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Your Name release details

Your Name release details
Ross Liversidge
Author: Ross Liversidge

Ross founded the UK Anime Network back in 1995 and works in and around the anime industry.


Anime Ltd have announced the release details for Your Name, which saw a limited theatrical release this year across the country. According to the All the Anime blog:

Standard DVD – This will be a single DVD in a regular sized DVD amaray case.
Standard Blu-ray – This will be a single Blu-ray in a regular sized amaray case.
Ltd Collector’s Edition – This will be a special Steelbook that will include the DVD disc, the Blu-ray disc AND the CD soundtrack of the film made by RADWIMPS. (This is a limited edition product that will only be available strictly while stock lasts.)

“Ltd Deluxe Edition” – Please note, we’re unable to confirm details regarding this version as it is still in the approvals stage. But as soon as everything is signed off, we’ll share details accordingly. This is an item that will not be available trade wide. It’s entirely possible this will be an AllTheAnime.com exclusive release, but in addition may also be exclusive to another retailer too. That’s not 100% set in stone as details are still being finalised.

There will also be a deluxe limited edition, but details of this have yet to be released.

The release date for this edition is 6th November 2017

More details on All the Anime.

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