First ‘Revolutionary Girl Utena’ Blu-ray Release from Nozomi Ent. Scheduled for October 3, 2017

A limited edition collection of all 39 episodes and the film will be released on December 5, 2017.

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Nozomi Entertainment announced the October 3, 2017, release of Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Student Council Saga on Blu-ray via press release earlier today. Additionally, the Revolutionary Girl Utena 20th Anniversary Ultra Edition Complete Series Blu-ray Collection will be released on December 5, 2017, and will include all 39 episodes from the three sagas, the film and limited edition items. All episodes and the film will be presented with English LPCM audio and Japanese LPCM audio with English subtitles. The series was directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara and animated by J.C. Staff.

The Revolutionary Girl Utena 20th Anniversary Ultra Edition Complete Series Blu-ray Collection will include a special deluxe 20th Anniversary Edition box, a replica Rose Seal ring, a replica Black Rose Seal ring and an art book with more than 250 pages. The on-disc extras will include the textless opening and ending animation sequences, a live action video and TV spot for the opening single, trailers, animated art galleries, Japanese staff commentary for episodes 37-39, full-length movie commentary by director Kunihiko Ikuhara, karaoke versions of the dueling themes, behind-the-scenes footage of the movie with the English cast and interviews with director Kunihiko Ikuhara, Tomoko Kawakami (Utena), Yuriko Fuchizaki (Anthy) and the English cast. The extras and artwork are subject to change. This set has a suggested retail price of $224.99 USD.

The Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Student Council Saga
Blu-ray Collection contains the first 12 episodes of the series. The on-disc extras include the first textless opening and ending animation sequence, the TV spot for the opening single and other TV spots. This set has a suggsted retail price of $49.99 USD.

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