Funimation’s Christmas Gift Guide for Anime Fans

Funimation's Christmas Gift Guide for Anime Fans

For anime fans of all ages, Funimation has got you covered for gifts this Christmas with a selection of the films and anime series available from the  Funimation Amazon Shop.

For lovers of all things Dragon Ball:

  • Dragon Ball Z Seasons 1 – 9 (RRP £39.99 each).  Alongside the Blu-ray, each box contains a poster and 4 x Art Cards  packaged in an exclusive collectors slip case.

For those looking for a more retro vibe, check out:

  • The Transformers: The Movie Limited Edition Steelbook (RRP £39.99).  The epic original film from 1986 features an all star cast bringing this inimitable, explosively entertaining Autobot adventure to life.

For cult classics:

  • AKIRA 4K (RRP £24.99)
  • Ghost in the Shell 4K Limited Edition (RRP £49.00).  The Steelbook comes with 1 x UHD and 1 x Blu-ray disc and contains 6 x Artcards and Matt Ferguson ‘Ghost in the Shell’ poster

For those with a love of shonen anime:

  • Yu Yu Hakusho Seasons 1 – 3 (RRP £39.99 each).  Each Blu-ray comes with 2 x Art Cards packaged in a collector’s slip case.

For those who love action and adventure:

  • My Hero Academia Season 4 Part 2 Limited Edition (RRP. 64.99)
  • One Punch Man Season 2 Limited Edition (RRP £59.99)
  • Code Geass Akito Limited Edition (RRP £44.99)
  • Death Parade Limited Edition (RRP £59.99)

For those looking for limited editions from the iconic Kyoto Animation studio:

  • K-ON Complete Series Limited Edition (RRP £49.99)
  • Hyouka Complete Limited Edition (RRP £44.99)
  • Nichijou: My Ordinary Life Limited Edition (RRP £64.99)

All products are available from the  Funimation Amazon Shop as well as all good retailers.

Funimation is an independently-operated joint venture between US-based Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Japan’s Aniplex, a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.

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