Sailor Moon Crystal Set 1 Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD
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About Sailor Moon Crystal Set 1 Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD
Sailor Moon Crystal Set 1 contains episodes 1-14 + Extras on 2 Blu-ray discs and 2 DVDs, Deluxe chipboard box, Full-color-art booklet, Seven full-color art cards.
The Legendary Pretty Guardian of Love and Justice returns for a new generation!
Based on Naoko Takeuchi's megahit graphic novel series, Sailor Moon Crystal retells the origins of Sailor Moon, the kindhearted crybaby destined to protect the world from dark forces. When the evil Queen Metalia and her Dark Kingdom threatens Earth, Sailor Moon and her fellow Sailor Guardians must find the only power capable of vanquishing this ancient evil – The Legendary Silver Crystal! But a mysterious man calling himself Tuxedo Mask is also after this sacred treasure. What is his connection to the Sailor Moon? And will the Sailor Guardians be able to find the Silver Crystal in time before the world falls into eternal darkness?
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese with English subtitles.
- Publisher: VIZ
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Fantasy, Romance
- Themes: Battles, Magical Girl
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 320
- Release Date: 8/16/2016
- Weight: 0.8
Ratings & Reviews
by Jenny -
This is a very beautiful set I'll be receiving when it comes out. I'm looking forward to it. Thank you so much, RightStufAnime
my review of sailor moon crystal season 1 part 1
by John -
I really enjoyed watching the english language premiere of sailor moon crystal at anime-expo 2015. I am looking forward to enjoying this very much.
A Good Series with a Flawed Beginning
There are two Sides to every review when it comes to TV sets: 1. The product itself 2. The show.
As far as the product go it comes in great packaging the picture is crisp and clear and as always Viz delivers in this arena.
This series reminds me a lot of Usagi, it is strong as a whole but when it wakes up and tries to run to school the first thing it does (after oversleeping) is fall flat on its face. I mean this series isn't terrible by any means but I feel that they really didn't hit their stride in this section (it gets much better believe me). The art style works hard to resemble the comics but the animation is a tad choppy. The chief issue in this area is the computer animation that they filled in. It looks terrible! The story feels rushed and the characters are left kind of flat which the original series had managed to do a great job of in comparison. Still I recommend this series as it improves over time.
Best Sailor Moon box set Viz has released
This is undoubtedly the best Sailor Moon box set Viz has released.
Sailor Moon Crystal was the 2014 animated reboot of Sailor Moon. It was initially released as a web series (ONA), and opinion on the series pretty split. For my part, I think it's just fine. It's not the perfect version of Sailor Moon I've hoped for over the years, but it's an enjoyable series.
Regardless of the content, this is the best physical box set Viz has released for Sailor Moon. The art is gorgeous, and the art cards included feature the art of the Japanese Blu-Ray releases. The discs have very nice labels, and it's easy to distinguish between the BDs and DVDs. And booklet is without a doubt the best designed booklet from Viz. Where the classic animated series' booklets were bland, Crystal's book is stylish.
My only complaint is the lack of Japanese special features. Probably a rights issue.
If you're a collector, this is the set to get.
Great attention to detail. Overall no complaints :)
Great Addition to any Anime collection
by James -
i watched this on crunchyroll when it aired in japan and loved it then when i seen it was being released on blu-ray i have to buy it and love it even more
A special edition worth your pennies~
by Shemy -
A beautiful remake to the original series, more closely resembling the art from the manga. This set is worth every penny, and the art cards are just lovely~ My only complaint is that they're an awkward size instead of a standard frame size, making displaying them a bit difficult.