Discotek Media’s March Releases

Today, Discotek Media announced via Facebook that they will be distributing four incredible titles in March. The first titles are the two Zatch Bell! films, and Tenjho Tenge the complete series on Blu-Ray. Whereas, the final title is Great Mazinger the complete series on DVDDis. In addition, all of these titles are set to release on March 27th, 2018. Below are the official synopsis, and box art for the release:


Zatch Bell! Films:

Includes original Japanese audio, and English Subtitles.


101st Devil

While the battle to determine the next king of the demon realm has often been fraught, the rules were always clear: 100 demon children partnered with 100 humans would challenge each other, using 100 magical books. What none of them knew was that there was a 101st magical book, powerful enough to stop any of the others. Gash and Kiyomaro must begin a journey that will take them into the demon realm to confront the mysteries of Gash’s past. But will they escape in time to help their friends in a battle with a seemingly unstoppable enemy.


Attack of Mechavulcan

As Kiyomaro races to catch the bus to seaside camp, little does he know that Dr. M2, a demonic magic scientist from the future, has sent out a robot to kidnap him. He’s trapped in limbo with the mad magic scientist who wants to be his partner and an army of Vulcan robot lookalikes. Dr. M2 sends a robot to pretend to befriend Gash, keeping him away from Kiyomaro until M2 can abscond with the teen genius to the future. In the end, it comes down to saving the world with a little help from their friends…


Zatch Bell! is a manga series written and illustrated by Makoto Raiku. The series ran from January 2001 to December 2007, being published within Weekly Shōnen Sunday. The manga was adapted into a 150-episode anime series produced by Toei Animation airing from April 6, 2003 to March 26, 2006; as well as produced these animated films. Viz Media originally distributed, and dubbed the anime series however, they never completed Zatch Bell! The dub is well-known for its censorship, and featuring Debi Derryberry (voice of Jimmy Neutron) as Zatch. Currently, Discotek Media does not indicate if they will release the entire 150-episodes of the anime series.


Tenjho Tenge the Complete Series

Souichiro and Bob want to rule their new school, but just as they begin cracking heads, their plan is shot to hell. First there’s the Natsume sisters and their Juuken Club. If the older sister, Maya, isn’t kicking their butts, then the younger sister, Aya, is trying to force feed Souichiro and make him her husband! Then there’s the Student Executive Council that sends executioners to “educate” anyone who questions the council’s authority! Their education is just beginning! Includes the original Japanese language with English subtitles and the English dub!


Tenjho Tenge is a manga series created by Oh! great (Ito Ōgure), and ran from November 1997 to September 2010. The series was adapted into a 24-episode anime series, 2 OVAs, and an animated feature film produced by Madhouse. Geneon Entertainment licensed the series’ english dub. In America, Tenjho Tenge was originally televised on Fuse TV in 2007.


Great Mazinger the Complete Series

After a long and difficult battle, Dr. Hell and his malicious forces have been defeated. While it seems as though peace has been achieved, a much stronger evil has arisen; the Mycenaean Empire. Lead by the Emperor of Darkness, they waste no time to dispatch their fearsome Battle Beasts, which easily defeat Mazinger Z. As Koji and Sayaka leave for the United States, it’s up to skilled pilot, Tetsuya Tsurugi, and his new and improved Great Mazinger to take a stand!


Great Mazinger is the ultimate giant robot, superior than it’s predecessor in every way. It freely soars the skies with its advanced wings, and strikes down evil with its Great Blade! Together with the Science Fortress Institute, Tetsuya pilots Great Mazinger to take down the evil Mycenaean Empire! The battle between good and evil continues in the exciting sequel to Mazinger Z! This includes the original Japanese language with English subtitles!


Great Mazinger, the sequel to Mazinger Z, created by Go Nagai. The series immediately picks up where its predecessor ended, spanning for 56-episodes. Great Mazinger was produced by Toei Animation and ran from September 8, 1974 to September 28, 1975; before it was succeeded by UFO Robot Grendizer in October 1975.


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