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Misaki Chronicles: Complete Collection

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(May 29, 2007)
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When a bevy of beauties is forced to put their lives on the line to answer the call of duty, they end up on a journey to the hear of evil. A dark tale enlivended by a shocking mystery that will have you guessing until the final fade out.

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Product Details

  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: May 29, 2007
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #149,471 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A. Lillvis on July 9, 2007
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I first got exposed to Divergence Eve/Misaki Chronicles through a friend who recommended it. After doing some research, it looked like nothing more than an anime that was full with well-endowed women. I bit the bullet and purchased both the first and second seasons, and I must say it's a fantastic show.

Divergence Eve is a great kickoff point to the series, although the first few episodes are a little heavy on the fanservice(boobs). Give it a bit though, and this season really turns around and by the end it leads perfectly into the sequel, Misaki Chronicles.

The sequel is fairly confusing at first, but if you enjoy the theory of time travel and parallel universes than you will love this. If not, you should still be able to follow what's going on, they explain it pretty clearly in my opinion.
Misaki Chronicles starts off very differently then DE, instead of the fanservice it gets right to the meat of the story and wastes no time. The plot is what really surprised me about this anime, and what compelled me to write a review about it. The character development is very well done, especially in the latter half of the 2nd season. In all I'd summarize this show as being a very heartwarming one, the conclusion of the story is very nicely done and ties up all the loose ends.

If you can look past the large breasted women, you're in for a wild ride. This is a very solid anime and one that I recommend to anyone who doesn't mind seeing a heartwarming story.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ramsey G. Lundock on September 20, 2009
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First I need to tell you this is not a stand alone series. You need to watch Divergence Eve Divergence Eve: Complete Collection first or the Misaki Chronicles will make absolutely no sense.

Even taken in context, it is hard to believe a series can be this disjointed, incomprehensible, full of plot holes and thematically self-contradictory at the same time. Any individual episode can be fun in and of itself, but trying to make sense of the over-arching plot is enough to give you a headache. The final nail in the coffin is: The closest thing this series has to a comprehensive plot is Lyar's frequent oaths that she won't die before her omiai (a Japanese arranged wedding). But at the end of the series, the writers somehow forget about this pledge.

There are only two reasons to watch this series: computer graphics and giant breasts. The computer graphics are no longer cutting edge and the football sized (and shaped) breasts adorning the women are more comical than sexy.

Why still give it three stars if I don't have anything good to say about it? Because there is anime much worse than this out there.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ray Bradley on January 21, 2008
I'm sorry for rating this so low, but I'm writing the review to throw caution to the anime fan that has never seen this series. I have to mention that I love all kinds of animes and in my opinion I wouldn't recommend any anime that you couldn't watch for a second time, or even again and again. I do understand that people like this series, which are the fans who rated this so highly, and I respect that (which is good for them, and money well spent for them)... but unfortunately, I bought this before even watching one or more episodes. I bought both seasons, and feel duped. I thought it would have more of a storyline, more of all that creativity of which anime is. Not a bad anime, but not great neither (IMO). AND in my opinion they could have made two movies instead of two seasons.


Season 1 "Divergence Eve: Complete Collection"
Season 2 "Misaki Chronicles: Complete Collection"

(If they were actual seasons IDK and really IDC).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By KevinB on November 25, 2012
The crew of the residential wing find themselves back at Earth, but are separated from it by a temporal barrier. When the pilots cross this barrier, the realize that Earth is actually in a different time continuum. The crew of the Watcher's Nest must collapse this barrier to stop the invasion, even if it costs them their ticket home, and their relationship with Misaki.

This DVD is the 2nd season of Divergence Eve. It is better than the 1st season, but still a little better than average. I like the way season 2 starts off. We get a better understanding of Misaki's feelings and we see some flashbacks about her past. This series has good animation, and a pretty well thought out plot. The CG animation for the battle scenes is not bad. I do think that the GHOULS and the thing that Misaki turns into are kinda dumb looking. Their battles are very slow moving and odd looking. The soundtrack is very unique and not bad. There is also a lot of fan service and some nudity. The downfalls of this series are the relatively uninteresting characters, and the failure to background them. The characters have potential, but we never really get to know them, not even our heroine, Misaki. It was hard to get attached to them b/c you never get know anything about who they are as people. There were some moments that were supposed to be dramatic, but they never capitalized., especially in season 1. It didn't ever develop into anything memorable. I think this series was mediocre in every aspect. It's not bad, but you're probably not going to tell your friends about it, or invite them over to watch it with you. If you can rent it before buying it, I recommend doing that before you buy it.
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