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Full Metal Panic Invisible Victory Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD

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SKU: 704400020995

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Release Date: 3/26/2019

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About Full Metal Panic Invisible Victory Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD

Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory Limited Edition contains anime episodes 1-12 directed by Katsuichi Nakayama in a rigid box.

Amalgam has made its move to gather up the whispered—specifically Kaname Chidori! And Leonard Testarossa is ready to do anything to get her. Determined to keep Chidori safe, Sousuke stays close by her side, which proves to be more dangerous than ever before. But when her friend’s lives are put in danger, Chidori makes a choice that could bring a tragic end to this battle. Up against new weaponry and deadly foes, can Sousuke and the soldiers of Mithril stop Amalgam and protect the ones they love?

Special Features: Episode 1 Commentary, Episode 12 Commentary, Episode 4.5 – Intermission, Episode 8.5 – Intermission 2, Episode 04 Video Commentary, Location Scouting, Making of Music, Music Video, Promo Video, Textless Opening & Closing Songs, Trailers


  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Drama, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Mecha
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Year Created: 2018
  • Release Date: 3/26/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.8
  • Region Code: A

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I can’t wait for this set


While I of course haven’t gotten this set since it comes out like in 4 months I did see what the set has in FUNimation’s blog through a link on twitter and it looks pretty freaking cool. I mostly wanna support this great show and of course own it, hopefully a lot of people buy this to the point of it being sold out so it helps out the show and the people who make it and a better chance at Season 5. I know the Japanese blu rays improved a lot of the animation that was seen in the TV version and you can bet I’m pretty excited to see what it looks like cause from what i saw on Full Metal Panic! News blog and twitter page, it looks like a pretty big improvement so I’m really excited for that, also in how the set brings what appears to be either the first or one of the first American anime blu rays to come with the Audio Drama si I’m pretty happy for FMP! being able to do that. I just really want to get this set now so I can add to my FMP! collection



As Christ riquelme said:
I LOVE FMP, and I really want to support this great show .
This season was amazing, and I cant wait for the 5th season, I know there's a lot of animes that take a long time for the next season to come, but I really hope this dreamed 5th season wont take long.

I've read a lot of comments on the internet, and people are crazy for the new season.

I really hope Shoji Gatoh will be sharing with us the 5th season release date As soon as possible.

Blu-ray improved the animation


Anyone who watched the broadcast stream when it aired would notice the animation looked very wonky at times especially in later episodes, they obviously had production issues. Thankfully the blu-ray re-animated a lot. You can find improvement comparisons online if you search. Very nice that the blu-ray release fixes that.

Pre-ordered already!


I already pre-ordered this. I have the box set for the firs three series and has been waiting for this for 13 years. I don't think there was a lot of hype in general this time (other than for long-time fans like me), so I am hoping the DVD/BD sale is good enough that we actually get to see the end of the novel animated. I don't want to spoil anything, but the ending of the whole arc is one of the best in the history of light novels!

FMP: Invisible Victory goes ultra serious

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First of all, both the English & Japanese voice actors return for FMP:IV. The bad part is none of the humor that made the original FMP and Fumoffu such wonderful shows is present in "Invisible Victory". The story takes place after FMP: The Second Raid" ends, and the focus deals with war, action, drama, and Mayhem as its core. Still, I can't say I'm disappointed with this series minus the Chidori/Sousuke slapstick humor, as the storyline is very good. With Mithril virtually destroyed, Sousuke must now deal with being totally isolated from any support. This means Sousuke must find a new (Oh-My) job, find new trustworthy allies, and still somehow find Chidori to rescue her.

The box set contains an art book, so no art cards included, and you get 2-drama audio CDs.....that are in Japanese only? Funimation does include a translation pamphlet, but there is no room to store the pamphlet in the box. Oops? Oh well, FMP:IV is still highly recommended!