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Submitted by Gekko 954d ago | news

Anime Limited Announce First Release: Cowboy Bebop DVD & Blu-Ray

After reaching 1,000 likes of Facebook, Anime Limited has announced that their first release will be Cowboy Bebop.

They said that it will be released in the third quarter of the year, on both DVD and Blu-Ray. The series has been released in the UK previously by Beez Entertainment.

Anime Limited is a new company founded by Andrew Partridge, who most famously works for Scotland Loves Anime. The company has said that they will announce a new title at the end of every month, or will announce it early if they reach 2,000 Facebook likes. (Anime, Anime Limited, Cowboy Bebop)

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Instigator  +   954d ago
I'm glad this is getting a proper rerelease. I've had a really hard time finding a proper Region 2 print. Hopefully this is priced more reasonably than that insane Japanese rerelease.

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