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Time To Get FREE! Funimation To Release OVA and Series In Combo Pack

Production company Funimation, home to popular Yaoi anime Free!, is releasing a combo pack for fans. Free! -Eternal Summer- to include the OVA, and a fourteenth episode of the series that was not broadcast on Japanese television or on simulcast will be included in this combo! This will affect the Premium Edition, Limited Edition, and Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack. All three will now be available February 16, 2016 (but pre-order now)!

So what does this mean for fans? Well,  if you’ve pre-ordered the series already, no sweat—your order will remain the same, but your home video release will now include the extra content. If you haven’t pre-ordered yet, you can do so now. Pre-order before the release date and you’ll also be entered to win some great prizes! (If you’ve already pre-ordered, you’re already automatically entered.)

The OVA is really pretty special. Its an all-out water gun fight full-length episode with the Iwatobi and Samezuka boys, full of hilarity, drama, wet swimmer boys and… maid outfits? Who’s going to come out on top?! (I’m such a cheeky bastard). Suffice to say, if you’re a Free! fan craving more content after the end of the TV series, you won’t want to miss out on this one.

Need more reasons to pre-order? Check out everything you get in the Free! –Eternal Summer- “For the Future” Premium Edition See more at: http://www.funimation.com/blog/2015/10/#sthash.CQU2lUN6.dpuf


Source: Funimation Archives

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Valerie Complex is a freelance writer, and professional nerd. As a lover of Japanese animation, and all things film, she is passionate about diversity across all entertainment mediums.

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