Crunchyroll will be spreading the love to fans this February 2023 with several home video releases coming to Blu-ray, including Horimiya, The Slime Diaries, Love After World Domination, How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord, and World Witches Take Off!
The slice-of-life romantic comedy Horimiya will receive a limited edition Blu-ray box set release on February 7, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Each set will exclusively include several art cards, a 72-page art book, and a special enamel pin as well as special features that highlight a voice actor panel, textless opening and ending song title sequences, promo videos, and more.
Horimiya – Limited Box Set
When the popular Hori and the gloomy Miyamura meet, they reveal another side of themselves. Could this be the start of something new?
- Horimiya – Limited Box Set Exclusives
- Slipcase Frame
- 7 Art Cards Featuring Magazine Art & Special Illustrations
- 72-Page Art Book
- 1.5’’ Cake Enamel Pin
- Horimiya – Limited Box Set Special Features
- Horimiya: Voice Actor Panel
- Web Previews
- Promo Videos
- Textless Opening and Ending Songs
Check out the full February 2023 home video release calendar from Crunchyroll below:
(Release schedule is subject to change)
February 7, 2023
- Horimiya – The Complete Season – Blu-ray + DVD
- Horimiya – The Complete Season Limited Edition – Blu-ray + DVD
- How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord – Season 2 – Blu-ray
February 14, 2023
- The Slime Diaries – The Complete Season – Blu-ray
- World Witches Take Off! – The Complete Season – Blu-ray
February 21, 2023
All titles mentioned above are now available for pre-order and also can be streamed on Crunchyroll. Visit the Crunchyroll Store for more home video offerings.
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