The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Available for Pre-order

Friday, February 24th, 2017

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The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya | SOS Brigade

Fans of the Haruhi Suzumiya series won’t have to wait much longer to get their hands on the feature film adaptation of the series. Funimation has opened up pre-orders for the The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya and the film is set to release on May 30, 2017.

The film will be released as a Blu-ray/DVD combo and will come with one Blu-ray disc and two DVD’s. This release will feature both the original Japanese audio and the English dub.

Funimation describes the film as follows:

When Kyon wakes up on December 18th, he finds everything a bit…off. Like the strange fact that Haruhi is absent. Except she’s not just missing school, she’s missing entirely, and no one seems to remember her! Kyon is quickly finding this Haruhi-less world to be one he doesn’t want to be in. Without the help of his SOS Brigade friends, Kyon has to figure out what’s going on before it’s too late.

The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya is available to pre-order from select online retailers. You can pre-order from the Funimation online shop, Amazon and Rightstuf below.

The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya is set to release on May 30, 2017. Are you ready to own this film on Blu-ray and DVD?

About Patrick Aguda

Patrick is a Mechanical Engineering student and an avid fan of both video games and anime. He has been a fan of anime since his older sister introduced him to the genre when he was in Pre-K. He grew up watching shows like Cardcaptor Sakura, Digimon Adventure, Gundam Wing, Dragon Ball Z, Tenchi Muyo and Rurouni Kenshin. His favorite anime of all time is Code Geass. His favorite games include Persona 3 Portable, Steambot Chronicles and the .hack//G.U. trilogy. He is very fond of Sinon (Asada Shino).




  • DizzyGear

    When Kyon wakes up on December 18th, he finds everything a bit…off. Like
    the strange fact that Haruhi is absent. Except she’s not just missing
    school, she’s missing entirely, and no one seems to remember her!

    Kyon should have celebrated and lived happily ever after that instead.

    I never understood the appeal of an anime about an insufferable obnoxious spoiled brat who has to get her way or the world ends or something.

    • Spaulding Cummings

      The series isn’t about Haruhi. It’s about her melancholy and how it affects the other characters. Kyon’s decision in the movie is an important part of his character arc.