The third MCM pickup is a Beez rescue title, and a surprising addition to the Anime Limited catalogue. Funimation streamed the series but never released it, so the UK is the first English territory to release the show on Blu-ray.
The Tatami Galaxy (Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei) is directed by Masaaki Yuasa (Mind Game, Ping Pong the Animation) and animated by studio Madhouse. The show is unique in a sense that the dialogue is very fast and in theory can't be translated with an English dub. It's got some great illustration art as well.
Anime Limited's release is a Collector's Edition set with all 11 episodes across 2 Blu-ray discs. Since there's no English dub (and I doubt one will be made), the show is Japanese audio with optional English subtitles. The discs are region locked to B. On-disc content includes a couple bonus features such as Title-Free Songs and even a Creator Interview which lasts nearly 20 minutes (and yes you can turn off the subs if you wish). Collector's extras include a 60 page booklet and 4 artcards with a really nice chipboard box.
Audio: LPCM 2.0
Video: 1080p HD Native 16:9
Subtitles Locked: No
Plot Synopsis (via Anime Limited):
From Award-winning director, Masaaki Yuasa, comes a series that turns animation completely on its head.
When a college dropout stops for a late night bite at a mysterious ramen stand, he crosses paths with a self-proclaimed deity of matrimony. This bizarre meeting sends the young man hurtling through a horrifying flashback to his not-so-glorious college days when the influence of a cruel new friend turned him from a hopeless romantic into a mischievous black cupid.
On-Disc Extra Content:
Creator Interview (~20 minutes long)
Collector's Edition Extras:
Chipboard rigid box packaging with digipack
The Tatami Galaxy is only available in the UK on Blu-ray from Anime Limited.