Re:ZERO Starting Life in Another World Season 1 Part 2 Blu-ray/DVD
About Re:ZERO Starting Life in Another World Season 1 Part 2 Blu-ray/DVD
Re:ZERO Starting Life in Another World Season 1 Part 2 Blu-ray/DVD contains episodes 13-25 of the anime series directed by Masaharu Watanabe.
After being suddenly transported to another world, Natsuki Subaru discovers a terrible truth—he can’t die. Or rather, he can’t remain dead. With this terrifying new ability, he experiences reset after reset and it begins to take its toll on his mental state. But, determined to protect his new friends and the woman he’s fallen in love with, Subaru suffers to save.
Special Features: Re:PETIT ~Re: Starting Life in Another World From PETIT~, Textless Opening & Closing Songs, Trailers
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Drama
- Themes: Adventure, Supernatural
- Age Rating: 17+
- Run Time: 325
- Year Created: 2016
- Release Date: 2/5/2019
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Skeptical about possible Blu-ray Issues... but turned out GREAT!
by Anselmo -
I have to say I was a little worried at first since Season 1 Part 1 Blu-ray had issues regarding the color banding, fortunately this Blu-ray Release was really good, it had no issues whatsoever and had great picture quality, but most importantly, it fit really well in my Limited Edition Box Set. I highly recommend both watching and purchasing this great series.
Fantastic show, quality better than Part 1 but not perfect.
by Damian -
This was actually the first anime I watched as it was airing and I fell in love with it and we can finally have the full uncut version in the US.
The infamous banding compression from Part 1 is mostly fixed in this release, most of it looks fine but there are still scenes in every episode that still have chopped up gradients but never look as horrendous as anything from Part 1. Mostly dark scenes or scenes with cascading lights seem to be effected the most. I hope Funi and Sentai fix their own compression methods aside from getting bad masters. The video bit-rate tanks down in to the low teens up to about 28Mbps aside from the clean OP and ED, they usually stay around the high 30's up to 40Mbps.
In my opinion, as someone who generally prefers the original Japanese language, the English language version is actually quite good, they did a great job on this one.
If you haven't seen it or are worried about the quality then I'd say wait for a sale or a complete set.