Posted on August 12, 2011 AT 12:48am
FUNimation recently announced what animes and Japanese movie DVDs and Blu-rays they’ll be releasing this November.
The month kicks off with a pair of Dragon Ball Z releases, starting with Dragon Ball Z: Movie Pack 1 on November 1. This DVD collection will include the first five D.B.Z. films—Dead Zone, The World’s Strongest, The Tree Of Might, Lord Slug, and Cooler’s Revenge—and will retail for $29.96.
Then, on 11.8.11, Dragon Ball Z: Level 1.1 brings the original D.B.Z. series to Blu-ray. The set includes the first seventeen episodes, all of which have had their picture digitally-remastered for this collection. It will retail for $34.96.
The following week sees the release of Love Hina: Box Set: Classic which comes from Production I.G. (Ghost In The Shell). The four-disc collection will sell for $39.96.
That week also sees the release of Treasure Hunter, which stars Jay Chou from The Green Hornet. The live-action movie will be available on both DVD ($19.98) and Blu-ray ($24.98).
November 22 welcomes the release of Fairy Tail: Part One in a four-disc DVD/Blu-ray combo pack ($54.96), as well as Limited Edition version of the movie Hetalia: Paint It, White on DVD (29.96).
Ending the month, November 29 brings a pair of four-disc collections of Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040: Complete Series: Classic ($49.96) and One Piece: Collection Three (34.96), as well a three-disc Yu Yu Hakusho: Season Four: Classic on Blu-ray ($44.96) and the original movie Yu Yu Hakusho: OVA: Eizou Hakusho ($29.96).
FUNimation will also release a number of collections in their S.A.V.E. line (Super Amazing Value Edition), with four disc collections of Initial D: Stage Two & Three, Mushi-shi Box Set, Romeo X Juliet: The Complete Series, Blassreiter: Box Set, and Shuffle: Complete Box Set, all of which will retail for $29.96 each.
Last but not least, there’s Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City, the live-action film from director Takashi Miike (Audition, Ichi the Killer). It will be released on a three-disc DVD/BD combo set for $29.96.
For more details on these and other FUNimation releases, visit their website at http://funimation.com
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