Special Editions of Tsurune, No Game No Life, and More Coming from Sentai Filmworks

Right Stuf rolls out five new home video releases

 

Clear some space on your shelf, because some of your favorite titles are coming home on Blu-ray!

 

Right Stuf has unveiled five Sentai Filmworks releases coming to their catalog soon, including three premium sets:

 

 

Archery anime Tsurune is getting the premium treatment, with all 14 episodes on two Blu-ray discs. The Limited Edition release comes with a chipboard case, 88-page booklet, five art cards, and an archery target poster. Pre-orders are open for $64.99; the standard Blu-ray is also available for $45.49. Both versions start shipping on January 28.

 

 

First up of their two new steelbook releases is sibling isekai adventure No Game No Life. All 12 episodes will be included, as well as character commentaries, shorts, creditless OP/ED, Japanese promos and commercials, and behind-the-scenes features. Pre-orders are $64.99, with the set due to be released on January 21.

 

 

Also getting a steelbook release is MONSTER MUSUME: Everyday Life with Monster Girls. All 12 episodes of the monster girl series, plus the two OVAs, will be included in the set, as well as music videos, TV spots, promos, and creditless OP/ED. The set is $64.99 and will be released January 21.

 

 

Sci-fi mecha series The Price of Smiles will be receiving a standard Blu-ray release. The 12-episode series, about two girls on opposite sides of a vicious war, will also include creditless OP/ED. The set is available for pre-order for $38.99, and comes out January 14.

 

 

Last but not least is the Blu-ray release of The Girl in Twilight, from the multimedia franchise celebrating Animax's 20th anniverary. The interdimensional shoujo series is available for $38.99, and comes with creditless OP/ED and Japanese promos. The set goes on sale January 7.

 

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Source: @rightstufanime

 

 

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Kara Dennison is a writer, editor, and interviewer with bylines at VRVWe Are Cult, Fanbyte, and many more. She is also the co-founder of Altrix Books and co-creator of the OEL light novel series Owl's Flower. Kara blogs at karadennison.com and tweets @RubyCosmos.

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