Angelic Layer – The Complete Collection – REGION FREE

Angelic Layer – The Complete Collection

BD Region: A and B (Tested & Confirmed playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A only
– Tested & Confirmed Playable

Price: $34.99 / £26.91 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 26 (3 Disc Set)

Plot:From the moment twelve-year-old Misaki Suzuhara first arrives in Tokyo to live with her aunt, she finds herself swept away by the amazing world of Angelic Layer – a fast-paced high-tech game where dolls called “Angels” are controlled by the thoughts of their operator, or “Deus.”

Discovering that her new friends are as interested in Angelic Layer as she is, Misaki builds her own Angel, Hikaru, and begins competing in battles where will and determination count far more than size and strength.

The competitions are going to be fierce and, with the national championships looming on the horizon, you can bet that not everyone Misaki meets will be on her side. Can Misaki handle the pressure of non-stop competition while struggling to adapt to life in an unfamiliar city?

From the amazing minds and pens of Japan’s legendary all-female creative team, CLAMP, it’s the coming of age adventure that’s become an all-time anime classic – ANGELIC LAYER!

—-NOTE—-

Anime Limited have previously announced that they will be releasing Angelic Layer as a Collector’s / Limited Edition Blu-Ray at some point in the near future.

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