- Actors: Carrie Keranen, Ben Diskin
- Directors: Thomas Astruc
- Format: Animated, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: Not RatedNR
- Studio: Shout! Factory
- DVD Release Date: April 11, 2017
- Run Time: 132 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B01MR36H9H
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,571 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir: It's Ladybug
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Mostly I was a little bummed that the English subtitles were only for the English Language, and not for the translated french since the meaning is different. I know that is not a typical thing, but that would be super cool for future releases since I love the French voices, too! :)
One of my favorite Miraculous Ladybug episodes especially since Chatnoir's puns are full of spunk and catitiude--something that continues throughout the entire series.
The stories are good and Ladybug and Cat Noir both as Marrinette and Adrien are well fleshed out, but each can be dumber than Lois Lane when not noticing who the others secret identity is. Everyone, yes everyone in their class has been turned evil, except them. Adrien and Cat Noir are both allergic to feathers, Ladybug and Marinette both wear their hair the same and have the same robin holding their ponytails. Yes it is a superhero idiosyncrasy that goes back to Superman, the first Superhero, but it is still a stretch on the imagination.
Aside from the problems I mentioned the series is good, this is just the first 13 episodes of season 1, the rest are coming out later. The stories are good and the animation is well done. The villains are very creative, the Evillustrator for one, and that it takes place in Paris (The series is from France.) makes it feel different from your typical superhero animated show.
1) From day 1 slotted for international release. With artists from several different countries collaborating to make it possible.
2) Female protagonist designed to be a good role model and strong lead. While they have a male character he is very much placed into the sidekick role and used as comedic relief. But not obnoxiously so. He doesn't overshadow the main female lead.
3) From release has begun to gain a large global following even when it had been only aired in France.
It is well written has potential for a good storyline with the starting episodes seeming to be one shots in style and not interconnected but doing a good job of introducing mindsets and characters.
If they start to develop a storyline and continuity I can see this show becoming a very big deal.
Currently the episode pacing is a bit rushed in areas and the explanation of certain parts of the story are non-existant. If they keep it going in this pattern of one shot episodes with no continuity or overarching plot then I don't see it taking off. Which is why I didn't give it 5 stars.
With the slightly rushed pacing and lack of overarching plot there is little actually keeping people interested past 1-2 seasons. If they bring in an overarching plot and stop having such a breakneck pacing in story this show will be very good.
PS: To all viewers who are mad that Amazon put two seasons instead of one full season with just 30 episodes, don't sweat it. It's either a mix up or it's because Nickelodeon can only air so many at a time or it's the creator's contract with Nick. For me personally, I like to think of it as "more seasons." It tricks my mind into thinking there are more seasons of the show, even though I know it's all just one season but it's nice to think that way. So please don't give the show a bad review just because of the way Amazon set it up or whoever set it up.
And to all the people who bought season two and didn't get the full season, just contact Amazon and tell them what happened. I'm sure they can do something about it. And again, don't give the show such a bad review because of one little mess up!
This is a new take on the classic "Magical Girl" story, only it's not just limited to girls.
Ladybug and her partner Chat Noir protect Paris from the villain Hawkmoth and his evil butterflies.
Meanwhile, both heroes attempt to maintain their cover and day to day lives.
Added bonus, they don't know who the other is outside of the suits!
There is a lot of punny wordplay, and I find it to be fun for all ages.
Could be considered a little violent, but they make the distinction of attempting to distract or outwit their enemies instead of constantly resorting to fighting.
Season 1 appears to be 12 episodes that are not really presented in any order relevant to the story line, and the origins of the characters are not presented in these episodes, so you'll just have to gather how it works on your own.
It will pull you in very quickly. It's nicely animated for being a 3D show, and I cannot wait until the remaining 13 episodes that have already been made are released.