DAISY (daisyissosilly) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,

‘Sailor Moon Crystal’ Anime Digest Reveals Updated Animation

The official Sailor Moon YouTube channel has put together a new thirteen minute digest version of the first couple of episodes to keep awareness out there for the early episodes as we get the home video releases gearing up. The video is also useful for those wondering what kind of upgrades and reworkings we’re getting from the home video version as many releases do corrections and fixes when they prepare the home video release.

The series is set to debut its first volume in deluxe form a month ahead of the regular editions starting on October 15th, 2014 and November 12th, 2014 respectively. Releases will continue through to the end of 2015 to get it all out there. Each volume will contain two episodes of the series. Information on the first volume is that on-disc extras will include an audio commentary by Kotono Mitsuishi (the voice of Usagi/Sailor Moon), Momoiro Clover Z (who sing the opening and ending themes), and Kenji Nojima (the voice of Mamoru/Tuxedo Mask), as well as text-free versions of the opening and closings.

The limited edition version will come with first press edition materials of an original charm, a booklet, a music box, and an illustrated digipak. With the charm, you get more more pieces for the bracelet with each new installment released.

The series is priced at 8,100 yen for the first deluxe edition and the final volume while ongoing Blu-ray editions will be priced ta 7,200 yen for its thirteen volume run. The regular edition Blu-ray’s will be priced at 4,860 yen each and the DVD releases are priced at 3,780 yen each.

It has also been reported that different stores will be giving away exclusive items with purchase of the limited edition Blu-Rays.


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