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Lucky Star, Vol. 2


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  • Actors: Aya Hirano, Wendee Lee
  • Format: Animated, Widescreen, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Bandai Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 1, 2008
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0019H6ITK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,184 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Lucky Star, Vol. 2" on IMDb

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Minoru Shiraishi here! The season of summer starts for the girls of Lucky Star and with it comes those staple images of vacation like gold fish scooping at outdoor festivals while wearing a yukata, Smashing watermelons on the beach in swim suits, and that homework due when vacation is over that I completely forgot about! Ms. Kuroi s going to kill me if I don t get that done! Knowing Konata shes probably spent the whole vacation playing online games and wont get her work done till she s copied it from Kagami. I wonder if she would let me copy too, probably not since I dont know her that well. I really need to make some smarter friends... What? I m getting off track? Sorry. Please watch us!

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It features five tracks.
Paul Tolin
I don’t know why everyone is haten the shirts, I think there awesome, there so warm and big so I wear them as PJ.
PeaceTree
The series just keeps you laughing, Very funny !
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tolin on July 4, 2008
Format: DVD
This is my first review in Amazon, so I'm going to try to be as thorough and clear as possible. Instead of reviewing the show, I'm going to review the package, because let's face it, if you're thinking about buying this, you've already made your mind up about the show, and are just thinking if it's worth it to buy the Limited Edition.

Well, that's what I'm here for. I pre-ordered this item and I received it on July 1.

This, like the other collaborative releases by Bandai Entertainment and Kadokawa Pictures USA, is a superb package. These people really know their fan-base; what they desire. The set comes in a cardboard box, that temporarily holds the DVDs (and bonus items) for easy shipping. I use the term "temporarily" very loosely. Very likely, you won't get rid of that box, because of the art that adorns it.

The DVD case itself, like the Vol. 1 case, comes in a basic white color, made to look like notebook paper. This time with a very basic drawing of Tsukasa in a Shrine Maid outfit. This, like the volume before and the volumes to follow, is Konata's drawing, and it suits the case wonderfully. The contents of the DVD is the basic fare: Dolby Digital Audio in both Japanese and English; full subtitles and/or sign subtitles. The extras are a bit weak, however, with only the Key Scenes gallery, and a couple (I think three) episodes of "The Adventures of Minoru Shiraishi" (of which, by the way, I've never seen a single episode).

Of course, the above (except for the "temporary box") is included in the standard edition, so it's time to get into the bonus items not included anywhere else.

Sadly, there's one less extra here than in the Vol. 1 LE. If you remember, Vol. 1 had the Chocolate Coronet monitor wipe.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. A. Skowron on July 1, 2008
Format: DVD
If I was going to describe Lucky Star in one sentence to someone with no previous knowledge of anime, I'd say it's as if the shows Seinfeld and Best Week Ever had a love child, and in there shame sent it off to Japan to be raised by the maker of Azumanga Daioh. Thankfully, I can make use of more than a single sentence.

Lucky Star follows the lives of four teenage girls with various personalities as they go through there daily lives as japanese high school students. Coming from traditional four panel comic strips (yonkoma) like the above mentioned Azumanga, there's no real continuous plot. However, the main draw of the series is the focus on the lead heroine Konata Izumi, who in japanese would be considered an otaku, while in ye olde english she can simply be called an anime nerd. Through Miss Konata we are given a series of anime inside jokes and japanese pop culture reference. And that's basically it, the whole series.

Though the above statement might seem as if I'm being hatefully critical, in actuality it's the complete opposite. I love everything about this series. True it isn't very complex, but that's what makes it so enjoyable. The characters are very simple, but have just enough depth so that they're all so lovable. The animation isn't ground breaking, but it's bright, colorful, and portrays the cute fun the writers were aiming for. And the music also conveys adorableness with everything from the main title song, to little background diddies enjoyably getting stuck in your head. While it's nice to have epic stories, major plot twists, and emotional characters, Lucky Star is a pleasant departure into simple animated fun.

However, Lucky Star is not without it's faults.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Hideki Saito on August 8, 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Lucky Star is an excellent show. Illustrating the life of Konata, and her friends. Mainly because original manga was 4 panels kind, it still makes sense even if you don't watch the whole thing in one sitting. Story other than main theme and scenes do not rely much on other part, making it relatively light one to watch. Characters are varied enough more likely you will find at least one character you'll like in the show.

Comes with quite a bit of bonus, which I think is on per with its price tag. If you just want DVD, you can get that way too. (CDs are nice, but I have hard time imagining myself wearing the T-shirt...)

Overall quality of dub is decent, but it is not certainly best one in my opinion. It is somewhat unfortunate as dubs for some characters are perfect. I'm not evaluating subtitles, as I watch Japanese track without one.

You might not get the full idea of humors in the show, if you don't know the original of those came from. Luckly, DVD insert includes information about background information about jokes and humors in the show.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott Martin Gavin on September 26, 2008
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The second volume fulfills the potential of the series, unlike the first four episodes. We get more than just talking heads in this volume, the girls get out and around and we meet their families and friends. This is a fun series with superior animation and voice acting. Each of the characters portrays a stereotypical Japanese school-girl role, but Konata seems aware of the stereotypes, and is constantly commenting on how often Miyuki lives up to her "Moe" sterotypical role. She seems unaware, however, of the sideways looks her own relationship with her single father garners from her friends, who are concerned that Konata and her father are a little "too close". When they wear kimonos to a Shrine festival, the girls notice Konata wears a real tied obi sash, and not a fake "pre-tied" obi. Konata innocently comments that her father tied the obi for her, and the girls all have an "ick" moment where they wonder what sort of man knows how to tie a girl's obi. It's all played for laughs, however, nothing inappropriate is shown or mentioned. The first volume nearly had me clicking on the merchandise return link. This second volume redeemed the series for me.
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