Little Witch Academia Collector’s Edition and Pre-Order Details

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Details regarding the Collector’s Edition of Studio TRIGGER’s Little Witch Academia have finally been released for eager fans. And there are plenty fans waiting impatiently for this, if the success of TRIGGER’s Kickstarter for Little Witch Academia 2 is anything to do by. The Kickstarter just ended with a total of $625,000.

Studio TRIGGER will begin taking preorders worldwide for the Collector’s Edition on August 13th via their website. If you’re wondering how much it will cost, keep guessing; the price will be released when preorders open up. We do know that the sets will ship out of Japan in September.

The Little Witch Academia Collector’s Edition will come with the following:

  • The first 26-minute episode on Blu-ray disc
  • A bonus 66-minute “Making-Of-Video” featuring director Yoh Yoshinari and the animation team
  • A 112 page art book
  • A disc with the original soundtrack

If you haven’t seen Little Witch Academia for yourself yet, you have a couple of options. The first episode can be streamed on both YouTube and Crunchyroll.  Production on Little Witch Academia 2 is scheduled to start in 2014. This new episode will be 40 minutes compared to the first installment’s 26 minutes.



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