Kill la Kill 4 Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD + Bonus DVD
About Kill la Kill 4 Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD + Bonus DVD
This limited edition of Kill la Kill 4 contains episodes 15-19 and includes "Making Documentary" #2, a postcard set, a double-sided poster, and a Bushiroad Weib Schwarz exclusive collectible card (card available only while supplies last).
With both Kyoto and Kobe now under their control, the only region left for Satsuki to conquer is Osaka. Kaneo Takarada - the audacious student council president of Naniwa Kinman High School - is not about to surrender so easily, but can his money buy him victory against the Elite Four?!
Meanwhile, Ryuko rides in on her motorcycle to retrieve Senktesu's final piece from Satsuki. Senketsu is finally back to one piece, but this was all just part of Satsuki's plan! While Ryuko was occupied with her battle with Satsuki, Nonon Jakuzure attacks the Nudist Beach HQ below Osaka under Satsuki's command. With her mission accomplished, Satsuki proceeds to the next phase of her plan to hold the Cultural & Sports Grand Festival with the academy director and Satsuki's mother, Ragyo Kiryuin, as an honorable guest. Ryuko and the others infiltrate the arena to learn what Satsuki is plotting only to find out the shocking truth behind Satsuki's grand scheme!
Special Features: Textless Opening & Ending, Web Version Previews.
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles, Spanish subtitles.
Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US, Canada, Central America, and South America only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan. All sales are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, but unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds.
Ordering Note: All sales for this item are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, if a replacement is not available a Gift Card will be issued.
- Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English, Spanish
- Genre: Action, Science Fiction
- Themes: Battles, Fan Service, Powers
- Age Rating: 16+
- Run Time: 125
- Release Date: 2/24/2015
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Kill La Emotions <3
by Lust4Lyfe101 -
This boxset had my fav eps , without giving out spoilers let's say it gives many emotions :)..the emotions will eaither kill ya or live ya <3
As for the boxset it comes as the prev boxsets that rightstuf has mentioned.
I enjoy the artwork and packaging for the kill la kill boxsets even though they are on the expensive side but that is to be expected when you buy an anime from AniplexUs
Love the show, love the LE release
by Stephen -
Kill la Kill is easily in my top 5 Anime of all time. It has everything I want – attractive character designs, a fun, off the way story, fantastic music, and some of the most beautiful animation, with hand painted backgrounds to be seen in a recent Anime.
The LE set comes the second Making of documentary, following up through the TV premier of the series. If you ever wanted to see how an Anime is made, this is well worth the watch through.
Audio and video quality is impeccable. Japanese language is my preference, but I spot check the English dub and both are well done. Subtitle quality is spot on, well timed and well formatted.
Aniplex offers Japanese quality releases to the NA market, and what you have here is nothing short of fantastic.
The only thing the US releases lack that the Japanese sets had was some great art books and drama CDs.
Pricing could be better, but the LE makes me feel like I’m getting some great items for the added price.
A truly enjoyable show!
by TMAN -
I am really enjoying Kill la Kill and I'm anxious to have the final box set sitting on my shelf so I can complete my collection. There really is nothing about this show that I haven't liked! The characters are a mess of manic personalities that are over the top and a lot of fun overall. The action scenes are great and the music is perfect at capturing the mood of each changing scene. The Blu-ray picture is crisp, colors are bright and it all just looks fantastic. A definite must for those who like women who manage to be hot and scary at the same time!
Amazing Anime, Overpriced and Slightly Lacking Edition
by Brandon -
Kill la Kill is among the best anime out there and definitely a necessity to own, but it's unfortunate that this limited edition is so overpriced. The physical quality of this release is what makes it questionably worthwhile and 4 stars. The physical extras are limited to postcards and a poster (inevitably creased to fit in the box), which both have fantastic art but are lacking when compared to other limited editions. My biggest qualm is the box itself, which is made of less than sturdy cardboard which more often than not will arrive with bends due to normal handling and the constricting plastic wrap (unlike the beautiful, sturdy boxes of Funimation LEs) But on the good side of things, the video quality is phenomenal and the settings are great, allowing you to toggle audio and subtitles independently. The bluray cases are great and once again, all of the art is fantastic.
I have some gripes, but in the end I'm a proud owner of the Kill la Kill Limited Edition collection.
A lazy release for an otherwise excellent and entertaining series
by Christopher -
For an excellent show, the release is, unfortunately, lackluster.
I highly recommend to watch this series if you have the chance to do so because it is great; however, if you are looking to collect the limited edition box sets, be prepared to spend around $300 for the entire set. When you buy one limited edition set, you've bought them all (in terms of features). You'll get a couple discs, a couple post cards and maybe a trading card and/or a poster. Each "box" is actually quite thin, and does not compare to the SAO LE boxes, for example. Think along the same lines as the Madoka Magica LE boxes.
The bottom line is, you'll be paying a lot to own this series with relatively lackluster LE box sets, so unless you're an avid fan, you should probably stick with the regular Blu-Ray/DVD copies.
Love this anime.
by Sherry -
Love kill la kill great anime I highly recommend it.