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New U.K. Home Releases on Monday

posted on by Andrew Osmond
New home releases include several standard Blu-rays from Anime Limited and a collected edition of Fate/Apocrypha

On Monday May 13, Anime Limited will release standard Blu-ray editions of the following three titles: Food Wars! Season 1 (pictured right, carrying the first 24 episodes of the series), Beautiful Bones -Sakurako's Investigation- (pictured left) and Flowers of Evil (pictured below left). The three series have each been previously released by Anime Limited in Collectors' Blu-ray formats.

In addition, MVM is releasing a Collector's Blu-ray edition of the 2017 series Fate/Apocrypha (pictured right). It will carry the 25 episodes of the series on two Blu-rays. The series is described as follows:

"The Black Faction seized the Greater Grail for the sake of the clan's most earnest wish to symbolize its independence from the Mage's Association. The Mage's Association gathers the Red Faction in order to thwart such ambitions. Taking place in Trifas, Romania, the Great Holy Grail War that takes place between 14 Heroic Spirits summoned by the two factions transforms thanks to Shirou Kotomine, one of the Masters of the Red, who is also the Overseer for this Great War."

In addition, one further Anime Limited release has been listed on the company's most recent schedule for a May 13 release, but it has not been confirmed on the company's X feed and has not appeared on other online retail websites as of writing.

This is Anime Limited's Collector's Blu-ray edition of Atsuko Ishizuka's series A Place Further Than the Universe. It has been described by the company as containing the series on three Blu-ray discs, as well as including the soundtrack on two CDs, a 92-page booklet, four art cards and an A3 poster. It will also include the English dub of the series, recorded by Studio Nano in 2022.

The anime's story centers on high school girls going to the South Pole, "a place further than the universe." They struggle and grow together as they cope with extreme conditions. The project reunites the staff from No Game, No Life: Atsuko Ishizuka (Goodbye, Don Glees!) directed the series, and Jukki Hanada was in charge of series composition and writing the script.

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