The Familiar of Zero Complete Series Blu-ray

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SKU: 816726024110

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About The Familiar of Zero Complete Series Blu-ray

The Familiar of Zero Complete Series contains episodes 1-13 of season 1, episodes 1-12 of season 2, episodes 1-13 of season 3, and episodes 1-12 of season 4.

Between her poor spellwork and long name, the other students at the Tristain Academy of Magic have taken to calling poor Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière, "Louise the Zero." Things only get worse when the students summon up their familiars, because while others receive fantastic creatures like dragons, Louise summons a normal teenager from Tokyo! While Louise may be stuck with Hiraga Saito, and Saito's stuck with the lousy life of being her familiar, maybe there's more going on than meets the eye. Maybe Saito's not quite as normal as everyone thinks, and Louise just hasn't figured out what she's good at yet. In fact, they might even have the makings of a great team once they start to get 'familiar' with each other! One of anime's wildest romances is unleashed in this ultimate complete collection!

Special Features: Extended Episode Previews, Japanese Promos, Clean Opening Animation, and Clean Closing Animation.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Fan Service, Harem
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 1250
  • Release Date: 12/19/2017
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

9 reviews

Not for everyone


This series isn't for everyone, strictly belongs in the ecchi for most of the series with a lot of goofball humor. It's not a bad series but the overall plot takes a backseat until the last few episodes of each series so expect a lot of humor and tsundere moments

Love it!!!


I love this series!!
It has a mix of fantasy/romance/comedy/ecchi and the story is interesting along with cool and cute characters this is one of the best anime series I have ever seen!

Let's goooooooo


Can't wait to get this!! I loved this series and I was waiting for something like this to happen so I can finally buy and own the series.

Really, People? It's Good


Alright, I can understand not liking an anime that doesn't have a dub for all seasons, but that doesn't mean you blindly bash it for that fact only.
Many people that want to purchase and support an anime legally rely on these reviews to make decisions.

Rant over.

The Familiar of Zero itself is a cute RomCom with some adventure and action thrown in, so be prepared for tsundere cliches and misunderstandings abound. While it doesn't do everything to capture the emotion that, say, Clannad or AnoHana do, it is still very enjoyable.

Subs FTW!


This series has its highs and lows... overall it's entertaining, some seasons come off stronger then the others.
Louise does get rather annoying as to how she treats Saito which is why I don't give it 5 stars.

Still makes me smile.


Zero no Tsukaima is a rare anime in the sense that yes, while it was no doubt made to encourage light novel sales, it stands on it's own with a coherent storyline and an actual decent ending. Nothing too serious, nothing too stupid, just the right combination of ecchi, romance, comedy and an awesome cast of voice actors.

One of the best ecchi that I've seen

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As far as ecchi/harem comedies go, this show was actually pretty good. Kept me laughing through most episodes and characters were all likeable. If you're looking for an ecchi with a good mix of tsundere romance, this is the show for you. 7/10 overall, but 9/10 as far as ecchi goes.

A little of lots of things, but always a fun watch

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I ended up liking this series more than I might have expected when I started watching it. It has a little of a lot of things: cute stuff, cool stuff, fantasy world stuff, funny stuff, bits of mild harmless "naughty" humor, and even some occasional dramatic "feels" moments (if you end up caring enough about some of the characters). It's a series that doesn't try to take itself seriously and instead just kind of allows itself to have a range of high and low moments.

Really liked how compact but sturdy the set casing is despite being 8 discs. I like when disc collections are packaged like this one, with just a case and flip-wallet thing inside.

Dub fans beware

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Only the first 12 episodes (season 1) out of 50 are dubbed and I wouldn't have bought it if I had known that ahead of time. What I watched (1st season) was mostly enjoyable, though I REALLY hated the heroine until later in the season where she started to become nicer to the main character (she's a very extreme and abusive tsundere)