Sentai Filmworks licenses Problem children are coming from another world, aren't they?


They couldn't have shortened the title a little?

It's been awhile since we've heard a license announcement from Sentai Filmworks. As in a couple of weeks which you have to admit is pretty weird for the Texas company. Generally they're popping out press releases like nobody's business. For a moment there I was actually growing concerned when I didn't have a hundred press releases from then piling up in my inbox. Luckily for everyone they are doing just fine and to prove it they sent out another press release yesterday announcing their latest license acquisition. 


For their latest title, Sentai Filmworks has revealed that they have licensed the winter 2013 series Problem children are coming from another world, aren't they? and will be releasing it at an unspecified later date after first releasing it digitally. The series was simulcast on Crunchyroll last year and received a pretty fair amount of praise (from me at least) despite only being ten episodes long. 

Sentai summarizes the story like this...

On the world known as Little Garden, factions and communities compete for power via Gift Games, in which individuals with unusual abilities are set against each other. But where there are winners, there are also losers, and the group called the “No Names” has been so devastated in their conflicts with the Demon Lords that almost all of their 120 remaining members are still children! For surviving leaders Jin and Black Rabbit there seems to be only one hope: Bring in outside recruits and gamble that their new abilities will somehow reverse the tide! Of course, Earthborn Izayoi, Asuka, and Yo don’t know any of this when they accept the invitation to come to Little Garden, nor do they know how dangerous the games actually are. Fortunately, all three are far more formidable than anyone can imagine, but before they can win the games, they’ll have to learn how to work together and with the other No Names… and the time they have to do that in is rapidly running out!

If you haven't checked out the series, I encourage you to do so if you like fantasy action and bunny girls as it has both in pretty large quantities. If you have checked it out before, what were your thoughts on it? Happy that Sentai Filmworks has picked it up for a home video release? Sound off in the comments and let us know! 


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