Aniplex of America Prepares to Launch Pre-Orders for "the Garden of sinners" Blu-ray Disc Box Standard Edition Import

Pre-orders Launch Monday ahead of November release

This Monday, Aniplex of America launches pre-orders for an import standard edition Blu-ray box set of seven anime movie series adaptation of TYPE-MOON co-founders Kinoko Nasu and Takashi Takeuchi's The Garden of sinners.  


Disc Spec:
Spoken Language: Japanese
(Linear PCM 5.1 surround & Linear PCM Stereo)
Subtitles: Japanese & English
Aspect ratio: 16:9 widescreen
Episodes: 7 movies & Bonus “Final Chapter: the Garden of sinners”
Number of Disc: 8 BD discs
Total Run Time: Approx. 530 min.
Rating: 16 UP

Bonus Contents
 “Final Chapter: the Garden of sinners” on Disc 8
 “Pre-show Reminder” Videos

Bonus Materials and Package
 Leaflet of key visuals of each movie
 Rigid Box Illustrated by Takashi Takeuchi
(Original Character Design)
SRP $399.98
Sales Price $319.98

Coming 11/10




“the Garden of sinners” is a series of hit cult novels written by KINOKO NASU of TYPE-MOON (“Tsukihime -Lunar Legend-,” “Fate/stay night”) and published in the KODANSHA BOX series. The best-selling novel series has since been adapted into seven fully-animated theatrical films by one of the most renowned anime studios, ufotable (“Fate/Zero,” “Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works]”). Each corresponding movie directly covers each of the original seven chapters. In Japan, the series of movies were released in theaters, beginning December 2007. Each successive release became a box office smash with record high attendance.

After lying in a coma for two years caused by a traffic accident, Shiki Ryougi awakens with amnesia. Inexplicably, she finds, in turn, that she has also obtained the “Mystic Eyes of Death Perception” in which she can see the invisible lines of mortality that hold every living and non-living thing together. Working for a small independent agency, Shiki attempts to unravel the baffling mystery behind a series of abnormal, horrifying incidents. Are they a foreshadowing that leads to something even more tragic and ominous? Things are not what they appear to be on the surface, but what dark revelations lie underneath? In this modern occult-action thriller, Shiki must tackle supernatural incidents with her special abilities while searching for her purpose for living.


via @WTK


Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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