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Violet Evergarden Blu-ray

5 star rating out of 5
7 Reviews
SKU: 704400103254

Retail Price: $64.98

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About Violet Evergarden Blu-ray

Violet Evergarden contains episodes 1-13 of the anime directed by Haruka Fujita.

Violet Evergarden was raised to be a weapon for a war that has ended. Now she’s learning how to heal her mind and body. Working as an Auto Memory Doll, she writes people’s thoughts and feelings into letters—and in doing so, learns about her own feelings.

Special Features: Textless Opening Song, Textless Closing Song, Japanese Trailer, and English Trailer

Details

  • Publisher: FUNIMATION/CRUNCHYROLL
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Drama, Fantasy
  • Themes: Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 325
  • Year Created: 2018
  • Release Date: 12/8/2020
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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5 star rating out of 5

An epic masterpiece. What anime is REALLY about.

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Simply put, this is one of the greatest animes ever made. The story is simple, yet so beautifully-executed. The characters are fairly well developed despite the short overall length. The designs and artwork on a level with top-flight feature films and the music is simply perfect for this show.
I will not spoil it, but it starts out with a young girl who was a child soldier trying to figure out how to live after the war is over. If you watch this, make sure you have plenty of tissue handy. You will need it. This is quite the tear-jerker and not just at the end, but through the whole story.
There is absolutely nothing wrong here. This is anime at its finest.

5 star rating out of 5

Emotional Masterpiece

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This show hits you emotionally in a different way than other shows like AnoHana or Your Lie in April. Definitely a recommended watch. The English dub is pretty good too, although I do have a big beef with how the dub kept referring to Hodgins simply as "Lieutenant" when he is in fact a Lieutenant Colonel. If you walked up to a Lt. Colonel in real life and called him "Lt" he'd slap you into the middle of next week for trying to give him a three-rank demotion.

5 star rating out of 5

Sentimental and Beautiful Told Story

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Not only is the animation gorgeous but each episode is quite heartfelt. Starts off slow at first but as you learn about each character's story, it wraps you up in wonder like a quilt unveiling. Enjoy!

5 star rating out of 5

Worth every minute and penny invested

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This series is hands down one of the best out there. The art, the music, and the story are engaging and will leave you wanting more. I highly recommend this to anyone who is in search of an anime that tells the story of hardship and the pursuit of finding one's purpose.

5 star rating out of 5

Deeply Moving

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I was invested in Violet's struggles right from the start. A beautiful story about a girl coming of age and trying to understand the person who watched over her. One of the most empathic depictions of veterans I've ever seen in media. It's the kind of good series that is hard to discuss because just thinking about it turns my brain to happy mush.

5 star rating out of 5

Violet Evergarden-A Modern Masterpiece!!

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This series is one of the best I've ever seen and I've been watching anime for 20 years +. The characters, storyline, back ground art, music-everything about this series is absolutely fantastic. Violet Evergarden really likes to mess around with your emotions-if you don't feel like crying after watching a lot of the episodes then you aren't a normal person. I've watched both movies and belive me, Violet Evergarden The Movie will have you bawling like a baby by the end, it has at least twice the emotional impact that the tv series has. If you don't watch the whole series and the movies (I know the second movie hasn't been released on bluray in the us yet) I feel sorry for you.

5 star rating out of 5

Wish I could give more than just 5 stars...Needs a 10 star rating.

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Like others have said here, this is one of the best anime series ever made. {With the exception of a minute error in the dub...I do not think that Funimation Studios has many Vets on their reference, research or translation staff! ;) } I wholeheartedly recommend that you get this series and the movies. You will not be disappointed. As a Vet, I must say that Violet Evergarden is the only anime that I have ever had to pause, as the "feels" got a little too real in places. It needs a 'Ten Star' Emotional Impact Rating, I think all anime fans who have seen it will agree. {Some of you older ones might 'get' that silly 'old-taku' reference, as well! }