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Sekirei Season 2: Pure Engagement Collection [Blu-ray + DVD]


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  • Format: Box set, DVD + Blu-ray, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Studio: Funimation
  • Release Date: Jan. 3 2012
  • Run Time: 350 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005W2BWMG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #31,056 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steve on Jan. 4 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Sekirei's strength as a series lies in its ability to combine the shallow trappings of action and fanservice with a strong character dynamic and surprising emotional depth, culminating in a show that's fun to watch and sucks the viewer into the story. The second season, Sekirei: Pure Engagement, expands on what the first season did well and does it better. Now that the premise has been established and the main cast is fully assembled, the series is given free reign to expand on the scenario and develop the characters. What results is a season with a tighter plot than the first, with a satisfying blend of humour and drama, and improvements all across the board.

Since it picks up where the first season left off, it's only prudent to watch it before jumping into season two. This Limited Edition DVD/Blu-Ray set comes with a special display box specifically so those who already own Season One can store it and Season Two together. It also comes with an OVA that takes place betweeen the two seasons, which bizarrely is on the 2nd Blu-Ray/3rd DVD. It would have made more sense to put it on the first disc for both. There are also audio commentaries on episode 5 and 10 by the director and voice actors.

The audio commentary for episode 5 officially confirms a third season is on the way. I'm looking foreward to it!
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Other reviews have been right: this is a great production with a lovely storyline, but it is the artistic details and musical accompaniments that make this a series worth owning. (Season 1 is a prerequisite and just as rich but Season 2 is better for continuity and closure.) The colors and contrasts are visually captivating, even if the characters themselves are sometimes predictably unidimensional. The interactions, however, elevate the plot and human qualities. The boobies/fan service seem relatively superfluous, but it is not something I'd complain about. The character of Musubi san really illustrates the meaning of the Japanese word "genki".
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Format: Blu-ray
Listen to what Steve has to say.
I agree 100% and i bassicaly did this to bring up the stars.
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Norman Wolf on Jan. 13 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Once again, as with Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, Funimation has released a bluray set with non-selectable subs. You can have English audio with No subs or Japanese audio with FULL subs. Hearing impaired persons can't have English audio with subs, and Japanese literate persons can't listen in Japanese with no subs.
Fopr years, dvds have had selectable subs. There is no excuse for releasing a crippled set like this. Also, audio cannot be changed with the audio button bluray player remotes; you have to go to the bluray menu to do that. That is also retarded. Video and audio quality are decent, but with crippled subtitles, I can only give this an abysmal 1 star. I'd get my money back if I could.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
waited too long for this Nov. 6 2011
By gaia1 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
I saw Sekirei the first season and fell in love with the series. It shocked me a little at first with how much fan service was in it but it was more surprising to see an anime that came with fan service and actually still had an enjoyable story to it. I can not wait to have this added to my collection of anime that I already got
35 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Great Story! Nov. 15 2011
By Ragnar - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This has all the hallmarks of this type of anime: the sexy fighting girls, the embarrassed, reluctant male hero, titanic battles, and a darling way of presenting young love.

Still, it pushes things a bit! There is the over-arching story of a city being ruthlessly controlled by a corporate Police State; not a government, but a megacorporation that soared to power after its founder discovered a hidden technology on a remote island.

But there is another part to the story: that of the BONDS of LOVE that can cause people to reach so deeply, and call so urgently upon their strength in order to protect those bonds, that something BRAND NEW can emerge -- something wonderful!

Even the WINGED (emerged) Sekireis are subject to all the usual frailties ... jealosy, selfishness, wickedness; but the BIRDS of LOVE, as they are called, will teach and learn about love ... as ordained by the Sekirei of Fate.

As usual, the question looms: "What will prevail? The disasters brought about by human shortcomings, or that which lies on the other side of the BONDS of LOVE? And are the Sekireis and their Masters willing participants in the GREAT GAME (The Sekirei Plan), or are they helpless pawns, subject to the whims of a power-mad meglomaniac?"

You decide; but the girls are lovely, the action is great, and the story ... well, after watching through season 2 ...

I want more!

Water Celebration!

... to be cont'd!
25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
It keeps getting better Nov. 20 2011
By The Anime Adict - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
Let me start by saying as expected if you have not watched the first season of this series don't even try to watch this season. That said if you did watch the first season you are most definately going to want to watch this one.

Sekirei was a bit of a surprise for me. Despie how it is advertised as yet another fan fair, panty on the brain and not much else series there is a great deal more to the show then that. Yes the curse has been broken we finally have a fan service anime with a BRAIN! Underneath all of the nudity, panties and bouncing there are likable characters with real personalities not to mention a fair story line. Yes that's right this series actually has a purpose beyond fan service! But if you watched the first season you already know this,

The second season here picks up a little while after the first and tasks off with a vengeance. A lot of the questions posed in the previous season are answered but enough is left out that they could make a third season if they so choose, it is even hinted at. Despite this there are enough loose threads tied up that you feel fine with it ending as it is.

As with the previous season the animation is excellent, blending with 3d effects for some truly eye popping fight scenes and the voice acting top notch as well. Combined this with a decent, not excellent mind you, decent storyline and Sekirei is one of those rare series that while not one of the best anime ever made is most certainly among your favorites.

In the end though the question is should I buy this season or series. Well let me be frank, it's $60 and the show is only 13 episodes long, about 5 hours. While fun, enjoyable and among my favorites that is just too high a price for me to recommend anyone to buy. I suggest waiting for the price to either drop or until they come out with a complete series box set with both seasons for the same price before buying this little gem.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Better than Season 1 Jan. 9 2012
By R. Lowe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Just finished watching the 2nd season over the weekend and was super impressed with it on Blu-ray, looked really amazing. The story i think continues to improve as the episodes move forward. Minato is slowly growing up and realizing how important his relationship with each of his Sekirei is, and that they all have things to offer him and he them. The fan service is almost stepped up a notch (Kazehana) but the story and characters make this an excellent series in my opinion. The OVA is really funny also with 2 short tales. Poor Benetsubasa.....Hahane is a great foil for her.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Enjoyable Second Season Wtih New Episodes But No Closure Jan. 6 2012
By Rich(Anime&Games Will Always Prevail!) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
While the second season gives us more airtime with the characters we got to know with the first season as well as some introduction time for some of the mentioned shadow characters from the first season at the end it just felt like more episodes for us to watch with no true answers to the questions we want to know especially the big one about the final outcome of the Sekirei plan. As expected there's a ton of fan service here so if you're uncomfortable with that then this series isn't for you, but while you do get the panty shots and topless nudity the action and overall entertainment from the series makes it an enjoyable series. The animation and soundtrack fit nicely together and the voice cast is very well done for their character roles both for the dubbed and subbed voice cast.If you're still unsure of the series I do say check out the first season set otherwise you can get a little lost on who the characters are and what the basic premise of the series is about but I'm sure once you watch the first season you'll be getting the second season soon afterwords...

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