Third collection of episodes from the Japanese anime series. When Ryuko (voice of Ami Koshimizu)'s father is murdered, she travels to Honnouji Academy to discover the identity of his killer with one half of a scissor that was used to kill him, looking for the holder of the other half. In this instalment, Ryuko and Satsuki (Ryoka Yuzuki) try to settle their recent conflicts while battling against Ragyo (Romi Park), Nui (Yukari Tamura) and the Original Life Fibre, as Graduation Day approaches at the academy. The episodes are: 'Far from the Madding Crowd', 'Incomplete', 'Tell Me How You Feel', 'Imitation Gold', 'Past the Infinite Darkness' and 'Goodbye Again'.
Packed with extras including a 132-page art book and a limited edition box, exclusive to the UK release to store the series in!
Contains the last six episodes of the series with both the English dub and the original Japanese track with English subtitles.
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Does this come with the collection box? Also can it work on a us ps4?
It is directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi who is known for directing RE: Cutey Honey EP1, Gurren Lagann and Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt. He was also a key animator for Neon Genesis Evangelion. It is written by Kazuki Nakashima who has written the scripts for Re: Cutie Honey, Gurren Lagann and Oh! Edo Rocket. He was also responsible for the series composition of Gurren Lagann. The music was written and composed by Hiroyuki Sawano who is well know for making the soundtrack for Guilty Crown (2011), Attack on Titan (2013), Aldnoah.Zero (2014-2015) and his latest works has been on Seraph of the End (2015). Kill la Kill is a fast pased action/comedy/drama anime in the same vein as Gurren Lagann and Panty and Stocking. Kill la Kill is essentially a Magical Girl anime that does anything but take itself seriously. Kill la Kills first half is mostly focused on introducing the characters, the plot and building the relationship between the characters. When the last act of the first cour starts(the first 12 episodes) the series just doesn't stop and only keeps getting more and more ridiculous, although not as insane as Gurren Lagann. Kill la Kill is one of my all time favorite series and the soundtrack is also one of my favorites. I started watching it around the start of 2014, so Kill la Kill had just finished its first cour and was just starting the second cour. I practically marathoned the first 13 episodes in a day and it just kept getting better and better, never stopping to slow down for more than a few minutes at a time. When the series had finished airing (both before and after the OVA) I wanted to throw some monetary support in Studio Triggers general direction, but I found that buying anime, especially Blu Rays, to cost more than I was willing to pay at the time. But after a friend recommended Zavvi, I finally said **** it and just purchased Kill la Kill. The decision was made a lot easier, since Zavvi had discounted the series by a total of 50% and they had added a 10% voucher that I used to get it at less than 50% the original price. Part 2 and 3 came after only 3 days after ordering them (part 1 had to be ordered with standard delivery while Part 2 and 3 was tracked delivery) and I can say the box quality is great. Part 2s box has both an artbook of what I'm guessing is roughly 200 pages and a cover for the two discs containing episode 10-19. Both the cover and artbook fits in the bigger Part 2 box without any issues. I'm going to assume that the Part 1 box and its content will be more comparable to the larger Part 2 box rather than the smaller Part 3 box. The Box for part 3 is smaller, as the cover was built to only contain one disc instead of two and the artbook only covers episode 20-25, half of the episodes the other two covers. This becomes an issue, not a major one, but one I'd still like to mention. Since both the cover for the discs and artbook are smaller the same thing goes for the box containing them. Personally I find it could be just a little bigger as you can't just turn the box and few degrees and easily remove its contents, but have to turn it so the opening faces downwards and the shake it gently to have the discs and the artbook slide out of the box, allowing you to pull the rest of them out. One could say it's a bit tight. The artbooks for part 2 contains concept art in black and white, the concept art shows scenes from the anime in an almost mangaish way, just with way less context, no speech and doesn't cover episodes, just some select scenes and events. It also has some concept art of the characters. Part 3s artbook contains art in full cover showing what is essentially highly detailed versions of the backgrounds in the anime. Part 3 was also contained in a larger box that is made to contain all 3 parts. The box came with some square pieces of cardboard meant to stabilize Part 3 in the big box until it's united with Part 1 and 2. Currently Part 2 and 3 is in the box with the space reserved for Part 1 being "held warm" by a few peices of card board. The front of the box has the name of the Anime written on it and the right side has the KlK logo on it. The left side has a black and white image of Ryuko and Satsuki that appears to be based of a scene from episode 22 and on the back of the box there's an image of Ryuko holding Senketsu in her arms. The lid is easily removable and it appears big enough to contain all 3 parts of the anime.
Awesome anime, watched this anime 4 times already, just really want to buy the collector's edition. Not much else to say other than I'd recommend watching it.
excellent fast service, xmas pres so hopefully all ok