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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Widescreen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • 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: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: September 22, 2009
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002FOQXVE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #255,866 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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In the shadows of this modern world, ninjas fight for control of an ancient technique which holds untold strength. This coveted power dwells within apathetic Miharu, a fact the guy really couldn’t care less about – until the clashing rival clans bring their battle to him.

Now Miharu struggles to understand the mystery buried in his soul, and must choose a side if he hopes to survive. But when conflict is waged in secret, and lethal ninjas hide in plain sight, friend and foe prove difficult to tell apart.

Customer Reviews

I won't tell you what happens at the end,because it would spoil to much.
Fairy
The players from the other clans also fare more interesting, but don't really stand out from what we've seem before in other anime.
The Pes
There is just enough action and an unbelievable amount of likeable characters.
dob

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By ONENEO VINE VOICE on September 20, 2009
Format: DVD
Nabari is an anime that is coming to the shores of North America for the first time ever thanks to Funimation. Based on a manga written and illustrated by Yuhki Kamatani, it was released in Japan by Square Enix back in 2004. The anime adaptation, which is being reviewed here, was directed by Kunihisa Sugishima, and animated by JC Staff then hit Japanese airwaves in April of 2008. Funimation has been working to get the series here for American viewing pleasure since the summer of 2008 and now it looks like all of the legal mumbo jumbo involved to do so is behind them as indicated by the fact that this, The Complete Series Part One is set for a September 22 stateside release. But before I get ahead of myself, let's take a look at the cold hard facts, shall we?

Nabari The Complete Series Part One comes in at a runtime of 325 minutes and contains 13 episodes spanning two discs. The discs come packaged in a pair of thin packs within a cardboard outer slipcase.

The show wears an appropriate TV 14 rating due to some slightly adult slanted themes of violence, war, and conflict. There is no nudity, swearing, or gore to report.

Language options are typical sub and dub, which means the viewer has the choice of running either the original Japanese dialog track (stereo) or an English dub (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround) and the option of displaying English subtitles beneath either dialog choice.

Extras include textless songs, a commentary track from some of the English voice talent over Episode 2, and a host of upcoming Funimation anime previews.

The story, which is surprisingly complex, goes like this: The ho hum teen Miharu Rokujou wanted little more than to live a normal life in the hopes of one day inheriting an Okonomiyaki restaurant.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tokyo Rocket on October 28, 2009
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I have never been a huge fan of ninja stories. For instance, Naruto (in my opinion) is the worst story I've ever heard of in the world of anime/manga.
However, when Nabari No Ou captured my attention, I was immediately drawn in for keeps.
The story follows junior high studedn, Miharu Rokujou, and friends as he learns that he is destined to become King of Nabari - the ninja world. However, he is led by his indifference - caused by fear - to want nothing to do with the ninja world. However, upon coming into contact with the Kira user known as Yoite, Miharu begins to make a slow turn around, displaying deep emotions for his new found friend.
This is an amazing story which covers an amazing range of emotions, not to mention, the artwork is beautiful and the action is very well animated.
I would suggest Nabari No Ou to anybody any time.
If you're looking for a story full of action, comedy, emotion, and a great storyline, this anime is for you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DES on December 28, 2009
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This series hooked me from the first glimpse of the gorgeous drawings in the trailers. A very moving and intellectual series that makes you think and care and feel about all the characters involved.

The introduction seems so "typical" (accept for the highly original artwork) that at first you expect the "typical" shonen series;(where the lackluster protagonist fights the bad guys with his band of merry 14 year olds), but instead it turns into a thoughtful and involving tale of friendship, convictions and revelations; each built up with slickly choreographed fight scenes that often convey double meanings. For example; when Raime fights her brother under the bamboo trees she also conducts and internal battle against her own stubborness.

To tell you more of why I liked this series would give to much away, but it is rare for me to find a shonen series so thoughfully and beautifully constructed that it touches my heart and stimulates my imagination. Kudos to Kamantani and JC Staff for a job well done. :)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dob on December 28, 2009
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Nabari no Ou is a real one of a kind series. I used to have an obsession with Naruto, but it faded so often, I needed to find another ninja/action series with interesting characters. I stumbled across this and it took maybe 4 episodes(A LOT less than Naruto did) to glue me to it. There is just enough action and an unbelievable amount of likeable characters. Also, I usually don't find the humor in most anime/manga very humurous, but the author of this story has a great sense of humor! The twist it takes at one point on focusing on the "good" guys and "bad" guys and their development is another aspect that makes it different(and better) than many other typical action series.

It is a must to read the ongoing manga alongside watching this. As many anime adaptions can do, there includes filler that takes up nearly half the series, leaving out characters and plot points. I still give it 5 stars because it is a deserving series.
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The series seems to be a nice mix of Naruto, Basilisk, and X/1999 put together and all in all the story for the series leaves you watching up to the end. The basic storyline is that today there are still ninja that exist in what they call the hidden world Nabari where Ninja still use their skills and abilities as they did in years gone by from espionage to assassinations, the ninja clans today exist in five groups each with their own unique skills and abilities but now some of these clans wish to retrieve a powerful ninja technique that if able to be controlled will allow the possessor to have the powers of a god. This technique and knowledge unfortunately is sealed inside the body of a young boy who has no idea what's inside of him or the vast power he holds and thus starts the series as various factions in the ninja world seek either to harness and control this power or seal it away forever. The characters are all entertaining and fun to see each with their own reasons or ideals of why their in this war and what they hope for after this battle is over. The animation and soundtrack for the series are very good and fit the series perfectly and the voice cast for the characters for both the Japanese and English cast did a great job in their roles. Sadly the extras aren't really that great though just the usual trailer and textless intro/ending songs with one or two commentaries but that's about it. The price is a little expensive for this set and I was able to get it at a better price but still at the end stil a entertaining series regardless....
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