According to FUNimation’s official blog, FUNi has the rights to the two Vandread OVAs known as Vandread Gekitouhen (Tubulence) and Vandread Taidouhen (Integral). Vandread, originally released by Pioneer in 2002, managed to have a small cult following, but never high enough sales figures to justify the licensing of the two season condensing OVAs released by GONZO in Japan. Each OVA reduces the 13-episode season to a tighter story – some times re-arranging the order of events seen during the TV show — with updated animation and a small amount of new footage. The Japanese releases also included a thick artbook and a hardshelled artbox to hold the artbook and DVD.
There are no details available yet on when or how the Vandread OVAs will be made available. FUNimation recently released Vandread: The Complete Series on DVD on April 7th after Geneon’s license expired.