How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD
About How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD
How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord Limited Edition contains episodes 1-12 of the anime directed by Yūta Murano housed in a rigid chipboard box and includes a 20 page artbook, lenticular artcards, a fabric poster, and a magnet sheet.
Takuma Sakamoto is famously known as Diablo throughout the MMORPG Cross Reverie. And although he’s a magical prodigy in-game, in reality, he’s a total social outcast. One day, in his video game body, Takuma is summoned to another world by two girls seeking to control him. But when he accidentally reflects their enslavement ritual back at them, the only way to save face is to act how he looks.
Special Features: Episode 01 Video Commentary, Episode 11 Commentary, Promo Video, and Textless Song
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy
- Themes: Harem, Supernatural
- Age Rating: 16+
- Run Time: 300
- Release Date: 10/29/2019
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Like Bastard with a twist
by dubs4meplease -
When I heard Eric Vale, I thought it was gonna be on. (He is my rouge hero) Of course Jad Saxton is always great. You're expecting Overloard, and yes--it is. More in the style of Bastard, but In Another World with my Smartphone.
You'll find the jiggle fan service, without the full blown High School Dxd style. Minus one episode that was just slightly disappointing--a great ride all the way to the end. Highly recommended. I got the Limited Edition with the few perks, but if your on the tight side--the regular version should suffice.
I gave it a 5, but it's more 4.5 stars.
by Dean -
Recieved it within a week from when it was shipped. The box that held the fabric poster, cards, and the magnetic stickers was slightly dented (probably when it was placed in cardboard box to be shipped). The magnetic stickers are cute, the fabric poster is nice, the little art book is also nice, and love the cards (they're the type that when you look at them at different angels the girls are either wearing clothes or are naked). As for the show it has a good story, action, comedy (mostly ecchi comedy), and I honestly hope that the series will be continued much like its light novel version. After watching the series I have developed an interest in checking out the books.
by JZ 2 -
Love this anime. Combines fan service of DxD, general fantasy from various series, and the hilariousness of Konosuba (maybe 1 or 2 levels below), and how it tackles some racial discrimination. Fantasy anime with a real world element. P.S. loved the magnets in the Limited Edition, helps keep more important papers and memos on the fridge.