Tetsu drifts in
the open sea. As his life flashes before him, he begins to
black out. But when he comes to, he finds himself resting on
the hull of a half-sunken ship.
His savior is
one of the enemy. As time passes, he begins to understand
them. Meanwhile, Mayumi hasn't given up on him. When
the Blue Sub No. 6 finds him, will he be able to prevent more
lives being lost?
• Region 1 encoding
(US and Canada only)
• Color, Dolby, AC-3
• Bilingual: English & Japanese!
SECRET(S): None that I know of.
BLUE SUBMARINE No. 6
is a DVD I was thinking back-and-forth if I should buy it or not.
Here are my reasons: #1) There is only one episode for
30 minutes. If you are an anime fan, you know this is
ludicrous. In the past, most commercial releases are two per
tape. On DVD's, we are use to four episodes but I suppose
Bandai needs to make money to help pay the CGI designers.
#2) The back cover art of the characters first gave me the
impression that this must of been some 70's anime that I missed
out on and then there is the price. Most places have it for
$19-$24 but thank kamisama for Amazon.com which has the best price
for this DVD title.
As I said in my review
of episode 1, I was hoping things would get better in the
storyline and boy oh boy, things get better. First, I was
really surprised of how good the second episode looks. The
sound and the CGI animation and video quality were awesome!
But I said that with the first, what makes episode 3 the best so
far? Well, the storyline is better. More battles and
more of a plot which leads me to want to watch the third episode
Again, most people are
going to be upset that there is only one episode per DVD and I can
understand that. But I looked past that now that I can get
the DVD for $13.99 at Amazon.com. This second episode is
worth purchasing if you bought the first. The storyline does
THE DVD EXTRAS: C
THE DVD OVERALL: B+
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