Cardcaptor Sakura Complete Series Standard Edition Blu-Ray
About Cardcaptor Sakura Complete Series Standard Edition Blu-Ray
Cardcaptor Sakura Complete Series Standard Edition collects all three seasons and contains episodes 1-70.
Ten-year-old Sakura lives a pretty normal life with her older brother, Toya, and widowed father, Fujitaka. Or she did, until the day she returned home from school to discover a glowing book in her father’s study. After opening the book and releasing the cards within, Sakura is tasked with collecting each of these magical cards, while trying to live the life of a normal fourth grader. In the monumental task of collecting all the cards, Sakura must rely on her friends and family, and decide what she finds most important in life.
Special Features: English voice overs, Clean Openings and Endings.
- Publisher: NIS AMERICA
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Fantasy
- Themes: Adventure, Magical Girl, Supernatural
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 1750
- Release Date: 7/3/2017
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Great show, BAD dub.
Honestly, and this has nothing to do with Rightstuf but the packaging itself, its crap. While its great to see the show on bluray, the subtitled part of it is great, but the dub of it is HORRIBLE. Its not even a new dub, they used the dub from canada and the voice overs are just so bad. Also, while this show is uncut on bluray, the parts that were originally cut are back in there but are NOT dubbed, you just get silence with subtitles for the uncut parts. Stick wiht the original subbed dvds.
Magical Girl Anime at its Finest
by Nicholas V
The graphics still hold up fairly well considering how old this series is. The journey is still wonderful and the characters all have their moments. The fights are lovely and even though the dubbing itself isn't great the subbing is very watchable. This is a lovely show.
Charming show but lacks 5.1 audio
I love this show but I refuse to buy this since they didn't include the 5.1 mix that was on the Japanese releases. It sounds really great with the new 5.1 mix so to have improved video but not include the improved audio is something I don't support. Now if you don't have 5.1 setup then its worth it as its a great fun & charming show.
A definite classic.
by brett695 -
I used to watch this when it first aired in the U.S. as Cardcaptors and picking this up has been a real treat, it's a bit pricey but this a definite classic and honestly even though it's a magical girl anime there's something for everyone here, action, adventure, even a little romance thrown in. People have complained about the dub but it's honestly not too bad, I actually tried to watch the old cardcaptor dub after and find it to be worse actually! All in all this is a great set and worth the money to get the whole series in one box set.
The magical classic, now on Blu-ray!
by MasterJiL -
When Cardcaptor Sakura shines, it does so brilliantly. Before the turn of the century and a shift to digital production, there is still a natural texture present in everything from background to foreground objects. And while Sakura doesn't really have a transformation sequence, the animation while she summons a card is a delight every time it's shown and changed to match her current attire.
The soundtrack also warrants special mention. It's a high quality blend of cheerful soft-percussion and melody tracks to moodier, layered pieces as well as the reoccurring grand battle themes which all are catchy enough to get stuck in your head, years from having seen the show.
And while it is true that it's too long for it's own good it is absolutely worth to sit through it as there are many great scenes and episodes strewn about.
To my end, it still holds up incredible well and the blu-ray release makes it look as good, and sound as good, as it truly deserves. It is expensive but great.
A great buy.
by Marika -
I used to watch this show back in middle school and it is still amazing. The blu ray is beautiful. The dub isn't very good but, I always loved the Japanese anyway. If you are just looking for the original experience this is for you