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Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (Blu-ray Box + RG 1/144 Full Armor Unicorn Gundam Plan B) (Complete Edition) (First Press Limited Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
| Kaida Yuko
| Fujimura Ayumi
| Sawano Hiroyuki
Based on Fukui Harutoshi's light novel series, Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn is the latest anime addition to the Gundam franchise. The story is set mainly in Universal Century 0096, three years after the events of Char's Counterattack, with references back to U.C. 0001 and the Laplace Incident. Directed by Furuhashi Kazuhiro (Rurouni Kenshin) with Takashi Kumiko (Card Captor Sakura) on character design and Sayama Yoshinori, Ishigaki Junya, and Genba Nobuhiko on mecha design.
This edition comes with the complete seven-episode theatrical OVA on Blu-ray in a special storage box with a RG 1/144 "Full Armor · Unicorn Gundam" Plan B, a script, a New Best Soundtrack CD, a special booklet and nine bonus discs containing special features and Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Re: 0096, the 22-episode television anime series re-edited from Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn
Macross Delta The Movie: Gekijou no Walkure (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
| Suzuki Saeko
| Kawamori Shoji
| Suzuki Monori
Part of the iconic Macross sci-fi mecha franchise, Macross Delta is set eight years after the events of Macross Frontier. In the year 2067 when humanity has spread across the galaxy, in the far-off Brisingr Globular Cluster, a strange affliction known as Vars Syndrome is causing people to lose their minds. To combat the spread of the Vars Syndrome, idol group Walkure, a tactical unit formed by five girls, uses music to neutralize the symptoms of those affected, while the Delta Squadron does battle against the Aerial Knights Valkyrie fighter team who are harnessing the infection to aid their war against the New United Government.
Macross Delta The Movie: Gekijou no Walkure recompiles and edits scenes from the 2016 Macross Delta anime series with new scenes to form a feature-length film.
This edition comes with a 52-page booklet and a postcard.
Shiki Oriori (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) DVD Region All
Following the massive success of Your Name, CoMix Wave Films presents three beautifully animated stories of youth, longing and nostalgia in Shiki Oriori (a.k.a. Flavors of Youth). The animation studio collaborated with China's Haoliners Animation to create an anthology set in Hunan, Guangzhou and Shanghai. Using the unique beauty and culture of each Chinese metropolis as backdrop, the three short stories bring out the stirring sentiments and breathtaking images the studio is known for.
In Hidamari no Choshoku, a young man working in Beijing reminisces of his childhood in Hunan. He warmly recalls living in the countryside with his grandmother and the bowl of traditional rice noodles that she used to make for breakfast. The short is based on director Yi Xiaoxing's own essay and experiences.
Takeuchi Yoshiki, the CG chief of Shinkai Makoto's works, directs Chiisana Fashion Show about two sisters in Guangzhou who lost their parents at a young age. One a model and the other a vocational student, the two have grown up relying on each other, but a divide forms between them because of their differing plans for the future.
Set in director Li Haoling's hometown, Shanghai Koi tells a story of first love and missed opportunity that begins in the 1990s. Years later, an incident brings the protagonists back together.