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Soul Eater: Part Four
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After 800 years, the witch Arachne has returned to spin a web of wickedness, leading an army of ghoulish minions in a war against Death Weapon Meister Academy. As demons from the past rise amid betrayal and madness, Maka and Soul are definitely in for the fight of their lives. But, hey – luckily for the fate of the world, they’re a freakin’ lethal team!
Episode 44 commentary with Monica Rial, Maxey Whitehead and Colleen Clinkenbeard
Textless opening song - Resonance
Textless closing song - Strenght
Top Customer Reviews
"Soul Eater Part Four" may be a few episodes shorter than the last three box sets, but the ending of this deliciously Halloweeny series makes up for it by being crammed with plot. There's dark plot twists, rebellion, insanity and slashing magical action -- and the big downside is that it ends without promise of any continuation.
As Arachne's madness-enhancers rev up, Medusa offers Lord Death a simple deal: vital information about the Kishin in exchange for her safety. After she leaves, the increasingly crazed Stein wanders out after her.
And soon everyone is preparing for their own missions: Black Star, Tsubaki, Soul Eater and Maka are going to join Death's armies, and attack Arachne and the Kishin; Death the Kid heads for a devastated city to retrieve the last magical item; and Crona and Marie set out to rescue Stein from Medusa. Both Kid and Maka are having doubts about whether they're doing the right thing, especially since Maka is worried about what will happen when Crona encounters his evil mother.
So while the DMWA's forces clash with Arachne's armies, Maka and Soul break away and attack Medusa -- but with an insane Stein on her side, they may not be able to win. And even if they do win, will the three teams' combined strength be enough to defeat the deadly Kishin? And what lengths will Death go to in his battle against Arachne and Asura -- and will he be able to succeed at last?
The manga is still going strong, but "Soul Eater Part 4" is definitely the end of the anime series.Read more ›
Even the character designs were odd, with the snub-nosed imitating a skull-face for the students of the DWMA (Death Weapon Meister Academy). And I thought the pseudo hip-hop characters of Black Star and Soul Eater were just annoying. Good stories and great animation can turn all of that around though, and "Soul Eater" turned into a real favorite.
This box set has the final episodes of the anime (although the manga is still coming). Split onto two disks, Disk 1 has episodes 40-45 and Disk 2 has 46-51. Episode 44 has a commentary track and the "Soul Eater Late Show" is included as a bonus.
Things start out with a bang as the captured Medusa offers information in exchange for her freedom. The DWMA has no choice but to accept her bargain, and things are set in motion that will have far-reaching consequences. The decision to release Medusa angers Maka, dividing loyalties that will be necessary when preparing for the big battle against Asura. All of the Weapon/Meister teams split up on separate missions, none of which they feel they are strong enough to complete by themselves. Medusa reemerges as a threat, holding Dr. Stein's mind captive and yet the DWMA has promised not to move against her.Read more ›
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Items always show up on time, from the seller shawnek, in good condition, I only with the series was sold in a complete collection format, so I didn't have to buy each part... Read morePublished on June 23, 2012 by Aquesance Averun
We humans are truly interesting specimens. We lie, we cheat, we hurt, we betray; it's an integral part of our being. However, that's not our true purpose. No, not at all. Read morePublished on February 3, 2011 by Caleb J. Hyles