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  • Actors: Josh Grelle, Jason Liebrecht, Christopher R. Sabat, Sonny Strait, Carrie Savage
  • Directors: Monica Rial
  • Format: Full Screen, Color, Box set, 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: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: May 25, 2010
  • Run Time: 290 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0038QIYV0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #268,787 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple: Season 2, Part 2" on IMDb

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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 May 29, 2010
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The basic information of the series is this The stories main character Kenichi Shirahama who after being bullied at school for sometime even from some of the students of the martial arts club he tried joining to defend himself finds a young well endowed female transfer student by the name of Miu Furinji being set upon by some of the bullies fears for her safety but feels he can't do anything about it, but as he finds out she herself is quite a skilled martial arts fighter after seeing her defeat the pack of bullies easily, after trailing her unknowingly to her dojo home he sees the martial arts masters she lives with and after a somewhat forced pushing from one of the masters becomes their student. But after a few fight wins he now finds himself being faced with new opponents who are looking to reach the top by knocking off the stronger fighters that Kenichi has unknowingly placed himself in.

The second season deals more with Kenichi having to face the Eight Heavy fist of the gang called Ragnarok in battles as they try in dissolve this problem to their group that Kenichi has caused with his heroics, and as with each of the Ragnarok fist he faces proves to be more powerful than the previous one forcing Kenichi to train harder in order to defeat the next challenger of Ragnarok. Also as he reaches the final fighters he'll meet a person in his past whose joined Ragnarok because of their past with Kenichi and who holds a deep grudge against Kenichi for their past together. The series gives a nice closing of the anime somewhat but also leaves it open as it still leaves some questions too so it looks like we may see another season of Kenichi which I do hope for.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Laughing Dragon on May 28, 2011
I've already written a near-glowing review for Kenichi Season One, and I'm writing one about the second season because it contains a gem of an episode that truly crystallizes what is so appealing about this series and the Kenichi character himself: he's a put-upon loser AND a put-upon winner. No matter how much he progresses, he never really changes; he's basically a mouse who (very occasionally) roars. In the second series' fifth episode, Kenichi is taken to a mountain valley by a martial artist called The Elder, who is a cross between Gandalf and God. There he is put through the wringer - he is forced to find his own food, he is left to fend for himself against wild animals, and he is soon abandoned by his master. When a hermit finds him collapsed on the ground, he is taken in, fed and comforted. But the hermit is a martial artist as well, one who uses the art as a blood sport, and Kenichi must make a choice between following his original master (whom he's none too pleased with at the moment) and following the darker path of this new, seemingly-much-kinder master.

Kenichi's reactions and expressions during his ordeal are classic.Whether he's running from a bear or throwing a tantrum at his master, his whines and protests are hilarious and touching. He is one of the most lovable and human of all anime heroes, and it is those qualities that really makes this series stand out. You really wind up caring about the little schmuck despite of (or maybe because of) his flaws. When the chips are down and the cause is just, the lion lurking in Kenichi's soul rouses and he can be a real badass in a fight. But it is his other side, the timid and flawed human side, that really makes Kenichi a winner. Don't miss this anime - ESPECIALLY don't miss season 2!
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Great disc the makes up for how slow paced season two part 1 went but it felt at times this disc was a lil too fast paced esp. on how some of the fist were getting beat up but still very entertaining wanted to see a lil more form to the fighters kind of how season one wanted to portray the martial arts mostly all out brawler at times not bad i guess still very entertaining worth 30 dollars yea probably you kinda get ur money's worth in entertainment i guess it to manga reading if you wanna get deeper into the story would've prob gave the masters a lil more background story but the 50 episodes what can you do :) :)
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By Khomatos on August 9, 2010
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I really enjoyed this series. The fan service coupled with the comedy throughout made for a great anime. However, I was really disappointed with the way the series ended. It sort of fizzled out at the end, and did not come to a satisfactory conclusion. I have since learned that the manga version continues past where the anime ended, but there do not seem to be any plans in the works to do a 3rd season of the anime.
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This series is Phenomenal, as a Martial artist I love the message it carries..How Kenichi embodies the spirt of a Martial artist.... This series is great for any one who is training in Martial arts or for anyone looking for some quality action with an hilarious base...This is definitely at the top of the list of its category Both seasons are awesome!
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I wouldn't normally be saying that about a fighting anime. Usually the story and characters of that genre just don't appeal to me. That couldn't be further from the truth in this case. This show is so well done I just couldn't help but to fall for it. In fact every now and then I invite my anime loving friends over and we marathon the series from beginning to end over a few days. It just never get's old.

Kenichi The Mightiest Disciple is about a boy known by many as "Weak Knee's Kenichi" Who has spent most of his life being pushed around. What others didn't notice about him was while he was taking those beatings he never gave in. What he lacked wasn't heart, it was strength, endurance, and most of all training. From the beginning his masters explained to him in no uncertain terms he has absolutely no natural talent, mental or physical. He would have to struggle against nature itself to be remade. That in a nutshell is what this show is all about. Be warned the show is extremely silly at times but that's the world of Kenichi. I recommend this anime to anyone who likes fighting anime's but also to those who (like me) are kind of turned off by them. This show is different enough from your standard beat'em up that its worth a look. I think you'll be glad you did. I can tell you without one bit of buyers remorse that I own the whole series.
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Is this the last volume?
It should be. Season One Volumes 1 & 2 both contain 13 episodes each.
Season 2 Volume 1 contains 11 episodes.
Since there are only 50 episodes total, and only 12 not in volumes yet. I can only assume that this will be the last volume.
Personally I'm just going to wait till the series box set... Read More
Mar 19, 2010 by Derek Bown |  See all 4 posts
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