Discotek To Release ‘Nagai Go World’ On Blu-Ray

The 1991 comedy anime ‘CB Chara Nagai Go World’ is coming to Blu-ray DVD for the first time thanks to a release from Discotek Media. The three-part OVA parodies the works of mangaka Go Nagai including Devilman, Mazinger Z, and Violence Jack in a chibi style. The series was written and directed by Umanosuke Iida (Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team: Miller’s Report) and produced by the Japanese animation studio Triangle Staff Corp. (Legend of Crystania: The Chaos Ring).

Discotek plans on releasing the Blu-ray in its original Japanese with English subtitles on September 26, 2023, though it is currently available for pre-order on the Right Stuf Anime website.

They revealed the DVD box art:

Discotek describes the series as follows,

“In the world of Japanese animation, Go Nagai is a legend. As one of the most prolific creators of anime works of all time, Go Nagai has single-handedly created entire genres, as well as pushed boundaries and set new standards for generations of artists and writers to come.

Whether exploring anti-war sentiments through extreme violence with his most popular work, Devilman, or carving through a culture of shame towards sexuality with Harenchi Gakuen, it’s no exaggeration to say that Go Nagai has changed Japanese culture forever. And now, his creations are super deformed! Akira Fudo wakes up one morning to find his body isn’t quite right.

And he isn’t the only one! Alongside Miki and Ryo, Akira will need to find a way to return his body to normal, and along their three episode OVA journey, they’ll meet strange people from strange lands–yet are all too familiar to fans! Catch all the super deformed fun of Go Nagai World in this Blu-ray!”

Go Nagai released a manga adaption in 1992 titled ‘CB Chara Nagai Go World Gekitotsu! Shin Shun Kakushi Geitai Kai.’

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