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  • Blue Submarine No. 6: Complete Collection [Blu-ray] [US Import]
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Blue Submarine No. 6: Complete Collection [Blu-ray] [US Import]

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Beats Rotating through 3 DVD Discs! 8 Mar. 2014
By Alex Tyte - Published on
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I saw this anime back when Toonami was on during the day, even though it was edited then for TV reasons, and I had gotten it on DVD previously, but now that it is on Blu-ray and is all on one disc it's so much more convenient! Definitely an anime worth having!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great quality could be a bit better (2013 Blu Ray edition) 15 May 2014
By CityLimits - Published on
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Quick sum up:
-Great, underrated classic anime film
-its definitely HD theres no doubt, but it could be a little better (just a little!)
-has extras and goodies to complete your Blue Submarine No.6 experience
-buy now!
I am VERY satisfied with my purchase, this is a great old school anime. I just feel that the video quality is a little sub-par for a 1080p HD blu-ray, also it isnt full/wide screen. I think this film has such beautiful scenes and vistas (submerged cities, ocean landscapes, ports, tundras, abandoned buildings, post-apocalyptic urban landscapes) which is why I want the animation detail to be of utmost quality and perfection. This film definitely needs a high quality remaster and the uncensored dub for that true cinephile experience.
It also has a few extras like tv commercials, commentaries, and video game scenes from the Sega Dreamcast game of Blue Sub No.6 (the Sega Dreamcast ceased production 13 years ago in 2001...I wasnt kidding when I said Blue Sub No.6 was old school!)
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
A hard to place anime series 1 July 2014
By BRYCE O PLATT - Published on
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I'm of mixed emotions about this series. I'm in a strange place of not being able to recommend the series, but, I also cannot dis-recommend the series.

Basically we have a post-apocalyptic crapsack world where 'the bugs' have ruined the ecology and human civilization. The story, for one of these type stories, is compelling enough but nothing about the series is memorable, neither story nor characters. The typical Japanese anime messages encapsulated in the two Japanese words 'ganbare' and 'nakama' are the main plot drivers, with a touch of personal redemption tossed in. For those not familiar with these words, 'ganbare' has several meanings ranging from 'good luck' to 'do your best'. There is also the subtext of 'do your best, even if you fail, we will still love and respect you simply because you did do your best'. It is a complicated thought to get across to non-Japanese. 'Nakama' is also slippery, it is usually translated as 'allies' but it goes deeper than that, 'allies to the end, together against all adversity, we are family against the world and for that we will succeed'. Oh dear, this is turning into a lecture on Japanese culture and anime. Sorry. Sort of.

The art is crisp, the animation clean and the voice work adequate, but like I said earlier, this is just not a memorable series. I wasn't bored or distressed watching it, it just didn't make my heart go zing!

And for that I can't recommend the series. It is considered a classic and for an anime completionist it may be a satisfying addition to your collection, but after you watch it it will collect dust.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Blue Submarine No. 6 complete collection Blu-ray 20 Mar. 2014
By remotecontrolman - Published on
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It was a good one. It will make you sad - that's all I really have to say about it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I've been waiting for this for years.... 17 July 2014
By Josh Bailey - Published on
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Finally, a great quality version. I've been waiting for this since I saw it on Toonami as a kid. Great quality, extras include stuff about the show and game (which I never knew existed). Totally worth the 20 something I paid for it.
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