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Out This Week: Promare, Trolls World Tour, Crusher Joe and More

Although it feels as if time has lost all meaning in the maelstrom of awfulness that is 2020, it was mere months ago that Universal shook up the movie industry by releasing Trolls World Tour direct to digital. As a premium rental, there was only a small window to watch it, but now the film has debuted as a more traditional digital purchase so you can watch it as many time as you like. On the disc front, it's an entirely anime affair again.

Trigger's smash hit Promare is released on disc this week in the UK, including the limited collector's edition which will not be released in the US until later in the year.  US readers can pick up several old-school new releases from Discotek this week, or spoil themselves with one of several deluxe collector's editions of newer titles from Aniplex and Sentai.



Click the links below to order via Amazon or RightStuf.com (affiliate links used where possible). All information provided is correct at the time of writing to the best of our knowledge and is subject to change.

Titles marked with * are re-releases. CE= Collector's Edition. LE= Limited Edition



UK DVD and Blu-Ray Releases For June 29, 2020








The Dragon Dentist Collector's Edition (Anime Ltd, 15) Studio Khara's fantasy anime.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray+DVD CE





Promare (Anime Ltd, 12) Trigger's break-out feature hit.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray, DVD, Blu-Ray CE

 


Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2199 The Complete Series (Mange Entertainment, 15) Remake of the iconic 1970s science-fiction anime.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray, DVD,





US DVD and Blu-Ray Releases For June 30, 2020





After The Rain Complete Collection (Sentai Filmworks, TV-14) Romantic drama anime.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray, 



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Astroganger The Complete Collection (Discotek Media) Old school mecha anime.
FORMATS:  SD Blu-Ray







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Black Clover Season 2, Part 5 (Funimation) Fantasy shonen anime.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray+DVD+Digital



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Bleach Set 7 (Viz Pictures, TV-14) Supernatural anime series.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray



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City Hunter Season 1, Set 2 (Discotek Media) 1980s private detective anime.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray




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Crusher Joe: The Movie  (Discotek Media) 80s sci-fi anime feature.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray


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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Volume 1 (Aniplex) Supernatural period anime.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray, LE RIGHT STUF EXCLUSIVE



















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Lupin The 3rd: Goodbye Partner (Discotek Media) The gentlemen thief returns in a new TV special.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray







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Ninja Scroll: The Series (Discotek Media) Ninja action based on the iconic movie.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray


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Rascal Does Not Dream Of A Dreaming Girl (Aniplex) Anime romantic fantasy.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray CE


 



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Run With The Wind (Sentai Filmworks, TV-14) Sports anime.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray CE




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Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings Seasons 1 & 2* (Funimation, TV-14) Samurai anime.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray+Digital

 

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Sengoku Basara: The Last Party*  (Funimation, TV-14) Movie spin-off.
FORMATS: Blu-Ray+Digital

Digital Highlights


Ahead of its disc release next month, DreamWorks Animation's sequel Trolls World Tour is now available to download to own in the US.


This Week's Deals



RightStuf Anime are running their annual Birthday sale, offering an average of 45% off across all lines.  Highlights include the complete Transformers Original Series on DVD, Monster Musume Steelbook Blu-Ray , The Complete Space Dandy  Penguin Highway and Ne Zha on both Blu-Ray and 4K

Meanwhile, over on Amazon, pick up the latest Disney releases at a new low price, with Frozen 2 down to $18 and Onward down to $17.49 (both Blu-Ray combo packs).  Or for something rather more on the classic side, Who Framed Roger Rabbit is just $5.99.

Over on Amazon UK, Frozen 2 is going for £12.50 on Blu-Ray, while Toy Story 4 is £9.99.   Meanwhile, all four Toy Story films are currently available for £14.99 or under in pristine 4K.

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