FUNimation have announced the anime DVDs and Blu-rays they’ll be releasing this June.
The company will kick off the month with multiple versions of Attack On Titan: Part 1 on DVD/Blu-ray combo pack on June 3rd. All three editions will include a making-of featurette, commentary on two episodes, the original trailers, textless songs, and “Chibi Theater: Fly, Cadets, Fly!” In addition, a Limited Edition version will add a 3D lenticular art card, a digibook called “Notes From Beyond The Wall: Part 1,” while the Exclusive Collector’s Edition also has four pins, a replica of Eren Jaeger’s necklace, and a second necklace of Titan flesh paring blades. The standard version will retail for $49.98, the limited edition one will be $89.98, while the Exclusive edition is $128.98.
The following week sees the release of Date A Live: Complete Series in a DVD/Blu-ray combo pack, which will be available in both Limited Edition ($69.98) and regular flavors ($64.98), with both including actor commentaries, textless songs, and both their original and U.S. trailers, as well as Karneval: Complete Series on DVD/Blu-ray combo pack, which will also be $69.98 for the Limited Edition version, $64.98 for the regular one, and will also include actor commentaries, textless songs, and both their original and U.S. trailers.
Then, on June 17th, FUNimation will release Red Data Girl: The Complete Series ($54.98) on DVD. It too will come with actor commentaries, textless songs, and both the original and U.S. trailers.
Finally, June 24th ends the month with a one-two punch. First, there’s Dragon Ball Z: Season 5 on Blu-ray ($44.98), which will include interviews with Sonny Strait and Stephanie Nadolny, “Dragonball Z Retrospective: Part 4,” textless songs, and both the original and U.S. trailers.
That same day also sees the release of Code: Breaker: Complete Series. Also available in both Limited Edition ($69.98) and regular versions ($64.98), both will include actor commentaries, Japanese commercials, promo videos, TV spots, textless songs, and, once again, both the original and U.S. trailers.
As always, you can get more information about these and other anime DVDs and Blu-rays at FUNimation’s website.