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  • Actors: Micah Solusod, Laura Bailey, Brittney Karbowski, Monica Rial, Todd Haberkorn
  • Directors: Zach Bolton
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: 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: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: August 9, 2011
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004W75BRO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,835 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

Episode 30 commentary

Episode 44 commentary

Soul Eater Late Show

Textless songs

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Editorial Reviews

As students of the Grim Reaper at Death Weapon Meister Academy, Maka is a Meister and Soul is her Weapon – literally. When they take on the supernatural forces of evil, Soul transforms into a razor-sharp scythe and Maka wields him in battle. He gets deadlier with every defeated soul he consumes and each victory strengthens their bond – but Maka, Soul, and their classmates might not be ready to face the darkness headed their way.

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!

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Great character development.
Gha-VO
As such, I have some some that were really good, and some that were really bad.
Galadreal D. Simmons
It brings happiness to... well... the soul.
Jade Zsiros

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 26, 2011
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Soul Eater has got to be the best series that's well drawn, well thought out, and also completely bad-ass!!! In episodes 27-51 Maka, Black Star, and Death the Kid have matured a little in their character development as the plot thickens with the revival of the spider witch Arachne and Kishin Asura. But despite the seriousness there is also the comedy that help keep the series in balance between serious and funny, Excalibur for example! The best part about this DVD is that includes all the elements that every anime should have: laughs, friendship, amazing battle sequences, and most of all a giant robot fight!!!!!!!! I mean what anime wouldn't be complete without at least one giant robot fight thrown into the mix~!
For those who are thinking of buying this DVD you totally should! You won't regret it~!
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 6, 2011
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First we got Medusa, then Asura the kishin. And in "Soul Eater: The Weapon Collection," we add a new magical supervillain to the Evil gang-- along with a slew of elaborate battle, magical items, insanity, and some disturbing revelations. The ending of the series doesn't match the manga (which hasn't ended yet) but it's a solid wrap-up for the series.

The long-lost witch Arachne (sister of Medusa) rises from the golem and reactivates her old organization, Arachnophobia.And she wastes no time in reactivating her old organization, Arachnophobia, and gathering magic tools that are vital to her plans of spreading insanity. Even worse, Medusa has somehow survived, possessed the body of a child, and is now forcing Crona to do her bidding.

It doesn't take long for war to break out between Arachnophobia and the DMWA -- first a battle over the Brew, a powerful magical tool that's locked in a strange magical field, and then a full-out military clash between armies. Death the Kid discovers that Death may have a connection to a mysterious figure named Eibon, and Stein is slowly going insane from the madness resonance.

So obviously, things are bleak. With two evil witches attacking and the insane Asura still threatening the whole world, what can Soul, Maka and their friends hope to do to defeat them?

The manga is still going strong, but this is definitely the end of the "Soul Eater" anime series. All the major plot threads are woven together in a dense, strong rope without too much filler, important questions are answered (who is Eibon? What does the Brew do?), and there's one brilliant magical fight after another. The only major problem is that it's the end.

Well, okay, the filler episodes can be a little nerve-grating (EXCAAAAALIBURRRR!).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ArcticWolf on December 15, 2012
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I already owned the Meister Collection and bought this to see the rest of the series. It is a great series with great quality. No problems at all seeing it. The only issue I have is how it ended so abruptly. I wish the series was longer and not so rushed in the Weapon Collection. It's still an interesting series and I'm sure people will get a kick out of Excalibur's segments.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By 1AnimeFan on September 7, 2012
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An enjoyable series overall. My only real complaint is that the ending felt rushed, and it greatly diverged from the Manga. I would have preferred seeing the Arachnophobia Arc as it appeared in the Manga, even if that meant having a cliffhanging ending instead of the resolution that was chosen. That way, maybe additional seasons of the anime could have been produced. Fans of the series should continue reading the Manga, which is still ongoing. The spinoff Manga "Soul Eater Not" is also enjoyable, and features characters which are now starting to appear in the Soul Eater manga.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Aimee Galloway on June 28, 2012
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This was, In essence, A whole new experience in the soul eater world. The inclusion of the bonus material that wasn't in the original 4 set, the crisper, cleaner animation through the wonder of Up scaling for 1080p. the show is about a young weapons meister named Makka, and her partner, a rowdy weapon named Soul, and their quest in making Soul the new Deathscythe. again, this box set, it, and the accompanied meister box set is amazing. the two together where fairly cheap in comparison to the 4 set of boxes that originally released.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jade Zsiros on March 14, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Soul Eater is my third anime. I have long preferred manga, which is usually better thought out, but my friends only agreed to watch Black Butler if I watched this first, so I agreed. And I must say that I was not disappointed.

First of all, this series is Shonen with a female protagonist, which is rare, and is able to keep Maka acting like an almost real girl- something rare in Shojo or its male counterpart. She spent absolutely no time squealing with delight, falling for boys(okay, that one's questionable. She and Soul are pretty darn close), or obsessing over clothing that isn't her signature Underworld-esque cloak. Three days after seeing the first episode, my mom offered to let me go to my first anime convention for my birthday, and I immediately decided I would be cosplay none other than One-Star Scythemeister Maka Albarn.

I don't think there were any boring points in this series. I don't remember a single episode without at least one fight scene-all of which were beautifully done. The fact that more than half of the characters turn into deadly weapons at will guarantees that the action never stops-- ever.

This show is hilarious. I have literally skipped home from my local high school singing the Excalibur song. I started singing it in the shower once and almost choked to death on the soapy water I inhaled from laughing. I love this story, and everything about it. It brings happiness to... well... the soul.

Shoutout to Crona's voice actor(Also known for Alphonse Elric from the recent remake of Fullmetal Alchemist). AMAZING job-- especially in the desert of his soul scene. Which brings me to the fact that I liked all of these actors. Everyone's voice fit their character.

All in all, I give this five stars, and a proclamation that this is my new favorite series. Now, I'm off to read its manga.
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