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  • Actors: Jun Fukuyama, Maaya Uchida
  • Directors: Tatsuya Ishihara
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Section23 Films
  • DVD Release Date: May 27, 2014
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00I462XTS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,513 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Yuta Togashi has a problem. He used to be a "chunibyo", one of the thousands of Japanese students so desperate to stand out that they've literally convinced themselves that they have secret knowledge and hidden powers. But now that he's starting high school, he's determined to put aside his delusions and face life head on. The trouble is Rikka Takanashi, his upstairs neighbor, is JUST a little bit delusional herself. And she knows all about his past indiscretions. Yuta thought his delusions were all behind him. Now he's not so sure. "Crazy in love" gets a whole new meaning as fantasy worlds collide in LOVE, CHUNIBYO & OTHER DELUSIONS!

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By NC on February 11, 2014
Format: DVD
At a glance this series seems a tad silly. It even makes a little fun of itself when it flashes between delusions and reality showing girls arms flailing in comical manners. But coming to the end of the series, it just hits home really well.

The story revolves around a former 8th grade syndrome sufferer named Yuuta. Basically means in middle school he had a very active imagination and dreamed he was this fantastical character. He has since grown up more and realizes how embarrassing his behavior was so hes trying to change.

Of course, in enters Takanashi Rikka who has not come to that stage yet. She is completely wrapped up in her fantastic world and many episodes you get to see her and others battling it out. Episodes go frequently off the wall to down to earth as you watch Yuuta struggling to deal with Rikka and struggling to hide his own past which is similar to her's.

But here is when the kicker comes. The whole series, doesn't just make these delusions reality and give you great comedy moments. It delves deep into the nature of the syndrome and why these kids choose to escape into imagination. As you watch, you don't expect it to go to some really serious places but then it does and it just leaves you applauding. The blend of seriousness with comedy makes this series and it's characters very endearing.

Really, anime fans owe it to themselves to at least rent or view season one online. It will surprise you by the end and gives a wonderful well crafted story.

The only fault here is the fact that the US publisher is currently lying by calling it the "Complete Collection." As of this moment, season two is currently airing in Japan. When you buy this, you are only getting season one.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Anime Fanatic on April 27, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
I liked this series a lot in streaming and was quick to pre-order it (from another site) when this release was announced. However, since then Sentai has cancelled this release in favor of a limited edition release (a first for them) that will have both Blu-ray and DVD and will also have an English dub. The date of this new release is not known yet.

So good news, upgraded quality of release with an English dub and bad news is we'll have to wait.

At this time they are still planning to release the DVD sub-only release as scheduled in May if Blu-ray and a dub don't interest you.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By KurumuMizore on July 28, 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
First up-the stats:

This "Complete Collection" has only the first 12 ep season, the Christmas OVA, and the first set of 6 ONAs that came out at the tail end of 2012. Plus previews, promos and textless opening/closing songs. Earlier reviews claim no OVA or ONAs, both are on the third disc--the OVA can be found on the main menu, ONAs are in the Special Features under "Chuni-shorts".

Regardless of what Amazon has stated, this is sub ONLY, no dub available. Don't order this then one star your review because you didn't double-czech and roll over the image of the back of the DVD case.

AND, it should be noted, there is zero ecchi--no oppai, no pantsu, no jiggle, not even any double entendre. Beyond playful/gentle slapstick and some adult themes, this is a very clean show. If you're looking for any of this, then move along, nothing to see here.

Previous reviews pretty much nail the gist of this first season, so I won't bore you by reiterating the already stated. For this viewer, I really liked it for the look of the characters and the animation (very sharp colors, amazing eyes) the VA is superb; you might need a trigger finger on the pause function of your viewing device because the subtitles zip through quickly at times, and on occasion trivia notes also appear on screen to clarify a phrase or action. Personally I can relate to Rikka's and Yuta's characters for I too was alone my first year of JH and needed someone to hide behind...not nearly as extreme as their cases, of course.

I watched the first four eps on Animefave after reading a review in OtakuUSA magazine, fell very much in like with this show, saved my pennies and not disappointed that I bought it. Crap review I know...but what I wanted to get across is in the first few opening lines. Arigatou gozaimasu !
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Max Whitaker on March 1, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
There was already a very good review so I will keep mine brief. I love this series and the main characters! It's a very engaging show and I currently watching season two on Crunchyroll. Unfortunately it does not include the OVA X-mas episode, nor the movie which tells the plot of season 1 from Rikka's perspective. There are also minisodes which may be included with this set, but it is also missing the OVA/movie mentioned above.
Overall a very sweet and sentimental show that reminds me of Welcome to NHK and My Pet Monster. The love plot is subtle but well paced, and the supporting cast is funny (if not a bit annoying sometimes). Like the other review says, I would wait for a real boxset of this with both seasons and all supplemental materials. Who knows? if we're lucky it will get a third season.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Usagi-kun on June 27, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
I am an anime-kind-of-girl. I've been watching these odd cartoons from Japan since my age was in the single digits, (not a boast, just a fact) and while I am not tired and cynical, or still sweet on days of yonder, I have watched enough to see priorities, fads, and prevalent content shift across a broad spectrum. More often lately, I wish I had the teeth and claws to clutch tightly on the more memorable series I have enjoyed. So much can be said about older anime series and genres compared to newer shows, but really I am simply searching for something new to feed the flames of my fandom. I enjoyed this show very much, actually. Enough to buy it, and with enough left over energy, I am motivated to tell others about it and my experience. What Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions does well in character development dramatically overshadows its shortcomings lack of plot and the prerequisites of its tired genre. Concluding this introduction into my hindsight, the meat of this show brings about a sense of enthusiasm and justification for adding it to my, and perhaps your collection.

I first discovered LCD (ha) in early 2014 when I discovered it on what continues to surprise me as a thermally expanding programing block of Hulu Plus. I'll freely admit that it had been as show I originally avoided during its simulcast, but given one lazy afternoon alone in my apartment, and despite being a little overwhelmed with so much content to choose from, I decided to give it a shot. Two days later, I was still glued to the television. I still found it funny, engaging, and heartfelt down to the 12th episode of its first season. Not a perfect show, but sweetly sincere in its attempt to offer up something very different on an emotional level. Its subject of study is initially unclear.
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