Revolutionary Girl Utena Set 3 Blu-Ray

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About Revolutionary Girl Utena Set 3 Blu-Ray

Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Apocalypse Saga contains episodes 25-39 of the anime directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara and Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie.

As the final duel rapidly approaches, the Student Council’s will to continue is beginning to waver. After all, End of the World’s identity and motives remain a mystery. And Utena, fueled by her desire to protect Anthy, continues to prevail over the feeble ambitions that drive the Student Council to fight. But the Council’s ambitions are reignited when they hear a sound. At first, it’s faint, but soon it becomes clear: The promised revolution is within reach – and the duels must go on. And what of Utena’s own ambition? To become a prince, the duels may be only one of the trials she has yet to face.

Special Features: TV Series extras: Animated art gallery, interviews with Director Kunihiko Ikuhara, interview with actresses Tomoko Kawakami ("Utena") and Yuriko Fuchizaki ("Anthy"), interviews with the English-language cast, Japanese staff commentary for episodes 37-39, dueling themes karaoke, TV spots, Trailers.

Movie extras: Full-length movie commentary by Director Ikuhara, behind the scenes with the English cast, TV spots, and trailers.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Themes: School Life, Yuri
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 460
  • Year Created: 1997
  • Release Date: 12/5/2017
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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A Thrilling and Idiosyncratic Ending


The ride finally ends in the third season of Revolutionary Girl Utena (although the cars show up for the first time here). A lot of character arcs complete, several twists are revealed, and the dueling ends. The ending of the show is, be warned, a little abstract and may not be for everyone.

Blu-ray quality wise, this remains up to the standards of the previous two seasons. The box itself is a bit flimsy.