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  • Format: Animated, Box set, Colour, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: 12 Nov. 2013
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00E6881MG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 87,310 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Bull on 5 Jun. 2009
Format: DVD
Tomokazu Mikuri is a typical High Schooler, he has no parents and lives with an older girl(His guardian) Nanase Senjyou, he has a fairly nice life and has a somewhat crush on Nanase at times.

One day he dreams, ending up in a dream world and meets a mysterous girl called Mone, her origins are unknown and she can only say the word Mone. She wakes up next to him to his shock.

This anime is a typical guy goes to school affair with typical anime moments, whilst they introduce new characters like Kuyou Senjyou, who is Nanases 14 year old sister, and Mizuki, a girl who has a crush on Tomokazu, and Neneko a young girl who is always seen with a cat.

What do all these girls have in common? They are all involved in some way with Tomokazus life and appear with him in the Dream World.

In the Dream World they must fight to stop the Faydoom from making it into the Waking world and eventually taking it over.

This anime contains.

- Typical Moe moments.
- Fanservice
- Adventure

Although this anime involves a ton of females and a male lead, it has a fairly average story and is watchable by any gender, not really reccomended for kids and is for the 14 + Age group.
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1 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C. W. Evans on 10 Feb. 2008
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if you enjoy laughing then this is a brillent anima to watch sure the jokes are aimed at rude minded people but I could not stop laughing and don't just think its all laughing there is a series side to the storyline too overall I very much enjoyed this anima
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Life Sucks, Then You Dream 18 April 2007
By Hajime Takai - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Yumeria is a 12 episode (300+ minutes) series that follows Tomokazu Mikori, your basic loser who admits that he is a pervert. On his 16th birthday, he falls asleep, only to enter a world where he meets Mone, a young girl who will alter past and future events. It is now up to Tomokazu to save those he cares about from the Faydoom, evil creations in the dream world that are trying to invade the waking world. If he fails, all will be lost and the future devastated. Whats a 16 year old, perverted-loser to do?

The series was pretty good and I found that the trailor that I viewed before I bought it didn't do the series justice. Yes, Tomokazu is a pervert in the series, but not to the extent that the trailor put him as, being as some people understandably don't like perverts. The story also reminded me somewhat of the Matrix in that it spans two worlds, where an event in one will affect the other. This is also one of those series where you have to watch in order to understand everything that is going on and as this story style, as previous reviewer put, "sucks you in". Even with a complex storyline, the pieces do fit in an easy to understand way (once you see it), like with me I caught myself saying "Oh that's why so and so did such and such". The story also makes indirect, outside references to other anime series such as Sailor Moon and Sister Princess, these two being ones that I could pick out right away.

Character design and special affect design was outstanding. I would go as far as to say that the people who worked on these affects are some of the best, if not the greatest, from what I've seen so far. The characters were cute, and if not, then visually appealing in that they catch your eye. The designers who worked on the characters also deserve some recognition because I could not find one character, and this includes stand-in characters, that did not look fantastic.

Keep in mind that the series does focus around a kid that is a bit of a pervert so there are some sexual references and hardly any nudity, if you would consider these few parts nudity. As with other series that I've seen that involve such topics, it works with the series and just adds to the comedy.

Overall, the series was filled with laugher(alot of it I might add)and jaw dropping action that literally made me keep watching. As I said with the Maburaho review, this is another series that could have been made longer because the story is so good and detailed that people would have kept watching. For anyone that is looking for another addition to their collection or beginning a collection, this is a must have. Do not waste time in trying to get it.
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Plenty of Fan Service 9 Mar. 2007
By WayneXtreme - Published on
Format: DVD
Meet Tomokazu Mikuri, an average everyday boy leading an average everyday dull life. Then his 16th birthday comes and is yet another dull day in his life, but when he goes to sleep, he finds himself in a strange world. After looking around, he sees a giant monster and a little girl with wings doing battle with one another. The girl falls from the sky and Tomokazu saves her and using a power (that's currently unknown to him) recharges the girl so she can defeat the monster.

Upon waking, the girl from his dream is laying in bed with him. Tomokazu has inherited a special power, and that power is to save the everyday world and the dream world from fierce monsters made from the dark thoughts and feelings of people; bent on destroying both worlds. Tomokazu with Mone (the girl from his dreams) as well as childhood friend Mizuki, Kuyou, Neneko/Neito, Megumi, and a mysterious person known as Silk to defend both worlds from destruction. But they can only defend both worlds while they are asleep.

I'll leave my little preview at that because I don't really want to give away too much of the story for those who are interested in purchasing this anime. I picked this up at a special Best Buy event because I thought that it sounded pretty cool and I must say that it's not bad, it's actually quite funny and pretty cool. One of the wildest characters in the show has to be Tomokazu's teacher, who seems to have a thing for "lolitas" especially Mone (don't worry, other than pervish behavior nothing sexual happens) There's plenty of comedy packed into these 12 episodes especially between Tomokazu and his teacher, but there's also plenty between Tomokazu and the girls as well.

Overall, to me this was a great anime, very fun and entertaining as well as suspenseful, the show seemed to "suck me in" and I was practically on the edge of my seat waiting to see what would happen in their battles or what kind of insanely funny thing was gonna pop up next.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Mone Monene Mone... 8 Feb. 2008
By Charles Stuckey - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I won't repeat the storyline. The animation is good and the characterization is as well. (Even if a little generic). Worth watching in either the dubbed or the subtitled version. Dubbing is very good, keeping the spirit and humor of the series. I'll say it's not spectacular, but it is above average. Voice acting is excellent, especially "Mone" who manages to convey her meaning throughout the series with only the word mone as dialog. It was worth the price.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I wanted to like it. But... 16 July 2009
By Jay F. Grissom - Published on
Format: DVD
I could see this appealing to a young (teenage male) audience.

I had seen some pretty mediocre reviews for this online at other sites. Then I saw some great reviews here and decided to buy it...
I've been betrayed by the reviews here a couple times... and I thought this would be different but it wasn't.

It isn't remarkable... there is plenty of fan service... but this holds little else of value in my opinion.

It is pretty middle of the road anime. When it was over my wife and I were not excited to see a follow up if there is one...

So here is my breakdown:

1) The art: Pretty average. It reminds me of stuff you would see from a low budget project. Compared to the cover art it lacks considerably. The production quality isn't the highest I've seen when it comes to the art.

2) The audio: I really enjoy bubbly anime soundtracks so I found that to be the best part of this anime. The audio is fun and playful so I really liked it... The audio is why I bumped this from 2 stars to 3.

3) The Boxset: Again pretty average the back particularly suggests some fan service and this does well in that department. The fan service isn't so "in your face" that you are offended but they lay it on pretty thick. The box is pretty standard. It does however look good in your collection.

4) The Characters: The depth in the character development is done pretty well. But it follows the standard harem anime formula. One Lolita-type, One Mature and Sexy, One very young and playful, and two that you are closer to being at odds for the affection of the target male.

They do make some effort to give you the back story for each character and that part is done pretty well... again another one of those items pushing this from 2 stars to 3.

Each of the female characters has a unique characteristic that make them attractive in their own way. One is soft spoken and needs the "night in shining armor". While the other plays out a motherly roll. Etc... Etc... They all have characteristics that appeal to men in one way or another.

The plot and story are pretty much there to showcase the girls... and there are some plot twists that are obvious from the moment you start watching the first disc. REALLY obvious plot twists... it is almost insulting to your intelligence.

Again this isn't meant to challenge your intellect or bring any new paradigms to the anime viewer... it simply is very average work.

Not bad... not good...

Just OK.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good show but closes way too fast. 2 Feb. 2009
By A. R. Miles - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
After finishing up the entire series yesterday, I felt funding for the show ran out because the ending comes at you so fast, you don't even realize it's over.

This has a major drawback, in that character development suffers. There were so many questions left to answer (how was regeneration accomplished through decades? Why Noneko? How did "they" (spoiler free) split at the end?)

This series should have been 26+ episodes as the storyline was definitely creative to do so. Despite the extremely short series, it's entertaining to watch.

For those with children 13 or younger, the sexual innuendo in the show may not be suitable for them. No nudity, but definitely contains scantily clad teenage girls (Mone and Noneko are young and the "lolita" references are common in the show).

For those who don't like "annoying" characters, Mone only says "Mone" throughout the entire series. That ended up annoying after the first 10 minutes of the show. If you can get past this, enjoy the episodes.
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