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  • Actors: Luci Christian, Micah Solusod, J. Michael Tatum
  • Directors: Colleen Clinkenbeard
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Widescreen, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Japanese (Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: November 30, 2010
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004047XV6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #255,696 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Birdy is a jaw-dropping, pin-up sensation with a secret. Under the cover of darkness, this dream girl becomes a bad guy’s worst nightmare. Birdy dons her crime-fighting costume and hits the street as a lethal, interstellar federation agent charged with nailing the most dangerous criminals in the galaxy. Her latest case involves a gang of extraterrestrial terrorists and a stolen space weapon that could nuke every living thing on Earth. Birdy’s got the moves to stop them dead in their tracks, but there’s one big problem: she’s got a nasty habit of going berserk, and somebody always gets hurt. Yeah, Birdy may be dreamy, but she’s also the only thing more dangerous than the bad guys.

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My grandson is enjoying the DVD very much.
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Visually the DVD is mastered well with the video having good resolution, color, and motion handling.
Paul Vincent
The characters are well rounded, and the world they live in is full of nuance.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rich(アニメとゲームが優先!!) on March 4, 2011
Format: DVD
While seeing the series I knew right away it was one for my anime collection, though I had to get this one from another buyer since for whatever reason Amazon was not selling the first part of this enjoyable series. The story follows mostly on the day to day actions of a female alien police office called Birdy who has come to earth in order to track down interstellar felons and bring them to justice, though during one of her case assignments she unwittingly gets a young earth high school Tsutomu Senkawa killed but due to the highly advanced technology she is party to she is able to get the boys body reconstructed though during this time his consciousness now resides inside of Birdy's body so the two must now try and coexist with each other while trying to live their own personal lives and try and fulfill their personal obligations as well. The situation allows the two to use the body with the others consent for the most part or if the other mind is asleep or unconscious, the body also changes gender for the person controlling it so when Birdy is in control the body is female when Tsutomu is in control the body is male but most time both of their minds are awake which allows the two to communicate with each other(Though for Tsutomu it can get a bit embarrassing since they must talk normally which at times make him look a little crazy when it seems he's talking to himself.) The series is a nice mix of sci-fi thriller, action, comedy and the usual touch of angst teen romance thrown in as well as Tsutomu must constantly find reasons to give to his friends for his untimely disappearances as well as adjust to being in a women's body when Birdy is in control.Read more ›
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My favorite anime in a long time.

Though it was overlooked by the North American anime fandom at large, Birdy The Mighty Decode was one of the all around best series of the last five years. Think of a high-minded crime drama set in a fantastically realized version of Tokyo spliced with elements of an intriguing space opera, and played out by a cast of sympathetic characters who could just as easily have stepped out of the pages of a Marvel comic or off of a city bus, and drawn in the most fluid and kinetic style you could imagine. I can't praise or recommend this series highly enough.

The animation is simply gorgeous, fluid, and has a wonderful pastel colour scheme. The characters are well rounded, and the world they live in is full of nuance. That's probably to best thing about this show, the fantastic world-building outside of the main plot.
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I thought the first season was alright. I liked the characters just wasn't into the story so much. More so because it didn't reveal too much about the main character. Then season 2 and BAM! They really turn up the heat. This one takes away all the goofiness and gets deadly serious. If you can't tell by Birdy's expression on the box cover you're in for some stuff with this one.

This season focuses more on Birdy and her past. It's amazing how they switched up the the story from season 1. which was so light hearted. I heard they don't plan to make a Season 3 I really hope that was a joke. This is def an anime I could watch for 100+ episodes. Way too good to be only 2 seasons!
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This is simply one of the best well rounded sci fi anime to come out in a long time; bar none. There is no need for a 3rd season if you watch carefully. This show is full of cinematic surprises and brilliant storytelling that gives the right amount of clues to involve the viewer. If anything, a 3rd season would be great to continue the adventures of the characters, but the way it leaves at the end of the 26th episode, if you thought it through and piece together the plentiful clues all laid out in 15-26, you will know why and you'll be more than satisfied with the story.
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7 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Paul Vincent on November 13, 2010
Format: DVD
Birdy the Mighty: Decode, season 2 is a truly great anime Sci-Fi series that excels in just about everything - plot, animation, audio, and action. Basically it's a series that would be the result of combining Men in Black, Wonder woman, and Blade Runner. You can find all kinds of information of what the series is about elsewhere, so this will be a review of the Funimation release, which is what it should be about. I received my copy in on Friday 11/12.

Watching Funimation's DVD set of season 2 was the second time through the season, and it still was as good as watching the first time through. Visually the DVD is mastered well with the video having good resolution, color, and motion handling. The audio is well done too, though only output in stereo with Japanese w/English subtitles. The only thing that has been mentioned on forums is the ending for each episode has had English credits imposed over the original video, with the video image resized like a picture in picture view, sitting over in the top left corner. Personally it's not a big deal to me, the episode closing/openings get in the way of going through a series - I almost always skip right to the episode beginning for anime series. I do like the second season opening very much; Content of the disc is just Birdy the Mighty Decode episodes on both discs with Funimation trailers in addition on the second disc. No clean OP/ED or other additional bonus items.

Overall, this is a solid release for visual and audio quality. My personal opinion is the English track takes away too much from the series, it just doesn't feel like you are watching the same show. Birdy the Mighty: Decode (both seasons) is one of my favorite anime series; you can really connect with what the characters are going through.
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