Please Twins! Blu-ray
About Please Twins! Blu-ray
Please Twins! contains episodes 1-13 of the anime directed by Yasunori Ide.
Maiku Kamishiro grew up in an orphanage with no history of his family or of his past. Left with only a childhood picture of himself and another person in front of a house, he believes that the other person in the picture is his long lost twin sister. Upon discovering his old home, two young girls show up on his doorstep one day both claiming to be his long lost sister. Maiku's life is about to be turned upside down and with two pretty girls living under the same roof as him, how will Maiku be able to keep his mind on school and work while trying to figure out which one of these girls is his sister and which one is the love of his life?
- Publisher: NOZOMI/LUCKY PENNY
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Drama, Romance
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 325
- Release Date: 5/7/2019
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Not as good as Please Teacher
by ROBERT -
This is a spin off of Please Teacher. The events take place 2 years later and revolve around 3 characters.. Mike, Mina, and Karen. Several characters from Please Teacher do make appearances and act as supporting cast members.
Overall, I think this series while enjoyable does not have quite the spark as it's predecessor did. Particularly in the early episodes this series teeters down the creepy path, and does have several apparent plot holes.
Kotoko's Opening theme "Second Flight" is once again amazing and the overall musical soundtrack is on par with Please Teacher.
Visually though I think this series really shows it's age, picture quality jumps around from scene to scene.. with some looking very good even in Blu-ray while other scenes, really fare no better then on DVD.
In Summary, not as good as Please Teacher but overall not bad. If you need to get everything on Blu-ray then go for it. If not.. then your Bandai America Copies will do just as well.
by Kuzon -
Video Quality 10
Sound Quality 10
Much better then DVD!
Don't have much to say about this release. Other then it being a good Anime.
If i have anything bad to say about it is; wheres the the Limited Edition or Collectors edition! At least give us a slipcover!
One is a Sibling, One is a Stranger
by JUSTIN -
I was a huge fan of Please Teacher back in the day but for one reason or another I never got to Please Twins, until this glorious re-release!
If you've never seen Please Teacher before Please Twins is more of a spin off than a direct sequel. You don't need to have see Please Teacher in order to see Please Twins though if you do you'll probably understand a few characters that crossover from Please Teacher.
Obviously it's hard to not directly compare the two since they are similar in concept though have a very different feel to them. Please Teacher was a very serious romantic drama that had some some serious themes about relationships and mental issues. In comparison Please Twins is a lot more lighthearted though there are serious moments as well.
I could go on for a while about what is different & what someone wouldn't like but in the end I would say that Please Twins compliments Please Teacher very well and instead of directly comparing them I would put them on equal ground.
Worthy Upgrade from my Bandai DVD
by Lee -
Chops to Nozomi for releasing this title and Please Teacher both on Blu Ray. The Extras are more than you could hope for, with the all the image vocals and the complete ending collection. As for the content, it's Please Twins looking the best I have seen. It's a good show, and while not as good as Please Teacher it is still a nice ride. I personally find I watch this one more than Please Teacher, so I must like it more for some reason. A romantic triangle done right. I will say that "Episode 13" was an OVA, and Episode 12 has the "Real Ending". Great show, thanks Nozomi!