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FUNimation Adds New Price Drops

Two established anime releases get a little more affordable

By Chris Beveridge     February 01, 2011

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FUNimation regularly rolls out price reductions on older releases and a pair of new ones hit today that might tickle your fancy, especially if you're looking for something to have on hand if you're being buried by copious amounts of snow. FUNimation has informed Right Stuf that they're reducing the price of the Claymore Blu-ray set to $54.98, which is the entire series, as well as reducing the price of the first Dragon Ball TV series season to $34.98, which has a good amount of pint sized Goku goodness to it.

Claymore: A brutal scourge stalks the land. Yoma, monsters driven by a hunger satisfied by only one quarry: Humanity. The dark breed knows but a singular foe: Claymore. Human-Yoma hybrids of extraordinary strength and cunning, the Claymores roam from skirmish to skirmish delivering salvation by the edge of a blade.

Dragon Ball: Goku may be small, but this fearless warrior packs a punch as powerful as any on the planet. Left alone after his grandfather's death, this unusual boy is happy to spend his days hunting and eating and eating some more. But everything changes on the day he meets Bulma - a bossy, blue-haired beauty with boys on the brain. Together, they set out to track down the seven magic Dragon Balls and make the wish that will change their lives forever. And that's just the beginning! Goku also spends some time on Turtle Island where he and Krillin study martial arts under the legendary Master Roshi. The old hermit may not look like much, but if his new pupils can find him a woman, he'll make sure they're ready to rumble at the upcoming World Martial Arts Tournament!

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Calibur454 2/1/2011 2:57:29 PM

lower prices is always a good thing but does the price drop include regular dvds as well

sickVisionz 2/3/2011 6:32:45 AM

I'd like to see what this does to retail prices.  Claymore dropped to $55 but I paid in the low $30s for it brand new from either Right Stuf or Amazon so I'm not sure what any of this really means.



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