Goblin Slayer Season 1 Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD

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About Goblin Slayer Season 1 Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD

Goblin Slayer Season 1 Limited Edition contains episodes 1-12 of the anime directed by Takaharu Ozaki housed in a rigid box which includes 6 art cards and an art book.

The Adventurer’s Guild thinks goblin quests are low rank fodder; something for trainees to handle. But one silver ranked adventurer sees goblins for what they really are—monsters to be driven back to their caves—Goblin Slayer in tow.

Normally handling the dirty work alone, Goblin Slayer has a chance encounter with a porcelain ranked priestess who’s eager to help him out. And with a recent increase in goblin attacks, he’ll need all the help he can get.

Special Featrues: Goblin Slayer: Tabletop Talk, Episode 11 Commentary, Textless Songs.

Details

  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Release Date: 10/29/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 2
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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Did someone say goblins?!

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Great quality box set and inserts. Art book has some bios and info. Art cards are always nice too.

As for the show, it's a brutal reminder that anime is not meant for children. A great break from the isekai-ocalypse we are now entering. There are some shocking moments that set the tone of the show from episode 1 on. Can't recommend Goblin Slayer enough. A movie to be released soon and hopefully many seasons to come after.

watch this, seriously, do it!

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don't listen to the blue checkmarks and online reviews. the beginning episode may be rough to watch, but it is what literally holds the show together! it sets up the distinct repercussions of what happens when you mess up and are overconfident against an obstacle you thought was beneath you. this sticks with you and helps you through why the characters plan and rationalize all of their next steps each time they take a quest. this is a great anime with plenty of great music, and better visuals, and that ending! man that ending was good!

GS speaks softly but carries a BF STICK(every known hand held weapon)!

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What do you get when you mix the Death Wish, A-Team, Mac Gyver, Lodoss and Berserk? GS!

Cruel, nihilistic, sad and yet hopeful. That's how I see the MC, develops from a one dimensional killing machine to something of a likeable guy who is actually human given the chance when he gets involved with his new party mates. I love the action, pacing and character development even if MC just speaks very short burst responses.

They anime's got 18+ moments, violence and gore(not over the top gore) , but then again, GS' private war is a dirty business. If I have a nitpick its that why some parts of the female anatomy are conveniently covered yet there are a lot of acts done on them are, well, so overtly graphically portrayed? Even Code Geass did a bit of a nip slip during certain action pack scenes. If you can render decapitation so vibrantly then showing.........reason why I gave this 4 stars (should have been five were it not for this issue).

Weirdo, Orcblog, Beardcutter? No! Its Goblin slayer!

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Most definitely aimed for mature viewers, "Goblin Slayer" is the hack/slash and brutal/bloody close quarters combat theme by the same studio that made the "Akame Ga Kill" anime series.

Even as a dark gory adventure series, "Goblin Slayer" does have a good cerebral storyline, plenty of light & dark humor elements, and lastly, surprising moments of unexpected behavior by our main protagonist. Usually seen calm, methodic, and strategic; you get to witness the 'reckless' side of Goblin slayer when planning and circumstances turn dire. Besides some great one-liners, there's that 'pack of gear' GS uses with such brutal efficiency, that Priestess & Elf Archer have banned him of further use of fire, water, or poison in future quests. Yet, it's that aspect of dark humor in this series that's amusing but also disturbing at the same time, as GS finds other unique methods to destroy the goblins.

Highly recommended...if you can stomach it!