It has been announced that Winter 2015 anime Seiken Tsukai no World Break (World Break: Aria of Curse for a Holy Swordsman) will get a blu-ray box set. The box comes in a sleeve case illustrated with characters from the anime. It is scheduled to come out on March 24, 2017.
The original work is a fantasy novel by Akamitsu Awamura released under GA Bunko. It is the story of the new Saviors at Akane Gakuen, whose memories of their previous lives are awakened inside of them. The focus is on Moroha Haimura, who is the powerful main character with not one, but two previous lives to remember.
The anime was directed by Takayuki Inagaki (Noucome,Time Bokan 24). The series composition was handled by Hiroshi Yamaguchi, also known for his work at Rosario+Vampire and Gingitsune. The character designer is Masakazu Ishikawa (Problem children are coming from another world, aren’t they?, Noucome). The production studio will be Diomedia (Squid Girl,Kantai Collection).
The anime included some famous seiyuu in its cast: Kaito Ishikawa from Gargantuan on the Verdurous Planet voices the hero, and Ayana Taketatsu lends her voice to the heroine. Other cast members include Yuki Aoi, Yui Ogura, and Maaya Uchida. Also, the vocal unit petit milady formed by Taketatsu and Aoi sang the opening theme Hi no ito rinne no GEMINI.
The blu-ray box set includes 12 episodes on 6 disks. The sleeve case, which has an anime design printed on it, comes with a special pin-up poster. Other special bonuses in the disks include the music video to Seiken tsukai no world break ‘saikyo’ no taheru anatomia, the opening and ending sequences without credits, an ads collection of the series, and more. The price will be around JPY 18,000.
This anime has an extravagantly strong main character who will take you on an incredible adventure. It is the road that leads to a new kind of fantasy, so look forward to this experience!
Anime ‘Seiken Tsukai no World Break’ Blu-ray box set
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