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November 2014 release slate unveiled by Section23 Films

Log Horizon
Log Horizon
© Mamare Touno, Kadokawa/NHK, NEP

Earlier today, anime distributor Section23 Films revealed the planned release slate of titles that their client, anime publisher Sentai Filmworks, will be releasing in the month of November 2014.

Beginning on the 4th, anime fans can look for “Hidamari Sketch: Hoshimittsu” on Blu-ray ($59.98), “Jewel Bem Hunter Lime” on DVD ($19.98), “Natsuyuki Rendezvous” on Blu-ray ($59.98) and the “High School of the Dead” collector’s edition in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack ($149.98). The following week, on the 11th, will see the release of “My Mental Choices are Completely Interfering with My School Romantic Comedy” on DVD ($49.98) and Blu-ray ($59.98), along with “Stella Women’s Academy” on Blu-ray ($59.98). “Jewel Bem Hunter Lime” and High School of the Dead” will include both English and Japanese voice options, with English subtitles, while “Hidamari Sketch: Hoshimittsu”, “Natsuyuki Rendezvous”, “My Mental Choices are Completely Interfering with My School Romantic Comedy” and “Stella Women’s Academy” will be in Japanese with English subtitles only.

The second half of the November 2014 releases begins on the 18th, with two titles, “Tari Tari” on Blu-ray ($59.98) and “I Couldn’t Become A Hero, So I Reluctantly Decided to Get a Job” on DVD ($49.98) and Blu-ray ($59.98). The final week of releases, on the 25th, also sees the release of two anime series, the complete first season of “Amagami SS” on DVD ($69.98) and Blu-ray ($89.98), and the first “Log Horizon” collection on DVD ($59.98) and Blu-ray ($69.98). “Tari Tari”, “I Couldn’t Become a Hero, So I Reluctantly Decided to Get a Job”, and “Amagami SS” will be in Japanese with English subtitles, while “Log Horizon” will include both English and Japanese audio options, along with English subtitles.

This is the current, planned release slate for November 2014 from Sentai Filmworks, the dates are always subject to change. It does appear that November will be a great month for picking up previously released anime on Blu-ray, and the “High School of the Dead” collector’s edition definitely has me curious.