Holgersson
Amazon
Comments Anime adaptation of the Swedish novel of the same name.
To Love Ru: Season 1
Amazon
Comments In spite of what the cover art would imply, this is not hentai – it’s just very fanservicy (especially considering the original manga ran in Shonen Jump).
Urahara: The Complete Series (Anime Essentials)
Amazon
Comments Girls band together to save Harajuku from alien invaders.
Wise Man’s Grandchild: The Complete Series
Amazon
Wise Man’s Grandchild: The Complete Series
Amazon
Comments Isekai (reincarnation into another world) anime series where the young man claimed by Truck-Kun ends up being adopted by a powerful wizard. Limited edition comes with art cards, bookmarks, and a 120 page artbook with a manga and short story.

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “Whatever you buy this week, please, for the love of whatever you believe in, do not buy the Blu-Ray release of Fist of Fear, Touch of Death. Let that movie die.” Blaine says, “I’ll own Star Wars someday, but it’ll still be available when non-essential shopping is a thing again.”