Funimation Titles Distributed by Anime Limited Disappear From Retailers

Over 40 titles across over 80 individual releases from Anime Limited have been delisted from popular online retailers, and are currently listed as sold out on their online store, our readers discovered last night. The affected releases include popular series like Fairy Tail, Psycho-Pass and Hyouka, and are linked to U.S. publisher Funimation Entertainment. Many of the currently identified titles listed below were released as part of a distribution arrangement between the two companies:

  • Absolute Duo
  • Assassination Classroom: Season 1
  • Assassination Classroom: Season 2
  • Attack on Titan: Junior High
  • Barakamon
  • Blazblue: Alter Memory
  • Blood Blockade Battlefront: Season 1
  • Brothers Conflict
  • Claymore
  • Daimidaler: Prince vs Penguin Empire
  • Eden of the East
  • Fairy Tail: Parts 10 to 22
  • Free! Eternal Summer
  • Gangsta.
  • Gonna Be the Twin-Tail!!
  • Heavy Object
  • High School DxD BorN
  • Hyouka
  • Lord Marksman and Vanadis
  • Lucky Star
  • Mikagura School Suite
  • No-Rin
  • Noein ~to your other self~
  • Noragami Aragoto
  • Ouran High School Host Club
  • Overlord: Season 1
  • Prison School
  • Project Itoh: Harmony
  • Project Itoh: The Empire of Corpses
  • Psycho-Pass 2
  • Psycho-Pass: The Movie
  • Rage of Bahamut: Genesis
  • Selector Infected WIXOSS
  • Shomin Sample
  • Show By Rock!!: Season 1
  • Snow White with the Red Hair: Season 1
  • Snow White with the Red Hair: Season 2
  • Tokyo ESP
  • Yona of the Dawn
  • Yurikuma Arashi

All formats of the above titles have been affected, including the complete collections of Assassination Classroom and Snow White with the Red Hair, recently released as part of Anime Limited’s 12 Days of Christmas promotion last year. Unlike the TV anime series however, the home video release of feature film Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry is currently not affected, at time of writing.

Anime Limited have yet to comment on the matter, but we’ll keep you all updated as this story develops. Readers looking to purchase any of the above may wish to look for remaining stock at their local retailer, or specialist websites like Anime-On-Line or United Publications.

Have you been affected by the sudden reduced availability of these titles? Let us know!

Josh A. Stevens

Reviewing anime by moonlight, working in film by daylight, never running out of things to write, he is the one named Josh A. Stevens.

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