Eureka Seven: Part 2
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Relive the classic era of anime with the studio that brought you Escaflowne, Fullmetal Alchemist, and Wolf’s Rain. Eureka Seven, the greatest anime love story ever told, returns to the spotlight after almost a decade—in a complete series collection for the first time!
Renton is a teenager trapped working as a mechanic in a backwater town. He dreams of joining up with a daredevil group of pilots known as Gekkostate and following in his father’s heroic footsteps. When a mysterious beauty named Eureka shows up asking for a tune up, Renton soon finds himself drawn into a high-flying mecha dogfight that makes him a target of the military. When the dust settles on the spectacular battle, Renton is invited to join Gekkostate, but he soon discovers that even a dream come true has a dark side.
Backed by its original powerhouse vocal cast, Eureka Seven is “a series that demonstrates what anime should be…” (Random Curiosity)
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The video quality is as good as you can expect from a series that originally aired in 2005-2006. This set has the series in its original 4x3 screen ratio so don't expect this release to be in widescreen. For this reason, it's only in 1080i instead of the ever more prevalent 1080p. The audio is only 2.0 as well for both Japanese and English.
Unlike Part One, you will not find an additional bonus disc in the box. Instead, most of the bonus features have been put on the last disc, including a textless version of the final episode. In either case, the ending version you'll find in this release includes all the animation fixes that were missing in the original Japanese broadcast ending. If you don't know what I'm talking about here, then you can ignore can ignore this.
Just like I said for Part One, if you've been on the fence about purchasing this series, this release is probably as good as it's going to get, and I would certainly recommend it.
If it were possible for me to rate this higher than Eureka 7 part one, I would. It's just that good. The expanded character progression is very nice, many of the mysteries are explained, and events are wrapped up quite nicely.
The ending will make you sad that it's over.
The series was a little weird. I would just rather watch Gundam Wing or Neon Genesis Evangelion (If I wanted real self-punishment). Too bubbly and hippy for me. My wife loved it though. Watched it 4 times through while doing homework as background and as just full enjoyment.