FUNimation at the Movies – March Screening – Heaven's Lost Property

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Tomorrow, March 13th, there will be a screening of Heaven’s Lost Property for our monthly FUNimation at the Movies meetup! In case you’re not familiar with this program, every second Tuesday of the month FUNimation screens FREE anime at the Studio Movie Grill in Lewisville, TX. You can learn more about this screening (and subsequent screenings in the Dallas area) by clicking this link.

So, like we said, tomorrow we will be screening the first five episodes of Heaven’s Lost Property. Seating will be at 6:30 pm and the screening will be at 7:00 pm. We will have some fabulous door prizes too!

If you’re not familiar with Heaven’s Lost Property, here’s a short synopsis and the trailer:

Your wish is her desire.

Tomoki’s life was normal until a wish-granting angelic android named Ikaros fell from the sky and started calling him master! Of course, thanks to his raging teenage hormones, most of Tomoki’s wishes have something to do with panties. And that makes things pretty complicated, because one simple wish can lead to a rampaging robot made out of frilly undergarments. One tiny wish can turn bloomers into bombs capable of blowing up entire neighborhoods! If Tomoki doesn’t learn to control his impulses around Ikaros, and be more careful with his wishes, the chaos will only get crazier. Luckily, even with such a dirty mind, Tomoki’s heart is in the right place. His hands, however, are a completely different story.

Not close to Dallas and want a monthly screening in your area? Then organize your own FUNimation at the Movies screening! There are already other groups across the U.S. that are part of our program, in Austin, San Antonio, Syracuse, etc. Just email feedback@funimation.com to get more details on how you can become part of this awesome program.

Heaven’s Lost Property is currently available for purchase on Blu-ray/DVD Combo.

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