Risky Safety DVD vol. 2 ContestAnime News Network
and AN Entertainment
are happy to give you the chance to win a copy of the Omishi Magical Theater Risky Safety
Volume 2 DVD! We are picking ten winners, and to make it easy for you, all you have to is submit your info in the form below. Winners of recent contests—with contest dates ending on or after July 3th, 2003—are not eligible to enter this contest.
Don't know enough about the show? AN Entertainment
's provided a brief blurb to help you out:This volume of Risky Safety deepens the relationships between Moe, Risky and Safety; introduces new character Koiuji, the divine caretaker of the local Love Shrine; and reveals the secret reason for Risky and Safety's unusual entanglement. Witty and subtle parodies and references to Star Wars Episode 1, Star Trek, Mobile Suit Gundam, Austin Powers, Rurouni Kenshin and even the era of classic silent cinema will enthrall genre fans. DVD features include reversible covers with a 'Risky' side and 'Safety' side, clean ending animation, dubbing outtakes, translation notes and a bonus Fan Art gallery!
One entry per person, household and/or email address. Entries must be submitted prior to October 31, 2003 at midnight EST. Ten winners will be randomly selected on or before November 14, 2003. If you win, you'll be contacted via email. Multiple entries will be immediately disqualified.Contest ClosedThe Fine Print: Anime News Network reserves the right to cancel this contest at any time (Unlikely to happen). Contest is open to any and all residents of the planet Earth and neighbour parallel dimensions, but prizes will only be shipped within the continental United States and Canada (So if you win, but you live in Antarctica, you have to arrange to have it sent to someone living in the appropriate area, and they can send it to you.) Contestant names, e-mail and mailing addresses will not be given out to any one and will be erased when the winners have been confirmed. Non-winners will not be contacted, spammed or harassed in any way. We reserve the right to retroactively add new rules when and how we see fit.