Magic Knight Rayearth: Part 2 - Blu-ray Collector's Edition
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Based on the manga from the world famous, CLAMP, the second part of Magic Knight Rayearth comes to the Blu-ray for the first-time in the UK!
Synopsis: Following their epic adventure, Hikaru, Umi and Fuu have been reunited with their families at last... but their story is still far from over. Returning to their original meeting place at Tokyo Tower, the three girls once again find themselves transported to the magical world of Cephiro, where their abilities are called upon once again.
With Princess Emeraude missing, the land is now under attack from three different nations, and only our intrepid trio of schoolgirls and their impressive powers stand in the way of catastrophe as Cephiro seeks a new Pillar to restore its balance.
Old friends are reunited in this continuation of Magic Knight Rayearth.
Includes episodes 28-49 of the TV series with English and original Japanese with English subtitles viewing options over three Blu-ray discs.
Plus, on a bonus DVD, the 3-episode OVA, Rayearth, with both English and original Japanese with English subtitles viewing options.
Comes pack in a rigid case with a digipack to hold all four (3 x Blu-ray + 1 x DVD) discs, plus 5 character specific art cards.
On-disc extras: Next Episode Previews; Bumpers; Recaps & Omake Endings; English Pilot Openings & Endings Collection; Trailers & Promotional Spots; Interviews with English Cast & Crew; English Outtakes & Greetings; Production Art Gallery; Storyboards; Mokona’s Song and even an Episode 49 English Dub Director Commentary.
release date as possible once stock is available.
Release Date: 24/08/2020
BBFC Cert: 15
Format: Blu-ray + Bonus DVD
Region: B | 2
Audio: English, Japanese
NOTE: This is a Limited Edition product. There will be no reprinting of this product. Once it appears as out-of-stock we do not expect there to be more stock available.
*Pillar Boxed video: When this series was made it was before 16x9 became standard for anime. As such is was animated for viewing on older 4:3 ratio televisions. To retain its originally intended video size, black bars will appear at the sides of televisions.
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