Kuromukuro Collector's Edition Volume 1 Blu-ray + GWP
About Kuromukuro Collector's Edition Volume 1 Blu-ray + GWP
Kuromukuro Collector's Edition Volume 1 features episodes 1-13 plus a sleeve case illustrated by character designer Yuriko Ishii, English translated deluxe booklet, 2 side slip posters, and Soundtrack CD!
During the dawn of the 21st century, the United Nations Kurobe Research Institute was established in Japan to investigate an ancient artifact, which was discovered during the construction of the Kurobe Dam. Scientists from around the world have gathered in the facility to study the object, while their children enjoy their everyday lives attending Mt. Tate International Senior High School.
Yukine Shirahane, a reserved high school girl, is the daughter of the facility's head scientist. While visiting her mother at the facility, Yukina manages to solve part of the artifact's puzzle. To her surprise, what appears before her is Kennosuke Tokisada Ouma, a young samurai from the Sengoku era.
As a threat approaches from outer space, Yukina, along with Kennosuke, finds herself defending Earth against the invading forces. Along the way, she discovers the mystery behind Kennosuke and the reason he is determined to protect her.
Special Features: Textless Opening 1 and Ending 1, PV and commercial collections!
While supplies last, customers who pre-order Kuromukuro Collector's Edition Volume 1 will receive a Original Key Frame gift with purchase!
*Contents and artwork subject to change.
- Publisher: PONYCAN
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English, Spanish
- Genre: Action, Drama, Science Fiction
- Themes: Mecha
- Age Rating: ALL
- Run Time: 310
- Release Date: 7/1/2017
- Weight: 0.9
Ratings & Reviews
Capitalism, lies , suck!
by An idiot
There is no special free gift. It is a lie , I fell for it before. It's an ok series, just more crony capitalism. Viba Chey!
LOVE KUROMUKURO ðððð
by CHRISTINA -
As this is my first Pony Canyon series due in part most of their stuff sub-only and too pricey for each volume. If I didn't love the series and the characters plus the story line i won't be buying this so I love it alot but the ending sucked and this prices sucks for each set. Now if u put the complete series for $120 sans extra's and standard edition then that would be more to my liking. If u want me to buy more Pony Canyon quit making it too damn pricey, do more English dub's,and produce better series like Kuromukuro otherwise this will be my only Pony Canyon series I'll be buying. So if u like this show go buy it and u can afford to do soðð
LOVE THIS SHOW ðððð
by CHRISTINA -
Love love this show for this I gave 5 stars. I love the characters and storyline but I like most is this has a English dub plus I'm a fan of Bryce Papenbrook too. But what sucked was the ending,left alot of unanswered question,and no closure as in I wanted a happy ending.ðððCan we say Season 3 & Season 4,Please. As for what also sucked is this price not Rightstuf's fault but Pony Canyon'sðð So if Pony Canyon wants my money put $120 for the complete series,no extras stuff to keep price down ,do standard edition DVD/ blu-ray,do more English dub and for God's sake put it in heavy clipboard and case with superb sound and audio for $120ððð If u love this show as much I do go buy this show if u can afford do soðð
A Refreshing Mecha series with a focus on excellent characters
It's a very good show, and the price for this set is a significant improvement over PC's past stuff. I would go so far as to say it is exactly in the range that they should have been at from the start. The box design is good, and the extra content is worth it. The show itself is also excellent. Being by PA Works, there is a notable focus on character drama and character relationships than you would typically see with a standard mecha show, and the show excels greatly because of that. It's cast is lovable and relatable in the best way, while feeling like fully developed and nuanced people. The actual plot is also interesting. It has a lot of fun with typical mecha tropes, such as swapping the bargain male MC with a great female lead, and replacing the standard issue mysterious girl, with a brash and amusing male character who has no idea what century he just showed up in. It all makes for a great time really. You can stream it, if you feel the need, but I'd say it's worth this price.