Please Teacher! Blu-ray

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About Please Teacher! Blu-ray

Please Teacher! contains episodes 1-13 of the anime directed by Yasunori Ide.

Kei Kusanagi isn't your typical 15-year-old high school student. He's actually an 18-year-old with a rare disorder that puts him into what he calls, a "standstill"! When he was younger, this disorder left him in a deep coma which stunted his growth for three years. Mizuho Kazami isn't your typical teacher, either. She's actually an alien sent by the Galaxy Federation to observe the Earth! As the sole human being with knowledge of Ms. Kazumi's secret, Kei must... marry her?! Homework, dating, and a gorgeous wife going to school has never been quite this fun!

Special Features: Clean Opening, Clean Closing, Promotional Videos, Music Clips, Commercials, Preview for Episode 13 and Marie Love Theater.

Details

  • Publisher: NOZOMI/LUCKY PENNY
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Drama, Romance, Science Fiction
  • Themes: School Life
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 325
  • Release Date: 4/16/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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Bluray for an Iconic show

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I just recently bought the dvd set myself and saw it for the 1st time.

I remember Please Teacher as one of the iconic talked about anime shows during the early 2000s. Everyone loved Mizuho Kazami, the titular main heroine and poster woman for the show. I guess this was when the allure of the older working woman was still a thing in Japan.

Overall, a lovely show filled with comedy, drama and romance. I like the fact that, high schoolers being attracted to the working adult isn't looked down upon as the adult being lecherous. As I myself was attracted to the older working adults as a high schooler myself.

The opening theme by music artist KOTOKO is a lovely piece of music which is composed in a style that you will no longer hear in the years of 2010's. Even the opening animation itself is considered an older legacy of early 2000 animes now.

Its a school life anime that isnt so boring. None of those seasonal types with each romantic holiday needing screen time.

Blu ray looks great

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Overall an excellent release by Rightstuf.
I have the original Bandai DVDs and this has always been a series I enjoy going back and re watching from time to time.

I consider this a timeless title, and still better then most of the stuff put out today.

The soundtrack for this series is very well done starting with Kotoko's Shooting Star as the OP. Then having Love a Riddle in the end.. just listening to these songs takes me back.

Worth checking out you won't be disappointed.

A Classic Worth Revisiting

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I own the DVD box set of this show and decided to upgrade to the blu-ray for varying reasons. I actually hadn't seen this in quite a while but after coming back to it the magic is still there.

If you've never seen this series you might have some misconceptions judging from the premise of the show. This show isn't really a harem, it's raunchy, it's actually a very mature romantic comedy/drama (a big emphasis on drama) tackling various relationship issues ranging from jealousy, working to make your relationship work and even handling personal mental issues. Not to mention the best anime song of all time, Shooting Star.

As for this blu-ray release the picture is good, obviously better than looking at the original dvds.
It has a lot of the extras found on the DVD (not all of them - I don't think it has the design galleries) but has the most important one the Marie Love Theater!

I'd recommend this blu-ray to fans and newcomers alike.