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Attack on Titan, Part 1 (Limited Edition Blu-ray / DVD Combo)


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  • Actors: Mike McFarland, Matthew Mercer
  • Directors: Tetsuro Araki
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Animated, Color, Dubbed, Limited Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: June 3, 2014
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (220 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FXBL1IQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,405 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

  • 3-D Lenticular Art Card
  • Notes From Beyond the Wall: Part 1, a 24 page digibook packed full of art, character information, and 4-panel comics
  • 104 minutes of on-disc extras including: The Making of Attack on Titan, Chibi Theater: Fly, Cadets, Fly! Days 1-13, Episode 3 & 13 Commentaries, Eyecatch Gallery, Textless Songs, Trailers

  • Editorial Reviews

    Product Description

    When the man-eating giants called Titans first appeared, humans retreated behind massive walls. After a hundred years of safety, a colossal-sized Titan smashes through the defenses, unleashing a flood of giants and carnage in the streets. Eren Jaeger watches helplessly as one of the creatures devours his mother.

    He vows to kill every Titan walking the earth.

    Eren and his surviving friends enlist to fight against the insatiable monsters. The future looks bleak, but there s more to Eren than meets the eye: he may be humanity s last hope against extinction. From the director of Death Note and High School of the Dead comes the series Anime News Network calls an intense, visceral, and graphic thrill ride. The Titans have come to feast. Anything can happen. No one is safe.

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    Japan's equivalent of The Walking Dead --io9.com

    Customer Reviews

    It is the best anime I ever seen.
    edgar orduna
    As somebody who has been viewing and reviewing anime for a long time, I can say that this is the rare series that actually lives up to the hype.
    Ryjacork
    The animation in this series is excellent along with a great story.
    Monstarz Inc.

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    246 of 290 people found the following review helpful By Ryjacork on October 22, 2013
    Format: Blu-ray
    Unless you've been living under a rock, you're probably aware of the monumental impact that Attack on Titan has had on the anime world since it's premiere. As somebody who has been viewing and reviewing anime for a long time, I can say that this is the rare series that actually lives up to the hype. People will complain about pacing issues about a third of the way in, but these problems, if you even consider them to be such, are minuscule compared to the overall levels of quality put into the series.

    As far as the story goes, while it does have elements of other previous projects, such as Gantz and Claymore, it still remains a unique concept in and of itself. At it's core, Attack on Titan is a story about survival and humanity's refusal to die out, even against colossal odds. It brilliantly mixes elements of post apocalyptic, medieval fantasy, revenge, and even a little bit of steam punk, and it all comes together to form your classic 'hero versus monster' story. The voice acting is very well done, and I cannot say enough good things about the soundtrack. Above all else, I'm grateful that they had the good sense to put the series on hiatus while the manga continues, rather than giving us endless episodes of filler, that nobody really wants to see.

    Not much word yet on what this box set will actually consist of, but I will be coming back to edit this review as necessary when more information is released, and of course when the set itself is in hand.

    As a final note, I would like to encourage anybody that has already enjoyed the series to buy this product. With piracy at an all time high, it's becoming more and more difficult for anime to prosper in the US and Europe, so supporting truly excellent shows like this are more important now than ever.
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    70 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Kincaid31254 on June 9, 2014
    Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
    There are plenty of reviews for the AoT anime anywhere you wanna look, so my review is based on the value of the Limited Edition package being sold for upwards of $53-$80 versus any other home release.

    It's nowhere near worth it.

    To set the tone, I only purchased this set because I had pre-ordered it back when the set was first announced at $53, and by the time it was ready for release it had increased to $80. I figured there must be some reason it was that expensive, so I kept my pre-order. I actually looked online at FunImation's website, and I thought there was going to be a bunch of other extras like necklaces and pins and metal stuff. But no, there's nothing included that gives any reason to ever pay more than $30 for this set, if even that much.

    With this Limited Edition package you get two dvd's and two bluray discs (each format only holding the first 13 episodes); a lenticular slip that's just the same image as the cover to the set (and not all that lenticular-y as far as the effect goes); a 12-page "art book" that's glued into the middle of the set that contains some character descriptions, some odd chibi-style manga panels, and a very select few cover art/splashes from the covers of the Japanese disc releases (the pages are numbered to 26, but that's counting front and back images for each page). The set itself holds the discs in a single plastic tray for each format (a dvd tray and a second bluray tray). Each disc is stacked one over the other, so in order to get to the second disc of each format you have to remove the first disc on top. The biggest flaw with this design is that the center tab holder for the top disc has nothing bracing it from behind when the second disc is taken out, and it's really hard to put the first disc back into its holder.
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    19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Derek Thornton on June 3, 2014
    Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
    The actual media is perfect. Well designed, good dubbing, flawlessly presented.

    But this "Limited Edition" is simply not worth the double cost. The 24-page "book" is built into the disc case, you cannot even remove it - and it contains nothing that is not already online on every wiki site out there. None of the images or content in it is even remotely new or unique - except for a few of the "chibi" comics, which are bound to be online in a day or so.

    The holographic lithograph on the cover is neat, but it just isn't worth the increase in price. Save yourself the money and get the regular edition.
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    12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Rafael Vazquez on May 31, 2014
    Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
    I first saw this anime with subs, last year (2013), and I was surprised by how good it was! When I first heard of Attack on Titan, I was expecting the greek titans jeje I was wrong with that, The titans are more human like, with the thirst for blood, they will eat anyone who gets in their way (or at least most of them will). The anime can get very intense at times with top notch action scenes! It does get a little slow in some episodes, but it was nothing that made me want to stop watching it. The Japanese voice acting is really good, and from what I have heard of the dubbed (about 4 episodes), it also sounds good, for those who prefer the dubbed versions. The animation is different from what I have seen before, the characters outlines are thicker than most anime, but I really like that. Character development is not great, but still good, with the main character (Eren) being sorta 1 dimensional... The anime can be really gory and brutal at times, so I wouldn't recommend it to little kids... Overall, it's a really good anime, plot and story are damn good and I would recommend it to anyone who likes action/adventure anime.
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    When is the US release date exactly?
    On Walmart.com it said June 3rd.
    Feb 21, 2014 by Luke |  See all 4 posts
    Are there any plans for separate DVD and Blu-ray?
    Typically Rightstuf would sell the typical Funimation Limited Edition sets (ie. this AOT one) for $41.99 at the lostest for pre-orders, when it's announced. So you can go to rightstuf when the preorders open. These L.E sets come with the first set of the show(12 episodes) and a box to keep it in... Read More
    Jan 2, 2014 by Panda |  See all 2 posts
    Does anyone know when part 2 will be available for Pre-Order?
    I believe they said late fall with some special never-before-seen minisodes opening the story of another group of soldiers that experience events at the same time as the main series that sets the stage for the full-length miniseries of these characters before official season 2 (or season 3... Read More
    Apr 8, 2014 by Jeffrey |  See all 6 posts
    Limited Edition?
    This is the way most anime limited edition sets work. usually the limited sets just come with a fancy box and occasionally the show on DVD as well. the few exceptions i've seen (and own) that actually come with goodies are all 4 Lucky Star limited boxes, Gurren Lagann, limited editions, and the... Read More
    Oct 22, 2013 by Alec Boars |  See all 15 posts
    hey guys go to rightstuf.com they have it there for 53 bucks
    Or $30 for the normal edition...I personally hope the items they're offering with the limited edition aren't right...because it's a joke. Not even a physical art book. And what the hell is a 3-D Lenticular? Would've it been so hard to make a decent limited edition with how they made Psycho-pass,... Read More
    Feb 28, 2014 by Melissa C Golobish |  See all 5 posts
    What is the correct Aspect ratio? Be the first to reply
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