Monster anime has a new home on Blu-Ray, DVD and streaming.
The anime series, which ran from 2013 to 2018, was remastered and updated with new artwork and soundtracks.
The new edition features the first ever English dub of the series.
The show’s original anime director, Kana Hanazawa, also directed the two Blu-rays and Blu-Rays.
The Blu-Rs and DVDs are being released as part of a new wave of Japanese anime releases.
Previously, anime releases focused on the traditional Japanese anime format and the English dub.
The Blu-rays are also being released in the U.S. and Canada as part in a wave of English-language releases that includes anime releases from other countries.
The remastered version of Monster, produced by Shueisha, features English audio and subtitles and comes with a new English-subtitled video.
The English-dubbed version also comes with English subtitles.
Monster was originally aired in Japan from 2006 to 2008.
The original series ran for three seasons and featured two main leads.
The series was then picked up by Funimation Entertainment and released in North America and Europe.
The company also produced the TV anime series that ran from 2009 to 2012, Monster-tai-Shiroku: Shiroku Shōjo no Koi, and the live-action film Monster: The Lost Girl.
The latest remastered release of Monster also includes an English audio track.
The original Monster anime was released in English on DVD in 2006, and in 2007, a DVD-only version was released.
It ran for two seasons, with the fifth and final season being the last.
In 2011, Funimation released the anime in an English dub on DVD.
In 2013, Funime began streaming the anime through Crunchyroll.
The English dub was released on Netflix in 2018 and Funimation began streaming it in 2019.