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Angel Beats' 7th BD/DVD to Include Unaired Specialposted on 2010-06-24 21:00 EDT
The 7th Blu-ray and DVD volumes of the Angel Beats! television anime series will include not only the 13th and final television episode "Graduation," but also an unaired special. The Blu-ray edition and the limited DVD edition will also bundle a bonus DVD with the second "making-of" video for the series. The 13th television episode is airing in Japan on Friday.
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