Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Ranma 1/2 Season 2-Anything Goes|
Actor: Ranma 1; 2
Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Now you can own the complete collection of Ranma 1/2, Season 2 for one low price with the Ranma 1/2 Anything Goes Martial Arts DVD Boxset! — A compilation of the entire second season of Rumiko Takahashi's wildly hilarious m... more »
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Always Samsung | New York, NY | 08/31/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
Thats one of the words to describe this greatly crafted anime title. Ranma 1/2 is a legendary series that almost every anime fan knows of. It ranks up there as one of my ALL TIME faves along with Sailormoon. This is the last season where the art work is really decent. In season 3 for some strange reason the art work seems a bit on the sloppy side. When this box set was originally released in a bigger box & case it ran for its retail price of 120.00 which is alot of money. You were literally paying 30 bucks per DVD and in my opinion defeats the whole purpose of releasing a box set to push more units and save money. Anyways this is a great season and continues the funny rants & stories of Ranma & Akane. Just to note season 3 is also the last time to enjoy the Ranma's male voice actor. In season 4 they cast a new lead & the shows down right awful in english with the new male cast. He is trying way to hard to sound BUTCH. I thought Sarah Strange who does Ranma's male voice did a great job & made the series quite funny. I got season 2 of this box set in its new slimmer case design from Amazon with free shipping for only $25.99. Now thats a deal. Many years ago if you wanted anime filled with 26 episodes you needed to get ready and shell out alot of dough. This was a total bargain & i am so pleased with my purchase. The lack of 5 stars is from my only complaint, there was some distortion in certain episodes as if the DVD was taken from like an old VHS tape and was then ported straight to DVD. As you know if you constantly rewind & fast foward VHS tapes your eventually gonna wear out the film & it gets a bit sloppy where it seems like its going up and down at times. There were only a few instances where this happened & it only lasted a second or 2. Not a big deal, but at this point with this being the 2nd re-release of the box set you'd think they have it PERFECT by now. Enjoy =)"
Happosai | Tendo Dojo | 01/07/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The 2nd Season of Rumiko Takahashi's beloved series "Ranma 1/2" is filled with plenty of action. New characters join the series in this season. Shampoo returns from China. With Shampoo is her great grandmother, a master in martial arts dating back from 3000 years of Chinese Amazon History. Shampoo's suitor, Mousse, follows her from China and bears a grudge against Ranma Saotome. It appears that Shampoo is Ranma's new fiancee according to Amazon Tribal Law. The last character to join this season is myself - a perverted old man who steals ladies underwear and has a thing for female bodies, esp. female Ranma. I am also the master of the School of Anything Goes with Soun Tendo, Genma Saotome, and Ranma Saotome as my disciples.
In this season we learn that Akane can't cook, Ryoga and Ranma both learn a new technique, and Ranma will do anything to become a whole man again. Ranma weakness is shown."
A worthy 2nd season to the series.
Wiiviewer | San Diego, CA | 10/17/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This season of Ranma 1/2 has some of the best storylines of the manga. The Breaking Point, The Ice Skating Fight, and the whole plot with Shampoo's Grand Mother.
This season gets 4 stars because this season is where all character development stops (Just like in the manga). This is the season where they start thinking of strange plots and add characters to the plot just to have them there. Personally I think they should have dropped all the one episode plot lines out the window and kept the arc's going.
3/4 of the season is just great! When you get to the tail end starting with the "Spring of drowned man in Japan" eps you know the bad episodes are coming.
Buy it now. It's worth it."