‘Mon Colle Knights’ Adventure Anime To Get Blu-Ray Release

‘Six Gates Far Away Mon Colle Knight’ is a fantasy adventure manga written by Satoru Akahori and Katsumi Hasegawa with illustrations by Hideaki Nishikawa for Kadokawa Shoten Publishing. The series ran from September 27, 1999, to April 27, 2001 and was released in four volumes. It was picked up by Studio Deen for an anime that ran for fifty-one episodes.
Discotek Media produced forty-six for an English dub known as ‘Mon Colle Knights’ in 2000. For the first time, they are releasing it on home video in Blu-Ray.
The English cast included Derek Stephen Prince (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders), Brianne Siddall (Digimon), Jamieson Price (Flint the Time Detective), Wendee Lee (Robotech), Joe Ochman (BNA: Brand New Animal), Michael Sorich (Naruto), R. Martin Klein (Eagle Riders), Philece Sampler (Great Teacher Onizuka), and Lex Lang (Transformers: Robots in Disguise).
The DVD is currently available for pre-order ahead of its March 31, 2022 release date.
You can check out the box set for the Blu-Ray below:

Right Stuf Anime describes the synopsis as follows,
“Professor Hiiragi discovers the existence of Mon World, an other-dimensional world full of monsters and powerful hidden treasures known as Monster Items. Determined to connect Earth to Mon World, he creates the Utopian Eagle, a ship capable of traveling to the next dimension over. Hiiragi embarks on a voyage of adventure with his fifth-grade daughter, Rockna, and her classmate, Mondo.
However, they’re foiled at every turn by Prince Eccentro and his assistants, who want the Monster Items for themselves in order to conquer both worlds. Becoming the heroes known as Mon Colle Knights, Mondo and Rockna join forces with the monsters of Mon World, striking back against Prince Eccentro while searching for the Monster Items in the name of friendship between their worlds.”
The anime was directed by Yasunao Aoki with music from Hiroshi Sakamoto. Tony Oliver, Scott Page-Pagester, and Michael Sorich served as the voice directors for the dub.

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