Aniplex USA Offers Granblue Fantasy, Eromanga Sensei, Oreimo Blu-ray Sets
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Aniplex of America announced at its Kawaii-Kon panel on Friday that it will release the Granblue Fantasy, Eromanga Sensei, Oreimo, and Oreimo 2 television anime series on Blu-ray Disc. The Blu-ray Disc sets for all the series will have Japanese audio with English subtitles, and Granblue Fantasy will also add an English dub and Spanish subtitles.
The Japanese and English casts for Granblue Fantasy stars:
- Gran: Yūki Ono / Kyle McCarley
- Lyria: Nao Tōyama / Kira Buckland
- Vyrn: Rie Kugimiya / Sandy Fox
- Katalina: Miyuki Sawashiro / Erica Lindbeck
- Rackam: Hiroaki Hirata / Kyle Hebert
- Sierokarte: Emiri Katō / Faye Mata
- Io: Yukari Tamura / Jackie Lastra
- Drang: Tomokazu Sugita / Ray Chase
- Sturm: Kanae Itō / Katelyn Gault
- Rosetta: Rie Tanaka / Allegra Clark
- Eugen: Kazuhiro Yamaji / Richard Epcar
- Djeeta: Hisako Kanemoto / Erika Harlacher
Granblue Fantasy will ship in two US$79.98 volumes on May 15 and July 17. Each volume will include an original soundtrack CD composed by Nobuo Uematsu (Final Fantasy games), a deluxe booklet (with character, prop, and background art), and exclusive illustration cards. Volume 1 will contain television episodes 1-7 and textless opening and ending sequences, while volume 2 will contain television episodes 8-12 and two "Extra" episodes exclusive to home video.
Eromanga Sensei will ship in two US$49.98 volumes on June 12 and August 14. Each volume will include web previews, textless opening and ending sequences, a special booklet, box illustrations by character designer Hiroyuki Oda, and Blu-ray case illustrations by the novel illustrator. Volume 1 will contain television episodes 1-6, trailers, and commercials, while volume 2 will contain television episodes 7-12.
Oreimo will ship in two US$129.98 complete season sets on May 29 and August 21. Each set will include illustration cards and box and jacket illustrations by by the novel illustrator. The first season set will contain 12 television episodes, four original video anime (OVA) episodes including episode #12.5 "TRUE ROUTE," and in-character commentary animations for all 16 episodes. The second season set will contain 13 television episodes, three original video anime (OVA) episodes, previews and short movies with SD characters, and "Gal-ge" style short movies.