One of the fall season series is getting its home video release pattern set up this week from Media Factory. The company is set to bring out Unbreakable Machine Doll on DVD and Blu-ray starting on December 25th. The twelve episode series is getting a six volume release on both formats where the Blu-ray’s will run 7350 yen each while the DVDs are priced at 6300 yen each. Each volume will contain an OVA episode in addition to the two main broadcast episodes of the series. The sixth volume will bring out an artbox for it as well. The first volume will also include a 38 page original story along with new original illustrations. In addition to this, a special CD will be included with the first volume with three songs related to the series.
Based on the 2010 manga series Kikou Shoujo wa Kizutsukanai, Media Factory has released the first promo for the 2013 adaptation of it. The original work has five volumes to its name so far, created by Reiji Katou and Hakaru Takagi, and is still ongoing in its release. Little has been released about this adaptation to date of what translates to Unbreakable Machine Doll, but it’s expected in 2013 and the first 90 second promotional video shows off the character designs and animation well.
Plot Concept: During the early 20th century, along with technological advancements, scientists were able to develop sophisticated magic. The combination of science and sorcery was Makinot, circuits made from spells that were put into objects to bring them to life and even gain a personality. It was developed as a military weapon and has now spread throughout the world.
Akabane Raishin is now attending the Royal Academy to become the best in the world. Accompanied by the lovely teenage girl Yaya, who is actually Raishin’s puppet weapon, he plans on rocketing to the top of the class. However, his test scores come nearly dead last although his combat skills and determination are second to none. Raishin has to compete with the deadliest of classmates if he wants to come out as the king.