Gundam The Origin III Blu-Ray Pre-Orders Open 5/28/2016


Source: Animation Consortium Japan
Summary:

Animation Consortium Japan announced that they will open pre-orders for the Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin III Blu-Ray release on May 28, 2016. Pricing is still unknown, but customers who pre-order will receive a piece of original film from the project.


Animation Consortium Japan announced that they will open pre-orders for the Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin III Blu-Ray release on May 28, 2016. Pricing is still unknown, but customers who pre-order will receive a piece of original film from the project.

Daisuki Logo

MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM THE ORIGIN

 Blu-ray Disc Collector’s Edition ON SALE FROM MAY 28, 2016 ON DAISUKI.net!

Extra features/bonuses

  1. Storage box illustrated by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko (32.8cm x 32.8cm)
  2. Storyboards & setting art book (260 pages planned)
  3. Illustration sheet of the storage box illustration by Yasuhiko (planned to be box-sized)
  4. Cell & Line art illustrations book (10 pages planned)
  5. Sleeve (O-card) illustrated by Yasuhiko
  6. Booklet featuring comic text by Yasuhiko (32 pages planned)
  7. Special booklet (12 pages planned)
  8. Staff & cast audio commentary
  9. Trailers, PV, TV-Commercial, Video of the salutations on stage at the screening of Episode 2
 Gundam The Origin III BD Cover 001 - 20160127
 Gundam The Origin III BD Cover 002 - 20160127
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*The pictures are tentative images that may be different from the final product.

We will publish a more accurate product image when ready.

BONUS ON PRE-ORDERS!

Gundam the Origin III Pre-Order Bonus - 20160127Whom who pre-orders“MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM THE ORIGIN Ⅲ Blu-ray Disc Collector’s Edition”

from DASIUKI.net will receive an additional bonus item: a piece of film courtesy of BandaiVisual Club.

*Pre-orders start date will be announced later.

About Anime Consortium Japan Inc.

Anime Consortium Japan Inc. was established on November 7, 2014. The new company was created to develop a platform that will provide streaming service of official Japanese anime content and operate an e-commerce site to offer anime character-related goods to overseas fans.

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