During its industry panel at Anime Boston today, anime publisher Aniplex of America unveiled its release plans for three of its upcoming anime series, the second season of “Nisekoi,” the third season of “Wagnaria!!,” and “Plastic Memories.”
“Nisekoi 2” will be released in two Blu-ray sets, presented in Japanese with English subtitles, with the first containing episodes one through six, and the second including episodes seven through twelve. Volume one ($74.98) is expected to be available on June 21, 2016, and volume two ($74.98) will follow in August, on the 23rd. Both sets will include eight collectible illustration cards, and feature packaging illustrated by character designer and chief animation director, Nobuhiro Sugiyama.
To learn more about “Nisekoi,” you can visit the anime’s official page. The manga series that the anime is based on, is currently published in North America by Viz Media.
“Wagnaria!!3” is also going to be released in two Blu-ray sets, featuring Japanese audio and English subtitles, with the first set including episodes one through seven, and the second coming with episodes eight through thirteen, and a special episode. The first volume ($89.98) is expected to hit stores on June 28, 2016, and the second set ($89.98) follows on Aug. 30, 2016. Both sets will include collectible illustration postcards, clear Blu-ray cases with two-sided wraps, and a package illustrated by character designer, Shingo Adachi.
To learn more about the series, you can visit the official site. “Wagnaria!!3” is the third season of the slice-of-life anime series, the previous two seasons were published in North America by NIS America.
Two volumes seem to be the pattern in today’s announcements, as “Plastic Memories” will also be released in two Blu-ray sets, featuring Japanese audio and both English and Spanish subtitle options. The first volume ($89.98) will include episodes one through seven, and releases on July 19, 2016. The second volume ($74.98) will follow on Sep. 27, 2016, and includes episodes eight through thirteen.
Both volumes will include collectible illustration cards, clear Blu-ray cases with two-sided wraps, and a package illustrated by character designer Chiaki Nakajime. Volume one will also include two exclusive talk session clips of the cast and staff discussing the production and recording process, while volume two will include web previews, as well as staff and a cast memorial message book, with messages from some of the actors and staff. To learn more about “Plastic Memories,” you can visit the anime’s official page.