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NormanicGrav

The Quintessential Pouts
AUKN Staff
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Today's arrival is Revue Starlight from MVM Entertainment in a collector's edition Blu-ray package. While the show came out last year on Blu-ray, it surprised me that this set went on offer via the Deal of the Week this soon and for a better price than what it was going for during the Christmas sale. Like the other recent sets, this is a version of the Sentai set but with the more important items kept. Still a pretty solid set. You can view more photos/specs on my blog.

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SAHO

Student Council President

Package drop cont.

VIDEO GAME

Decided to pick up a new copy of the 13:AR prologue set as well. Here's hoping the PS4 Theme redemption code is still valid 🤞

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End of Week Package Drop final. (*For real ಡ ͜ ʖ ಡ)

BLU-RAY
I've never been into the Magical Girl vibe but when I first encountered PV1 on KADOKAWA channel. The preview completely knocked me off my feet with an adrenaline pumping soundtrack, dark magical military action themes and a "cool beauty" cast of characters (◡ ω ◡). Haven't read the manga before so I'm going in dark.

Other BD arrivals includes Your Name Special Edition (JP) and Daily Lives of High School Boys Premium Edition.


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MERCH
Shikishi imports from Japan featuring Re:ZERO, Azur Lane, Monogatari and Fate/sn: HF. Bundle of illustration cards were included as a bonus 🤟

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Lordhippos

Great Teacher
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Today's arrival is Revue Starlight from MVM Entertainment in a collector's edition Blu-ray package. While the show came out last year on Blu-ray, it surprised me that this set went on offer via the Deal of the Week this soon and for a better price than what it was going for during the Christmas sale. Like the other recent sets, this is a version of the Sentai set but with the more important items kept. Still a pretty solid set. You can view more photos/specs on my blog.

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Those taller sets would bug me, don't feel like moving the taller ones to the far left so they don't stick out so much?
 

Geriatric hedgehog

Great Teacher
Those taller sets would bug me, don't feel like moving the taller ones to the far left so they don't stick out so much?
Heh that was the first thing that crossed my mind. I've given up on alphabetical ordering for that reason myself, though to be fair there is not much order to my overloaded shelf apart from Tetris order (crap now I have that tune stuck in my head...)
 

RadFemHedonist

Great Teacher
Heh that was the first thing that crossed my mind. I've given up on alphabetical ordering for that reason myself, though to be fair there is not much order to my overloaded shelf apart from Tetris order (crap now I have that tune stuck in my head...)

For me it's the opening theme to The Magic Roundabout XP According to Amazon my Basilisk Blu-ray should arrive later today :)
 

Girls wIth Guns

Death Scythe
Those taller sets would bug me, don't feel like moving the taller ones to the far left so they don't stick out so much?

Heh that was the first thing that crossed my mind. I've given up on alphabetical ordering for that reason myself, though to be fair there is not much order to my overloaded shelf apart from Tetris order (crap now I have that tune stuck in my head...)

I have my anime arranged on my shelves by distributor, then alphabetically - AoA, Funimation, Sentai, Discotek, etc - but I always start each distributor's section with the tall G1 sets alphabetically first, and then the G2 chipboard CE/LE box sets alphabetically next, and finally the G2 standard edition sets with slipcovers alphabetically. So my anime shelves are arranged by size first, then alphabetically for each of those sizes. And now that anime steelbooks are becoming a big thing, I have those all separate and grouped together as well.

My UK anime imports I don't bother to separate by distributor, just by size and alphabetically. And my Asian anime Imports - Japan, Korea, Hong Kong - are mainly just arranged by size. I haven't attempted to do those alphabetically yet - I have seven full 3-foot shelf spaces (almost an entire 8-shelf unit) just of those Imports to try to sort out and rearrange at some point. :eek:
 

Geriatric hedgehog

Great Teacher
18if is the Spanish release. The box from amazon was damaged and seemed like it had been open. Wonder if someone had taken a peek to see if they wanted it View attachment 17462
Oooh that starblazers one is shiny, shiny! I got the 2199 one from the earlier zaavi sale, will be a while before I get to it so will keep an eye out the some discounts/sales for this 2202 one.
 
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Geriatric hedgehog

Great Teacher
I have my anime arranged on my shelves by distributor, then alphabetically - AoA, Funimation, Sentai, Discotek, etc - but I always start each distributor's section with the tall G1 sets alphabetically first, and then the G2 chipboard CE/LE box sets alphabetically next, and finally the G2 standard edition sets with slipcovers alphabetically. So my anime shelves are arranged by size first, then alphabetically for each of those sizes. And now that anime steelbooks are becoming a big thing, I have those all separate and grouped together as well.

My UK anime imports I don't bother to separate by distributor, just by size and alphabetically. And my Asian anime Imports - Japan, Korea, Hong Kong - are mainly just arranged by size. I haven't attempted to do those alphabetically yet - I have seven full 3-foot shelf spaces (almost an entire 8-shelf unit) just of those Imports to try to sort out and rearrange at some point. :eek:
Very nice and makes sense. I stupidly tried to arrange by director's works and it was a mess of dvds/blu rays/boxsets with varying distributors and was quickly disassembled after I got a headache.
 

Oldmario

Hunter
I have my anime arranged on my shelves by distributor, then alphabetically - AoA, Funimation, Sentai, Discotek, etc - but I always start each distributor's section with the tall G1 sets alphabetically first, and then the G2 chipboard CE/LE box sets alphabetically next, and finally the G2 standard edition sets with slipcovers alphabetically. So my anime shelves are arranged by size first, then alphabetically for each of those sizes. And now that anime steelbooks are becoming a big thing, I have those all separate and grouped together as well.

My UK anime imports I don't bother to separate by distributor, just by size and alphabetically. And my Asian anime Imports - Japan, Korea, Hong Kong - are mainly just arranged by size. I haven't attempted to do those alphabetically yet - I have seven full 3-foot shelf spaces (almost an entire 8-shelf unit) just of those Imports to try to sort out and rearrange at some point. :eek:
i only separate my uk stuff by publisher because spines vary, AL has the elephants butt thing on most of their releases and MVM put their age rating at the top of the spine for some weird reason

Manga taking the insanity one step further and now their releases have slipcovers so it's bothering me even more because i wanna keep them on but at the same time they stick out
 

RadFemHedonist

Great Teacher
Basilisk arrived! :)

...to get added to my ever-expanding backlog pile! :) 👍

Well OK, at least it's not a pile, it's a large, neatly alphabetized bookcase (apart from the ones in the living room that I'm planning to get rid of... they're in stacks (which are basically piles, but neat) XP )
 

Girls wIth Guns

Death Scythe
i only separate my uk stuff by publisher because spines vary, AL has the elephants butt thing on most of their releases and MVM put their age rating at the top of the spine for some weird reason

Manga taking the insanity one step further and now their releases have slipcovers so it's bothering me even more because i wanna keep them on but at the same time they stick out
I guess I didn't bother sorting my UK stuff by publisher because my UK collection is almost all Anime Limited UE and CE titles. Their CE box sets with digipaks is the main reason I started importing UK anime. I only have 3 MVM releases, 3 Manga releases, and 1 Kaze release, and the remaining 60+ box sets are all from AL. There are a few non AL steelbooks in the 14 UK steels I own, too.
 
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