Log Horizon Complete Collection Blu-Ray

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SKU: 816726029702

Retail Price: $129.98

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About Log Horizon Complete Collection Blu-Ray

Log Horizon Complete Collection contains Season 1 episodes 1-25 and Season 2 episodes 1-25 of the anime directed by Shinji Ishihira.

The online fantasy game Elder Tales is a worldwide phenomenon, immersing millions of players in its intricately conceived virtual world. However, the release of the game's twelfth expansion pack makes that immersion all too literal, as players from around the world are suddenly pulled into the game's no-longer-fictional universe! 

Now, eight-year ET veteran Shiroe, his friend Naotsugu, the beautiful assassin Akatsuki, and 30,000 other players are faced with the daunting task of learning how to deal with an entirely new reality, one where the Non-Player Characters are actually alive, and the tips and tricks learned while playing with a keyboard no longer apply. Flesh and blood replace avatars and stat lists, and an entire world stands on the brink of Apocalypse in the ultimate LOG HORIZON SEASON 1 & SEASON 2 complete collection!

Special Features: Clean Opening Animation and Clean Closing Animation


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles, Video Games
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 1300
  • Year Created: 2013
  • Release Date: 10/24/2017
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

11 reviews

Really Good


The story for this anime is so complex yet simple is so good that I really enjoyed this series.



Uno de mis favoritos, si has visto SAO y te gustó, este te va a encantar.
Tiene de todo, es un RPG hecho animé.

Absolutely Worth Getting


I own season one and two, and have seen both of them. This anime starts off a little slow, but it all has a purpose, and it gets really good, and becomes highly enjoyable. So, stick it out at the beginning of season one, and you won't regret it! This collection of season one and two is absolutely worth it.



I bought season 1 and 2 when it first came out and I loved it. For me it’s the best stuck in a video game anime and I’ve seen them all! Starts off a Lil slow but it’s so good I might buy it twice it’s a great show I hope they do a season 3!!!


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a great value for the whole anime has 50 episodes and both seasons plus it's a blu ray so the picture quality is amazing I can't say how happy I am with this set thanks right stuf for another great product

A great must have for your collection

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A great series and definitely a great addition to my collection, it is a little slow but it speeds up latter and just such a great deal for this beauty.

Heroic Legend of Log Horizon... Another unfinished series.

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Ends as abruptly as Heroic Legend of Arslan, and it's been nearly 4 years since season 2 first aired. I would like to praise it, but because of the lack of a proper ending, I simply can't. Fans are hoping for a season 3 the same way they're hoping for a season 2 of Firefly. A shame, considering it took a uniquely different direction than .hack and Sword Art Online.

I'm generously throwing it 3 stars because the first season was good, and had tons of nostalgic moments, reminding me of my years playing Final Fantasy XI. The second season is a mess with a lot of useless filler and poor attempts at character development.

I wish the show did had a 3rd season or more, but it doesn't and it likely never will, just as Heroic Legend of Arslan doesn't have a 3rd season.

If you don't care that it doesn't have an ending, you'll get a fair amount of MMORPG nostalgia. I wouldn't have wasted my time had I known it didn't have an ending.

One of my all-time favorites!


This anime has to be one of my favorites! Thousands of gamers pulled into a game where the game becomes their new reality! It has plenty of action but more than that shows what the reality of their situation really would be like. The story is great and has great characters, I'd recommend this anime to anyone!

A bit too ambitious for its own good, but still an excellent series

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I was worried I was going to regret paying so much for something I might not like, but the risk paid off. This turned out to be an excellent series. Its focus was much more on rebuilding a functioning society than on battles, although it did have some nice fights. I'm a fan of the "economic fantasy" subgenre, so this was a perfect fit for me. The level of detail and amount of thought that went into the creation of this world was wonderful.

That said, all that detail was part of the series' problem. After a point, it started to lose focus - be prepared for multiple episodes focused on characters and subplots you're not necessarily as interested in. I also hated the romantic rivalry between Akatsuki and Minori (who was a 14-year-old girl! how did she last as a love interest candidate for so long?).

The bulk of this series was well worth what I paid for it, and it convinced me to give the light novels a shot.

A Great Title

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This is an interesting series that takes a now-common trope (getting stuck in a video game world), and treats it in a believable manner. And from its start to its end, the series focuses heavily on the society that the transplanted people are building. It does get a bit silly in the second season, but manages to put itself back in order for the most part. The single greatest issue would be the same one for so many adaptations of light novels and manga - it concludes with more questions than answers and more frayed unresolved plot threats than neatly tied ones.

Beyond those gripes, however, it stands as one of the best of its subgenre, and is definitely recommended for gamers and fantasy fans alike.

Log Horizon

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Log Horizon has been everything I hoped it would be. It's filled with deep plot and a wonderful adventure in a "game world" and at a great price to boot!