Revolutionary Girl Utena Set 2 Blu-Ray
About Revolutionary Girl Utena Set 2 Blu-Ray
Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Black Rose Saga contains episodes 13-24 of the anime directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara.
Utena and Anthy have become close during their time as roommates. So when Anthy casually mentions she has a brother, Utena can’t help but feel shocked. She thought she knew Anthy, but the longer she and Anthy are friends, the more she discovers she doesn’t know. What other secrets could Anthy be keeping? However, Utena won’t have time to dwell upon such matters. A new group of duelists has emerged from the shadows. These new challengers wear black rose signets and also seek revolution, but their methods are different than those of Ohtori’s Student Council. They don’t wish to possess Rose Bride. They are want kill her.
Special Features: Animated art gallery, 1997 Utena Promotion, and interviews with Utena Director Ikuhara.
- Publisher: NOZOMI ENTERTAINMENT
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Drama, Romance
- Themes: School Life, Yuri
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 300
- Year Created: 1997
- Release Date: 11/7/2017
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
This Series Just Keeps Getting Better!
by Andrew -
A series that never dies is in fact, an understatement, the second part of this series gets interesting, to say the least, the middle half of this series mentioning of Anthy having a brother caught me off guard because there was no mention of him until this set. Then the plot thickened with the inception of the black rose embodying revenge, hatred, and jealousy in the characters you saw, but didn't focus too heavily from the first set until now, bringing them to the forefront. That's what I love about this series, it literally touches on every aspect of life, love, and relationships of various kinds, and the dysfunction of each one of them.
The second season in an excellent series
by Alex -
The second season of Revolutionary Girl Utena, this arc focuses on a past event in the school and a few new (and, of course, strange) characters while continuing to flesh out the original cast. Some have pointed out before that overall the second season doesn't contribute much to the through-line plot of the show, but I would argue it's character building more than makes up for that. The blu-ray quality here is just as crisp as the first season.