Lupin III The Woman Named Fujiko Mine Blu-ray/DVD Anime Classics

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Lupin the III The Woman Called Fujiko Mine the Complete Series contains episodes 1-13

She's a thief. A killer. A saint and a scandal. She's whatever you need her to be to get the job done. After sizing you up with one sinful glance, she disarms you with a touch. You're powerless to resist. She's walking seduction, with an insatiable itch for the priceless and a fetish for mischief. She takes your breath away to get what she wants. She takes everything else just because she can. It's all in a night's work for the woman called Fujiko Mine. She's the slinky, sultry thread that holds Lupin III's crew together “ and this is the heist that started it all.

Special Features: Episode 06 Commentary (Brina Palencia, Josh Grelle), Episode 09 Commentary (Christopher R. Sabat, Sonny Strait), Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine Cast Reunion (English 2.0), Fujiko Mine at OkraTron 5000 (English 2.0), Textless Opening Song Textless Closing Song, U.S. Trailer and



  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action
  • Themes: Fan Service
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 325
  • Release Date: 10/11/2016
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Region Code: A

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An Artsier and more abstract take on Lupin


For those used to seeing zany capers The Woman Named Fujiko Mine might be offputting; it's darker in tone and more thoughtful in the way that some might call pretentious but it's an interesting take on the character of Fujiko in particular. This series expands on her as The One Heart Lupin Can't Steal while also taking her in new directions. While men like Lupin have often been considered as an ideal and not just a man it's much rarer to see that done with women like Fujiko; the idea and results both are worth watching as there's a strong artistic vision here though not every episode works and some are very paint-by-numbers.

At its best I'd compare it to Utena and at its worst it's good if less wacky Lupin. While I've always liked the Lupin dub's cheesiness I'd recommend watching the Japanese track for this one; there's a stellar performance by Yuki Kaji that you should hear if you only know him for voicing milquetoast harem show protagonists.