The Law of Ueki Blu-Ray

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About The Law of Ueki Blu-Ray

The Law of Ueki Blu-ray contains anime episodes 1-51 directed by Hiroshi Watanabe in standard definition on one blu-ray disc.

The fate of the world rests on Ueki, an average junior high student. Average until he gains the power to change trash into trees. Granted to him by the enigmatic Mr K., Ueki’s strange power forces him to participate in the 100-fighter "Battle of Supernatural Powers." If Ueki wins the tournament, Mr. K will become the new King of the Celestial World while Ueki will receive the "Talent of Blank", allowing him to choose any power he desires. However, if Ueki gets too many penalties during the game, he will disappear! The battles won't be easy. Ueki will face many corrupt opponents with crazy powers from blowing fire after drinking water to turning cotton into snakes! It’s up to Ueki to win the tournament and prevent the "Talent of Blank" from falling into the wrong hands.


  • Publisher: EASTERN STAR
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Comedy
  • Themes: Battles, Powers, Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 1275
  • Year Created: 2005
  • Release Date: 7/31/2018
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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This show was good, but I feel like I would’ve liked it even more back then. Having watched so much anime and shounen in general, this one felt kinda generic at first, with the main character being a bit static. But as the show went on, I found myself liking it more. The weird and crazy powers were a joy to watch with each episode and I never felt pressure to finish the rest. It was always “a couple more episodes and watch more later.” The dub did feel off at times though, with some better than others but you get used to them. There were also some plot points and characters that felt under used or puzzling. But even with my nitpicks, I enjoyed it for what it was. It kept me amused and it felt like it accomplished on what it set out to be. It’s amazing how all 51 episodes fit onto one Blu-ray disc. As each episode went on, I didn’t notice anything off. The picture was great but it did get a little fuzzy in spots, but not much. In all, this started off slow, but by the end I enjoyed it.