Wolf's Rain Classics Blu-ray

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About Wolf's Rain Classics Blu-ray

Wolf's Rain the Complete Series contains episodes 1-26 plus 4 OVA's of the anime directed by Tensai Okamura.

Paradise-a legend, a myth, and a hopeless dream in a world that has become a wasteland. It is not meant for everyone, only the wolves thought to be extinct yet still roam the lands. When the Flower Maiden awakens, the path to the end will open.

Kiba, a lone white wolf, wanders into a poverty stricken city on a quest. The scent of Lunar Flowers and the will to find Paradise is all he has. Along the way, he runs into other outcast wolves: Tsume, Hige, and Toboe, each with their own story and troubles. Fate bringing them together, and together they seek out the Flower Maiden, Cheza, and their way to Paradise. But, doing so is no simple matter.

Up against a world that fears them and a man with mysterious abilities, their journey is overrun with challenges and worse-sacrifices. With limited time, they must fight to protect Cheza against everyone who seeks her and discover the hidden path to their destiny. This group of broken souls will form a pack and take their journey to the doors of Paradise. But is it worth the end of the world?

Special Features: Japanese Cast and Staff Interviews, Pilot Film, Japanese Promo Films, 15-Second Promos, Textless Songs


  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Drama, Mystery, Science Fiction
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 750
  • Year Created: 2003
  • Release Date: 9/3/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Don’t Overlook This One

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A must have for fans of classics. I feel this one holds up well. The storyline poses questions throughout, and the twists are well-paced and come as surprises. It’s also one of the few titles that I enjoy in both English and Japanese. The cast of both do a phenomenal job of bringing the characters to life.

All in all, Wolf’s Rain is a sometimes overlooked title that contains grace, intrigue, compelling mythos, and beautiful art. Highly recommend.