Aniplex of America to Relase Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack!


Aniplex of America to Release Horror Animation Film GYO:Tokyo Fish Attack! on DVD

 

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©  Junji Ito, Shogakukan/Anime Bunko

SANTA MONICA, CA (June 2, 2013) – Anime fans who are in the mood for a more bizarre and
chilling experience this summer would not need to look any further. At their recent industry
panel at A-Kon, Aniplex of America Inc. announced its release plans for the horror animation
film GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack! in North America. The DVD featured in an original reversible
cover will include the original Japanese audio with English subtitles. The DVD is scheduled for
release on July 9th. Pre-orders for this product will be available through Rightstuf.com and
Aniplex’s official retailers (AniplexUSA.com/retailers) from Monday June 3rd.

GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack! is an adaptation of a popular manga by Junji Ito, the Japanese horror
manga artist notably famous for works such as Tomie and Uzumaki. ufotable, internationally
known for their highly popular animated works such as Fate/Zero and the film series the Garden
of sinners, is the animation studio in charge of its production. GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack! has been
featured at numerous film festivals last year including the Terracotta Festival, Fantasia
International Film Festival, New York Asian Film Festival, and the Asian Film Festival of
Dallas.

Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack! DVD features:

DVD

  •  1 DVD disc (TRT: 70 min)
  •  Video: 16:9, Letter Box MPEG2
  •  Audio: Japanese (Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1ch Surround)
  •  Subtitles: English
  •  Rating: 16 UP

GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack! can be pre-ordered and purchased at:
Right Stuf: http://www.rightstuf.com/

Product number and UPC bar code

TitleStreet DateSKU #UPCSRPStore price
GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack!July 9AOA-3701850527003271$37.98$29.98

 

 

For detailed information, please visit:
www.AniplexUSA.com/gyo

About GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack!
A devastating, disgusting “Death Stench” is spreading across Japan, creating deadly mutant fish
as it covers the land!

The country is being invaded by ferocious fish with sharp metal legs, hell-bent on death and
destruction! Amidst the carnage, Kaori embarks on a desperate quest to find her missing
boyfriend before he is lost to the mayhem that is sweeping the land. Facing four-legged killer
sharks, machine driven squid and the myriad dangers of Tokyo, now an urban war zone, Kaori
must find the truth behind these mechanical monsters and face an evil greater than she ever could
have imagined.

Based on the popular manga from the master of the macabre, Junji Ito (Tomie, Uzumaki), Gyo:
Tokyo Fish Attack! is a bizarre thrill-ride that has to be seen to be believed.

AniplexUSA.com/gyo

About Aniplex of America Inc.
Aniplex of America Inc. (Santa Monica, California) is a subsidiary of Aniplex Inc.
(headquartered in Tokyo, Japan), a group of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. and leading
provider of anime content and music production and distribution in Japan. Aniplex of America
has launched fan-favorite DVD and Blu-Ray releases such as Bakemonogatari, Durarara!!,
Puella Magi Madoka Magica, the Garden of Sinners and Blue Exorcist. The company’s
ever-growing line-up of shows includes our most recent titles, Sword Art Online, VALVRAVE the
Liberator, Magi, Oreimo 2, Oreshura and Vividred Operation.

www.AniplexUSA.com
www.youtube.com/aniplexUS

About Right Stuf
Currently celebrating its 26th year in business, Right Stuf, Inc. was one of the first players in the
U.S. Japanese Animation (“anime”) industry, as both an anime producer/distributor and a
retailer. Right Stuf works to promote knowledge of its own products, as well as the anime and
manga industry, through its online storefront at RightStuf.com and a variety of media including
podcasts and special publications.

www.RightStuf.com.

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Samantha Ferreira

Samantha Ferreira is Anime Herald’s founder and editor-in-chief. A Rhode Island native, Samantha has been an anime fan since 1992, and an active member of the anime press since 2002, when she began working as a reviewer for Anime Dream. She launched Anime Herald in 2010, and continues to oversee its operations to this day. Outside of journalism, Samantha actively studies the history of the North American anime fandom and industry, with a particular focus on the 2000s anime boom and bust. She’s a huge fan of all things Sakura Wars, and maintains series fansite Combat Revue Review when she has free time available. When not in the Anime Herald Discord, Samantha can typically be found on Bluesky.

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