Yuki Yuna and Denki-Gai Get Pre-Order and Bundle Bonuses

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Ponycan USA, a newly established branch of the long-standing Pony Canyon, has recently announced their two first titles to be distributed in the US. With this exclusive release through Rightstuf, they also have a batch of bonuses for pre-orders also being available for the purchase of Yuki Yuna is a Hero and Denki-Gai.

yukiyunabr2Yuki Yuna is a Hero Collector’s Edition Set 1 will come with Episode 1-4, a special character song CD, a 24-page booklet with character designs, and two collectible wall pin-up pictures. Those who pre-order Yuki Yuna is a Hero before February 28th will also receive 10 sheets of key frame drawing reproductions showing Yuna Yuki transforming into a Hero, sealed in an exclusive illustrated bag.

Denki-Gai Collector’s Edition Set 1 will come with Episode 1-4, a special character song CD, a 24-page “Umanohone Magazine 1 & 2”, and two collectible wall pin-up pictures. Those that pre-order Denki-Gai before February 28th will receive a reproduction of an original, autographed illustration created especially for this release by the original manga artist on heavy art paper.

denkigaibr2Finally, for those that pre-order the special Yuki Yuna is a Hero & Denki-Gai Bundle before February 28th, Ponycan USA is offering an extra bonus on top of the previously mentioned ones. In addition, customers will receive one unique key frame drawing from Denki-Gai and  an additional 10 sheets of key frame drawing reproductions showing Mimori Togo transforming into a Hero, sealed in an exclusive illustrated bag.

It’s all quite a bit to unravel, but it shows Ponycan USA’s efforts to making a special deal for special fans looking to purchase their favorite titles from the Fall 2014 season. Each of the collections above are selling for $71.98 each and the bundle with both is currently listed at $143.96. Remember to get your pre-orders in before February 28th to lock in your bonuses.

Source: Rightstuf.com

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