FUNimation Sale: 40% Off Top Releases of the Year

Friday, January 3rd, 2014

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A recent FUNimation survey asked their fans to pick their top 5 releases of the past year. They have compiled the results and have announced the “top 10 FUNimation home video releases of 2013”. Each one of these will be sold for 40% off in the FUNimation Shop.

The list of items on sale includes:

  • Wolf Children Blu-ray/DVD Combo — $20.99 (was $34.98)
  • One Piece: Strong World Blu-ray/DVD Combo — $17.99 (was $29.98)
  • High School DxD Season One Blu-ray/DVD Combo — $38.99 (was $64.98)
  • Summer Wars: The Movie Blu-ray/DVD Combo — $17.99 (was $29.98)
  • Guilty Crown Complete Series – Part 1 Blu-ray/DVD Combo — $38.99 (was $64.98)
  • The Future Diary – Part One DVD — $35.99 (was $59.98)
  • Fairy Tail Collection One Blu-ray/DVD Combo — $32.99 (was $54.98)
  • Haganai Season One Blu-ray/DVD Combo — $38.99 (was $64.98)
  • A Certain Scientific Railgun – Part One DVD — $35.99 (was $59.98)
  • Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt – The Complete Series Blu-ray — $41.99 (was $69.98)

If you plan on taking advantage of this sale, then you better act fast. The sale ends in just a few days on January 6th.

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About Eric Chetkauskas

Eric has been playing video games for longer than he can remember. His interests skew toward retro games with an emphasis on Japanese RPGs like Chrono Trigger and the Dragon Quest series.




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    “Guilty Crown Complete Series – Part 1”

    If it’s only Part 1, then it’s not the complete series at all, now is it? This is why I rarely buy Anime…