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'Why the hell are you here, Teacher!?' Manga's 9th Volume Also Bundles DVD

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
DVD with "content not able to be broadcast on TV" ships on December 6

The official website for the anime of Soborou's Nande Koko ni Sensei ga!? (Why the hell are you here, Teacher!?) manga revealed that a limited-edition version of the manga's ninth compiled book volume will bundle a DVD. The DVD will include uncensored versions of episodes 9 to 12 of the anime and a 32-page full-color booklet. Amazon's listing for the volume also states that it will include "content not able to be broadcast on television." The manga's ninth volume will ship on December 6.

The manga's seventh and eighth volumes similarly bundled DVDs with the same content description. The seventh volume shipped on June 20, and the eighth volume shipped on September 6.

The anime's Blu-ray Box will ship on December 11 with a bonus unaired episode. The box's two Blu-ray Discs will include the "complete, no-holds-barred edition" of all 12 episodes of the television anime, along with the unaired 13th episode. The box will also include the original soundtrack CD, the clean versions of the opening and ending theme songs for each teacher, a collection of promotional videos and commercials, an exclusive booklet with a newly drawn manga by Soborou, and other bonus extras.

The television anime premiered in Japan on April 7. Sentai Filmworks licensed the anime and streamed it on HIDIVE and Crunchyroll. Sentai Filmworks will stream an English dub for the anime, and will also release the anime uncensored on home video.

Sentai Filmworks describes Why the hell are you here, Teacher!?:

Ichiro Sato is about as average as a student can get… except for his above-average ability to land himself in totally awkward, intensely risqué situations with his no-nonsense teacher, Kana Kojima! Ichiro has his hands full dealing with these steamy shenanigans and unexpected encounters in the most unlikely places. At least it can't get any worse, right?

Soborou launched the erotic romantic comedy manga in 2016. Before that, Soborou published the manga as a series of one-shots under the title Golden Times.

Sources: Why the hell are you here, Teacher!? anime's website, Amazon via Ota-Suke


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