K-ON! Ultimate Collection Blu-ray
About K-ON! Ultimate Collection Blu-ray
K-ON! the Ultimate Collection contains anime episodes 1-14 of Season 1, episodes 1-27 of Season 2, and K-ON! the Movie directed by Naoko Yamada.
The Sakuragoaka Girls' Academy curriculum traditionally focuses on the three "R"s of reading, writing and arithmetic, but Ritsu Tainaka wants to add two more "R"s: Rock and Roll! To do that, however, Ritsu has to save the Light Music Club from being shut down due to little problems like not having any other members or a faculty advisor.
After strong-arming her best friend Mio into joining and convincing Tsumugi Kotobuki to make it a trio, Ritsu's would-be rockers are soon only one talented guitarist short of the quartet they need for school approval. What they get, unfortunately, is Yui Hirasawa, who's never held a guitar in her life, but she's determined to learn! Will the school halls come alive with the sound of music? Find out as four outrageous girls band together in K-ON! The Ultimate Collection!
Special Features: Minami Tanaka's Dubbing Investigative Report, London Bus & Press Conference at TBS, Navi Show 1-2-3 is K-ON!, Movie Premiere Event, Director Naoko Yamada in London, Good Luck Music Hall ~ K-ON! Music hall, Japanese Trailer, Teaser & Spots, K-ON! Season 1 & 2 Shorts, Clean Opening Animation, and Clean Closing Animation
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy
- Themes: Music, School Life
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 1135
- Release Date: 12/3/2019
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
My Favorite Anime
K-On is an awesome anime. It is my all time favorite. I've re-watch the anime series so many time already, that it's so much fun to watch. I watched it twice, before buying it. I never really thought of buying an anime. This one is a real entertaining anime. You should buy it.
High school and music club feels
Cute and sweet, full of feelings, not as much moe as most other girls school series. Actually, having worked at a girls school in Japan, this was nostalgic in some ways. And the music is actually pretty good for exactly what it is - fluffy songs written by a high school girls band.
Fuwa Fuwa Time!
As a long time anime fan, I was drawn to this one as I am also an alternative rock guitarist. I was immediately hooked by the realistic portrayals of starting a band.
The many characters have subtle and distinctly carved personalities. I found myself relating to them on so many levels. (I probably have the most in common with Yui lol.)
The music is very catchy, not only the openings/closings, but from the fictional band as well. It's mostly a comedy, but also can be equally emotional and heartfelt.
Finally, don't expect larger than life "saving the world" type plots, car chases or flashy gun battles. This show celebrates the little, everyday trials and victories.
This "Ultimate Collection" includes the first two seasons, 5 OVA episodes, the film, and a special features disc!
Ichi, ni, san, shi GOHAN
by PopeTheRevXXVIII -
Why did it take me a decade to watch this Kyoani classic? At the most simple of all breakdowns It's Lucky Star but they're in a band. But it's so much more. I care about these girls I love these girls. This show has no "Best girl" Because they're all best girl. The songs are really good. There's just so much heart in this show that not many shows have.
My only gripe with this show is that it took me 10 years to finally watch it.
Top 10 show for me
The complete collection
by Jonathan -
This collection comes in a bigger Blu ray box that contains all of the anime episodes of season 1 and 2 and includes the OVAs and Movie. Honestly this anime is an amazing accomplishment from the animation studio Kyoto Animation. It is a slice of life/ music anime that will definitely keep you entertained.