Aniplex of America Announces KILL la KILL Complete Blu-ray Box Set Release this Christmas!

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©TRIGGER, Kazuki Nakashima/Kill la Kill Partnership

“Life Fiber Synchronize! Kamui Senketsu” Studio TRIGGER’s iconic series gets a long awaited complete box set release!

SANTA MONICA, CA (JULY 4, 2019) – Aniplex of America is thrilled to announce the long awaited KILL la KILL Complete Blu-ray Box Set available on December 24 in the U.S., Canada, and Central and South Americas. The box set will include five Blu-ray discs containing all 24 episodes plus an unaired 25th episode, along with web version previews, textless openings and endings, as well as an exclusive “KILL la KILL Digest -Naked Memories by Aikuro Mikisugi-” animation.

KILL la KILL was a return to form in a sense for Director Imaishi. Created by the legendary duo, Kazuki Nakashima, and Hiroyuki Imaishi who also directed Gurren Lagann, the result is as Cam Shea of IGN puts it, “[it’s] creative, weird, super high energy and wonderfully animated. It also manages to indulge in, while simultaneously parodying, many classic anime tropes.”

The box set will contain five Blu-ray discs, a booklet, and, with brand new, exclusive cover art by Director Hiroyuki Imaishi. All twenty-five episodes come complete with the Complete Blu-ray Box Set will be complete with both English and Japanese audio and English and Spanish subtitles. Other bonus contents includes textless openings and endings, web previews, and exclusive video content. Fans can now have the legendary TRIGGER debut alongside Aniplex of America’s Gurren LagannComplete Blu-ray Disc Box. KILL la KILL Complete Blu-ray Box Set will be available beginning December 24th, 2019 with pre-orders open now at the online retailer,

The series was originally released in 2013 and produced by Studio TRIGGER (Little Witch AcademiaDARLING in the FRANXX) as their debut as an animation studio. The music was produced by acclaimed composer Hiroyuki Sawano (Blue Exorcist, ALDNOAH.ZERO).

KILL la KILL Complete Blu-ray Box Set includes:

<Disc Specs>

  • Spoken Languages: Japanese & English
  • Subtitles:         English, Spanish
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9 widescreen
  • Episodes:         1-24 + 25 (unaired episode)
  • Number of Disc: 5 Blu-ray Discs
  • Total Run Time: approx. 600 min.
  • Rating: 16 UP

<Bonus Contents>

  • Textless Openings & Endings
  • Web Version Previews
  • KILL la KILL Digest -Naked Memories by Aikuro Mikisugi-

* Bonus content subject to change.

* Bonus content include English subtitles


< Bonus Materials & Package>

  • Booklet
  • New Exclusive Cover Art by Director Hiroyuki Imaishi

* Bonus content subject to change.

Product number and UPC bar code:

Title Street Date SKU # UPC SRP Store price
KILL la KILL Complete Blu-ray Box Set


12/19/19 AOA-4506 816546022136 $199.98 $159.98

About KILL la KILL:

“Life Fiber Synchronize! Kamui Senketsu!!”

The anime created by the legendary duo of Kazuki Nakashima and Hiroyuki Imaishi (Gurren Lagann) is finally reborn as a complete Blu-ray box set!

Honnouji Academy, a school ruled by students clad in special outfits called Goku Uniforms. Deriding the student body as “pigs in human clothing,” Student Council President Satsuki Kiryuin, along with her loyal lieutenants, the Elite Four, takes absolute control of the entire campus. One day, a vagrant schoolgirl named Ryuko Matoi appears and tries to get Satsuki, who recognizes her Scissor Blade, to talk. Was their encounter mere coincidence, or was it fate? The clash between the two will soon consume the whole academy!



Original Work: TRIGGER, Kazuki Nakashima

Director: Hiroyuki Imaishi

Series Composition/Script: Kazuki Nakashima

Assistant Director: Akira Amemiya

Character Design & Chief Animation Director: SUSHIO

Creative Director: Shigeto Koyama

Set Design: You Yoshinari

Creative Officer: Hiromi Wakabayashi

Art Director: Yuji Kaneko

Color Setting: Yukiko Kakita (T2 Studio)

Director of Photography: Toyonori Yamada (Sanzigen)

Editing: Junichi Uematsu

Sound Director: Yoshikazu Iwanami

Music: Hiroyuki Sawano

Music Production: Aniplex

Animation Production: TRIGGER

Opening Theme Song #1: “sirius”/ Eir Aoi (SME Records)

Ending Theme Song #1: “Gomenne Iiko Ja Irarenai” / Miku Sawai (Sony Music Records)

Opening Theme Song #2: “ambiguous”/ GARNiDELiA (DefSTAR Records)

Ending Theme Song #2: “Shin Sekai Koukyougaku” / Sayonara Ponytail (Epic Records Japan)

CAST (Japanese / English)

Ryuko Matoi: Ami Koshimizu / Erica Mendez

Senketsu: Toshihiko Seki / David Vincent

Satsuki Kiryuin: Ryoka Yuzuki / Carrie Keranen

Mako Mankanshoku: Aya Suzaki / Christine Marie Cabanos

Aikuro Mikisugi: Shinichiro Miki / Matt Mercer

Tsumugu Kinagase: Katsuyuki Konishi / Kaiji Tang

Nui Harime: Yukari Tamura / Stephanie Sheh

Ragyo Kiryuin: Park Romi / Laura Post

Ira Gamagoori: Tetsu Inada / Patrick Seitz

Uzu Sanageyama: Nobuyuki Hiyama / Grant George

Nonon Jakuzure: Mayumi Shintani / Sarah Anne Williams

Houka Inumuta: Hiroyuki Yoshino / Steve Cannon

Shiro Iori: Yuji Ueda / Todd Haberkorn

Mataro Mankanshoku: Ayumu Fujimura / Lindsey Eaton

Barazo Mankanshoku: Kenyu Horiuchi / Michael Sorich

Sukuyo Mankanshoku: Yukari Fukui / Erika Harlacher

Guts: Katsuyuki Konishi / Derek Stephen Prince

Rei Hououmaru: Ayumu Fujimura / Cristina Vee

Mitsuzo Soroi: Akio Nojima / Doug Stone

Kaneo Takarada: Makoto Awane / Ben Diskin

English ADR Director: Alex von David

About Aniplex of America Inc.
Aniplex of America, Inc. (Santa Monica, California) is a subsidiary of Aniplex, Inc. (headquartered in Tokyo, Japan), a division of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan), Inc., and a leading provider of anime content and music production and distribution in Japan. The company’s ever-growing lineup of shows includes: Sword Art Online, FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST: BROTHERHOOD, Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works], Fate/Zero, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, March comes in like a lion, Blue Exorcist, KILL la KILL, Gurren Lagann, Monogatari series, anohana -The Flower We Saw That Day-, Cells at Work!The Promised Neverland, and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba. In 2017, the company made its first foray into mobile gaming with the launch of the English version of the popular mobile game, Fate/Grand Order, and recently announced their plans to release Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story‘s English version in the U.S. and Canada in summer of 2019.