Funimation Reveals Q3 2021 UK Anime Releases – Black Clover Season 3, Fire Force Season 2, Gleipnir, Infinite Dendrogram, K-On!, Yu Yu Hakusho & More

Distributor Funimation (formerly known as Manga Entertainment) have announced their home video schedule plans for the third quarter of 2021 in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Much like the previous slates, select releases may get pushed back at the last second.

Black Clover

The third season of Black Clover is finally heading to the UK later this year with five more parts as a Blu-ray & DVD combo pack (SRP £29.99 each). The first part (episodes 103–112) is scheduled for 12th July, followed by the second part (episodes 113–120) scheduled for 16th August, and the third part (episodes 121–129) scheduled for 20th September. In addition the third part will also be available as a limited edition Blu-ray set (SRP £49.99) that will house all five parts together in a rigid box.

Funimation is still currently dubbing the final few episodes of Season 3 at the time of this write-up, but expect the UK to catch up just in time with the US by the end of the year.

Dragon Ball Z Season 9

Continuing from the releases brought out over the past half-year, Funimation wraps up the 30th Anniversary 4:3 ratio versions of the series with Season 9 scheduled for 26th July on Blu-ray (SRP £39.99). Like the previous seasons, the Blu-ray will come included with a poster, four art cards and an exclusive slipcase. In addition, an Amazon exclusive steelbook will also be available.

Fire Force Season 2

The second season of Fire Force by studio David Productions is now scheduled for the UK starting with the first part as a Blu-ray & DVD combo pack (SRP £29.99 each) scheduled for 30th August.

Gleipnir

Pine Jam’s 2020 anime adaptation makes its way into the UK on Blu-ray (SRP £34.99). Scheduled for 2nd August, the set will include Funimation’s English dub and Japanese audio with English subtitles.

Infinite Dendrogram

Studio NAZ’s 2020 anime adaptation will also be making its way into the UK on Blu-ray (SRP £34.99) as well as a limited edition Blu-ray (SRP £64.99). Scheduled for 5th July, the set will include Funimation’s English dub and Japanese audio with English subtitles.

The limited edition Blu-ray will include the complete series housed inside a rigid box. Also included is an 80-page artbook, six art cards featuring art from light novel artist Taiki, a Nemesis (sword form) keychain, and a sticker sheet featuring character art from the series. This is the same set that is currently being released in the US.

K-On!

Arriving 16th August as a limited edition Blu-ray set (SRP £49.99), Kyoto Animation’s series makes its return for the HD format. This release includes K-On!, K-On!! and K-On! the Movie across 9 Blu-ray discs housed inside a nine-panel soft digipack. Also included is a rigid box with six art cards and a 40-page artbook.

No Guns Life Season 2

Previously mentioned in the Q2 2021 release slate, the second season of Madhouse’s anime adaptation is now scheduled for 19th July on Blu-ray (SRP £39.99). The set will include Funimation’s English dub and Japanese audio with English subtitles.

Plunderer Part 2

With the first half previously mentioned in the Q2 2021 release slate, the second half of Geek Toys’ anime adaptation is now scheduled for 23rd August on Blu-ray (SRP £39.99) and DVD (SRP £24.99). The set will include Funimation’s English dub and Japanese audio with English subtitles.

Yu Yu Hakusho

Once released a very long time ago in the UK, Studio Pierrot’s 1992 anime adaptation makes its return on Blu-ray (SRP £39.99 per season) starting with the first season (episodes 1-28) on 2nd August. The set will include Funimation’s English dub and Japanese audio with English subtitles and all four seasons will be released over the course of the year.

That’s all of the news revealed for the time being from Funimation. Stay tuned for more news and updates in the future.


Source: Funimation Blog

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