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Shin Chan: Season 2, Part One

Laura Bailey , Troy Baker  |  NR |  DVD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)


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  • Actors: Laura Bailey, Troy Baker, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Cynthia Cranz, Chuck Huber
  • Format: Animated, NTSC, Color, Full Screen
  • 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: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: February 10, 2009
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001M6SHAQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #261,939 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Shin Chan: Season 2, Part One" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

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The raunchy comedy Shin-Chan (originally Crayon Shin-chan, 1992) is the closest thing to South Park and The Family Guy that the Japanese animation industry has produced. Although there have been numerous comic manga (and scrolls before modern printing) that dealt with flatulence and other bodily functions, Shin-Chan lacks the cheerful vulgarity of The Ping-Pong Club or the good-natured inanity of Slayers. Each episode amount to little more than a succession of raunchy and often mean-spirited jokes. In a protracted spoof of Star Wars, Shin as Luke and his father as Darth Vader duel with light sabers held in their crotches while mom as "Princess Labia" fusses. When Shin's teacher buys a present for a baby shower, she asks the clerk if the shop has a return policy in case there's a miscarriage. The visuals are as crude as the jokes: the mishappen characters move jerkily across the screen, except in rare moments, as when Shin and his baby sister Hima hold a butt bouncing contest. The characters never grow or develop, and none of them are really likeable. Watching Shin-Chan is like listening to the gross-out jokes that were supposed to be funny in junior high school. (Rated TV MA: cartoon violence, nudity, urination, profanity, alcohol use; gross humor involving sex, drugs, flatulence, and bodily functions) --Charles Solomon

Product Description

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away… Now was it Lord Bader or Master Bader? Either way, the helmet head is feeling a great disturbance in his shorts, as Any-Wan Canblowme and young Puke Skypooper race to save the princess. In true Shin chan style, this trilogy is about to get FUBAR! But wait, that's not all! Gross quickly dissolves into disgusting as Shin and Mitzi find their roles reversed, Action Bastard's alter-ego is revealed and the Noharas learn about chillin'... Happy pill style! All this and more packed into 13 obscenely uncensored episodes! Warning: The makers of Shin chan do not endorse underage bunny abuse.

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome show September 8, 2009
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This show is weird, raunchy and completely awesome. Shin Wars is completely the best parody of Star Wars ever. EVER!
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5.0 out of 5 stars MORE SHINNOUSKE AND MORE BOOTY11!! April 4, 2009
What can i say. I cant stop laughing at the Star Wars Parody that they did. Im aware that Crayon Shin Chan is for Familys in Japan but Funi pulled reverse 4Kids on it. And its worth. Also Laura does is Hilarious as Shin.
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5.0 out of 5 stars YOOOO February 13, 2009
So good, So awesome. Not too much in the bonus features, about the same as the other ones. but, you'll love it. this show is amazing and if youre like me, you would step over your own mother to get these dvds. can't wait for part 2
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great show...something you should know November 14, 2009
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The Shin Chan series is this: (1) not as shocking as South Park, Not as goofy as Beavis and Butt-head, and has more potty language then the Simpsons. (2)Most of the dialogue is edgy and fresh. However, the a_ _ dance becomes tiresome by the end of season one, as well as the small b_ _b jokes. This is a series worth owning because it has a quality where the jokes sometime fly by so quickly it'll take several seconds to regester. Also, all the jokes are not gross or shoved in for shock value, there are some charming subtleties to Shin Chan...though you have to look hard for them. (3)it's about a dysfunctional family, but a subtle version. Not as annoying as Married with Children, or as Crazy as the Simpsons. (4) For some viewers it may be disturbing to see an animated five year old flashing his lower region, or the idea of poking fun at domestic abuse (Penny and her mother). However, if you can handle these two surprising elements, Shin Chan really is an original treasure for people who just want something a little different then the shows mentioned above.
As for certain reviewers who are too nit-picky about how the show had been changed to suit American tastes. Please don't buy the show unless you have better things to do with your life then rip on a series mostly dedicated to butt jokes :) Otherwise, if you're the average American, enjoy the show :)
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ignore Solomon, Shin Chan is great stuff June 9, 2010
The official Amazon review by Charles Solomon is the worst one I've ever read here and singularly inappropriate. Do yourself a favor and ignore it. Solomon doesn't get it, with a vengeance.

Shin Chan is great fun. I generally dislike precocious kids in TV and the movies, but this show's kid is innocent rather than cynically constructed to go for the cheapest laugh. The laughs often come pretty hard in Shin Chan, as the little tyke frequently doesn't realize how bad his behavior is and seems as surprised at the results of it as we are. He gets calculating here and there, but being a child he is often caught at it and can't seem to understand that the world doesn't work the way he thinks it should. The absurdity of the world reveals itself more clearly to Shin Chan's post-toddler eyes than it might to those of us who have gotten so used to its rough edges that we can hardly feel them anymore. And he calls us on it; all the absurdities that a child might witness, everybody, all the time. Shin, guilelessly rude, takes action with an energy and obliviousness we can't help but cheer and be horrified by at the same time.

Don't worry about the almost aggressively poor animation; it works surprisingly well, acquiring the charm you'd hope it would immediately. The voice work is wonderful too; merely thinking of Shin's voice and odd delivery makes it almost impossible not to smile.

I had many great moments with the Shin Chan series. Upbeat, sometimes wistful, often extremely funny, this anime introduces you to a character it's very hard not to love.

But I suppose you could if you wanted to make a point of it. Ignore such people. As breaths of fresh air go, Shin Chan can be brisk and perhaps a bit of a shock to the more brittle or tender among us. You may want to watch it yourself before showing it to your kids, your elderly grandparents, or the old at heart.
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