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2011-07-22 (Japan, DVD 1)
2011-07-22 (Japan, DVD 2)
2011-07-22 (Japan, DVD 3)
2011-08-26 (Japan, DVD 4)
2011-08-26 (Japan, DVD 5)
2011-09-30 (Japan, DVD 6)
2011-09-30 (Japan, DVD 7)
2011-10-28 (Japan, DVD 8)
2011-10-28 (Japan, DVD 9)
2011-11-25 (Japan, DVD 10)
2011-11-25 (Japan, DVD 11)
2011-12-21 (Japan, DVD 12)
2011-12-21 (Japan, DVD 13)
2012-01-27 (Japan, DVD 14)
2012-01-27 (Japan, DVD 15)
2012-02-24 (Japan, DVD 16)
2012-02-24 (Japan, DVD 17)
2012-03-23 (Japan, DVD 18)
2012-03-23 (Japan, DVD 19)
2012-04-27 (Japan, DVD 20)
2012-04-27 (Japan, DVD 21)
2012-05-25 (Japan, DVD 22)
2012-05-25 (Japan, DVD 23)
2012-06-22 (Japan, DVD 24)
2012-06-22 (Japan, DVD 25)
2014-12-12 (Blu-ray Box 1)
2015-03-13 (Blu-ray Box 2)
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