NIS America licenses Fuse: Memoirs of a Huntress


Edo-period film features wolf people from Akira studio

The latest anime film to hit Western shores will be TMS Entertainment's Fuse: Memoirs of a Huntress. TMS is best known for handling production on Akira, and based on watching the trailer for Fuse, they didn't slack on this movie either.

Set in medieval Japan, a young huntress takes up a shogun's bounty on Fuse -- human/dog hybrids -- that are accused of murdering innocent civilians. But, as all good twists of fate happen, she befriends one of the Fuse and now has to make a decision as to what path to follow.

NIS plans to release the movie on May 6 with its usual slipcase format, complete with poster and artbook. It'll be $40 for the volume

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