Kizumonogatari Part 1 Tekketsu Blu-ray
About Kizumonogatari Part 1 Tekketsu Blu-ray
Kizumonogatari Part 1: Tekketsu contains Part 1: Tekketsu Original Soundtrack CD, Deluxe booklet, Pin-up postcard set, package illustrated by Akio Watanabe (Character Designer).
PART 1: TEKKETSU STORY
One day, Koyomi Araragi encounters the horrifying vampire, Kiss-shot Acerola-orion Heart-under-blade A.K.A. the "King of Apparitions." He saves the fatally wounded Kiss-shot by offering his blood at the expense of his own life as a human. Now Koyomi has to face the vampire hunters to retrieve Kiss-shot’s limbs which were taken by these hunters...
THE ORIGIN STORY OF MONOGATARI SERIES!
This highly anticipated film has brought together an all-star creative team including Director Tatsuya Oishi (Series Director of BAKEMONOGATARI), Character Designer Akio Watanabe (Monogatari Series), Chief Director Akiyuki Shimbou (Madoka Magica, Monogatari Series, NISEKOI) and Studio SHAFT (Madoka Magica, Monogatari Series, NISEKOI).
Special Features: Theatrical Trailer, PV & CM Collections.
Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US and Canada only. It 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.
- Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Mystery
- Themes: Supernatural
- Age Rating: 16+
- Run Time: 63
- Release Date: 12/27/2016
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Kizumonogatari Tekketsu product review
by KOLIN -
This is a nice set. It has this nice shiny foil effect on the slipcase, you can see it in the picture. The booklet is nicer than the monogatari booklets usually are, this one has interviews and key art as well as character sheets. I love the postcards too. The soundtrack is fantastic, one of the best I've heard. As far as I can tell, video, sound, and subs are perfect, although I wish it had the gorgeous menu the JP BD had. My issues with the set are with the slipcase and the price. At this price it should have come in a nice, sturdy box like Doukyusei did, not a paper slipcase, and is why I deducted a star, it would have been perfect otherwise. I also dislike that there isn't a standard edition, but thats par for the course with monogatari.
One more thing
by KOLIN -
I just wrote that last review, and since I can't edit I'll put this here. I forgot to point out that this set is actually more expensive then the Japanese one, which is ridiculous, it's the most expensive per minute set I've bought. Now multiply that by 3, it's unreasonable. But I've committed myself to buying all of monogatari since it's my favorite currently airing series and second overall, and Kizu is amazing so I cant stop now, and AoA is taking advantage of that, those bastards.
I have a very heavy bias
by Shiki -
One of the most visually amazing anime films there are, totally worth buying on blu ray. The extra stuff like the notebook and postcards are also very nice.
Waiting for part 2 now XD
by ken -
Aniplex charges big bucks but deliver on quality. Cover matches the movie poster perfectly and looks great with it in my collection.
Actually, it is not more expensive. Japanese one cost 8000+ yen, which is equal to $80. Plus tax. Just the same price.
First Time Buying from RightStuf
I had no problems with the product and it was delivered much faster than I expected it to be. I'm glad RightStuf turned out to be as reliable as it is.
by Jim -
To get to the point, this is really expensive and you don't get a hole lot for that price. BUT this is a beautiful release, probably my favorite out of the entire series. My only 'complaint' is that its not a hard box like Bakemonogatari but its consistent with the rest of the single volumes of the series. Comes with beautiful art cards & a booklet, if you can afford it or have an extra kidney definitely get it!
Great Story, Fantastic Animation and Art Style
by Steven -
Now this is a very pricey movie. I will not deny that. But as someone who read Kizumonogatari and absolutely loved it from cover to cover, I can honestly say that to me this was so worth it. The animation alone is just fantastic. I loved the animation and art style of Bakemonogatari but this just blew that out of the water for me. The soundtrack that's included is also fantastic and the art/interview book that comes with it is very interesting and informative.
Anyone thats a fan of the Monogatari series will enjoy this, especially if you loved the Kizumonogatari novel as much as me.
The movie? Great. The price? Rediculous
by Nick -
The movie is amazing, and the art is completely different from the TV series, and in a good way. I have no problems with the movie at all.
The price however... is way to high. The movie is only around 60 minutes so you're paying over a dollar per minute of video. I did like the character cards/post cards a lot and the case is really nice though.
Still, I don't think I would reccomend buying this movie, it's $70 for a 60 min movie while I just bought the new Steins;Gate movie which was only $30 for a 90 min movie with a similar quality case. If it's $70 per movie,
Kizmonogatari has finally come out! Part 1 is on blu-ray and I gotta say, it was worth it. Shaft took the animation that they showed in the first episode of Bakemonogatari to an amazing level. We learned why Araragi is a vamp, how him and Heart Under-blade met, how Araragi and Hanekawa met, and also how Oshino and Araragi met as well. This is where it all began and it is a must watch series.
worth buying here cause on Amazon it is 106.00
5 star movie, 4 star release
by Nick -
Let me get this out of the way, Kizumonogatari is absolutely stunning. However here is a usual Aniplex of America rant.
If you've bought an Aniplex release, you know what you're getting yourself into. I'm willing to pay a good amount of money for a good release. This set is nice, however, take a look at the recent Aniplex release, Fate/Stay Night Heaven's Feel Limited Edition. For the same asking price as this set, you're getting an actual chipboard box (the packaging for this movie is flimsy cardboard) 2 good sized art books, one hardcover, and the soundtrack. With this set you're getting a very small booklet, a few art cards and the soundtrack. Also the fate movie is double the runtime of this movie. Still nice extras, however you're getting way more quality and moneys worth with the Fate/Stay Night set. I'm just confused as to why this is the same price, and why Kizumonogatari isn't getting the same treatment.