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Princess Resurrection Complete Collection


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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: January 17, 2012
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005XB8SBE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,860 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

She's a hot Goth vixen with a love-jones for swords, chainsaws and mace balls. And it's a good thing she's handy at using them all because every zombie, vampire, mummy and demon spawn is gunning for her. But weapons aren't the only thing Princess Resurrection has going for her. She's got a team of ass-kicking darksiders right beside her-a pint-sized android maid, a half-werewolf hottie, a sexy high school vampire, a wicked-cute little sister and a young boy she brought back from the dead. Fighting evil was never this sexy. Or this much fun! All new dub featuring the voices of Shelley Calene-Black and Blake Shepard.

Customer Reviews

This is a good anime for laughs.
Jonathan W. Lafleur
The packaging is terrible, as the dvds are stacked on a single spindle, but there are providers that take care of that with multidisc dvd cases.
seshomarou
Just enough to explain why they are there, pretty much.
Scoots McBoots

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By DvtDude on January 19, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I actually wrote a review for the Japanese version of this as well, so I am simply posting it on the DUB version as well.

First off let me start this off by saying I have not read any of the manga for this series so I can't compare the two at all. All i can tell you is about the anime itself.

Well without any serious spoilers, (everything I am about to say happens in episode one.) We meet a boy named Hiro who seems like you're every day guy until he suddenly dies from being impaled by a steel beam. Oh did I mention he pushed the princess of the series out of the way, yeah that's important. Anyway Hiro saves her life by pushing her out of the way and he dies. The Princess (Hime) Brings him back to life as her royal servant with an ability known as the flame of life. This grants Hiro immortality as long as Hime is around, which binds the two together, master and servant.

From there each episode is more or less a stand alone, some sort of creature or monster is after Hime for the power she has and through all this we have to see Hiro and his friends do the best job they can to protect her. There is a major plot spread out throughout the series but it doesn't really go into major detail in it until the last few episodes which I found a little disappointing.

Throughout the story you're going to meet a cast of wonderful characters each with their own unique personality. All the way from a werewolf to a vampire it's very fun and entertaining to watch these characters interact with each other, the dialogue is fantastic and so is the development of the characters. In many of the shows I watch I don't really care what always happens to the characters, I am more along for the plot, but in this series I truly found myself caring what happened to them.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By trashcanman VINE VOICE on January 17, 2012
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"Princess Resurrection" is an anime that I found surprisingly engrossing considering it has been completely unheralded. I ran into it by coincidence while searching for obscure vampire titles and it was just about love at first sight. For a show that seems to utilize nearly every anime convention imaginable, this one still manages to feel fresh by combining elements from all sorts of genres within the genre. The primary setting for the show is classic horror with broad swaths of comedy and it reminds me a lot of Buffy The Vampire Slayer in it's approach. It's got the "monster of the week", a metric ton of homages for classic horror/sci-fi fans (including, of course, the Lovecraft incantation I used for the title of this review), recognizable archetypes that are allowed to revel in their roles to the point of parody, and a pretty bizarre sense of humor to tie it all together. This may not have gone over big with the masses, but it feels like it was made with me in mind.

Every good anime (or any work of fiction, really) thrives one one thing above all else: characters. "Princess Resurrection" is a show that is acutely aware of this fact. While the limited cast of the first few episodes leads to a slow start, Princess Hime of the Monster Kingdom soon begins building her femme fatale dream team of supernatural servants and allies and ends up with the usual ragtag group of lovably caustic personalities interacting with each other. Hime herself is a mythological creature, but revealing which one is a spoiler although you will likely smack yourself in the head for not realizing it sooner once it's revealed. She has the ability to resurrect the dead to be her faithful servants using her Flame of Life.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Graves VINE VOICE on March 20, 2012
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Resurrection Princess starts off with Hiro, an orphaned Junior high student who is going to live with his sister who has just gotten a job as the cook in a mansion owned by the mysterious Hime. Hiro saves Hime from a fatal street accident but is himself killed, and learns that she has the ability to bring him back to life, making him immortal so long as he serves her and she occasionally rejuvenates the flame of life within him.

Hime is a daughter of the king of the occult monsters, and currently on the losing end of a dynastic struggle and trying to rebuild her power base by hiding among humans. As such she is the subject of attack by various types of monsters who want to either control her or gain favor with one of her siblings by finally removing her from the game.

As the series evolves others are added to the household, Lisa Wildman, a quick tempered half werewolf and Reirei, a vampire who originally is one of those with plans for Hime but who seems to become a friend too, but since you're never quite sure where her loyalties lie she becomes one of the most interesting anime characters to pop up in a long time. Hime is herself no shrinking violet but a princess quite happy to charge into battle swinging a sword or a chainsaw.

To look at this is a pretty standard anime with a somewhat novel twist. The caste builds up over time which has a nicer feel then just having them all presented at once. Hiro is still nicely freaked out by the fact he keeps running into monsters and his sister, busty, dumb fan service, is oblivious to the fact she is sharing a house with creatures of the night, something that become quite funny after a while.
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