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Albert is a young man of privilege in Paris, but the trappings of his aristocratic birth leave him bored and unsatisfied. Seeking adventure, Albert’s restless spirit leads him to a festival on the moon – and to the Count of Monte Cristo.
An enigmatic man of charm and wealth, the Count of Monte Cristo’s charisma and sophistication captivate Albert. The fascinated youth invites the nobleman to mingle within the upper echelons of Parisian society, and the Count is soon courting the favor of France’s most powerful families. Little does Albert know, as his new friend walks the ornate halls of the highest class, the Count of Monte Cristo wants only to bring them crashing down through vengeance.
Stills from Gankutsuou: Count of Monte Cristo - The Complete Series (Click for larger image)
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Fascinating adaption of The Count of Monte Cristo set in the distant future. The art style takes a couple of episodes to get used to, but really fits the series well. Read morePublished 9 days ago by K. F.
When I first heard that Alexandre Dumas's classic novel "The Count of Monte Cristo" had been adapted into an anime, I'll admit that I was a bit skeptical as to its quality. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Johnathan Soares
There are plenty of reviews on the series itself, so I'm just reviewing the box set. This is one of, if not my favorite anime. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brittany Riedel
I dare say that is, hands down, the most creative, faithful and superior adaptation of any literary work on the medium we all know as anime. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Vespasiano
a hell of great style and art its not the best anime but mellow wizard of oz type stylePublished 3 months ago by Ernie Sanchez
a wonderful series, highly recommend it to people who dig this sort of textured animation !Published 6 months ago by Erin
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Nope, no differences. Funimation will repackage the set in two thin packs (each containing two discs) within a cool carboard slip case. Otherwise the Geneon (Gonzo) classic untouched.
Apr 28, 2009 by ONENEO | See all 3 posts
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