Sukisho Complete Collection DVD Litebox
About Sukisho Complete Collection DVD Litebox
Sukisho Complete Collection contains episodes 1-13.
Sora fell from the roof of his high school and was knocked unconscious. When he finally awoke, he found a kind-hearted boy named Sunao waiting over him. Sunao claims to be his best friend, but the fall erased some of Sora's memory. He doesn't remember Sunao at all, and the wide-eyed young man acts like much more than just a friend.
From that day on, Sora begins to experience flashbacks in which he is not himself, but a mysterious alternate personality with hidden powers. He begins to search for the secret of his lost memory and the flashbacks, but will Sunao be his companion, or his enemy?
Special Features: Talk Show with the Voice Actors, Character Music Videos, Textless Opening and Closing.
Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.
This title is manufactured on DVD-R discs and may not be compatible with older DVD players and/or gaming consoles.
- Publisher: MEDIA BLASTERS
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Drama, Romance
- Themes: Yaoi
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 325
- Release Date: 4/6/2010
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
Anime 10/10 Release 1/10
by Sabrina -
Don't let the one star fool you, the anime itself is great but the release sucks. The discs don't work on my DVD player because of an encryption error. This publisher tends to have this problem with a lot of their releases which sucks since they release a lot of really awesome series. Hopefully they will fix that problem in the future.
Cute then suddenly a Dark Twist?! Then back to Cute.
I bought this when it was sold in 3 separate volumes, however it is still made by the same company. I used a Blu-ray player to watch these DVDs, if that helps anyone. This anime is a really cute and dark(?!) intro to the BL genre. If you're not into yaoi then still give this title a chance, the story is really enjoyable and interesting. Of course, do not worry BL fans there is the token fan service interactions between couples. The op/ed songs are AWESOME! The art style is very early 2000s with a nod to the 90s in some clothing options. The Special Features are what really bring this collection together for me. There are individual character original song clips (possibly sung by the voice actors themselves?) and the podcast type show where the voice actors for Sora and Sei do different skits. I kept this review pretty vague on the plot to avoid spoilers. There are some unexpected developments that really make this series stand out as "not your average BL romance."