Right Stuf, Nozomi Ent. Add Galaxy Angel A, Galaxy Angel AA, Galaxy Angel S Anime
posted on 2018-07-07 19:32 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
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Right Stuf and Nozomi Entertainment announced at their panel at Anime Expo on Saturday that Nozomi Entertainment has licensed the Galaxy Angel A, Galaxy Angel AA, and Galaxy Angel S anime, and will release those anime on Blu-ray Disc. The company also revealed that its release of Galaxy Angel Z will be available for pre-order starting on Sunday, and will ship on October 2.
The Galaxy Angel Z release will include all 19 episodes of the television series, a clean opening video, a clean ending video, a commercial collection, and a "Now I Get It!" Galaxy Angel Lectures Featurette. Nozomi Entertainment's Galaxy Angel Z release will include both English and Japanese audio. Bandai Entertainment previously released the series in North America.
Nozomi Entertainment describes the story:
The five Galaxy Angels are back with a mission for more gut-busting laughs! For their newest assignment, the girls must investigate a haunted mansion - but as it turns out, it's a hideout for thieves. Later, Ranpha receives free tickets to a wrestling match, but ends up facing Great Muscle, the strongest man in the universe, in the ring! Then, Milfeulle and Mint pick up a tribal leader who happens to have a costume of a fabled creature for the tribal festival. Mint can't help herself… She puts on the costume, and ends up the village celebrity!
The series premiered in 2002 as a sequel to Galaxy Angel, which Nozomi Entertainment released on Blu-ray Disc in February 2017.
Galaxy Angel A and its sequel Galaxy Angel AA aired in 2002-2003 (the first 26 episodes aired under the title Galaxy Angel A and episodes 27-52 aired under the title Galaxy Angel AA). The 12-minute Galaxy Angel S special originally launched in 2003. Bandai Entertainment released Galaxy Angel A and Galaxy Angel AA between 2005-2008, and released Galaxy Angel S in 2008.
Sources: Email correspondence, Right Stuf and Nozomi Entertainment panel at Anime Expo (Kalai Chik)
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