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Idolmaster Extra Unaired Episode PV

Apr 29, 2012 @ 4:51 CDT

A preview clip has been released for a confirmed bonus unaired episode of The iDOLM@STER set to be included on the ninth Blu-ray volume – looking to be just as modestly moe as any other episode in the series.

Watching the sample video of this extra episode to become available June 28th, considering what we’ve seen with The iDOLM@STER prior, it looks to be all around tame – yet one shouldn’t perceive this as a negative, rather, it is actually preferred the series goes this route. A single episode OVA should not cause an anime to pivot on its axle – and thus, a simpler “final adventure” which merely reiterates the characters in a memorable fashion would be greatly superior, and that seems to be what is here.

An OVA bonus episode should ideally be a fun watch which does not alter the ending of the anime, but contributes to it instead – and still leave open the possibility of more installments to arrive, if so necessary. The anime was amazing beyond anticipation – and one can be sure this extra episode will certainly not fail to please.


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