Otorimonogatari Nadeko Medusa Blu-ray

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Retail Price: $64.98

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Details

  • Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Mystery, Romance
  • Themes: Harem, Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Run Time: 102
  • Release Date: 10/28/2014
  • Weight: 0.5

Ratings & Reviews

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Nothing but quality!

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Spoiler free. This arcs focuses is on nadeko. Wasn't super excited for it but it's become one of my favorite arcs so far. Great story telling in this one. Similar themes as previous arcs. And at the ending I was carving more!! This show has me worried for the point when I catch up to currently airing episodes and I have to wait for new content. I'm addicted! Get addicted too. Great quality for the price animation wise and the box sets are incredible too! I'm sad it took me so long to find this series

A great release for my favorite Monogatari arc!

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I'm constantly astounded at how well put-together the Monogatari series is on the whole, but this arc takes the cake for me. The pacing and dialogue are perfect, the story is compelling and thought-provoking, and the arc really adds an amazing amount of depth to Nadeko's character that was much-needed after her brief appearance in Bakemonogatari. Apart from being an excellent adaptation of Nisio Isin's original work, the visuals unique to the anime also contain a story of their own, filled with the dense, abstract symbolism and emotional tones we've come to expect from this series.







This is my favorite arc in the entire series, which is saying a lot considering I have yet to find ANY arc in Monogatari that isn't executed brilliantly. This blu-ray release includes some really nice post card art as well as nice case and disk art. Disks are easy to get out and everything is separated well into chapters by scene.