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Queen's Blade 2: The Complete Series

4.6 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

When the smoke clears, who will be crowned queen? The
end of the Queen s Blade has come, and only the strongest
remain. Leina, Tomoe, and the rest of the finalists for
the tournament take up residence in Gynos, the Queen s
Capital. The girls are paired up in duels, and friends are
forced to fight each other with their lives on the line.

Special Features

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Product Details

  • Directors: Kinji Yoshimoto
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • 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
    Not Rated
  • Studio: ANIME WORKS
  • DVD Release Date: June 12, 2012
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007I1TGR2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,644 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

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While the first Queen's Blade season introduced all the characters in the series hence making more fanservice scenes than this season in particular where it has more fighting scenes and takes itself a little more seriously.

After the end of the first season, the tournament arc finally begins and Nanael the angel who recaps all the fighters is then forced to join the tournament because of how she failed her test of spilling the Holy Milk very early on (like that was her fault anyway when the Head Angel knows Nanael is clumsy). The tournament is set up differently in contrast to the original material but the end result will still be the same.

There are a lot of good battles in this season with a few exceptions (the Cattleya versus Airi battle angered me only because Cattleya lost the will to fight when she found out that Aldra had turned her husband to stone and she could keep going to save her husband instead of breaking down and letting herself be turned to stone forcing Airi to take care of her son and then things go bad for Airi as a result). You know a battle is good is coming when they decide to play Kuiinzubureido Taikai no Teema B that sounds like it came out of Fire Emblem OST (you can find that on Youtube).

Beside the battle mentioned above, another thing that annoys me is how because Leina is the protagonist she will always win her battles. It's just a given that she's going to be the one to fight Aldra at the end, but to see what the other characters have to go through is just sad especially since their reason to be in the tournament is more important than Leina.
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This series in my opinion is pretty underrated. I say this because the way it is marketed is the possible reason why this show hasn't caught on as say Sekirei or Freesing in terms of popularity or fanbase. The way it was advertised made this look like it was just showing actions scenes that were recorded from a fantasy hentai and even the figures look like it.

This show is anything BUT hentai.

This show is your basic fighting tournament anime with the exception being that cloths get torn or ruined legitlly and every contestant are women and only women as the person who wins becomes a queen.

Not so original in it's plot, but the twists and small touches make this seem like this is unique. The characters actually have some personality and could actually be relatable depending on your point of view and the humor is pretty funny.

Now like I said, this is not hentai. Anybody thinking they will be seeing a mans noodle or even a womans taco is gonna have to look elsewhere. This is a pretty good show, and if you can handle the cringe worthy amount of fanservice, it is worth a buy.
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This was a very good show. The animation was well done and the characters were fun enough to continue to watch, they were also sexy and who doesn't enjoy chic and blades. There is a magical kind of sexiness to it. The fight scenes were well animated. The story good so I really have no complaints about this one.
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Pretty good anime. The animation is excellent and the story is pretty good. It is a bit tedious in the early episodes, but gets better once the characters are all in play and the story gets going. I will be getting more in this series.
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My purchase was delivered in a timely manner and no problems with shipping or damage. I really do love this series, it’s a little overly fan-serviced; but hey you know what you’re getting into. If you like series such as Sekirei, Mouse, or Valkerie, you are going to want to add this to your collection.
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So far it's as good as the 1st set of queens blade complete series (aka QB: Exiled Virgin). But I don't like the intro music as much as I liked it in the Exiled Virgin. They still turn up with the juicy bits -w-.
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A fairly epic fighting series with an overly serious tone that didn't quite live up to all the hype this series has generated. There are quite a few riveting moments but at times the protaganists journey from novice to ultimate fighter does feel a bit tedious.
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The second part of the series or series 2 however you want to look at it. This is where the fight to be Queen commences. This part seems to drag a bit. As usual fan service from the get go. There was an intense moment in the Queens chamber when the swords blacksmith woman with the hideously huge boobs finds her long lost husband encased in crystal and gets encased in crystal next to him, right in front of her son Lana. (work of the evil Eye) I don't mind the fan service and find it funny how they use any excuse they can come up with for the girls to lose their clothes. Although when the characters are talking and we are looking up their asses it does get bothersome. Also, wait till you figure out what the Holy Milk really is. Gross. This series combines slice and dice anime think Zena Warrior Princess series, ( no real slicing or dicing ever really happens in this series just clothes and armor flying off) and fan service. Being a straight woman this is a combination I can actually tolerate to watch (not a fan of fan service deviant sex anime).
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