Manga Entertainment UK To Release DRAMAtical Murder within the UK
21/11/2016 Leave a comment
It seems Manga Entertainment UK may have had a wider-selection of titles to announce at the MCM London Comic Con than what was initally supplied to Comic Con attendees as the online retailer anime-on-line have updated their product listing to reveal that a UK Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack version of DRAMAtical Murder will be released by Manga Entertainment UK during February next year.
Of course Manga Entertainment UK have yet to confirm (or deny) this new license acqusition but it is a surprising announcement to their already extensive collection for the new year. Accrording to the product listing this UK release of DRAMAtical Murder will contain all thirteen episodes of the series in both English and Japanese audio (with English Subtitles) on both the Blu-ray and DVD formats; a release format that is similar to recent Animatsu Entertainment titles.
Synopsis: Nothing on Midorijima has been the same since the powerful Toue Konzern forced the original population into the Old Residential District and converted the rest of the island into the exclusive resort Platinum Jail. Despite that, Aoba Seragaki has tried to build a normal life for himself, working part-time in a junk shop and hanging out with his friends and his A.I. “pet” AllMate, Ren.
But when Aoba is drawn into the shady underworld that surrounds the popular virtual game Rhyme, the universe that he thought he knew falls apart. If deja vu describes the sensation of experiencing something that you think you may have done before, what is it called when other people seem to recognize you for doing things that you don’t remember doing? All Aoba knows is that there are gaps in his memory, people are disappearing, and a secret buried in his own mind may be the only keys to revelation!
We expect that Manga Entertainment UK will make an official announcement surrounding this title in the coming weeks; but for the time being it’s expected to be released on the 13th February 2017 within the UK.