March Comes In Like a Lion Volume 3 Blu-ray
About March Comes In Like a Lion Volume 3 Blu-ray
March Comes In Like a Lion volume 3 contains anime episodes 23-33 of the anime directed by Kenjirō Okada in a rigid box illustrated by Nobuhiro Sugiyama plus a Deluxe Booklet which includes End Card Illustrations.
From Chica Umino, the author of Honey & Clover, comes the award-winning coming-of-age manga about a shogi player and the meaning of family. March comes in like a lion returns to life in full animation for a second season by director Akiyuki Shimbou (Puella Magi Madoka Magica, the Monogatari series)!
Rei Kiriyama, 18 years old. Occupation: Professional shogi player. After losing his family at a young age, all Rei had growing up was a shogi board to cling to. The three sisters Akari, Hinata and Momo were the ones to gradually bring light back into his life. When Rei learns that Hinata has become the target of bullying at school, he desperately searches for ways to protect what is important to him.
Special Features: Textless Opening, Textless Endings (TV & Retail versions), Trailers and Commercials (with English subtitles)
*Bonus contents subject to change
Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US, Canada, Central and South America only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan.
Ordering Note: All sales for this item are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, if a replacement is not available a Gift Card will be issued.
- Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Drama
- Themes: Slice of Life, Sports
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 275
- Year Created: 2017
- Release Date: 12/18/2018
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Nice Boxset for a Good Show, But Too Expensive
by Harry -
The March Comes in Like a Lion sets are really good quality and come with nice art books. The only problem is that Aniplex tends to price these pretty high, especially for the amount of episodes you’re getting, and it’s too bad that there’s no standard edition for these Blu-rays as they are the only official way to own the series physically in the US
Expensive but the build quality is worth it; looks fantastic on the shelf
by CM -
Easily one of the nicer blu-ray releases outside of Japan.
The box is well built, weighty, and has a nice, smooth, almost soft to the touch, finish. The design of the art—front, back, spine, interior, and discs—is clean and aesthetically pleasing. My only complaint is that the discs are housed in a fairly standard BD case rather than an illustrated digipak. Though I do appreciate the fact that the plastic of the case has a gray finish rather than the abhorrent standard "Blu-ray" blue.
The extras are okay. The art booklet is pretty nice—though it can't hold a candle to the art book included in the now out press, 2012, Serial Experiments Lain: Complete Series BD release. The only other extra I'd want is an OST CD, but the inclusion of such is rare outside of Japan, not like that's an excuse.
I'm glad that Aniplex of America puts out high quality, multi-volume BD sets. An anime of this caliber deserves it.