Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Complete Collection Blu-ray

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About Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Complete Collection Blu-ray

This Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Complete Collection contains episodes 1-26.

The stars were mankind's destination, but when humans returned from the sky, it was to an Earth where only the islands of Japan remained inhabitable. In this strange new world, the nations of the old Earth have carved Japan into new dominions, and humanity must follow the Testament, a guide to reenacting the events of the past, in order to reach for the stars once more.

But as the nations vie for power, the old rule of might makes right comes into play. And even though each country has its own ultimate weapon, an Armor of Deadly Sins, there may be a far greater threat to mankind waiting in wings. Because the Testament ends abruptly, and its final year has arrived. Is the end of humanity at hand or can Tori Aoi and his fellow students from the floating city ship Musashi somehow affect the course of destiny in Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere?

Special Features: Far East Enlightening Lectures, Japanese Promos, Japanese Commercials, Horizon Teasers, Horizon BD Commercials, Clean Opening and Closing Animations.

Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Fan Service
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 650
  • Release Date: 4/12/2016
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.34
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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Surprisingly Good!


I bought the 2 separate parts of this series on blu ray when they were on sale. I figured if the series wasn't that good, then I wasn't out much money. Boy was I surprised. Yes, there's fan service with some bouncy boobs, but the characters just really grow on you fast. There's much more character development than there is fan service. The story just gets better and better. I'm just disappointed there's no season 3. This definitely has me interested in the mangas now. If you like that quasi-tech-classic Japanese combo, get this right now, you won't be disappointed.

A lot more given than expected

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Although there is no shortage of the fanservice in the show, it is quickly forgotten what with the convoluted but intriguing political system that their world thrives in. There was some sense of a story in the first season but that quickly took a backstage position in the second season as if it was completely forgotten. Overall, this anime is crazy and ridiculous in its world-building and politics BUT it is oddly fun to watch nonetheless.