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Flying Dog Reveals ‘Gekidol’ & ‘Alice in Deadly School’ Bundled Blu-ray Box Set Artwork

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The show and OVA spinoff bundled together with a lot of extras.
© Gekidol Production Committee

The multimedia project for the Gekidol anime made its debut with a premiere date of January 5th, 2020 and now we’ve got the details on the home video release by Flying Dog. The twelve-episode series will also include the Alice in Deadly School OVA as well and will be priced at 28,000 yen. The set is scheduled for a March 3rd, 2021 debut and will come with a bonus CD of thirteen songs including the opening and ending songs for the main series and the ending song and insert song for the OVA. On-disc anime extras include the eight openings, five endings, promos for both shows and music videos alongside character videos.

With that coming up soon, the official site has now revealed what looks to be the cover artwork for the set, leaving us hopeful that the full packaging spread will come soon.

The series is set with Shigure Ueda directing it based on the scripts overseen by chief writer Keiichiro Ochi. Asami Sekiya is handling the character designs and serving as the chief animation director with Hoods Entertainment handling the production.

The Japanese cast includes Hikaru Akao as Seria Morino, Chihira Mochida as Airi Kagami, Ayaka Suwa as Izumi Hninazaki, Kana Hanazawa as Kaworu Sakakibara, M.A.O as Doll, Nozomi Yamamoto as Aki Asagi, Asami Takano as Aimi Fujita, Aya Akiyoshi as Waka Yamamoto, Amina Satō as Mayuri Nakamura, Kousuke Toriumi as Hirokazu Takezaki, Sarara Yashima as Makoto Higuchi, and Kaori Mizuhashi as Tomoko Hinata.

Check out the official site and Twitter.

Plot Concept: Five years after a mystifying disaster decimates cities across the globe, Seria Morino receives an invitation from a mysterious woman to join Alice in Theater, a small stage troupe that takes it upon themselves to brighten the world through their performances using 3D hologram technology. As Seria settles in, she begins to uncover unexpected truths about herself and the world around her…

Gekidol Japanese Blu-ray Cover

[Source: Gekidol]

 

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