Adaptation

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The U.S. release of Shingetsutan Tsukihime. In 2004, Geneon announced it had licensed the series for distribution in North America under the title Tsukihime, Lunar Legend. After Geneon's American division ceased operation, the...

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The U.S. release of Shingetsutan Tsukihime. In 2004, Geneon announced it had licensed the series for distribution in North America under the title Tsukihime, Lunar Legend. After Geneon's American division ceased operation, the...

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The U.S. release of Shingetsutan Tsukihime. In 2004, Geneon announced it had licensed the series for distribution in North America under the title Tsukihime, Lunar Legend. After Geneon's American division ceased operation, the...

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Sentai Filmworks (previously A.D. Vision)'s 2-disc re-release of the original 3-disc release of Shingetsutan Tsukihime. The DVD MPEG2 video quality has been re-authored from scratch, and the quality is significantly higher than Geneon's...

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A box set released in the U.S. that contains Shingetsutan Tsukihime Volume 1, 2, and 3 (episodes 1-12).

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A limited first edition DVD that was released before the Shingetsutan Tsukihime began airing on TV. It came with an artbook, and goes over some background information surrounding Arcuied and the True Ancestors.

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In 2003, Tsukihime was adapted into a 12-episode anime TV series. The anime, directed by Sakurabi Katsushi and produced by J.C.Staff, began airing in October 9, 2003 on BS-i, TBS and Animax, who went on to broadcast it under the title Lunar Legend Tsukihime...

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In 2003, Tsukihime was adapted into a 12-episode anime TV series. The anime, directed by Sakurabi Katsushi and produced by J.C.Staff, began airing in October 9, 2003 on BS-i, TBS and Animax, who went on to broadcast it under the title Lunar Legend Tsukihime...

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In 2003, Tsukihime was adapted into a 12-episode anime TV series. The anime, directed by Sakurabi Katsushi and produced by J.C.Staff, began airing in October 9, 2003 on BS-i, TBS and Animax, who went on to broadcast it under the title Lunar Legend Tsukihime...

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In 2003, Tsukihime was adapted into a 12-episode anime TV series. The anime, directed by Sakurabi Katsushi and produced by J.C.Staff, began airing in October 9, 2003 on BS-i, TBS and Animax, who went on to broadcast it under the title Lunar Legend Tsukihime...

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