Sentai Filmworks to Release Granbelm on Blu-Ray November 3


Licensing company Sentai Filmworks has announced they are going to release mecha anime series Granbelm on Blu-ray.

Granbelm takes place in a world where magic had begun to vanish over a thousand years prior. However a few magical families remain, and the tournament called Granbelm where magical girls pilot mechas has caused magic to begin reemerging in the world.

You can read the synopsis of the series along with information about the physical release below via Sentai Filmworks.

Published by: Sentai Filmworks
Distributed by: Section23 Films
Run Time: 325 min.
Street Date: 11/3/2020
Format: BD
Language: Japanese with English Subtitles

SYNOPSIS: Was going back to school at night to retrieve a forgotten lunch box a really bad mistake? That’s how it seems when Mangetsu Kohinata suddenly finds herself pulled into a strange world where girls in giant magical armor are engaged in a ferocious battle. While the timing was unfortunate, it turns out that Mangetsu’s arrival in this strange realm was anything but a mistake, because Mangetsu appears to be a mage herself! Now, with the help of her mysterious new friend Shingetsu, Mangetsu must learn how to summon and control her own giant armor as they fight against other mages in a competition with an unbelievable prize – control of the lost magic that once ruled our planet! The paths of two magical warriors collide, each fighting to claim their ultimate destiny, in the spectacular world of GRANBELM!

Sentai Filmworks has been working on creating their own streaming platform in addition to their usual physical releases. As previously reported; over 70 titles that had been licensed by Sentai Filmworks were removed from Crunchyroll recently in anticipation of this move. However Granbelm was not among them.

The Blu-ray Disc release of Granbelm will release on November 11th. Granbelm is currently available to watch on Crunchyroll in English with Japanese subtitles.

Image: Crunchyroll



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