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Chaika - The Coffin Princess, Samurai Flamenco, Magi Released Monday

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Plus a Blu-ray edition of Naruto Shippuden Blood Prison

On Monday December 21, Animatsu will release Chaika - The Coffin Princess on both DVD and Blu-ray. Sentai Filmworks previously described the story:

The end of the war with the Gaz Empire only meant unemployment for former Saboteur Toru Acura. So when he collides with fate in the form of a young girl carrying a coffin through a forest, it doesn't take much convincing for Toru and his similarly inclined step-sister Akari to join young wizard Chaika on her bizarre quest: to collect the scattered body parts of the former Emperor.

Anime Limited will released the first volume of Samurai Flamenco on both DVD and Blu-ray. The story involves Masayoshi Hazama, a male model who has always wanted to become a superhero since he was a kid. He decides to fight crime in the name of justice as Samurai Flamenco. However his secret identity as a model is discovered by police officer Hidenori Gotō and together they discover the responsibilities of being a champion of justice in the world.

Takahiro Omori (Natsume's Book of Friends, Baccano!, Princess Jellyfish) directed the series while Chinatsu Kurahana (Uta no Prince-sama - Maji Love 1000%, Aquarion Evol original character designs) designed the characters. Hideyuki Kurata(Oreimo, Now and Then, Here and There, The World God Only Knows) handled the series composition and Yoshimitsu Yamashita (Mushibugyō, Blade of the Immortal, Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom~) adapted Kurahana's character designs for animation. Manglobe (Samurai Champloo, Karneval, Deadman Wonderland) produced the series.

Manga Entertainment will release Magi The Kingdom of Magic Season 2 Part 2, on both Blu-ray and DVD. This is a continuation of Magi - The Labyrinth of Magic, adapted from the Arabiain nights fantasy adventure manga by Shinobu Ohataka.

Manga Entertainment will also release a Blu-ray edition of Naruto Shippuden Blood Prison, the fifth feature film spun off from the Naruto Shippuden TV series.


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