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Canaan - Complete Collection [Blu-ray]

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Product Details

  • Format: AC-3, DTS Surround Sound, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Sentai Filmworks
  • Release Date: Oct. 26 2010
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • ASIN: B003XJDT0I
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,652 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

Colors have scent. Sounds possess images. In this future world, where biochemical weapons have changed the game, an unlucky few have their senses blended. They are gifted with abilities beyond what normal humans feel. They possess synesthesia.


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Amazon.com: 4.1 out of 5 stars  15 reviews
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Canaan Blu-Ray is very a very good release... Nov. 7 2010
By Paul Vincent - Published on Amazon.com
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The other reviews have covered what the story is about...this review is of the actual Blu-Ray release.

Unlike what is printed on the back of the case it is not 1080P, it is 1080i. Even so the visuals are excellent if not really sharp. Vibrant colors with no color banding I could detect. Nice fluid motion as well with lines well defined. The DTS-HD Master Audio track is Excellent as well (I watched in Japanese w/ English subtitles). Tried the English track and it's an excellent track as well, just couldn't take Yun Yun's dub voice. Either one has great use of surround sound and the audio is clear enough to hear the "t"s stressed in the opening.

There are 4 extras on disc 2: Minorikawa's Report, Clean Opening, Clean Closing, and Credits. Minorikawa's Report basicially just uses video clips from the show to explain what you already know if you have seen the show...AMV's on YouTube are better done than this. The Clean Opening and Closing are nice visually, but the audio is not in HD and has over a 10dB level drop over the DTS-HD Master Audio track along with less definition. The credited episode DTS-HD Master Audio opening is MUCH better in the audio department.

So to sum it up - the visuals and audio is excellent in the Episodes. The Extras are good visually, but not so good on the audio end. Definitely would recommend getting the Blu-Ray over the DVD, not only because of the quality, but the Blu-Ray version costs less as well. The price I see now is a little high compared to my pre-ordered price though...$10 higher to be exact.

If you are a fan of this type of anime (action/drama/suspension) and don't mind that it's really a Mature title ( I don't see how Canaan retains a TV14 rating...), Canaan is an excellent Blu-Ray release to get.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad Nov. 12 2010
By B. Sounthonevichith - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought this anime simply cause I wanted something to watch and didn't want to rent from Netflix. Read a review from Otaku USA and although the review wasn't all that great I simply liked the character design too much to care and because of the action. Turned out to be a pretty good buy as far as I'm concerned. Storyline is better than I thought and the action is where it's at. Overall, pretty interesting story and very good animation. If you like action and animation and not so much with the story this will probably do it for you.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A short yet entertaining anime series~ April 28 2012
By Christopher Barrett - Published on Amazon.com
This series is actually a sequel (spinoff really) to the "428: F'sa Sareta Shibuya de" visual novel for Wii. The viewer follows friends Canaan and Maria for most of the series. The series is reminiscent of a Resident Evil style plot where some entity has purposefully infected people with a rare virus. The virus is almost always lethal, but there are those rare people who actually survive the virus but have their bodies affected in strange ways. Canaan is one of the people. Maria is her photographer friend. Though it is unnecessary to know what happens in the previous visual novel, it does help to explain some of the early plot holes and explain how Maria and Canaan know each other. Some of this is revealed in flashbacks through the anime series.

The series is short, only 13 episodes, but most of the episodes have a lot going on. The animation is very high quality and the backgrounds are lusciously beautiful. The Japanese voice acting is stellar. I watched both versions, and I have to say that Yum Yum and Maria in particular are nearly perfectly matched with their Japanese voice actors.

My negative points are few, but they are important. First, due to the short length of the series, there are quite a few plot holes and plot threads left unfinished. But probably the most annoying is a little 'glitch' in episode 8. The subtitles actually hit one off. Basically when someone is speaking, the subtitle for the next persons' audio is shown. So you see Canaan ask one of the girls if she is okay "Daijoubu ka?" but the subtitle says "Honored Alphard". Then we see the next scene Cumming's says "Alphard sama" with the subtitle for the next dialogue... awkward! But this is only in episode 8. Kind of makes you wonder if Sentai actually watched the finished Japanese audio and English subtitle version for error proofing.

The only other negative point is the finale kind of seems rushed and then we see one particular character having a very drawn out and melodramatic breakdown. I understand it is in keeping with her character, but I might not be the only person who was thinking "Hurry up and die already! I'm sick of hearing you! Jeez!" But I can totally forgive these small annoyances.

I actually checked this out from my local library, so I am quite pleased with it overall; but had I paid $42 I would probably be a bit miffed. Though it is a good series, it is short, and it's not too necessary to own. If you can stream this online or rent from Netflix or your local library (if you're lucky enough to have an anime friendly library nearby), then I would recommend that course of action before spending $42 to buy it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Missing Subtitles on Episode 6 Feb. 13 2013
By Okami Pikachu - Published on Amazon.com
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All other episodes have subtitles. I tried multiple copies and the subtitle problem persists. Rather disappointing given the otherwise excellent anime.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If You're A Fan Of Series Like Noir Or GunSlinger Girl Here's One To Check Out Too Dec 6 2012
By Rich(Anime&Games Will Always Prevail!) - Published on Amazon.com
For fans of femme fatales series like Noir or Madlax and the like here's another good choice to add to your anime collection, while I truly wish I could have gotten it here but the only version Amazon was selling was the blu-ray version and while good I mostly watch my anime on my PC most time which doesn't have a blu-ray player on it yet so I bought the regular set on another site. Regardless the series gives you what you want action and entertaining characters throughout the series, the animation and soundtrack fit very nicely together and the voice cast for the subbed and dubbed did a terrific job in their character roles. The story overall is a little generic no greatly but if you've seen series again like Noir or Phantom:Requiem For The Phantom then the storyline won't shock or surprise you too much.Regardless a entertaining series awaits you to check it out...

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