Seitokai Yakuindomo Blu-ray
About Seitokai Yakuindomo Blu-ray
Seitokai Yakuindomo contains anime episodes 1-13 of Season 1, episodes 1-13 of Season 2, and the Movie directed by Hiromitsu Kanazawa.
When the all-girl Ousai Private Academy goes co-ed, freshman Takatoshi Tsuda finds himself in a situation that most guys can only dream of - one of only 28 boys in a school of over 500 girls! Unfortunately, that fantasy slams into a hard wall of reality when he runs into Student Council President Shino Amakusa and she drafts him onto the council!
That might not be so bad… except for the fact that Shino, council secretary Aria and even faculty advisor Ms. Yokoshima are all seriously sex-obsessed, while tiny treasurer Suzu has rage control issues, and the head of the school newspaper spends her time peddling candid pictures of the council members! Will this lead to Takatoshi becoming a Big Man on Campus? Or will he end up as the council's whipping boy?
Special Features: Japanese Promos, Clean Opening Animation, Clean Closing Animation.
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy
- Themes: School Life, Slice of Life
- Age Rating: 17+
- Run Time: 710
- Year Created: 2010
- Release Date: 12/10/2019
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Finally available in the U.S.
by Michael -
I've been following this series for a while, having seen the second season when it was available on Crunchyroll, and I was pretty bummed when it disappeared from there. I had been hoping that someone would license it at some point, but I hadn't expected that to happen so soon.
I think Sentai did a pretty good job, considering that the series relies on dirty jokes as the primary source of humor. The Blu-ray transfer appears to be pretty clean, and I didn't see any evidence of downgrading in quality.
I took off half a star for some subtitle errors, though there weren't very many of them. The other half-star came off because the OVAs weren't included. Considering that a few characters are introduced in the S1 OVAs, going straight from S1 to S2 and seeing these new people is a bit jarring, plus I would have liked the completeness that comes with having ALL installments of the series. Hopefully Sentai will release the OVAs here as a separate collection.