And another one bites the dust, sadly.
On Friday, Right Stuf announced that NIS America’s release of Fusé: Memoirs of a Huntress is going out of print. NIS America first brought the title to market in May 2014 as a Premium Edition.
Fusé: Memoirs of a Huntress adapts Kazuki Sakuraba’s Fuse Gansaku: Satomi Hakkenden novel. The title was directed by Masayuki Miyaji (Xam’d: Lost Memories) at TMS Entertainment, with Ichiro Okouchi (Berserk: The Golden Age, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion) writing the screenplay.
NIS America describes the film as:
Hamaji (Minako Kotobuki), a young huntress from the mountains, stumbles into the middle of a shogun’s vendetta against a group of human and dog hybrids, the Fusé. Rumors of Fusé murdering innocent people in the bustling city of Edo have sparked a bounty for their heads. Along with her brother, Hamaji joins the hunt for this dangerous quarry, but after accidentally befriending one of them, Hamaji is torn between two worlds: her life as a self-reliant huntress, and the young woman her new friend has helped her to uncover.
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