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  Release Info Gentlemen, Start Your DVD Drives!

Anime News Network reports  that distributor Discotek Media has licensed Toonami original series IGPX (among other cool things) for DVD release in 2015.
Previously released by the now-defunct Bandai Entertainment, Discotek is releasing the series with both English and Japanese languages.

  Posted by Nobuyuki on Sunday, November 23 @ 06:43:57 EST (739 reads)
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  Release Info Zatch Bell relicensed in the U.S. (UPDATE)

New Video Group has obtained the rights to Zatch Bell and will be releasing a series collection on DVD on November 5. According to MVD, it will be released on twelve discs.

Whether the release will be the complete series or just the episodes released by Viz (104 out of its 140 episodes) remains to be seen.

UPDATE: Right Stuf indicates that it will just be the first 104 episodes. (Thanks to Nobuyuki for pointing this out in the comments.)

The DVD set will have a retail price of $99.95, but if you preorder on Amazon, you can get a discount.

  Posted by Daikun on Sunday, July 28 @ 02:44:37 EDT (5259 reads)
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  Release Info Blue Sub #6 Brought Out of Mothballs

Discotek Media has announced the acquisition of old Toonami favorite Blue Submarine No. 6 for a remastered DVD release later this year, with a Blu-Ray release currently projected by year's-end.

The series was originally released by Bandai Entertainment on VHS and DVD, and Discotek will include the Bandai-produced English dub in their release, as well as in Japanese with English subtitles.

  Posted by Nobuyuki on Friday, February 01 @ 21:18:27 EST (564 reads)
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  Release Info Still Haven't Bought All That Gundam You've Wanted?

Then stop dithering and get it while you can, as Bandai Entertainment has announced they will be exiting the North American DVD distribution business after November 30, 2012, with a final "Lights Out!" date of March 1, 2013.

So long, and thanks for all the mechs!

  Posted by Nobuyuki on Friday, August 31 @ 17:39:35 EDT (1458 reads)
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  Release Info FUNimation Boards the Blu-Ray Train: First Stop... Broly! (UPDATED)

In an IGN article published last week querying the possibilities of US anime companies moving toward distributing High-Definition video releases, FUNimation came out as solidly in the Blu-Ray Disc camp, with hints of a possible HD release before year's end, and details to be announced at next weekend's Comic-Con in San Diego.

This weekend however may have brought their first release to light. A listing at AAA Anime indicates that FUNi plans to release a DBZ Broly Movie Blu-Ray Double Feature on November 13th, at a list price of $34.98.

No other details are currently listed, although reports of Funi's Otakon panel from this weekend confirms the Blu-Ray announcement will be made at Comic-Con.

UPDATE 07-26: A press release announcement from FUNimation lists the two movies as Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan and Broly: Second Coming, remastered directly from the original 35mm Japanese film in high-definition, digitally restored video and enhanced with an all-new 5.1 surround sound mix. All the special features on the disc are in full 1920 x 1080p HD, including a featurette about the restoration, remastering and high definition processes called "Dragon Ball Z: A New Look."

  Posted by Nobuyuki on Sunday, July 22 @ 06:35:27 EDT (4664 reads)
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  Release Info Warner Bros. (Finally!) Announces 'Samurai Jack - Season 4' Release

TV Shows on DVD has information regarding the release of the fourth and final Samurai Jack DVD set, due August 28th. The 2-disc set will include the final 13 episodes and creator commentary among the extras.

Suggested retail price will be $29.98.

  Posted by Nobuyuki on Tuesday, May 01 @ 18:47:27 EDT (7117 reads)
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  Release Info 9-18-07: Never Forget

Warner Home Video, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation have announced the release of the first in their series of original direct-to-DVD movies based on classic DC Comics' stories, Superman Doomsday, scheduled to reach store shelves on September 18, 2007 for a suggested retail price of $19.98.

Produced by Bruce Timm (Justice League Unlimited, Batman: The Animated Series) and written by Duane Capizzi (The Batman, The Batman vs. Dracula), Superman Doomsday features the voices of Adam Baldwin (Independence Day) as Superman, Anne Heche (Men in Trees) as Lois Lane and James Marsters (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) as Lex Luthor. The PG-13-rated, 74-minute-long feature will be presented in widescreen with a Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack.

(Click "Read More" for plot summary and details of the included bonus features)
  Posted by Nobuyuki on Sunday, March 04 @ 18:18:43 EST (3062 reads)
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  Release Info "Teen Titans Season 3" DVD Set For April

According to information at TV Shows on DVD, Teen Titans - The Complete 3rd Season will be released April 10th as a 2-disc set containing 13 episodes covering the team's fight with Brother Blood and the formation of Titans East.

Suggested retail price is $19.99.

  Posted by Nobuyuki on Tuesday, February 20 @ 16:34:34 EST (11030 reads)
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  Release Info FUNimation releases FAQ for upcoming DBZ Season Sets

In response to a flood of questions, speculation and reaction from fans following the announcement of the pending remastered Dragonball Z Season Sets, FUNimation has released a FAQ outlining the details of what fans can expect when the first set hits shelves in February.

Among the noteworthy facts:

- three soundtracks (English with the original Japanese music and effects (in 5.1 Stereo Surround), English with  the FUNi-produced TV broadcast music, and Japanese with the original Japanese music and effects

- the first set wiil consist of 39 episodes comprising the entire "Vegeta Saga" spanning six discs (up from five discs in the original information)

- an explanation and comparative stills regarding the 4:3 to 16:9 widescreen transfer these new sets will contain

While certain that some will still be unsatisfied, hopefully this will help fans decide whether to support this new, and for the forseeable future, definitive release.

  Posted by Nobuyuki on Wednesday, December 20 @ 18:20:04 EST (7196 reads)
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  Release Info DBZ Ready to "Rock Your Wallet" With New Remastered Boxsets

FUNimation Entertainment has announced that it has digitally remastered in high definition and restored the entire Dragon Ball Z series, all 291 episodes. The Dragon Ball Z Season Sets will be available at a suggested retail price (SRP) of $49.98 at major retailers nationwide with the first set to be released on February 6, 2007.

The first Dragon Ball Z Season Set includes 39 episodes on five DVDs with over 900 minutes of action. For the first time, fans will be able to listen to the original Japanese score with either the original Japanese dialogue or the English dialogue. There is also a special "making of" section for the new high definition Dragon Ball Z masters. Other special features for the Dragon Ball Z Season Sets include revised English dialogue and a brand new 5.1 surround audio mix.

(Click "Read More" for the full press release)

  Posted by Nobuyuki on Monday, November 13 @ 14:24:04 EST (3364 reads)
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