After watching Wolf Children originally as part of this years Gold Coast Film Festival (Which included the appearance of director Mamoru Hosoda at Gold Coast Supanova across the road), myself and I am sure many others have been waiting to find out when the international home video release of the film will be made available.
Funimation announced during their industry panel at Otakon 2013 that they will be releasing the hybrid dubbed edition of the film as part of a DVD/Blu-ray combo set on the 11th November 2013.
While I am waiting for the physical release of the film before writing up my review of it, I do have a review of its official Japanese artbook and an interview with Mamoru Hosoda himself which I invite you to read.
Wolf Children is a staggeringly beautiful animated feature film from director Mamoru Hosoda (Summer Wars). This epic cinematic achievement follows Hana, a woman who falls in love with a Wolf Man and gives birth to two half human, half wolf children. After the tragic death of her beloved, Hana seeks refuge in rural town where she attempts to build a life for herself and her children.