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  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese (Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Viz Media
  • DVD Release Date: November 3, 2009
  • Run Time: 425 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002FG9N64
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,320 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Bleach Uncut: Box Set 4 Part 1


The fourth season of the hit fantasy-adventure Bleach begins the first story arc not based on Tite Kubo's original manga. After returning home from their battles in the Seireitei, Ichigo and his friends Chad, Orihime, and Ishida find themselves tormented by Lirin, Kurodo, and Nova, three nasty, game-playing spirits. As the plot begins to thicken, Urahara tells Ichigo he must grow stronger to face the challenges that await him. Ichigo and the gang, plus Rukia, Renji, Kon, and the three new spirits (now housed in stuffed animals), face off against the Bounts, deathless vampirelike creatures who feed off human souls. Kyoraku, their staggeringly powerful leader, plans to use Ishida's Quincy powers to reach the Hueco Mundo, the realm of the Hollows, for some nefarious purpose. Ichigo charges in to aid Ishida, who lost his magical abilities during the conflicts in the Soul Society, and the usual swordplay and slapstick ensue. Ichigo and his friends remain as entertaining as ever and Noriyuki Abe directs with his customary panache, but season 4 of Bleach lacks much of the excitement and humor of the previous adventures. The first story lines pitted an increasingly formidable Ichigo against monstrous Hollows and the flamboyant captains and lieutenants of the Soul Society. The new continuity spends too much time on the less-interesting Ishida, the effortfully comic Kon, and the rather obnoxious new characters. Bleach fans will want to add this set to their collections, but even hard-core otaku will notice the drop in quality. (Rated "Teen," suitable for ages 13 and older: violence, violence against women, grotesque imagery, alcohol and tobacco use, risqué humor) --Charles Solomon

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I ordered both parts, 1 & 2.
I've heard it said that the episodes in this box set are "filler" episodes and aren't part of the main storyline arc from the manga.
Lesley Aeschliman
I was pleased with the service that I received.
Harold Johnson

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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 31, 2009
Format: DVD
According to Merriam-Webster, filler is "a substance added to a product (as to increase bulk, weight, viscosity, opacity, or strength)."

Well, it's not a precise description, but it does explain the function of anime filler: episodes not based on the manga it springs from. And "Bleach Uncut Box Set: Season 4, Part 1 - The Bount" anime begins an entire arc not based on Tite Kubo's manga, although it still manages to be pretty suspenseful, funny and action-packed.

The day after the gang's return to the living world, Orihime is suddenly sucked into a vast replica of the Hell Gate, by a doppelganger of her brother. Her kidnappers are the mysterious Ririn, Kuroudo and Noba -- and they quickly lure Ichigo, Uryu, Chad and Renji on a series of bizarre games. First it's a chase around town, then a surreal maze in the local museum. Finally, they're brought back to school, where they must uncover who the imposter among them is... or everyone will vanish.

It turns out that these three weirdos are all working for an old friend, to prepare Ichigo and Co. (plus Rukia and Renji) for a massive fight against the immortal soul-sucking Bounts. The Bounts have recently started consuming living human souls, and for some reason they are also allied with a rogue Soul Reaper named Maki Ichinose. What's more, their cruel leader Jin Kariya wants to get his hands on Uryu, for a secret plan to do... something.

Filler episodes in anime are usually pretty bad -- at the very least, they bend the characters into doing and saying odd things.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Tristan A. Hayes VINE VOICE on November 16, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Bleach Uncut Box Set: Season 4, Part 1-The Bount features episodes starting from the end of the Season 3 of Bleach (The Rescue) which does not continue with the plotline set up at the end of that set. That is too say that people who have followed the manga, have actually passed over these made for tv episodes, and already start off with the plotline of Aizen and such events. Needless to say, depending on how you feel about Bleach and the plot, then this boxset could be a make or break deal. If you have been following the sets then you are probably committed to getting them all over the course of the next few years (episode 79, the final episode on disc, is nearly 150+ episodes behind where the series is at now in Japan). But basically if you like the anime then you probably may want to get this set as it is more episodes to the show. If you like the manga then you will probably only watch this once to see what happens, but in the back of your head crave to see the events with Aizen (which unfortunately wont happen until they finally reach Bleach Season 5 on the DVD, in the Spring).

For the DVD offering it features, the usual that the discs include in terms of extras. English and Japanese Audio, English subtitles, Production Art, Shonen Jump manga preview, sneak peek (updated now to include preview of VIZ Media's release of Naruto Shippuden, Bleach Movie 1 trailer, and Bleach Dark Souls trailer)), Clean Ending (no credits on the screen), and Behind the Scenes featuring more minor characters (well major characters in this season of Bleach, and we get to see the director again (Wendee!) We should commend them on their great job of this behind the scenes feature).

In terms of the music, this set features two openings.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kivanc Muslu on September 17, 2010
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This is one of the side stories (filler) of the anime series Bleach. Though it is not in the main story, it is one of the best side stories in the series (I prefer the Zanpakutou Tales best). The bounts don't appear at the beginning: there is a part where Kisuke tests the individual powers of main characters (since they lost some of their powers when returning from Soul Society). However, that part is also funny and introduces the mod souls (which will have a lot of effect on the fight with the bounts).

Here are the episodes included with this set:
Disc 1: Episodes 64-67
Disc 2: Episodes 88-71
Disc 3: Episodes 72-75
Disc 4: Episodes 76-79

All of the disc also include the production art (which seems nice) and the last disc also includes a 'behind of scenes' which is basically an interview with the voice actors (for dubbing in English). Highly recommended for the people who love anime or the Bleach series. In addition, I don't think you can beat the price Amazon.com offers, so better buy it here!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By KevinB on October 29, 2012
Format: DVD
Season 4 of Bleach contains a story arc featuring a new group of enemies called Bounts. They are something akin to vampires. This season offers a few episodes to conclude the previous story, but the rest is unrelated. The Bounts are not very cool. Most of them have really stupid powers, and aren't interesting characters. I had this part when it came out. I later decided to get rid of it to free up movie space on my ever shrinking wall. If you must have all of Bleach to be able to sleep at night go ahead and get it. IF you don't want to be bored and get discouraged with this series, then skip this season. When they were releasing Bleach on DVD I bought each individual release. It was really annoying. This boring story arc took nearly 2 years to release. Many people were turned off of this amazing series just b/c season 4 was so bad. If you want to see quality Bleach do not watch season 4. You can pick right up at the season 6 and not feel like you missed anything.
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Why Part 1?
I enjoyed the Bount arc, it's cheesy at times but the characters are well developed and it's a pretty decent story considering it's basically filler. I'm also a fan of Ishida Uryu, so I appreciate his importance in this arc and it gives a depth to his character that the original story does not.... Read More
Oct 17, 2009 by kepi |  See all 13 posts
When is the English version coming?
those 2 are in english, amazon isnt doing the greatest with product info.
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