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Your Name 4K Blu-ray Released Monday

posted on by Andrew Osmond
Also Collectors Blu-ray/DVD of Anemone: Eureka Seven: Hi - Evolution, fifth Hunter x Hunter Blu-ray set and standard edition of Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt: Bandit Flower

On Monday June 21, Anime Limited will release the 4K edition of Makoto Shinkai's film your name., sold exclusively on the Zavvi and All The Anime websites. It will include the film both on a 4K and a standard Blu-ray disc. It will also include a 28-page art booklet and four art cards.

Anime Limited will release a Collectors Blu-ray/DVD edition of Anemone: Kōkyōshihen Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution (Anemone: Eureka Seven: Hi - Evolution), the second film in the Eureka Seven: Hi - Evolution trilogy. The set contains a 160-page art book.

For the first time in the Eureka Seven franchise, the film is set in Tokyo. The film centres on Anemone, a girl who lost her father in a battle in Tokyo seven years prior to the film's story, leaving her with only her stuffed toy Gulliver, and the AI concierge Dominikids for emotional support. Now she is a key part of a strategy by the experimental unit "Acid" to combat the seventh Eureka, "Eureka Seven," an enemy of humanity that has killed 2.6 billion people. Driven to the brink, all of humanity entrusts its hope to Anemone as she dives deep into the interior of Eureka Seven.

The staff remained mostly the same as the first film, but added Takuhito Kusanagi and Fumihiro Katagai as designers. Shigeru Fujita and Ayumi Kurashima remain credited as character animation director, but were also credited as sub-character designers. Kenta Yokoya was credited as mechanical animation director and design works, while previous mechanical animation director Shingo Abe was credited as one of the main animators, alongside Hideki Kakita, Shuichi Kaneko, Ken Ootsuka, and Nobuaki Nagano.

Manga Entertainment will release the fifth set of Hunter x Hunter on Blu-ray, carrying episodes 119 to 148.

Anime Limited will also release a standard Blu-ray edition of Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt: Bandit Flower, the feature film compiled from the second Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt online series.

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