Outlaw Star Collector's Edition Blu-ray/DVD
About Outlaw Star Collector's Edition Blu-ray/DVD
Outlaw Star contains episodes 1-26. Collector's Editions includes a special metallic chipboard box inspired by the design of the spaceship with a hatch opening, plus a 100 page artbook!
Gene Starwind is a jack-of-all-trades responsible for odd jobs and bounty hunting with his partner, Jim Hawking. Stuck on a rundown planet, he's going nowhere fast. But when a bodyguard job goes sideways, he finds himself the proud owner of the Outlaw Star and on an adventure to find the mysterious Galactic Leyline. Facing pirates and dangers galore, can he survive the journey through space?
Special Features: Pilot Video, Trailer, Commercial Collection, Textless Opening and Closing Songs, and Trailers.
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Fantasy, Science Fiction
- Themes: Adventure
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 650
- Release Date: 6/13/2017
- Weight: 0.8
Ratings & Reviews
It awesome anime
by Daisy -
I already preorder
I can't wait ð
I glad it original English dub
I love dub
I can't wait
by Lust4lyfe101 -
OMG!!!...I LOVE THIS SET!!!
As always rightstuf packages my boxsets very well and the boxset itself it amazing plus the bluray quality for an old series like outlaw star, FUNimation definitely did justice to this set.
If I had to complain on something though it would be the way you open the box cause if all the blurays and stuff wasn't in it then you would have to be careful when you hold it.
Other then that I love it YAY!!!
by Shiro -
It's a nice set that brings back nostalgia from when I was a little younger. You get the art box to house 2 blu ray cases, a nice booklet and a cardboard with a double sided picture of Melfina. Overall, not a bad set and I love the booklet as I love the booklet as it's a nice and thick and not some thin 20 or 30 pages one.
Great Addition to the Collection
Bought it at Funimation's booth at AX 2017.
Been waiting a long time to get this series since I missed out on the DVDs. Was licensed by Bandai and the DVDs [both single and Anime Legends] were pricy. Vendor at AX had both selling for little over a $100.
Funimation did a good job releasing this. Does come in a normal edition, but the Collector's Edition is where it's at. Comes in 2 Blu-ray cases [1 for Blu-rays and 1 for DVDs], a 100-page artbook which is pretty nice, and a double sided pic of Melfina to prevent your Blu-ray cases and artbook from moving in the box. The Blu-ray/DVD reversible cover art is nice, but the DVD version is a lot nicer. Most of the extra content is on the Blu-ray, DVD just have trailers. Only nitpick is the box is not metallic. It just hard cardboard. Not a big deal since the box is really cool.
Overall, it was worth the wait and I highly recommend this series if you watched Cowboy Bebop and want something similar, but with more laughs.
And to think I call this man Captain.
by Christopher Wheat -
A show marginalized by the titan that is Cowboy Bebop. However, that doesn't make this tour de force any less enjoyable, memorable, or impactful. And with the blu-ray transfer it's the best it's ever looked or sounded.