Yesterday we reported that Manga Entertainment would be bringing the latest Pokémon movie to the UK in May, but it turns out that isn’t the only big name coming our way next month, with Universal Pictures today confirming plans to release the first season of My Hero Academia on DVD and Blu-ray in the United Kingdom.
The upcoming release will be a Collector’s Edition including all 13 episodes across both formats, with Japanese-subtitled and English-dubbed audio options. While exact details have yet to be confirmed, the Amazon listing uses packshots of Funimation’s Collector’s Edition set in North America, which includes:
– 88 page Artbook with original character art
– 48 page Notebook signed by All Might
– Deku figure keychain
Meanwhile on-disc extras may include:
– Clean opening and ending videos
– Anime Expo Panel
– Animefest 2016 Artist Sketches
– Inside the Episodes
– Interviews with cast and crew
– Simuldub trailer
Universal will be releasing My Hero Academia on 15th of May, with pre-orders expected to open this weekend. If you want to try the series out before you buy, then you can watch it legally through Crunchyroll or FunimationNow, who are also simulcasting the currently airing second season.