Strange+ Blu-ray to Include Unaired Episode

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Crunchyroll is streaming the slapstick gag anime as it airs in Japan

The Amazon Blu-ray listing for the Strange+ slapstick anime reveals that it will include an unaired episode.

The Blu-ray release will include all 12 episodes, the bonus episode, and an eight-page booklet.

The series revolves around a teenaged boy named Kō, who came to the slums to search for Takumi, his missing big brother who ran away six years ago. The brothers reunite, and it turns out that Takumi now heads the Mikuni Detective Agency. Kō wants to bring Takumi back, but he doesn't want go back home himself. So, he starts working at the agency, doing odds and ends.

Crunchyroll is streaming the series as it airs in Japan. The anime is scheduled for two seasons.

Verno Mikawa launched the manga in the inaugural issue of Zero-Sum in 2002, and has been drawing it ever since. Ichijinsha published the 14th compiled book volume of the manga last month. Spinoff chapters ran in the 36th issue of Zero-Sum Ward magazine on November 16 and on the Zero-Sum Online website on November 10 and December 10. Mikawa also launched the Mimi Koko Momo gag comedy in Gentosha's Comic Spica magazine last month.

Thanks to Rachel S. for the news tip

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