Anime DVD and Manga Releases for April 7 – 20

Sorry for being a little late with this, but last month of masters work is hectic.

Hunter X Hunter DVD Set #2
Maid Sama Manga Volume 1

Anime DVDs

April 7, 2009
Fruits Basket – Box Set
Hunter X Hunter – Set #2
Madlax – Box Set

Manga

April 7, 2009
Astral Project – Volume 3
Baby & Me – Volume 13
Beauty Pop – Volume 10
Demon Flowers – Volume 5
Dinosaur Hour – Volume 1
Dragon Drive – Volume 13
Eyeshield 21 – Volume 25
Fushigi Yuugi: Genbu Kaiden – Volume 8
Honey Hunt – Volume 1
Hoshin Engi – Volume 12
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure – Volume 11
Kyo Kara Maoh! – Volume 3
La Corda d’Oro – Volume 10
Legend of Zelda – Volume 4
Muhyo & Roji’s Bureau of Supernatural Investigation – Volume 10
Naruto – Volume 42
Naruto – Volume 43
Naruto – Volume 44
NORA: The Last Chronicle of Devildom – Volume 4
Reborn! – Volume 11
Rosario + Vampire – Volume 6
Samurai Deeper Kyo – Volume 34
Strawberry 100% – Volume 8
Vampire Knight – Volume 6

April 8, 2009
Ghost Talker’s Daydream – Volume 4
Slam Dunk – Volume 3
Trigun Maximum – Volume 14

April 14, 2009
Battle Angel Alita: Last Order – Volume 11
Black Lagoon – Volume 5
Boys Over Flowers – Volume 35
Chibi Vampire – Volume 13
Dogs – Prelude
Fate/Stay Night – Volume 3
Gimmick! – Volume 6
I Hate You More Than Anyone – Volume 7
Inuyasha – Volume 37
Maid Sama! – Volume 1
Nightmare Inspector: Yumekui Kenbun – Volume 7
O-Parts Hunter – Volume 15
Phantom Dream – Volume 2
Record of a Fallen Vampire – Volume 5
Red River – Volume 25
Silver Diamond – Volume 4
Venus for Love – Volume 6
Zatch Bell! – Volume 24

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One thought on “Anime DVD and Manga Releases for April 7 – 20

  1. Yay! Fruits Basket and Hunter x Hunter are finally getting proper DVD releases!

    For Fruits Basket– well I always prefer buying complete collections when possible. It can save a lot of money (and avoid long delays after cliffhangers) vs finding and buying individual volumes.

    And Hunter x Hunter, it’s an unusally addictive anime that I’ve thought was long due for a proper DVD release. Currently, I’m watching the AKU Fansub translation, but it has the original (low) quality of ten years ago. I look forward to seeing how much clearer the DVD is vs the fansub.

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