Kill la Kill, HAL, Koimonogatari Released Monday

posted on by Andrew Osmond
Also, documentary about the making of Takahata's Princess Kaguya

On Monday March 22, Anime Limited will release the second volume 'Collectors Edition' of Kill la Kill, in both Blu-ray (pictured) and DVD versions. It includes episodes 10 to 19 of the series, and a 212-page art book. There will be three volumes of the series.

Anime Limited will also release standard Blu-ray and DVD editions of HAL. The "near-future romance" follows a girl named Kurumi (voiced by Yōko Hikasa) who lost Haru (Yoshimasa Hosoya), a boy she liked, in a plane accident. A robot "Robo Hal (Haru)" turns into her substitute for Haru. Ryoutarou Makihara (storyboard and episode direction on Guilty Crown, The Tatami Galaxy) made his directorial debut with this film.

MVM will release the 6-part series Koinmonogatari, part of the Monogatari franchise. From the Anime-on-line website:

On January 1st, Hitagi Senjyogahara calls her nemesis, the con-artist Deishu Kaiki, to request his services, saying, "There is someone I'd like you to deceive." The request is a bitter choice for her to make, but one that would save her and her dear Koyomi Araragi from a "death sentence."

Kaiki starts to research his target, Nadeko Sengoku, the junior high school girl who became a god of North Shirahebi Shrine. As Kaiki investigates her background, he finds her secret that she has never told anyone before, including her beloved Koyomi Araragi. Can Kaiki save Hitagi and Koyomi before time is up?

Studio Canal is releasing the live-action documentary Isao Takahata and His Tale of The Princess Kaguya. This is a feature-length documentary about the production of Takahata's Studio Ghibl film The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, which is now screening at UK cinemas.

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