HomeAnime & MangaAnime NewsThe List of Madman's Anime Releases of April 6, 2016

The List of Madman’s Anime Releases of April 6, 2016

Madman Entertainment has several anime releases coming out in stores across Australia tomorrow. The following list details all of those releases.
  • Bleach Limited Edition Bankai Box 3 (contains episodes 230-303) – DVD only.
  • Bleach Limited Edition Bankai Box 4 (contains episodes 304-366) – DVD only.
  • Bleach DVD Movie Collection – DVD only.
  • DRAMAtical Murder Complete Series – DVD only.
  • Free! – Eternal Summer (Season 2 & OVA) – Standard Edition DVD and Blu-ray and Limited Edition Combo Pack.
  • Gundam Reconguista in G Part 2 – DVD only. It features episodes 14-26 with Japanese audio and English subtitles only.
  • Lord Marksman and Vanadis Complete Series – DVD and Blu-ray.
  • Love Live! School Idol Project Season 2 – Standard Edition DVD and Limited Edition Blu-ray.
  • Naruto Shippuden Collection 25 – DVD only. It contains episodes 310-322.
  • One Piece Collection 36 – DVD only. It contains episodes episodes 434-445.
  • Samurai Pizza Cats Complete Series – DVD only.
  • Sword Art Online II Part 4 – Standard Edition DVD and Blu-ray and Limited Edition DVD and Blu-ray.
  • Tokyo ESP Complete Series – DVD and Blu-ray.

All of the limited edition releases come with physical extras. The limited edition Bleach Bankai boxes each come with a collector’s booklet. The limited edition release of Free! Eternal Summer comes with a character booklet and an Iwatobi and a Samezuka sticker sheet. This, and the DVDs and Blu-rays, will all be housed in collector’s packaging. The limited edition Blu-ray release of Love Live! School Idol Project Season 2 will come with a character guide booklet. The limited edition Blu-ray releaes of Sword Art Online II Part 4 will come with an artbook and postcards.

K. Roberts
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From November 2014 to September 2017, this author covered as much anime news as possible, and published several dozen reviews of anime and Cartoon Network titles thanks primarily to Madman and Hanabee.