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Preview: BLESSING OF THE CAMPANELLA DVD Collection

Leicester Maycraft leads a charmed life. His parents are nobility and he spends his days crafting inventions and questing alongside his friends in Clan Oasis. It also doesn’t hurt that every pretty girl in town is in love with him, including the Duke’s daughter, Carina Verriti. Life couldn’t possibly get any better. Until it does. Energy from a supernatural meteor shower awakens the adorable automaton, Minette, who imprints on Leicester as her “papa”. Just like that, Leicester’s entourage of beautiful girls goes from flattering to ridiculous.

Joined by Sacred Knight Chelsea Arcot and automaton artisan Agnes Boulange, Clan Oasis sets out to discover Minette’s origin. But all work and no play isn’t exactly what these adventurers have in mind. They’ll get around to solving the mystery — when they’re not performing oddball quests or hanging out at the beach!

BLESSING OF THE CAMPANELLA is directed by Shinji Ushiro (WE WITHOUT WINGS), based on the visual novel by Windmill, and features animation by AIC (HEAVEN’S LOST PROPERT, NYAN KOI!).

Format: DVD (Litebox)
Street Date: 11/3/2015
Disc Count: 3
Runtime: 300 minutes
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy
Age Rating: TV14
Audio: Japanese (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
Subtitles: English
Video: 16:9, Color
Catalog #: NZDVD1562
ISBN: 978-1-57032-605-9
UPC: 7-42617-1562-2-9
SRP: $34.99

Contains Episodes 1-12 and the 30-minute OVA.

Special Features: US Trailer, Clean Openings, Clean Closing, Promotional Videos, Bathtime Specials, Commercials, Trailers

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