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Fate/Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front Babylonia Box Set I Blu-ray

4 star rating out of 5
7 Reviews
SKU: 816546023867

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About Fate/Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front Babylonia Box Set I Blu-ray

Fate/Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia Box Set I contains episodes 00-11 of the anime series directed by Toshifumi Akai and includes a Special Booklet with comments from the Japanese cast about the characters they play, along with columns about Mesopotamia, where the show is set.

A seventh Singularity has been discovered in ancient Mesopotamia in the year 2655 B.C.

The land of Uruk, governed by the wise King Gilgamesh after he returned from his quest for immortality, was grand and prosperous until three goddesses and countless Demonic Beasts appeared. These enemies have brought Uruk to the brink of destruction. With a Rayshift—a method of traveling across both time and space—Fujimaru and Mash journey to the land of Uruk, where they encounter the fortress city of Uruk and the Absolute Demonic Front, where a terrible battle against the fearsome onslaught of the Demonic Beasts rages. There, the citizens of Uruk, who live their lives to the fullest despite facing an existential threat, continue to fight for their future. Deities and Demonic Beasts attack with terrifying force, and mankind pushes back with all its might... This is the era where humans and gods are destined to part ways.

Fujimaru and Mash, the pair who have fought through all six previous Singularities, embark on their final battle.

Special Features: Textless Opening & Endings, PVs, CMs, Web Previews, Recap I The Beginning of the Journey, Recap II Battle of the Souls. *Bonus content include English subtitles.

Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US, Canada, Central and South America only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan.

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.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles, Video Games
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 290
  • Year Created: 2019
  • Release Date: 3/30/2021
  • Dimensional Weight: 2
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

7 reviews

4 star rating out of 5

To the Sky

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I was prepared for how barebones this set would be but I was still surprised. I would have liked the OST to come with but that didn't happen. The booklet showcasing the characters was alright. It could have gone more in depth about Mesopotamia. Such as how the Epic of Gilgamesh is still incomplete. As the tablets we're found thus far are fragmented or just have gaps. Instead, it just gives us an overall summery of the Epic. It does tell us a little how the Mesopotamians did live which was fun.

The show starts off slow but picks up and leaves us in a cliffhanger for the second box set to pick up off of. The animation is wonderful to look at, especially the sky. I found myself looking at the clouds more than once. The 3D animation could have been better implemented with a certain large goddess but nothing too detrimental.

I enjoyed most of what this set had to offer but I feel the extras on the disks are lacking.

10/10 Gilgamesh's laugh and 10/10 best goddess's.
Mucho Mucho

4 star rating out of 5


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I bought this hesitantly because of the previous Lord El-Melloi release but I'm happy to report it comes in a rigid box. Other than that It just comes with a character book and the discs, they both fit really tight in the box.

4 star rating out of 5

Some of the best Fall/Winter '19 Animation

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Fate/Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia (FG) is based on a chapter from the popular FGO mobile game

As with any AoA release, it is difficult to separate content review from including mention of the price premium. Sometimes they contain extras like the OSTs which helps offset the high price tag. Here? Nothing extra outside of a translation of SOME of the booklets that came with the JP BD release. If you can get over the price.

It doesn't require knowledge of the Fate universe or game, though it helps.

This has some of the best animation of the Fall/Winter ‘19 Anime. Sound quality is superb. AoA does a great job having high video bitrates, with 4 episodes per BD.

The booklet is nice though as with many of AoA's releases, does NOT contain all of the content that the original JP releases included. Some of the original video extras are also missing, but could appear in volume 2?

I love the show. I love the animation. I love the audio (I watch subbed).

Highly recommended

4 star rating out of 5

A Good Release for Fans

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Like most fate releases, the bluray picture and sound quality is great and the box is a nice, thick chipboard. The show itself is a great adaptation of the mobile game. The animation is especially outstanding, nearly every episode had at least one well-animated fight. There is some 3D used but it never took me out of the show. My only complaints with this release are that the box is an extremely tight fit and the price is rather high without that many extras outside of the textless op and ed and booklet. As a big fan of Fate/Grand Order, I'm satisfied with this release but just wish it had more extras included or a lower price. If you love fate, then you'll probably like this.

4 star rating out of 5

Great Set

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This box set is good quality. The box itself has a nice texture and the designs are crisp and sleek. My only complaint is that it is kind of hard to get the blu ray case out of the box. Other than that the physical design of the set it top tier, as per Aniplex. I do wish it came with the soundtrack, though.

The blu ray quality of the anime itself is very nice with great sound. As for the general plot of the show, its entertaining. The characters have cool designs, and it's fun to see the returning characters. The menus of this set are GORGEOUS. I love it when effort is put into not only the physical packaging, but the digital display as well. Great box set.

3 star rating out of 5

Buy it because you hate your wallet

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Let's get this out of the way: I love this anime and I bought both "box set" seasons. The characters are great and I would kiss Ishtar's feet for a criminally inappropriate amount of time(if you know you know). However that's not what is important as this is a review of the product not the content. To be blunt the price is not sufficient to justify the purchase.

For your $120(at time of writing) you get: A standard blu ray with the same extras that every show has, a small art book with concept art and character bios and a very brief history lesson on Mesopotamia; all wrapped in a cardboard slipcase that is also pretty standard. The pictures of the contents are a little misleading as the set is only slightly larger than a standard blu ray case. For a 12 episode run with standard "special features" that's pretty pricey. Honestly it feels less like a collector item and more like a pricetag for your fandom. So you have to ask yourself do you love the series for over $200?

5 star rating out of 5

A must have anime!

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Absolutely love the fate franchise! and this is no exception. Feel like this is a must have. It's strange though how this box set is a different size from "Fate/Grand Final Singularity - Grand Temple of Time: Solomon" even though the product page makes them look the same. Still love this though and is a fantastic addition to any collection