Gakuen Heaven Complete Collection DVD Litebox
About Gakuen Heaven Complete Collection DVD Litebox
This Gakuen Heaven Complete Collection contains episodes 1-13.
Ito Keita has one thing in his favor: luck! And luck has just landed him a special invitation to attend the Bell Liberty Academy for Boys, an exclusive high school only for the most privileged, the most talented, and the most beautiful. When a strange accident on move-in day attracts the attention of Niwa Tetsuya, the student body president, and Saiyonji Kaoru, the class secretary, Ito finds himself the center of attention. With the eyes of a whole school of pretty boys on him, where will Ito find the time to unravel the mystery of his invitation?
Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.
This title is manufactured on DVD-R discs and may not be compatible with older DVD players and/or gaming consoles.
- Publisher: MEDIA BLASTERS
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy, Romance
- Themes: Harem, Slice of Life, Yaoi
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 400
- Year Created: 2006
- Release Date: 12/22/2009
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
BL ?!?!?! gimme gimme gimme !!
Though like most anime that has the nerve to get tagged "BL" this one is also watered down like the rest, BUT they do keep some of that trippy humor every now and then. If I remember correctly episodes 2,3, 5, and 6 all contain little "innuendos" if you know what I mean (: Though a little humor never hurt anyone now did it? Anyway BL fans, come one come all for the marvelous gakuen heaven !! And if you can, look for the game while your at it :D
Light hearted and fun
by RACHEL -
The main idea here is to have fun, and fun it is: I'm not sure where to start. The characters, and there is a large cast here, all of whom have important roles, are a delight: clearly portrayed, each is a rather quirky individual, from the wild-man student council president, Niwa Tetsuya, to the most beautiful man on campus, Saionji Kaoru, cool, collected, and very, very shrewd. The character designs fit right in: these are all appealing young men, and there is a great deal of subtlety in the portrayals. subtlety extends to the BL aspects: they're very low-key, with only the occasional suggestive remark, but we do get a clear idea of some of the relationships here: they are not plainly pointed out, but through some scene openings (suggestive dialogue that resolves itself into perfectly innocent situations) and some backstory, we know who's with who. There are also a few pointed remarks directed at Kazuki to get his act together and stake his claim.