The Legend of the Legendary Heroes Blu-ray/DVD SAVE Edition
About The Legend of the Legendary Heroes Blu-ray/DVD SAVE Edition
The Legend of the Legendary Heroes SAVE Edition contains episodes 1-25.
Part 1: A war between bordering lands Roland and Estabul has begun. At the King of Roland’s command, Ryner Lute,a bearer of a cursed. Extremely lethal power called the Alpha Stigma, and his beautiful comrade Ferris set out on a search for the Heroic Relics—artifacts that contain enormous supernatural powers and can be devastating if placed in the wrong hands. War tactics, bloody magical battles, and political intrigue plot twists ensue.
Part 2: The dynamic partners Ryner—a remarkable magician feared as an unstable monster—and gorgeous swordswoman Ferris return home after abandoning their original mission to save a child bearing the Alpha Stigma curse. While the citizens of Roland faithfully follow King Sion, a darkness begins to consume him. Unexplained abductions, murders and whispers of human experiments haunt the kingdom while the mystery of Ryner’s enigmatic power unfolds. An inevitable conflict between two friends erupts as an evil force commands one to destroy the other. All the while, a distant country with crucial knowledge of the ancient legends prepares to attack. Will Ryner be able to save his best friend—or himself—from the black?
Special Features: Episode 3 Commentary, Episode 9 Commentary, Textless Opening Song (LAMENT～Yagate Yorokobi Wo～), Textless Closing Songs (Truth of My Destiny, Filament of Light), Episode 21 Commentary, Episode 24 Commentary, Textless Opening Song (Last Inferno), Textless Closing Song (Filament of Light), US Trailer and Trailers.
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Fantasy
- Themes: Powers
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 625
- Release Date: 12/13/2016
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
by Gina Little -
This series is a great mix of characters with a solid story and lots of humor. It is an action/adventure in a world of kingdoms that shows great interactions among the variety of well-established characters. I highly recommend this anime.
Sorry but what I had to say was to long for just one review box so my first ranting half is probably under the bluray/dvd regular edition. Anyway in the later half of the series there is very little magic usage and what of it is used is all the same, nothing new and exciting. And as mentioned in the other review box the female characters personalities compared to the males in this series need some work, in particular Milk. Ferris could use some work too but she wasn't as bad as Milk. This series does a really bad job on explaining origin stories especially for Ryner. Brought in his dad and mom but didn't really explain anything and left a lot of confusion following it. It had so much potential to be an epic anime. But it blew it with the quick cut offs and lack of attention to detail. Still alpha stigmas are awesome so if anything watch it just for that.