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Sentai Filmworks Share Draft Cover Artwork for High School of the Dead: Drifters of the Dead OVA

by SamJuly 26, 2013

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While its design could change between now and November, Sentai Filmworks have shared their draft cover artwork for the High School of the Dead: Drifters of the Dead OVA on DVD and Blu-ray.

The 16 minute OVA episode is set to be released by the company this coming November at the price of just $6.98 on DVD and $9.98 on the blu-ray platform. It is set to come with both the original Japanese dub and a newly produced English dub as was produced for the main series.

When an unplanned stop on a deserted island gives Takashi, Saeko and the rest of the ragged band of survivors a chance to expose themselves to something other than zombie bites for a change, they’re more than ready to take a break and let their hair down.  Discovering the remnants of an old beach store, the entire group strips to swimsuits and sets out to make the uninhabited island inhabitable, but they’re unaware that this seeming paradise is actually just the dead calm before the storm.  Because sometimes the recently deceased aren’t the only problems that can lie buried in the sand, and as the swimwear comes off and the inhibitions come down, a kink in the island’s food chain sets a truly shocking series of events into motion!  You won’t believe what comes out next, but suffice it to say that the deserted island may not be so deserted after all!  It’s an extra special H.O.T.D. that’s even hotter than usual as the naked and the dead come together like never before in HIGH SCHOOL OF THE DEAD – DRIFTERS OF THE DEAD!

Sam
Your average, perhaps slightly geeky 23 year old University student who spends his days studying but his nights watching, reviewing and reporting on video games, anime and manga. Has been writing for The Otaku's Study ever since it opened in 2006 as Sam's Anime Study.
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