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21 December - This Week's New Releases

Monday 21st December 2015


This week we have three exciting releases for you! What will you be buying?

Coffin Princess Chaika - Complete Season One Collection

Chaika Coffin Princess

The year is 1604. On the continent of Verbist, an age of war lasting for three generations finally ended with the fall of the northern nation, the Gaz Empire. In addition to legitimate knights and soldiers, the militant forces sent to battle included wizards, saboteurs, and mercenaries, totaling 620,000. What's more, three airborne strongholds and massive numbers of magical weapons plus beast and dragon cavalries were added to the ranks, ending in the annihilation of the Gaz Empire, which had been deemed the root of all evil.

You can buy Chaika now!

 

Magi The Kingdom Of Magic Season 2 Part 2

Magi The Kingdom Of Magic Season 2 Part 2

Aladdin, Alibaba, and Morgiana's adventures continue in the magical Kingdom of Magnostadt, a country ruled by magicians, and the Reim Empire, which is protected by the Magi Scheherazade.

You can buy Magi now!

 

Naruto Shippuden Movie 5: Blood Prison - BLU-RAY

Naruto Shippuden Movie 5: Blood Prison

Naruto is convicted of a serious crime he didn't commit and is sent to the inescapable prison, Hozuki Castle. The warden, Mui, quickly seals away Naruto's chakra to prevent him from rebelling. Refusing to give up, Naruto plans his escape while also befriending his fellow inmates Ryuzetsu and Maroi. But he can't help but wonder what their ulterior motives are...

Bonus extras include: Movie Trailers, Mini Movie: Chunin Exam on Fire! Naruto vs. Konohamaru! and Art Galleries

You can buy Blood Prison now!

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Coffin Princess Chaika - Complete Season Collection

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The year is 1604. On the continent of Verbist, an age of war lasting for three generations finally ended with the fall of the northern nation, the Gaz Empire. In addition to legitimate knights and soldiers, the militant forces sent to battle included wizards, saboteurs, and mercenaries, totaling 620,000. What's more, three airborne strongholds and massive numbers of magical weapons plus beast and dragon cavalries were added to the ranks, ending in the annihilation of the Gaz Empire, which had been deemed the root of all evil.

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