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D.N. Angel - Complete Collection
DN Angel - Complete Collection
Actors: Takeshi Kusao, Akira Ishida, Ben Anderson, Takeshi Aono, Christine M. Auten
Director: Nobuyoshi Habara
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
UR     2005     10hr 50min

Adapted from the international best-selling manga series by Yukiru Sugisaki, D?N?Angel is a romatic adventure with a fantastic premise. High School hottie Risa has two suitors: shy Daisuke and the magical thief Dark. Bu...  more »

     
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Actors: Takeshi Kusao, Akira Ishida, Ben Anderson, Takeshi Aono, Christine M. Auten
Director: Nobuyoshi Habara
Creators: Monica Rial, Sugisaki Yukiru
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, Animation, Animation, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Studio: Section 23
Format: DVD - Color - Animated,Dubbed
DVD Release Date: 12/06/2005
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 10hr 50min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 5
SwapaDVD Credits: 5
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English, Japanese, English
Subtitles: English

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Movie Reviews

One of the best animes!
D. Johnson | 10/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I just called Advfilms and they told me that this complete collection of DNAngel does have original Japanese Audio with english subtitles, it's so great:)
DNAngel is one of the best animes, the story, songs, music, art and design are so great, I totally love this anime:)
My favorite songs of it are True light and Caged bird, so touching, so beautiful.
DNAngel, I would rate it million stars if there could have!!:)

P.S. The complete collection does NOT have the extras on the Discs, if you like the songs and features, you might have to purchase the individual DVDs.
"
This version HAS Japanese audio
Mahdi Sobhi | United Arab Emerates | 12/11/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I bought this box set today & it does have the Japanese audio(2.0) beside English dubbed audio(5.1) Stephan!So its different from what you expected!About the product,5DVDs each in a thin DVD case contain all 26episodes & all packed in a box set.The only thing this set lacks is having any extra stuffs!Thats cuz they compressed 7DVDs to 5DVDs! lol
The Anime itself doesn't need any explanation the Manga was 1 of the best sellers ever!
So go ahead & enjoy"
Not as good as the manga
The Anime Adict | St. Cloud Mn USA | 02/27/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Now then let me first say that I've been a big fan of D. N. Angle since the manga was first previewed in new type four or five years ago. Add to this is that I've pretty much engraved every manga to come out into me perminately memory. I rented this series because I wanted to know how everything ended.

D. N. Angle is a good series, no doubt but I'm having trouble reviewing this one objectively for a few reasons. One is I just can't help but compare the manga version to the anime version. Two is the differences annoy and infuriate me.

Well lets start off the review with the englich voice acting which is good not great, I've heard better but it's descent. Two is animation, which is kind of odd, it his smooth but not fluid. This is probably because of the way it was directed with the camera constantly changing direction and refocusing of things, zooming in and out. Character designs are okay most are shallow but still somewhat likable. The music with all honesty was pretty good, not the best I've heard but still pretty good. The plot has quite a few twists that will keep you guessing. The ending felt rushed and lacking leaving you thinking wait that's it?


Now as you have probably noticed I personally did not really like this show. Mostly because of the huge difference in the anime and manga. This is a review for everyone that's read the manga like me and are thinking about buying this one. First the focus' are completely different. The anime mainly focus' on Daisake being the phantom thief and pretty much breezes over everything else, mean most of the first half of the series is just him doing jobs. The relationships which are the focus of the manga don't really start until about half way threw and then at a snails pace. In the manga Risa is betrayed as a brave and devoted girl that though selfish does care about Riku, other then that a normal girl. In the anime Risa is betrayed as more of a selfish, flake leaving you wondering what Daisake saw in her. Also in the manga Satoshi and Daisake are rather close even stated that Satoshi feelings of friendship towards Daisake are what causes him to transform. Another huge difference is that in the manga Daisake's feelings for Risa are kinda glossed over where as his relationship with Riku though romantic is like a wine that gets richer with time. In fact the last manga to come out had him wanting to save Risa from her situation not so much for his own feelings for her but because of the suffering it caused Riku. In the anime it's the reverse Daisake spends most of his time crushing on Risa and ignoring Riku all together. Another difference is that in the manga Dark is a far more tragic character, being able to love but never truly being able to be loved in return and eventually losing his love to his best friend, the one he's possessing then disappearing never to see them again. Also Dark's and Daisake's relationhip is far different in the two versions. In the manga Daisake and Dark are rather good friends with most of the comedy stemming from the two jeering each other or trying to keep their secret when they keep transforming at awkward times. The two act more like brothers then anything. Another jarring difference in the versions is in the manga Daisake's klutziness is an act which Riku notices, he actually is quite agile and graceful as well as sensitive where as in the anime he's a complete klutz/bonehead. Also Daisake's dad is the resident art/legend know it all and shows up a lot more and generally is more of the help.

Any way when everything's said and done I suggest you rent this one. If you can go get the manga it's much better, is unending at this point."
One of the best anime ever!
The Anime Adict | 12/30/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I got to admit that Amazon overpriced this item, but you wont tegret buying this item. This anime is about a boy named Daisuke Niwa who is has a special gene condition that whenever he sees this crush, Risa Harada, he turns into a famous phantom thief Dark Mousy. It is a rare magical boy anime & one of my favorite anime ever! I only rated it 4 stars because it is overpriced. But trust me, once you buy this item, you would want to watch it over & over again."