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On the run from an army that destroyed their kingdom, the twin heirs to the Parros throne must avoid a magical land filled with incredible dangers. They are surrounded on all sides-by warring armies, an apelike tribe of desert creatures called the Sem, and the ruthless Langon clan. Giant sandworms, glowing, malevolent creatures, and powerful wizards mastering in the dark arts threaten them at every turn. If they were alone, they would surely perish. But in a dark forest, they are discovered by a mysterious stranger, a powerful warrior wearing a cursed leopard mask he cannot remove. His name is Guin. He becomes their protector and companion, though he remembers nothing of his life before meeting these young runaways. Together, they begin a treacherous quest to find safety for the royal twins-and the answers to Guin's secret origins. Based on the bestselling novels, this magical, animated epic is now available in one complete, sweeping set!

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Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Blu-ray, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: Japanese
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: May 8, 2012
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0079K4YBK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,766 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I may perhaps recommend to anyone or a fan of medieval genre.
Ryan
Been looking for anything even close only to turn off netflix in frustration at there being nothing as yet I've found to be its equal - Especially in the music.
Bunnymonster
I am always striving to be a hero, leader, and source of strength for others.
Beezy

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Paul Mccoy on July 19, 2012
Format: DVD
This is one of the better anime series I have seen. I won't give away much of the story but I enjoyed watching this. It was tastefully done, viewable by a younger audience than many anime series and movies these days, yet intellectual enough for an adult viewer. There were character arcs that I would have like to have been resolved better at the end of the series, but this probably cannot be helped since this is an adaptation of the beginning of a large series of books. The way this series ends has closure but leaves room for more story to be told, and the books probably continue the story. I particularly wanted to know the mysterious origins of the character Guin, but this DVD set does not reveal this. I hope that one day they will continue this series so I can see what happens next, but since it has been a few years since this show has aired, that is not likely. Despite the loose ends left at the end, this series is worth watching and I highly recommend it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bunnymonster on September 15, 2012
Format: DVD
LOVED this series. -And in ENGLISH TOO@!!???!?!??
Normally I'm not so into the english-dubbed versions, but the acting was top notch and the story, -that I honestly happened to pick randomly for no reason, had me watching non-stop for three days. -Only to find out that there is No Season 2!!!
Waaaahh. Need Prozac now :(
SUCH a great and very intricate and incredibly well-woven story and very well done.. such a shame they didn't produce a second, and continuing seasons. -so if you're reading.... producer people,. Please get on it. You guys did an amazing job.
I will definitely be picking up the books, but the show is outstanding. -Also, Eureka 7 is another absolutely fantastic show -I watched that in Japanese. One of my all-time fav's. :) -anyhow, Guin Saga:
I'm still in shock at how much I enjoyed it. Now I miss it. -Been looking for anything even close only to turn off netflix in frustration at there being nothing as yet I've found to be its equal - Especially in the music. -Absolutely can not stand anything less than a great orchestral score to not jolt you out of the story by an annoyingly pathetic attempt at "Cool RnB" music that is utterly out of place in any epic saga and should have their music supervisor fired immediately when they suggest it. I'mean, Honestly,... the LAST thing you want to hear when you are knee and soul deep in a great story is something that sounds like it belongs on the Grand Theft Auto station suddenly pop up in the middle of an intense moment.
I digress....
Point is, if you have a heart and avoid las vegas as a general rule, you will love this show.
I hope one day there is more to come.
Until then, a second watch through is on the books and also getting the Actual books as well.
Enjoy.
Peace, Love and a giant, leopard warrior that can somehow pull off not being cheesy. Absolutely amazing.
Cheers!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By RavenRing on November 28, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
14 year old twins, Princess Rinda and Prince Remus, escape from their home city when it is attacked by the Mongaul, using a strange device hidden in the palace which transports them to the Forest of Rood. There they encounter a strange leopard-headed man named Guin. Guin saves them from Mongaul solders and then continues to travel with and protect them while he searches for his lost memories and the meaning of the only thing he does remember, the word "Aurra."

I enjoyed this series. I couldn't really care about any of the characters (the twins are especially annoying), but the world was fascinating and the mysteries many. It was interesting just to see where the characters ended up next. The politics were also fun. The plotting, the scheming, the deception!

Guin Saga is an epic fantasy story that spanned 130 light novels (short books, but it adds up). The series ran from 1979 to 2009, when the author died before finishing it. Needless to say, the anime doesn't have a complete ending. The immediate problem is solved, but you don't get to learn most of the secrets the series introduces you to (yup, no explanation about Guin).

Despite its flaws, Guin Saga is a pretty fun series and it worth watching if you enjoy fantasy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mitchell on September 16, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
its came in good condition with no problem it is an excellent anime and it was amazing to watch and see
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on May 21, 2013
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Hear me out! I, sir knight to declare war on land. Well, just kidding! Face it! Guin Saga novel-based TV anime is maybe the best from 2009 that draws you into the very, delightful medieval/fantasy epic you've never known. It all begin during the fall of Parros kingdom where the twin heirs (Rinda and Remus) escapes to Argos, but then accidently teleported to Roodwood where they're ambushed by a cluster of Mongaul soldiers before being saved by a strange leopard-headed warrior(Guin) who has no memory except for the word (Aurra) while confronting a world laden with intrigue, danger, and magic. From episodes 6 to 11, you'll see the tribes (Sem and Lagon). As for episodes 13 to 16, Guin and the two humans travel across the seas where they deal with a handful of pirates, and reached Argos in episode 19. Not only the show progresses through any episodes, but you'll also see the town of Crystal and the kindly and confidently white-skinned figure (Aldo Naris) who should've sensed that the two children are still alive anywhere. The war absolutely goes on until episode 25 when a strange blonde kid (Shito) lures the two people into a trap, but was then thrown off guard by Guin. The last episode is where Remus is crowned the king of Parros and Rinda has a vision about a future while Guin left on his own to find answers about his past while sparring with Istavan in the very end. I may perhaps recommend to anyone or a fan of medieval genre. You gotta give this a shot or forget it. For that of the TV anime product, the choice is yours.
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