Right Stuf To Re-Release Junjo Romantica 2 On 10/7/2014


Source: Right Stuf
Summary:

Right Stuf announced that they will re-release Junjo Romantica 2 on October 7, 2014. The released will be a reduced-priced Litebox edition that will be priced at $44.99.

Extra features will include the following:


  • US Trailer
  • TV Spots
  • DVD Commercials
  • Clean Opening
  • Clean Closing


Right Stuf announced that they will re-release Junjo Romantica 2 on October 7, 2014. The released will be a reduced-priced Litebox edition that will be priced at $44.99.

Extra features will include the following:


  • US Trailer
  • TV Spots
  • DVD Commercials
  • Clean Opening
  • Clean Closing

Junjo Romantica  2 Litebox Cover - 20140709Junjo Romantica 2 © 2008 Shungiku NAKAMURA・KADOKAWASHOTEN/Romantica Club!!JUNJO ROMANTICA 2 (Season 2)
Format: DVD(Litebox)Pre-Book: 9/9/2014

Street Date: 10/7/2014

Runtime: 300 minutes

Genre: Drama / Romance

Suggested Rating: 17+

 

Audio: Japanese (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)

Subtitles: English subtitles, plus English on-screen translations

Video: 16:9, Color

Catalog #: RSDVD1416

ISBN: 1-57032-676-2

UPC: 7-42617-1416-2-1

SRP: $44.99

 

Disc Count: 3

Case Qty: 30

NOZOMI ENTERTAINMENT Announces the Litebox-style DVD Release of JUNJO ROMANTICA 2 

GRIMES, IA, July 9, 2014 — Anime producer Nozomi Entertainment is pleased to announce that JUNJO ROMANTICA 2 (Season 2) will be available on October 7, 2014.

This new value-priced DVD set will feature the series’ complete 12-episode second season with Japanese audio, English-language subtitles and English on-screen translations. On-disc extras will include Season 2 U.S. trailer, TV spots, DVD commercials, clean opening, clean closing and Nozomi Entertainment trailers.

“Nozomi has done a solid job with this release as it’s one of the more accessible boys-love shows out there with some solid production values to it and fun characters.”Mania

Based on Shungiku Nakamura’s  best-selling boys’ love (yaoi) manga, the Junjo Romantica anime consists of two seasons (a total of 24 episodes) and features direction by Chiaki Kon (When They Cry – Higurashi) and animation by Studio DEEN (Gravitation).

The romantic comedy stars a cast of veteran voice actors, including Takahiro Sakurai (“Suzaku” in Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion), Hikaru Hanada (“Raul” in Ergo Proxy), Kentarou Itou (“Renji” in Bleach), Nobutoshi Canna (“Tasuki” in Fushigi Yûgi), Kazuhiko Inoue (“Eiri Yuki” in Gravitation), and Daisuke Kishio (“Kaname Kuran” in Vampire Knight).

Spanning more than 12 collected volumes, Nakamura’s original comic has been serialized in Japan’s Asuka Ciel magazine since 2002.

Visit romantica.rightstuf.com for more information about the Junjo Romantica anime series.

About JUNJO ROMANTICA 2 (Season 2):

Three intertwining love stories threaten to unravel as each couple struggles to find its own path.

Romantica: College student Misaki and his unlikely lover, the eccentric novelist Usami, are slowly growing closer. But their relationship could be in trouble when Usami’s older brother appears, and the two begin to vie for Misaki’s attention!

Egoist:  Nowaki loves Hiroki with all his heart, but sometimes, he’s afraid Hiroki doesn’t feel the same way. When Nowaki asks Hiroki for permission to address him by his real name, as others do, Hiroki flatly refuses. To Nowaki, this is just another reminder of the invisible gap that separates them… a gap that he must close, if they’re ever going to truly be a couple.

Terrorist: Miyagi is growing anxious. Shinobu used to be relentless in his devotion, but recently, the relationship has gone quiet. As a 35-year-old university professor, is Miyagi really content with living at the mercy of a younger man whose actions are still such a mystery?

DVD Features:
Season 2 U.S. trailer, TV spots, DVD commercials, clean opening, clean closing and Nozomi Entertainment trailers.

*Cover Art: http://outgoing.rightstuf.com/sleeves/rsdvd1416.jpg
Junjo Romantica 2 © 2008 Shungiku NAKAMURA・KADOKAWASHOTEN/Romantica Club!!

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About Nozomi Entertainment

Introduced in 2007 as an official re-rebrand of the Right Stuf video production division, Nozomi Entertainment is recognized by discerning anime fans as a company focused on creating collector-grade releases for audiences of all ages. The Nozomi team works on a limited number of fan-favorite titles each year to ensure each Nozomi release is the absolute highest quality possible. Nozomi then combines these releases with exceptional packaging, art assets and video extras.

A small sampling of the Nozomi lineup includes: Astro Boy, Kimba, Princess Knight, The Rose of Versailles, ARIA, The Irresponsible Captain Tylor, Dirty Pair, Ninja Nonsense, The Third: The Girl With the Blue Eye, His and Her Circumstances, Emma: A Victorian Romance and Revolutionary Girl Utena.

Visit www.nozomient.com for additional information.

About Right Stuf, Inc.

Founded in 1987, Right Stuf, Inc. is among North America’s largest publishers, distributors and retailers in the anime and manga marketplace. One of the industry’s original pioneers, Right Stuf operates a multinational mail-order catalog and one of the trade’s most recognized Internet storefronts, rightstuf.com. Right Stuf also works in a variety of media vehicles that include video streaming, podcasts and special publications. Included under the Right Stuf corporate umbrella is print publisher, Right Stuf On-Demand, and video production labels Nozomi Entertainment, Lucky Penny and 5 Points Pictures.

Visit www.rightstuf.com for additional information.

 

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