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Blue Exorcist: Definitive Edition Part 1 Episodes 1-12 Blu-ray

Jun Fukuyama , Kana Hanazawa , Tensai Okamura    Suitable for 15 years and over   Blu-ray
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Jun Fukuyama, Kana Hanazawa, Kazuya Nakai, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Christine Marie
  • Directors: Tensai Okamura
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Manga Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 9 Sep 2013
  • Run Time: 310 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35,392 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


The Devil's Son Fights Back! Raised by Father Fujimoto, a famous exorcist, Rin Okumura never knew his real father. One day a fateful argument with Father Fujimoto forces Rin to face a terrible truth, the blood of the demon lord Satan runs in Rin's veins! Rin swears to defeat Satan, but doing that means entering the mysterious True Cross Academy and becoming an exorcist himself. Can Rin fight demons and keep his infernal bloodline a secret? It won't be easy, especially when drawing his father's sword releases the demonic power within him! Now featuring the brand new English dub as well as the original Japanese audio and English subtitles. Contains episodes 1-12 in Japanese and English with English subtitles on 3 x Blu-ray discs.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Dub & Sub & HD is a winner. 1 Sep 2013
I loved the series on DVD, but was sad that the initial release didn't contain the english dub. This release contains both the sub and the dub across three HD Blu-ray discs. The animation looks so much better in high quality, and the Blue Exorcist itself is a still one of the best anime of recent times.
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Blue Exorcist (or Ao No Exorcist) is shonen action anime that was my favorite anime back when it premiered in 2011. I remember being introduced to it by the Aniplex USA guys back at Otakon 2011 and after they told us what the setting of anime was, I was interested. When my friend and I went back to the hotel room that day, we watched the first two episodes on Hulu and we were both hooked on the anime since.

Blue Exorcist is about two teenage twin brothers, Rin & Yukio Okumura... but with an interesting twist. They are sons of Satan! Rin is the only twin that received Satan's power while his brother's powers were never awakened. Rin and Yukio are also not identical twins, but are actually the polar opposite of one another. Rin is troubled teenager who seems to do everything wrong in life (unintentionally) while his brother Yukio is a smart prodigy student.

The first two episodes are a little slow but the later episodes get more interesting and action packed. Rin has to keep his satanic powers a secret as they are sealed within a sword. Shortly after the first episodes, Rin is enrolled in an Exorcist academy with the sole intention to kill his father, Satan. The episodes included within this set go over his first couple of days in this exorcist academy. He meets many of his classmates which aren't so welcoming to Rin's goofy and careless personality. The way Rin has to keep his secret hidden is what makes these first few episodes interesting, and you as the viewer, always feel on edge as you want Rin keep on living a normal life so that everyone will continue to accept him as a normal human.

The animation throughout Blue Exorcist is superb with the Blu Ray giving it all of the visual flare that you would expect from an HD release.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun action/comedy 7 Dec 2013
By Xodus
This was an enjoyable series for me, and I have watched it a few times now, and still appreciate watching it again.

The story is centered around Rin Okumura, a bit of a rebel type character who possesses greater than normal strength and endurance (but an excellent cook), and his younger twin brother Yukio who appears to be the traditional well behaved son, both of whom are raised by Father Shiro Fujimoto.
Things change for Rin when after being attacked, he finds out that he is the son of satan, ruler of Gehenna (hell dimension) and strongest of all demons, and after witnessing Shiro die trying to protect him, he draws out the demon slaying sword Kurikara the very same sword that has been restraining the demon powers Rin possesses, so that from then on he has fangs and tail and the ability to cover his body in blue flames that seems to burn through anything they touch.
At Fujimoto's funeral Rin encounters Mephisto Pheles who sees potential in Rin and agrees to help train Rin to become an exorcist, so that one day Rin will become strong enough to defeat Satan.
Enrolled at the very prestigious True Cross Academy, which on the outside seems like a posh boarding school but also contains the Japanese branch of the international organisation that is responsible for protecting the human realm (Assiah) from demons and other hostile creatures, when starting his exorcist course Rin is surprised to find that his younger brother is not only one of his teachers, but also a veteran exorcist who already new about Rin's heritage.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not Just Another Demon-Hunter 17 Jun 2014
The premise of this show was not particularly auspicious: teenage boy suffers traumatic events that reveal his destiny to him, so he goes out to learn how to fight demons. So far so predictable, but Blue Exorcist manages to escape the confines of this particular genre, exploding onto out screens in a refreshing burst of powerful imagery and plot.

Rin is not just another angst-ridden teen, he has to carry around the burden that his very existence caused the brutal death of the only father he's known, by the hands of his real father: the devil himself. Couple this with the secret that he is one of the very demons he and his new classmates are training to fight, and you end up with a very dark character.
He is paired up with his younger brother, and experienced exorcist who knew Rin's secret long before he did, along with a group of varied classmates. Shiemi could be the dark horse of the group, she is by far the meekest and the way she is treated by some of the others makes Rin want to protect her.

But what of the story?

Again, this series has managed to avoid predictability: starting with some powerfully serious episodes, leavened by snatches of lightness, the story quickly reverses with the lightness and humour being carefully balanced against the ongoing plot and the dark moments this brings.
There are the usual batch of standalone episodes, including the obligatory beach, ghost in the school and funfair episodes. But even these have been subjugated to not only make them more original, but also to enrich the ongoing story arc as well as the characters.
The relationships between the characters feels largely natural and, dare I say it , relatively realistic.
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