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Terror in Resonance: Complete Series (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
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Legendary director Shinichiro Watanabe and famed composer Yoko Kanno are back with a suspense-filled intellectual thriller!
Tokyo has just been decimated by a shocking terrorist attack, and the only hint to the identity of the culprit is a bizarre video uploaded to the internet. The police, baffled by this cryptic clue, are powerless to stop the paranoia spreading across the population
While the world searches for a criminal mastermind to blame for this tragedy, two mysterious teens who shouldn’t even exist masterfully carry out their heinous plan. A determined detective is hot on the culprit’s heels, but to catch them he must navigate a tangled web of riddles and false leads. Can he stop them before they carry out their plan to wake the world from its slumber – and pull the trigger on this world?
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Top Customer Reviews
I was looking for some anime to watch, and I came across this one, which is directed by 'Watanabe Shinichiro'. As soon as I read who was directing it, the hype went from 0 to 10. The story follows 2 teens who are geniuses (Nine and Twelve), and by terrorist acts, want the world to know about secrets the government of japan is hiding. a 3rd character (Lisa) without knowing ends up getting involved in the mess that the other characters are making. The animation is beautiful and can be breathtaking at times. You could tell this was one of the most important things of the show. It can be eye candy overload. The music which is composed by 'Yoko Kanno' is also gorgeous, and merges beautifully with the animation, thus creating some powerful scenes . Terror in Resonance presents some really interesting plot and concepts, but they somehow never really merge together very well, and I'm pretty sure it's because of series being only 11 episodes. When it comes to the 'characters', I feel like they really missed a good chance at making them excellently developed. There IS a little bit of development, but not enough, in my opinion. Overall, the series was never able to properly tell the story is was trying to tell the audience. Still, in my opinion, the story and plot aren't too bad, and I was able to still very much enjoy the show. If you're a person who is a plot and story critic, you might not like it, but it's worth giving a shot.
Limited Edition packaging:
This limited edition does not come with many things. It only has 4 art cards, and a special artbox. I did not pay much more than what the regular edition was going for, which is the reason I got it. I simply prefer the art that it has. I will upload some images, so you guys can see how it looks.
The story is pure and amazing. the characters are incredible the poor unfortunate soul of Lisa. she always gets handed the losing hand. Twelve and Nine are amazing characters their development and the things and reasons they do things are perfect. Lisa was the light that this anime needed however without her the two boys would be nothing
The Limited Edition its self was kind of disappointing, however once you get to the special features the comments and casts commentaries are incredible maybe its just me but the cast seemed to really grasp the concept and understand this anime at its core.Aaron Dismuke for one was amazing as Twelve. He has grown so much as a voice actor and the way he took Twelve and ran with it. it was amazing! If i could thank him for doing the role the way he did and the things that the cast said in the special features i would try.
The Box set
The only special part is probably that it has both blu ray and dvd along with the small pictures/post card things that are inside. they are alright but its nothing really special. I wish that they had considered doing a bigger special edition say like having the sound track with it or some kind of special something. that would have been AMAZING.
The art, dub, and music for this show are awesome. Its a beautiful show no question. The story attempts to carry the show for as long as it can but the rushed ending and plot holes really become noticeable during the last episodes. This show isnt going for realism but some of the things they do to make the ending seem complete are just a stretch in the least.
I did like this show. I wanted more of it, more answers, more build up.... less damsel in distress. For $60 and a lot of hype all you get is 11 episodes and what felt like an incomplete anime even though this show does have an ending. Honestly I would stream this show if you could. I dont really think its worth owning at this point.