This coming Monday (28th March) sees the release of our Limited Collector’s Edition Blu-ray+DVD and Standard DVD release of the series Tokyo ESP. Today we’re going to show you what can expect when you pickup your copy of the series.
Before we go any further a quick reminder that this is available to pre-order now from the likes of Amazon UK, Zavvi, Base and even our own web shop. Tokyo ESP will be available in HMV stores across the UK from Monday.
What’s tokyo esp about?
Synopsis: Rinka is a high school student in Tokyo trying to make ends meet while supporting herself and her father. Her ordinary life takes a turn for the extraordinary when she witnesses a penguin and a school of fish flying through the air. After catching up to one of the fish, she passes out and wakes up to find herself suddenly granted supernatural powers. With her newfound ability to walk through solid objects, Rinka is about to learn just how transparent the world can be.
From the creator of Ga-Rei-Zero comes an adventure that shows how out-of-the-ordinary abilities of high school students can send a powerful message to evildoers the world over.
What’s inside? what’s on the discs?
Our Limited Collector’s Edition Blu-ray comes pack with a rigid case to store the digipack, holding all the discs, and a 20-page artbook. In total there are 4 discs in the Limited Collector’s Edition Blu-ray version, two Blu-ray discs and two DVD discs. The standard DVD version comes packed in an amaray case with two DVD Discs.
On disc content includes:
- The complete series (12 episodes) in both English and the original Japanese language with English subtitles.
- Extras include commentaries for episodes 2 & 5. Episode 2’s commentary featuring Tyler Walker (ADR Director), Adam Dahlberg (voice of Kytaro Azuma), Sarah Wiedenheft (voice of Rinka), and episode 5’s commentary features Tyler Walker joined by Jenny Ledel (voice of Kobushi Kuroi) and Jeffrey Schmidt (voice of Professor). Also included as extras are commercials along with clean opening and closing title sequences.
what does the finished product look like?
And below you can find pictures of what our release looks like. You can click on them to enlarge them.
And if you’re opting for the standard DVD version, here’s a glimpse of that for you.
And that concludes this unboxing. As mentioned Tokyo ESP is available to add to your collection from this coming Monday (28th March.)