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Yuri!!! On Ice - The Complete Series [DVD + Blu-ray] 
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(Oct 08, 2018)
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Born to make history. Destined for Victory. After suffering a humiliating loss at the Grand Prix Final, Japanese skater Yuri Katsuki is ready to hang up his skates forever. Taking time off the ice, he re-evaluates his passion, only to go home without medals, confidence, or reason to return to the rink. That is until his idol, Victor Nikiforov, appears with a surprising offer – he wants to coach Yuri! This news doesn’t sit well with others in the skating world, and Yuri must prove that he’s worthy of Victor’s attention – by facing Russia’s rising star, Yuri Plisetsky. With new routines and Victor’s undying support, Yuri will discover more about himself and his feelings within. With Victor close by his side, Yuri will find the true meaning of victory.
Includes Episodes 1-12 + Extras
- Yuri Plisetsky GPF in Barcelona EX “Welcome to the Madness” OVA.
- Eleventh Skate Commentary
- Textless Opening Songs.
- Textless Closing Song
- Textless Closing Tenth Skate
- Textless Closing Final Skate
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That being said, I can only give 4 out of 5 stars because my artbook arrived bent in the right corner. Like a good 1.5 to 2 inches of it is bent and it's evident it was packaged like that because when I opened it, it was already like that. I might try flattening it with some books or something....in addition, the bottom part of the box paper started peeling off (picture attached) which I could tell is not supposed to happen because it's actually part of the box design. :(
So why the low score? Well that's for the blu-ray itself. I only just received it a few minutes ago, but there were a couple of things that have bothered me about it already.
The blu-ray comes with 2 audio options, English and Japanese, which it great. It starts to play and I realise that I forgot to switch to the Japanese audio and so I do it. Then I realise that I need to turn on the subtitles, so I go looking for that option and can't find it. It turns out that the Japanese audio and English subtitles are inextricably linked. That means if you turn on the Japanese audio your screen is automatically covered in English script. You have no option to view and unadulterated version of the show even if you switch to English there are translations on the screen whenever someone felt it was needed.
This probably won't bother most people, but it bothers me and I feel like separate controls for audio and subtitles is something that's been pretty standard for a while now, so why did they mess with that. Just for the heck of it, I checked my Kiki's Delivery Service DVD to see if I had all that control, and I did. I was looking forward to owning this so I could just sit back and enjoy the animation and art from time to time, but heck I could have just stuck with the Crunchy Roll version!
Like I said, it probably won't be an issue for most people, but I feel like people should be aware before they decide to purchase. It's been a while since I've liked something enough to bother purchasing a DVD or blu-ray and this, as well as the unskippable ads at the start of the disc aren't really changing my mind on the matter. Still won't be returning it though.
EDIT: The subtitle issue only seems to affect the blu-ray. The DVD has separate audio and subtitle controls.
(Some of these reviews are missleading, this product is only the blu-ray/DVD combo pack and not the limited edition box set, even though I wish it was. I almost paid $20 extra (from another retailer since amazon doesn't offer it) to get it but decided against it.)
I enjoyed it so much, I was on the verge of tears several times. It's very emotional, showing character vulnerablinities and strengths. It has some truly beautiful detailed shots. It was actually very ambitious of Funimation to animate such a thing. Figure skating requires fluid animation. While the animation is not fluid while they are skating, in my opinion, for the most part and there are wonky and weird looking shots, I still enjoyed it and it didn't distract me from the moment too much. The movement can sometimes look a little like a flip book sometimes, a little jumpy and staggered, but like I said ambitous and emotional.
There have been some beautiful detailed up close moments that I would love to have pictures of but, alas I can't.
I really love the dynamic between the main characters Yuri and Victor. Representation in anime for me, mostly never happens. This is the first time seeing a character, Yuri who is probably most like my self. Thanks for that.
I will treasure this purchase, always. It's an early birthday present to myself.