The Limited Edition sku contains an art booklet with centerfold and a collectible art box.
Rosario + Vampire: Season 1 (Limited Edition)
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(Dec 20, 2011)
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Top Customer Reviews
If your not a person that likes to keep their cases the way they are, than you can get "Season 2" of this anime and use the outside hard box as a holder for both seasons. Which works out well, all you would have to do is take out the cardboard box slip that holds the art book and put "Season 2" next to "Season 1".
The anime is not censored. It has all the fan service you can want and than some.
In a nut shell the show is pure fan service. It has a developing story throughout, but fails to develop any real characters. The characters it presents does a decent job at allowing you to connect and immerse yourself in the world, but once you are finish watching you will soon forget them. This by no means it's not worth watching. The show slightly fails at providing deep characters, but the funny situations they get into are what make it worthwhile.
Season one starts off with your main character trying to get into high school. He has not been able to gain accesses to any real schools, but somehow he is able to gain entrance into a secret academy. This is where the fun starts and you meet your second main character. The show is about the two main characters love, and is mostly cliché japans anime where the guy is weak and can never make up his mind.Read more ›
Character designs and backgrounds are detailed, colorful and bright. Everything usually remains on model.
Character movement isn't the most fluid but it does its job well enough that it doesn't detract from the show much if at all.
Everybody in the dub cast gives a stellar performance. The dub is accurate to the sub translation with some minor wording differences.
Episodes 10 and 13 are better animated than the rest of the season and have the best fight scenes in the series.
Manages to retain most of the core elements of manga chapters that were adapted.
Sometimes succeeds at being very emotional and intense.
The last two episodes present some original ideas that are genuinely good such as the interrogation scenes and the academy having more involvement than in the manga.
Main cast is very vibrant and likeable. The protagonists receive a good amount of screen time.
Some of the minor characters appear more often than they did in the manga.
Successfully conveys the manga's theme of tolerance and friendship.
The vocal songs and both the opening and ending songs are great.
All the in-show vocal songs were translated into English and song by voice actor of the corresponding character.
Captures the comedic aspects of the manga perfectly. There is lots of breaking the fourth wall jokes, slapstick, raunchy humor, and overdramatic situations and reactions.
Great packaging. The chipboard box, amaray case, and discs have a matching beige and brown school motif. Amaray case has interior artwork.
Limited edition art booklet is pretty neat.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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I did not like how the anime did not follow the manga.But it was epic the art book nice but sadly the company that did rasario+vampire said that the company did not have anymore... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Anime reviewer
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this was a gift for my daughter and she loved it. Not recommended for young children though. Not a child's cartoon.Published on April 25, 2013 by Aaron Kreie
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