Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Ranma 1/2 Season 4 - Outta Control|
Actor: Ranma 1/2
Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Outta Control It's not easy being teenage martial artist Ranma Saotome, but it's even worse when your martial-artist father Genma takes you from home at an early age to go on a decade-long training mission. He doesn't spe... more »
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Better then i thought.!
D,A,B, | Va | 12/12/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Yea this season had some very funny episodes, ok so every one said this season sucked but it wasent all that bad,Alright so in this season Ranma gets a new voice acter Richard Cox The same voice that plays inuyasha yes its weird out first because his voice seems much deeper but once you get to about the 3 disc you start to get used to it but its still Ranma!,But other that the new voice acter this season is pretty good well at least i liked it and also in this season Ranma and Akane start to become more close but they still fight but in a more friendly way,It Doesnt that much muti episode arcs mostly just 30 min single episodes that are just Fun and funny all the charicter are there but theres less shampoo in this season also i dident really care for the first disc ,but still this season has some really good episodes that you wont want to miss if your a huge ranma fan like me but if you dont like ranma that much i wouldent gett this season."
Still Great But Next Time Hope Better Video Quality
Rich | CA | 03/05/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I just got Ranma season 4 and 5 and for the video and audio quality I suggest reading my review of season 2 the qaulity is about the same that being said the series is still great as well as affordable.I do want to point out two things though I found some reviewers complaining about the topless scenes of Ranma you have to understand in Japan as well as Most of Europe topless or almost full nudity is not as taboo over there as it is here in the U.S. so most people from these countries don't find it very offensive as some people here do.Another thing is there have been some misleading information that the series has adult sex scenes in them that is not true except for some topless scenes in some episodes Ranma is mostly comedic do not believe this false accusation.If some people don't like the series just don't watch it do not give out such discrediting stories of the anime.I am now just waiting for the final two seasons to come out I just hope the do more with the video on these last two seasons."
The fourth season box set of Ranma 1/2
Lesley Aeschliman | Enumclaw, WA | 12/31/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This set contains a total of twenty-four episodes. The first four discs contain five episodes, while the fifth disc contains four episodes and the special features.
The special features menu contains five options: "Line Art Gallery," "Textless Opening," "Textless Ending," "Cast List," and "Actor Profiles." As you would expect, the textless opening and ending are just the opening and ending credits without the text. However, it should be noted that for the textless opening, it is a textless version of the original Japanese opening (the English graphic for the title that covers the Japanese graphic is absent from this version of the opening). The line art gallery has twenty-eight pages of model sketches of the characters that appear on this DVD box set. The cast list is a list of the English and Japanese voice actors for each character. The actor profiles are selected filmographies for the English voice actors.
Ranma 1/2 Outta Control is a rather "low frills" DVD set, and the extras are similar to what can be found on Ranma 1/2 Anything-Goes Martial Arts and Ranma 1/2 Hard Battle. While these features are better than what appeared on the first Ranma 1/2 DVD box set, I wish an effort had been made to track down some of the English voice actors and include interviews with them as extras on the DVD box sets.
This season of Ranma 1/2 introduces the principal for Furinkan High School, a new disciple for the Tendo Dojo (who only appears in one episode), and a character that appeared in the second season of Ranma 1/2 makes a return appearance. This season also saw a couple of stories that ran for more than one episode (these kind of story arcs were all but gone during the third season of Ranma 1/2).
Ranma 1/2 is very enjoyable for an older audience (16 and up), and really should be in an anime fan's DVD collection."