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Cardcaptor Sakura Complete Series Standard Edition Blu-ray

3.5 star rating out of 5
16 Reviews
SKU: 813633019710

Retail Price: $149.99

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About Cardcaptor Sakura Complete Series Standard Edition Blu-ray

Cardcaptor Sakura Complete Series Standard Edition collects all three seasons and contains episodes 1-70 of the anime directed by Morio Asaka.

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.

*Please note that the Subtitles for the Japanese Audio may not be turned off.

Details

  • Publisher: NIS AMERICA
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Magical Girl
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 1750
  • Year Created: 1998
  • Release Date: 7/3/2017
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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1 star rating out of 5

Great show, BAD dub.

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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.

5 star rating out of 5

Magical Girl Anime at its Finest

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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.

4 star rating out of 5

Charming show but lacks 5.1 audio

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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.

5 star rating out of 5

A definite classic.

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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.

2 star rating out of 5

Disappointing

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Well I'd have to say this was a disappointment. I can accept that this is not the Nelvana dub that I grew up with. My big problem with this is that it's advertised as uncut but a lot of English audio is missing. Certain scenes play with no audio. Why would anyone want to spend 100$ on that?

5 star rating out of 5

The magical classic, now on Blu-ray!

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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.

4 star rating out of 5

A great buy.

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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

4 star rating out of 5

A Classic but...

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A classic among classic magical girl anime's and truly a must have for any collector. Its a great show, with a cool story, memorable characters and great animation for the time it was made. Having said that i do have some thoughts... The dub is abysmal to put it kindly. The issue is not that the actors are doing a poor job its simply that this is a censored dub. Names have been changed, plot point omitted, scenes completely cut. To fill in those gaps you simply get silence with subtitles. Thankfully if you just watch it subbed you get the full experience. Maybe Funimation will go over this with a proper dub in the future because there work on Clear Card is quite good.

5 star rating out of 5

CCE-One Of Alltime Best Shoujo Series.

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The english dub is from Animax-while it isn't the best it beats watching the series in japanese for the 8th time. I have the oop CE set and everybody complains that the box and the book are just meh they suit the series overall theme just fine. Overall I find this to be a perfectly acceptable set for this enduring series.

1 star rating out of 5

Not what I was hoping for

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I was happy when got this blu ray in the mail but when I played the blu-ray it wasn’t the ocean dubbed from Canada that I grew up with the new English dubbed voice over was just crap I would recommend to those who started watching this anime in 2011 when they re dubbed it but for those fans that grew watching it in the late 90s earl 2000 then I won’t recommend this blu-ray.

3 star rating out of 5

Forced subtitles

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Cardcaptor Sakura is my favorite series and this is a good release. However if you're planning on watching it with Japanese Audio and no subtitles there is no option to do so in this release.

3 star rating out of 5

Needs a better re-release

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Great show but this needs a new re-release. The biggest issue I have is they didn't include the fantastic 5.1 remix audio from the Japanese release and just give us stereo. Also CCS was re-released in Japan with an improved blu-ray since there was video issues with this older release so its fixed and much better. I think a re-release with the improved video & including the 5.1 mix would be great. A new dub would've been nice but understandable if they don't want to make a new one. The current dub on this is so bad that I consider this a sub only release.

5 star rating out of 5

Best way to own and watch Cardcaptor Sakura

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Cardcaptor Sakura is one of the best anime series you can delve into, if you're into wholesome, story-driven plots with amazing and charming characters.

This set has all of the episodes you need to complete the original anime, all in one case with multiple discs. It is definitely re-amped to be High Quality because of Blu-Ray, so you'll get a clean and amazing picture of the episodes.

It has it in Japanese (original plus subtitled), and in English Dub (not Nevela's and it's fully uncut sans only two or so short scenes that are subbed). I went with English Dub, and while dated, is still very enjoyable and fits the characters well enough - plus it revels some type of charm to me for some reason lol

In short, this is the definite choice to get this Blu-Ray edition of a fantastic series. It has everything you need and it will not disappoint!

1 star rating out of 5

This is not the anime dub I'm looking for...

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I really want a re-release of the original Nelvana dub. (It was one of the first shows I saw growing up back when I had to buy my anime on VHS) Sadly, I will have to pass as this is not the anime dub I'm looking for. The newer version is awful.

4 star rating out of 5

Great, just wish you could turn off subs.

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Happy to have this set to watch whenever I'm in the mood. It looks great and I find the Japanese audio quality perfectly acceptable (some folks seem disappointed in a lacking of 5.1 mix, it seems). I haven't listened to the dub at all, so I can't comment on that, but judging by other reviews the English is not worth anyone's time.

The one thing I wish was different is the ability to turn off subtitles when listening to the original Japanese audio. Another reviewer mentioned this, but I wanted to agree that it's kind of a bummer. That said, when I checked NIS of America's site for more information it is clearly stated that you cannot turn them off. So it's kind of my own fault for not doing enough research beforehand. Could Right Stuf add this information to the sets landing page so it's more accessible for buyers up front? I probably still would have made the purchase, but wouldn't have had the slight disappointment upon discovery.

5 star rating out of 5

Super happy 😊

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I haven’t watched this in years and honestly I didn’t think there was a dvd version the that would play for region a (North American) dvd players. As for which language I prefer English or Japanese with subtitles, I listen to the original Japanese voice actors with the English subtitles. It’s honestly not that the English voice actors are bad or horrible in my opinion it’s just that they don’t fit with the characters their voicing over. I think I’ve listened to both English dubb’s and I didn’t care for either. Fair warning to people who watch the trailer at the end it will show that the dvd is supposed to come with an episode booklet and a chipboard box it won’t, what the trailer ending shows is the premium edition of the dvd. What your actually getting is just the standard Blu-ray case with the Blu-ray dvds. I have to say, i really love the dvds they’re an iridescent ombré and pretty much the reason I got the Blu-ray version of Cardcaptor Sakura.