Nozomi Entertainment has announced the upcoming release of Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Apocalypse Saga Blu-ray Collection, the third and final saga in the series. Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Apocalypse Saga Blu-ray Collection will be available December 5, 2017. Also, a Revolutionary Girl Utena 20th Anniversary Ultra Edition Complete Series Blu-ray Collection will be available December 5, 2017 and will include all three sagas (39 episodes) plus the theatrical feature, complete with other limited edition items such as a replica Rose Seal Ring, a replica Black Rose Seal ring, and a 264-page art book.
The first of the three sagas in the series, Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Student Council Saga Blu-ray Collection, will be available October 3, 2017 and the second of the three sagas in the series, Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Black Rose Saga, will be available November 7, 2017.
REVOLUTIONARY GIRL UTENA: THE APOCALYPSE SAGA BLU-RAY COLLECTION
- Directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara
- Anime Production by J.C. Staff
- The hit anime that inspired the best-selling shojo manga by Chiho Saitō that redefined the genre
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As the final duel rapidly approaches, the Student Council’s will to continue is beginning to waver. After all, End of the World’s identity and motives remain a mystery. And Utena, fueled by her desire to protect Anthy, continues to prevail over the feeble ambitions that drive the Student Council to fight. But the Council’s ambitions are reignited when they hear a sound. At first, it’s faint, but soon it becomes clear: The promised revolution is within reach – and the duels must go on. And what of Utena’s own ambition? To become a prince, the duels may be only one of the trials she has yet to face.
The third of three sagas in the series, The Apocalypse Saga contains Episodes 25-39 of Revolutionary Girl Utena and Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie.
Special Features: TV Series extras: Animated art gallery, interviews with Director Kunihiko Ikuhara, interview with actresses Tomoko Kawakami (“Utena”) and Yuriko Fuchizaki (“Anthy”), interviews with the English-language cast, Japanese staff commentary for Episodes 37-39, dueling themes karaoke, TV spots, and trailers. Movie extras: Full-length movie commentary by director Ikuhara, behind the scenes with the English cast, TV spots, and trailers.
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