At the Liberty City Anime Con in New York recently, it was confirmed that Media Blasters will release Yosuga no Sora, Okusama ga Seitokaichou! and Yami to Boushi to Hon no Tabibito. These are all confirmed for a Blu-ray Disc release as well but have not yet announced the release date for the upcoming series. It should be noted that the anime Ikusama ga Seitokaichou! and that will release as an English dub, the anime Yami to Boushi to Hon no Tabibito will release without the blurring of the DVD version and the release will be subtitle only. There is an announcement that states that Media Blasters will be releasing Juden-chan on DVD and Blu-ray and will be released under the name Fight Ippatsu! Juuden-chan, it was aklso announce by them that their label called Kitty Media label will release the Itadeki Sekai adult serieson DVD and Blu-ray this year as an English dub.
The series Yosuga no Sora began as a visual novel that released December 5th 2008 in Japan and would also get a manga adaption with two volumes in total between August 26th 2009 and November 25th 2010. An anime adaption would later be released for the series on October 4th 2010 and end December 20th 2010 with 12 episodes releasing for it. Originally Media Blasters released the series on DVD in May 15th. Below is a plot summary of the series quoted from MAL:
Haruka and Sora Kasugano are coming home, to a place filled with memories.
Having lost their parents in a tragic car accident, the twins resolve to return to the countryside and start life anew at their grandfather’s house, the haunt a constant reminder of moments from their past. Greeting them are childhood friends Nao Yorihime and Akira Amatsume, and newcomer Kazuha Migiwa. It is a warm welcome, symbolic of the days that should come.
Their peace is merely ephemeral, however, as suppressed emotions, born from vows both newfound and forgotten, start exerting their influence on the twins’ new lives. And deep down, a dark secret, only known to them, begins to unshackle.
Based on the visual novel by Sphere, Yosuga no Sora not only explores the power of lost memories and true love when the bonds of many become intertwined, but also raises the questions of morality and social acceptance.
The series whom’s original version released February 28th 2007 and ended October 29th 2007 as a manga would also begin as a manga starting on August 27th 2011 and has since then been ongoing. An anime adaption would later release for the series starting on July 2nd 2015 and end September 17th 2015 releasing 12 episodes in total. There is also a sequel planned for the series that will air October 2016. Mind you that the seies is planned for both a DVD and a Blu-ray release. Below is a plot summary of the series quoted from MAL:
Hayato Izumi is running for student council president. He’s studious, responsible, down to earth…and completely outmatched by his rival, Ui Wakana. Ui wins in a landslide after promising comprehensive sex education, free condoms, and other exciting reforms. Bloodied but not discouraged, Hayato licks his wounds and settles for vice president.
Then Ui moves in with him. As it turns out, their parents made a drunken promise decades ago that their children would one day marry. Ui and Hayato must now balance school life with matrimony, keeping their relationship secret from a prudish student body and learning to live with each other. Can they keep the student council in line and find happiness together? Find out in Okusama ga Seitokaichou!
Finally is the anime Yami to Boushi to Hon no Tabibito which began as a visual novel back on August 20th 2002 and later a manga adaption on August 9th 2003 and end December 10th 2003 releasing a single volume. There would later be an anime released for the series on October 2nd 2003 and end on December 25th 2003 releasing a total of 13 episodes. The series which was originally released by Media Blasters on March 31st as a DVD release had blurring present in the TV animes broadcast version. Below is a plot summary of the series quoted from MAL:
Hatsuki is a highschool student living with her sister, Hatsumi, who she has a huge crush on. On Hatsumi’s 16th birthday, she is suddenly surrounded by a green light and disappears in front of Hatsuki. She manages to follow Hatsumi with the help of a being resembling a fat baby chick (literally), ending up in a place called “The Great Library”, which is full of different worlds stored in books. Hatsumi wasn’t there, though, so the search for Hatsuki’s great love begins and involves traveling from book to book.