In my post in which I shared my haul from the MCM London Comic Con, I said I would take a more specific look at a few items in an unboxing post. This is that post, and the items I shall be looking at are the Dragon Ball Super: Broly Collector’s Edition, Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online Part 1 Collector’s Edition and Atelier Lulua ~The Scion of Arland~ Limited Edition.First up, the Dragon Ball Super: Broly Blu-ray Collector’s Edition. Better get used to seeing the artwork on the front cover, because it comes up at least a couple more times.The Blu-ray case has exactly the same art as the slip cover thing, so I was debating as to whether or not I should include a picture of it here. Well, I did in the end, as you can see.And of course the Blu-ray disc uses the same SSGSS Goku and Vegeta images as the cover.Here’s a post. Told you that you would be seeing this particular piece of artwork. I also have a smaller version of this poster up on my wall currently, which does not have any crease marks on it.Finally, something a bit different: stickers! We’ve got Goku and Vegeta in their Super Saiyan Blue forms, Golden Frieza and Super Saiyan Broly. If it was up to me, I would have varied it up a bit and had Vegeta in his Super Saiyan God form, but whatever.
Now I’ll move onto the second item.Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online Part 1 Blu-ray Collector’s Edition. This came with an Art Box exclusive to All the Anime’s online store, and Zavvi. The Art Box is what you can see above.The image on the Art Box wraps around, so on the back you can see Fukaziroh and LLENN.Next we have the rigid case, the front of which features LLENN and Pitohui.On the reverse of the rigid case, we have an image of LLENN with Team SHINC.Above is what the Blu-ray discs are contained in. It’s a pretty similar design on both sides, so I’m only showing off the one here.Here’s what the Blu-ray discs look like.Three art cards are included in the Collector’s Edition, all of which prominently feature LLENN. As should be the case.Finally, we have a 28 page booklet that focuses on the characters and their guns.The pictures above should provide an idea of what you would expect to see in the booklet.
Now to shift our focus to a video game. More specifically, Atelier Lulua ~The Scion of Arland~.Above are look at both the front and back of the box that contains everything in the Atelier Lulua ~The Scion of Arland~ Limited Edition. Both sides have the main character of the game, Lulua, looking pretty.Unsurprisingly, Lulua looks pretty on the game’s case as well. You can also see Lulua’s mother, Rorona, as well.Next is the Atelier Lulua ~The Scion of Arland~ Sound Archives CD, which of course has music from Atelier Lulua on it.Take a look inside the CD case, and this is what you’ll find. For those curious, the track listing looks like this:
- Presea (Off Vocal Ver.)
- Presea (Piano Ver.)
- Lulua Chasing Stars (Another Ver.)
- Lulua Chasing Stars: Fields (Another Ver.)
- Lulua Chasing Stars: Forest (Another Ver.)
- Shu Shu Waltz: For Lulua 3
- A Kind of Family (Unannounced Title)
- Always By Your Side (Unannounced Title)
- Tale of our journey (Off Vocal Ver.)
- Tale of our journey (Pop Ver.)
I’m not entirely sure what “Another Version” or “Unannounced Title” is all about, but that’s what the back of the CD case says each track is called.There is also a cloth poster.Next is an acrylic keychain set, featuring Rorona and Lulua.The last item is the Lulua and Alchemists of Arland Memorial Hardcover Art Book. Here’s a peek at some of the illustrations inside:
That covers everything.
A lot of neat stuff here across all three items, though I would have to say that Atelier Lulua has the best selection – though it was the most expensive of the three, so that makes sense.
These items, plus the other stuff I bought at MCM, will certainly keep me occupied for quite some time. I’ve already watched Dragon Ball Super: Broly, but I do look forward to getting around to everything else.