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FUNimation Announces August 2014’s Anime DVDs & Blu-rays

FUNimation have announced what animes they’ll be releasing on DVD and Blu-ray this August, and it’s good news for fans of Dragon Ball Z, Toriko, and A Certain Scientific Railgun S.

Shorewood Blu-ray OcardThe company will kick off the month with Dragon Ball Z: Season 6 on Blu-ray, which will be out August 5th. Besides including episodes 166 through 194, this collection will also include interviews with Eric Vale and Cynthia Cranz, both the original and U.S. trailers, as well as textless versions of the opening and closing songs. Amazon has the set listed for pre-ordering for $24.99.

Also coming August 5th is Freezing: The Complete First Season as a DVD/Blu-ray combo pack. Along with the season’s dozen episodes, this two-disc set will also include actor commentaries, promotional videos, commercials, both the Japanese and U.S. trailers, and textless songs. It will be available via Amazon for $27.98.

FUNimation will then release Heaven’s Lost Property Forte: Season 2 as a DVD/Blu-ray combo pack on August 12th. This two-disc set will also present twelve episodes, as well as actor commentaries, both the original and U.S. trailers, and textless songs, and is currently available for pre-ordering through Amazon for $33.98.

The following week sees the release of A Certain Scientific Railgun S: Season 2, Part 2 on DVD. Along with episodes thirteen through twenty-four, this two-disc set will also include commentaries on episodes fifteen and nineteen, textless versions of the opening and closing songs, and both the original Japanese trailer and the U.S. one. It is available from Amazon for $49.99.

Finally, FUNimation will conclude the month with the August 26th release of Toriko: Collection 1 on DVD. A four-disc set, this not only has the first twenty-six episodes, but also commentaries, textless songs, and both the Japanese and U.S. trailers. Amazon has it for pre-ordering, with the set listed at $31.48.

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As always, you can learn more about these and their other anime DVDs and Blu-rays by visiting FUNimation’s website.


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