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  • WTK
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    Shinovi Master Vol.4 cover

    LINK | packaging shot

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  • WTK
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    Originally posted by WTK View Post
    larger cover art: LINK | packaging shot

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  • WTK
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    Shinovi Master Vol.3 cover

    http://senran2.tv/bddvd/vol03.php

    cover art + packaging shot


    EDIT (larger cover art): LINK | packaging shot

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  • WTK
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    Shinovi Master Vol.2 cover

    http://senran2.tv/bddvd/vol02.php

    cover art + packaging shot

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  • WTK
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    Shinovi Master Vol.1 cover

    http://senran2.tv/bddvd/index.php

    cover art + packaging shot


    EDIT (larger cover): flat cover | packaging shot
    Last edited by WTK; 01-17-2019, 07:30 PM.

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  • WTK
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    Senran Kagura Shinovi Master

    Amazon Japan listings (includes Amz JP exclusive volumes)

    v1: January 30, 2019. 12 eps.
    - v1 to v4 BDs: 9000yen + tax each
    - v1 to v4 DVDs: 8000yen + tax each

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  • WTK
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    Originally posted by WTK View Post
    http://senran.tv/news/#news99


    Amazon Japan listing

    BD-Box: 22000yen + tax. September 26, 2018.
    https://moca-news.net/article/201809...090900300e_/01
    - cover art + packaging shot
    - artwork preview

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  • WTK
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    http://senran.tv/news/#news99


    Amazon Japan listing

    BD-Box: 22000yen + tax. September 26, 2018.
    Last edited by WTK; 07-13-2018, 07:25 PM.

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  • WTK
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    Re: Senran Kagura

    ^ cover + packaging shot

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  • WTK
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    Re: Senran Kagura

    Originally posted by WTK View Post
    Amazon Japan listing

    Looks to be the OVA that will come with JP PS4 & PS Vita.

    standalone BD: 6480yen. April 24, 2015.
    http://senran.tv/products/ova.html

    http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/product/ZMXZ-9967
    Blu-ray release of an ova from anime & game series "Senran Kagura." Produced by Hoods Entertainment of "The Qwaser of Stigmata." Features 20 popular female voice artists such as Hitomi Harada, Asami Imai, Yu Kobayashi, Eri Kitamura, Ai Kayano, Yuka Iguchi, and more. Comes with a special leaflet.

    Special Feature / Bonus Track: promotional videos

    First Press Detail: illustrated covers, special drama CD, four illustration cards, code to get items to use in the game "Senran Kagura Estival Versus - Shojo Tachi no Sentaku - (PS4/PS Vita)" (system requirements unknown)

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  • Hayate Kurogane
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    Re: Senran Kagura

    Originally posted by WTK View Post
    Amazon Japan listing

    Looks to be the OVA that will come with JP PS4 & PS Vita.

    standalone BD: 6480yen. April 24, 2015.
    Ah. That's good and convenient of them to plan and announce a standalone release in advance, so I don't spend extra money on a game that I actually can't play at the moment just to get the OVA for completeness' sake.

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  • WTK
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    Re: Senran Kagura

    Amazon Japan listing

    Looks to be the OVA that will come with JP PS4 & PS Vita.

    standalone BD: 6480yen. April 24, 2015.

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  • kijakusai
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    Re: Senran Kagura

    Originally posted by Hayate Kurogane View Post
    Well, I just keep telling myself that if Zexcs managed to turn itself into a studio capable of decent animation, then Artland must also be able to eventually.
    New Artland is usually regarded as a gross-uke company (a subcontractor that makes 1 episode), and even as a gross-uke company, it is often said that an episode which Artland makes is a cause of anxiety/disappointment. Yeah, whether new Artland can become an anime studio which is able to deal with full series well remains to be solved in the future.
     

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  • Hayate Kurogane
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    Re: Senran Kagura

    Originally posted by superdry View Post
    Originally posted by Hayate Kurogane View Post
    Originally posted by superdry View Post
    Even if the show turns out to be mediocre, the extras bundled with the BDs are mighty tempting.
    I'm really happy with what's been listed. I feel sometimes like Media Factory doesn't come through with enough bonus stuff for their releases, given where they sit on the price spectrum, so this release is looking good. Interesting that it looks like the nicest items are quite limited, which has become less of a trend in recent years; setting aside CD Japan's first-press designation, which is something they use almost as a default whenever they're not sure, the Amazon Japan pages do make a point of mentioning the limited nature of the artboxes, booklets, digipak packaging and posters.
    The bonus stuff they give out are pretty standard (at least the few shows I do own from them), so, yup, this is a nice release. Regarding limited editions being limited, only Geneon limited editions are truly limited editions (I don't think they solicit regular and limited edition at the same time usually...I can't remember).
    The last Media Factory show I imported was Ben-To, and while each volume did come with extra little pack-in things, none of them were anything to get really excited about. At any rate, it's unusual for Amazon Japan to go out of their way to warn customers about items except in actual first-press situations, which this seems to be; while those aforementioned bonus items are specified as items that not everyone might get, the drama CD will still come with each copy, so there are a couple of levels here.

    Limited in general does still mean limited in the sense that only a finite number of units with associated bonus items was produced, though since you never can tell how well a show will sell and how many copies were produced in the first place, it's tough to get a sense of what's going on unless an LE actually sells out, and then one can make a very rough estimate from things like the Oricon sales numbers to date about how many copies were produced. Several of the LEs for the first season of Kyoukaisen-jou no Horizon actually did sell out some months ago, while the RE versions that were solicited alongside each LE volume are still available. I haven't tried to estimate what the production run might have been, but regardless, it just reinforces the best lesson in these situations is: buy early!

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  • superdry
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    Re: Senran Kagura

    Originally posted by Hayate Kurogane View Post
    Originally posted by superdry View Post
    Even if the show turns out to be mediocre, the extras bundled with the BDs are mighty tempting.
    I'm really happy with what's been listed. I feel sometimes like Media Factory doesn't come through with enough bonus stuff for their releases, given where they sit on the price spectrum, so this release is looking good. Interesting that it looks like the nicest items are quite limited, which has become less of a trend in recent years; setting aside CD Japan's first-press designation, which is something they use almost as a default whenever they're not sure, the Amazon Japan pages do make a point of mentioning the limited nature of the artboxes, booklets, digipak packaging and posters.
    The bonus stuff they give out are pretty standard (at least the few shows I do own from them), so, yup, this is a nice release. Regarding limited editions being limited, only Geneon limited editions are truly limited editions (I don't think they solicit regular and limited edition at the same time usually...I can't remember).

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