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Section23 Films unveils December 2014 slate

Infinite Stratos II
© 2014 Sentai Filmworks

Yesterday, anime distributor Section23 Films revealed the planned slate of anime releases that fans can look forward to seeing available this December, from publisher Sentai Filmworks.

The first week of December’s releases will be on the 2nd, and will include the “Diabolik Lovers” complete collection on DVD ($29.98), a “Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions” DVD/Blu-ray combo pack collector’s edition ($129.98), and “Queen’s Blade ~ Beautiful Warriors” on DVD ($29.98) and Blu-ray ($39.98). The following week, on the 9th, will be just as busy as Sentai Filmworks releases, “EF ~ A Tale of Memories & Melodies” on DVD ($79.98) and Blu-ray ($99.98), “Hiiro no Kakera ~ The Tamayori Princess Saga” on DVD ($79.98) and Blu-ray ($99.98), “Infinite Stratos II” on DVD ($59.98) and “Okamikakushi ~ Masque of the Wolf” on Blu-ray ($59.98). “Diabolik Lovers”, “Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions”, “Queen’s Blade ~ Beautiful Warriors”, “EF ~ A Tale of Memories & Melodies”, “Hiiro no Kakera ~ The Tamayori Princess Saga”, and “Infinite Stratos II” will all be available with both English and Japanese voice options and English subtitles, while “Okamikakushi ~ Masque of the Wolf” will be in Japanese with English subtitles only.

The second half of December will only have four releases, and they will all be available on the 16th, “Detroit Metal City” on Blu-ray ($39.98), “Hidamari Sketch SP” on Blu-ray ($24.98), “Reideen” collection one on DVD ($49.98) and “The Ambition of Oda Nobuna” on DVD ($59.98) and Blu-ray ($69.98). “The Ambition of Oda Nobuna” will be in both English and Japanese with English subtitles, while “Detroit Metal City”, “Hidamari Sketch SP” and “Reideen” will be in Japanese with English subtitles only.

This is Sentai Filmwork’s current planned release slate, all of these dates are subject to change. For the time being though, it looks like there will be plenty for anime fans to look forward to, just in time for Christmas. Personally, I’m looking forward to “Infinite Stratos II”.

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