Akame ga Kill Collection 1 Collector's Edition Blu-ray/DVD

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SKU: 814131014788

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About Akame ga Kill Collection 1 Collector's Edition Blu-ray/DVD

This collector's edition of Agame ga Kill collection 1 contains episodes 1-12 and includes a hardcover booklet, a poster, Akame Ga Kill tattoos, and a sticker.

When he set off for the Capital, all Tatsumi wanted was a way to make money. Instead, he finds himself rescued from a fate worse than death by a group of assassins known as Night Raid and thrust into the middle of a bloody revolution. On the one side: Prime Minister Honest, his secret police, an elite squad of assassins, and the armies of the Empire. On the other: Night Raid and a handful of rebels desperate to overthrow the brutal regime of Honest's puppet emperor.

Leveling the playing field: the Imperial Arms, a legendary set of unstoppable weapons created in the distant past. But to use an Imperial Arm is practically a death sentence, for only a select few can even survive using them… and when two Arms go against each other, only the user of one is likely to survive in Akame ga Kill!

Special Features: AkaKill! Theater, Japanese Promos, Clean Opening & Closing Animations.

Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.

Details

  • Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Release Date: 2/9/2016
  • Weight: 2.32
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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Great LE edition box set

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great anime serie like it :)

Great anime and fun to watch

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Let me first start off by saying this is a great anime for anyone who loves action/comedy anime. The characters are all lovable and grow on you. What I really liked about this series is that it does have its moments where it is serious but also it can play on your heart strings and I think it does a really good job at that. Some cons I had about this series is that it doesn't quite follow the manga as it is still going on so the ending is going to be different than what happens in the manga and also the series does feel rushed at some points. Overall it is a series that I grew to love and I will surely be picking up the 2nd collectors edition.

Nice release

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The Akame ga Kill CE comes with a nice amount of extras, though I am not sure they are worth the premium in price compared to the regular edition.







The included book is nice to have. The tattoos are kind of pointless, and the poster looks good. The chipboard box is rigid and well designed, and looks fantastic paired with the box from the second part of the series.







The Anime itself is a violent enemy of the week kind of show, with good character designs and a decent story arc that spans the entire series. So you have one big, main plot goal, with "daily challenges" (or sometimes multi-episode challenges) thrown in for good mix.







Good release overall, though some questionable quality items in the CE.

Akame quickly jumped up on my anime list.

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I only needed to watch a few episodes to realize I wanted to buy the show so when I found out they were making this set I was sold. The set here coming with both blu-ray and dvd in case you can only use one or the other (I like to have both just in case), a nice art book that also has info on the characters/weapons, and a box of goodies that are a poster of the main character Akame herself, some tattoos, and stickers. All of this for $36 (if you're a member) more than just the blu-ray.

A nice addition to a collection even if the show falls a little bit short

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Akame Ga Kill! is a bloody roller coaster that will take you through extreme battles, emotional twists, and a wild journey following a group of outlaws in a corrupt kingdom. The series does well in portraying that there are two sides to every story as it attempts to give an overview of the motivations behind both the protagonist and antagonist forces.







Unfortunately, this is also where the series falls short. It attempts to highlight a backstory for so many characters that there isn't enough time to develop any meaningful connections to any of them in the midst of plot-furthering devices and battles.







The product itself is beautiful with a chipboard box decorated using elaborate artwork. The artbook is sturdy and contains loads of content. It also came with a nice poster in addition to a sticker and tattoos.







I recommend this product for the avid collector and fan of the show.

Akame ga Kill set 1 review

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I enjoyed Akame ga Kill! The first Limited Edition set was interesting. I liked the Blu-ray version of this show. The Guidebook is pretty informative. I love the poster. But I'm not sure about the tattoos and sicker. Overall, this is still a great buy, if you have the money