Akame ga Kill Complete Collection Blu-ray
About Akame ga Kill Complete Collection Blu-ray
Akame ga Kill the Complete Collection contains episodes 1-24 of the anime directed by Tomoki Kobayashi.
When Tatsumi set off for the Capital, it was with fantasies of earning riches for his poverty-stricken hometown. Instead, his friends were murdered and Tatsumi finds himself at the center of a bloody revolution. With an evil Prime Minister, the Secret Police, and the armies of an Empire on one side, and the elite assassins known as Night Raid and a handful of rebels on the other, it might sound like an impossible battle for Tatsumi's new allies to win. However the playing field is leveled with the addition of a legendary set of unstoppable weapons, the Imperial Arms. Unfortunately, to use an Imperial Arm is practically a death sentence in itself, for while the Arms are indestructible, few wielders can survive using them for long!
Special Features: AkaKill! Theater, Japanese Promos, Clean Opening Animation, and Clean Closing Animation
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Fantasy
- Themes: Adventure, Battles
- Age Rating: 17+
- Run Time: 600
- Release Date: 12/4/2018
- Dimensional Weight: 0.37
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
by Travis -
When KILL la KILL hit the scene, I was kinda skeptical at first; so until it was done I looked into Akame ga Kill. Little did I know this was secretly a Sci-Fi Fantasy anime written by someone who kills off characters more often then Mr. Tomino. It's mostly about a team of Assassins with special weapons trying to topple a corrupt government. Every one of the fights are a marvel of animation, despite this being made in 2015; they hold back on using CG most of the time. I won't spoil very much, but it gets even better in the last 6 episodes. I was super pumped nearing the final episodes, just waiting for the next moment they do something more awesome then the last. It might not be for everyone, but it sure is fun to watch. I'd recommend watching the first 10 episodes before you buy the whole series, both Japanese and English casts are pretty good.
A wholesome action adventure
by Ryan -
Most of the anime I enjoy tends to be produced by Funimation, but I stumbled across this little gem from Sentai Filmworks (the same folks who also publish the Fate series) and fell in love with this anime. Akame Ga Kill is based off of a manga by the same name and follows a thought-provoking narrative. It's not without its cliches (sprinkles of fanservice for example), but each main character and even some of the villains get fleshed out rather well. Warning though: this show is a tear-jerker. And that's part of its charm, in my opinion. This show will get you to connect with the characters that will unfortunately not make it to the final episode. This show makes death have meaning and that's to be appreciated. Add in its interesting political commentary and this an all-around joy to own and watch.