News Anime Limited Updates
posted on 2015-01-27 09:00 EST
Anime Limited has confirmed more details on its March titles and its schedule into June.
Kill La Kill Part 2 [Collector's Edition on DVD and Blu-ray] This will contain episodes 10 to 19 over 2 discs. This package will come with a rigid art box, a digipack housing the discs and an art book (over 200 pages). Outside Japan, the UK will be the only territory where this art book will be available. It will have subbed and dubbed soundtracks, clean Opening and Ending titles and Web Previews.
Voices Of A Distant Star/The Place Promised In Our Early Days Double Pack (DVD and Blu-ray editions). Both DVD and Blu-ray will be packed in a standard amaray case, including a 12-page booklet and a reversible sleeve design.
Wings Of Honneamise (standard DVD edition, plus Collector's Edition containing DVD and Blu-ray). The Collector's Edition will come with a rigid box, a digipack and a 20-page booklet.
Anime Limited adds that 'As things stand the film will be presented in its complete uncut form, however (all going well) we are intending to make the scene that was removed from the original UK home video release (many years ago) chapter marked to make it easy for those who don't want to watch it to skip past it.' The scene in question involves a sexual assault, and was cut from the Manga Entertainment VHS edition to secure a 'PG' certificate.
HAL [Standard Edition] (DVD, Blu-ray)
Gekijō-ban Tiger & Bunny -The Rising- [Collector's Edition] (DVD+Blu-ray combi)
Kill La Kill Part 3 [Collector's Edition] (DVD, Blu-ray)
Nerima Daikon Brothers (DVD only)
June 8 (provisional release date)
Baccano Complete Series [Collector's Edition] (Blu-ray only)
Space Dandy Season 2 [Collector's Edition] (DVD, Blu-ray)
Space Dandy Season 2 [Standard Edition] (Blu-ray only)
Space Dandy Complete Season 1 & 2 Set (DVD only)
[provisional release date] Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (DVD, Blu-ray)
Regarding Gurren Lagann Ultimate Edition digipack replacements, Anime Limited says 'Our supplier is hoping to start sending the next wave of digipacks before the end of this week (w/c 26th January.) This isn't to say they will have all be sent out during this week, but the process will be underway. We fully appreciate it's been a long wait for some of you and once again we apologise for the delay.'
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