“Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water” Gets a New Blu-Ray Complete Set

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On June 2nd, Gkids announced a new 4k restoration of the entire series of Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water. The sci-fi series is a 1990-1991 anime that comes from visionary director Hideaki Anno (Neon Genesis Evangelion). This award-winning show is loosely based on the works of Jules Verne, and its’ popularity later inspired a film, manga, and video games.

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Available August 2, 2022 from GKIDS, the release features an all-new 4K restoration, and includes all 39 episodes of the series in both the original Japanese and an English dub, as well as a number of bonus features including a new booklet featuring character and mechanical designs from the series, a sneak-preview featurette, a TV spot, and more. Fans of the Nadia series can preorder their own copy for $44.98 now by visiting GKIDS.com.

Here is a summary of the story:
It’s 1889 and people from around the globe are flocking to Paris to see scientific achievements at the Exposition Universelle despite rumors of dangers lurking in the oceans. While attending the fair, teenaged inventor Jean meets Nadia, a mysterious girl who possesses a highly sought-after crystal called Blue Water. Pursued by nefarious forces, the pair journey by sea and by sky to escape their would-be captors and to discover the secret of the crystal.

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Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water: The Complete Series Bonus Features

  • NEW 4K restoration of the series
  • NEW Character and Mechanical Design booklet
  • TV Spot
  • Sneak-Preview Featurette
  • Prologue

See the trailer here:


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