Nunnally in Wonderland Blu-ray has English subs in Japan

Feb 02 // Bob Muir

With Bandai dropping out of the anime distribution market in America, there's no telling what will happen with series that would normally have been licensed and localized by the company, even those made by its Japanese branch. Code Geass: Nunnally in Wonderland, the upcoming OVA, is one of those things you figure they would have grabbed and put out, if they hadn't pulled out. Luckily, American fans can still purchase a copy and understand what's going on.

When Nunnally in Wonderland releases on July 27 on Blu-ray and DVD, it will include English subtitles. You'll need a Region 2 player to watch the DVD, but if you feel putting down the extra money for the Blu-ray, you can use your existing player, as Japan and the US share a region code.

You'll have to drop some cash, though. Besides the import fee, the DVD will cost ¥3675 ($45) and the Blu-ray will cost ¥4200 ($52). Nunnally in Wonderland is only 30 minutes long, but at least it includes a full color, 40-page, A4-size picture book. Maybe that makes it worth the extra dough?

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