Eromanga Sensei Volume 1 Blu-ray
About Eromanga Sensei Volume 1 Blu-ray
Eromanga Sensei volume 1 contains anime episodes 1-6 of the anime directed by Ryohei Takeshita, plus a special booklet, box illustrated by Hiroyuki Oda (Character Designer), Blu-ray case illustrations by Kanzakihiro (Original Illustrations).
From the author of Oreimo comes a slapstick comedy about a novelist big brother and his illustrator younger sister along with a cast of charming characters!
Masamune Izumi is a high school student who professionally writes light novels. Sagiri Izumi is a shut-in who never leaves her room. One year ago, they became siblings when their parents married one another.
However, one day, Masamune discovers a shocking twist—the artist "Eromanga Sensei," who has been drawing illustrations for his novels, is none other than Sagiri. His cute little shut-in of a sister, who has been living under his roof, is using an obscene pen name and drawing lewd illustrations. But there’s no way his little sister could be this dirty?!
Special Features: Web previews, trailers and commercials, textless ending (from Ep. 1), textless opening and ending (from Ep. 2-7).
*Bonus Contents and Special Features subject to change.
Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US, Canada, South America and Central America only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan. All sales are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, but unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds.
Ordering Note: All sales for this item are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, if a replacement is not available a Gift Card will be issued.
- Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy, Romance
- Age Rating: 16+
- Run Time: 140
- Release Date: 6/12/2018
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
MAX FIRE INSPIRATION
by LUKI -
At the time of this writing, the light novel has not been licensed. This must be known because the novels contain the real, full story. In Japan, fans will have already read several volumes before seeing the anime. As usual, it's all quite backwards on our side of the Pacific.
But I digress.
Honestly, I find the idea of a light novelist writing a light novel about a light novelist writing a light novel to hover somewhere between arrogance & "trying to force a story through intense writer's block"- as a writer myself I get it- but can such a story actually work?
In this case: ABSOLUTELY.
The original story is by the creator of Oreimo, the anime produced by the same crew that did its anime and by all the gods it shows. It's charming, funny, pervy, and- if you're a writer- quite inspiring.
So, is $100 for 12 episodes reasonable? Considering how lazy a lot of home releases are- particularly from a company you "should be watching"- I'll just say I'm happy to pay more for higher quality.