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Queens Blade Collection [Blu-ray] [Import]

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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: Japanese, English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Anime Works
  • Release Date: Dec 14 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0045O2PH8
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I liked the storyline along with the action and visuals. I would recommend this to any anime fan. Great presentation in 1080p HD and DTS-HD 2.0 lossless audio. Vocals were strong and not drowned out by background music or effects. Just sorry it wasn't in 5.1. Also sorry that Amazon no longer carries Part 2. Would've purchased that one as well. It continues the story where Part 1 left off and brings everything full circle, as well as completing the set.
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Fantastic. Thank You.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa9b84168) out of 5 stars 25 reviews
31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa9badbac) out of 5 stars Queen's Blade season 1 Oct. 3 2011
By Raps - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I'll get this straight that this is intended for mature audience only... it has nudity and sexual content... I'll just tackle on the blu ray contents...

The ratio spec is 1080p transfer in 1.78:1 widescreen format... the quality is superbly awesome the background and animation fluidity of movement even the colors are bright and very sharp... Audio is 5.1 in English or Japanese languages...

What you'll get:

Disc 1:
Episodes 1-6
Specials:
OVA Episodes 1-3 (Short stories in Gynos Academy etc...)
Textless Opening
Textless Special Ending (Oil paint pictures of the characters)
Textless Endings (Leina Ver.)...(censored and uncensored versions)

Disc 2:
Episodes 7-12
OVA Episodes 4-6 (Short stories in Gynos Academy etc...)
Textless Endings (Nanael Ver.)... (censored and uncensored versions)
Textless Endings (Tomoe Ver.)... (censored and uncensored versions)
TAF 09 Event (promoting the series)
V.A. Interviews... (hosted by Ayako Kawasumi aka Leina and Momiko Noto aka Tomoe)

Just don't expect to too much on the story... it's a typical story of a hero that goes on it's way to a tournament... it's all about visuals and fan service which what the series is intended to... anyway it all started as a visual art-books...

The plus factor here is the price... In Japan each Blu ray cost $80 with just 2 episodes but with bunch of extras like: audio cd, post cards, booklets etc... Lucky that I don't have to import and make my wallet bleed...

I would also recommend Queen's Blade season 2 aka Queen's Blade 2... I believe it's already available... it's the continuation of the series and brings closure to the tournament...

Overall if you like a lot of fan service like Ikkitousen... I definitely recommend it...
36 of 40 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa9baddf8) out of 5 stars Excellent! Aug. 21 2011
By SM-NM Catboy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I have seen Queen's Blade prior to buying this Blu-Ray, but I wanted it for my collection. As I was looking through the product description (and comments), I found that some information was missing or inconsistent. Anyway, I bought the Blu-Ray and would like to share these facts about it:

1. There are two discs. Some people said that they got three discs, but I got two. That must be a version issue or something.
2. The animation is uncut and uncensored. Therefore, this is not for children (I can't imagine anyone buying Queen's Blade for them anyway).
3. You can choose English audio, Japanese audio, Japanese audio with English subtitle, or some fourth option that I forgot (English audio with English subtitle?) Anyway. I wanted Japanese audio with an option to turn on English subtitle, so this Blu-Ray has what I wanted.

As for the video quality, one word: excellent. If you are a fan of Queen's Blade, you won't regret buying this Blu-Ray.
22 of 27 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa9baddbc) out of 5 stars FINALLY IT IS OUT April 23 2011
By Anime Lover - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Okay, I know the header is not really a good indicator of the show but when I ordered the series in October and it gets pushed back as much as the next Duke Nukem game (Yes I know that is coimg out on 6/14 as of this posting, but we will believe it when I see it), the only thing I can say is FINALLY!!!!

the story is about a world where every 4 years a tournament is held to determine who would be the most powerful and gorgeous queen. Women warriors complete in sanctioned battle watched over by an angels to determine who would be the most worthy to be the queen. The story, while having a large cast of characters, seem to focus on two fighters, Leena a noble daughter who wishes to make her own way in the world, and Tomoe a warrior priestess who is fighting to save her country from corruption and to avenge her fallen sisterhood. As the two warriors travel to Gynos (no comment), the capital city they will meet other fighters and have many experiences. But in the shadows the Swamp Witch and her minions strive to destroy the Queens Blade and rule over all.

While there is very strong fan service in this series, and very strong innuendo (definately not for kids), it does have a well written story which gives you a good background of the people and the world they are in, and a well developed cast of characters (and I mean they each have a good backstories)and you actually have a good first season. It was well dubbed and and there are 12 episodes with 6 ovas, bringing the total to 18 episodes (the OVAS are like Kohime Muso where the characters are resurrected in a 20th century high school setting) And with the second season first disk coming out in may I actually am looking forward to seeing how the tournament progresses.

Till next time
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa9bb20cc) out of 5 stars Nose bleeds, just Major, Major Nose Bleeds! Oct. 20 2011
By KevByr - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
Queens Blade is.......a constant nose bleed waiting to happen. This show has action, blood, violence and last but not least, T&A it delivers on so many levels and I hope to see more. now if you don't mind my nose is going too start bleeding again.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa9bb25c4) out of 5 stars No story, great animation and fan service. Nov. 22 2012
By KevinB - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This anime has a really thin story line. There is a tournament called the Queen's Blade Tournament. The tournament is held to determine the strongest and most beautiful woman of all. I fail to see how the 2 are connected, but who cares. The young heiress, Leina, is caught up in the tournament while trying to escape from her controlling father. The are also many other women who are traveling to compete in the tournament. It has a very fantasy/adventure setting to it. There are lots of very beautiful and colorful characters. It's about as wild as an anime can get, without being called hentai.

This anime has a weak story, like Ikki Tousen or Tenjho Tenge. The difference is the quality. This series has top notch animation. Many anime's like this, that have no point other than naked chicks fighting, are also sloppily done. Queen's Blade looks like the people making it cared about quality. The voice acting is also pretty good. That's another uncharacteristic thing about this type of show. Queens's Blade is probably the best that I've seen from this genre. All that being said, there is no story to become engrossed in. You can pretty much turn the TV on mute and not miss anything. Nothing happens. It's just chicks fondling eachother and getting it on while they fight. That is definitely fun to see, but if you expect a story, you will be disappointed. If you just want a break from reality, this anime delivers. It depends on your mood I guess. There is a time and place for everything. When the time comes to indulge and fantasize, Queen's Blade is perfect.


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