Thursday 25 September 2014

News roundup: More difficult-to-obtain Sengoku Basara merchandise is on the way

Preorders for the next Sengoku Basara plushies will open tomorrow

If you've been waiting to preorder the new Motochika and Motonari plushies from Gift x Algernon, they'll be available tomorrow from a variety of shops. These plushies often sell out quickly so it's advisable to place your order quickly once the listings appear online.

An art book will be released for Sengoku Basara Judge End

The Television Anime Sengoku Basara Judge End: Official Illustration & Genga Collection book will be released by ASCII Media Works on 28th November 2014, according to a MangaOh listing. No other details have yet been revealed.

Exclusive new merchandise is unveiled for fan club members

The first two scheduled Basara Club Fan Meeting 2014 Autumn events will be held this weekend for a very select audience of people who won tickets in the preorder lottery (as well as a few who queue up early for the handful of last-minute tickets on offer at the door). These fan meetings are mini-events which each feature two seiyuu guests, two stage play actors and KobaP. There's a much more intimate atmosphere than a full Basara Matsuri so only a small number of people are able to participate, however anyone with a membership card for the club can show up at the venue to purchase exclusive goods if they happen to live nearby.

Here's a quick rundown of the special items which will be released for attendees.

A selection of 25 'favourite warrior' badges (¥800 each):

The character selection is eccentric, but these pictures are really cute.

The second exclusive item is an original vinyl shopping bag (¥300):

Fans who can't make the event can purchase new regular fan club merchandise instead. The following three items will soon be available through the fan club shop.

The third set of collectible IC card stickers (¥500 each):

An 'eco' tote bag (¥1,000):

A selection of eight cushion keychains (¥800 each):

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