Eureka Seven: Part 1 - Blu-ray
Synopsis: "Renton is a teenager trapped working as a mechanic in a backwater town. He dreams of joining up with a daredevil group of pilots known as Gekkostate and following in his father's heroic footsteps.
When a mysterious beauty named Eureka shows up asking for a tune-up, Renton soon finds himself drawn into a high-flying mechanic dogfight that makes him a target of the military. When the dust settles on the spectacular battle, Renton is invited to join Gekkostate, but he soon discovers that even a dream come true has a dark side."
Contains episodes 1 to 26 on Blu-Ray, with both the English dub and the original Japanese track with English subtitles. Also included is a bonus DVD disc with extras.
- Episode 01 Commentary with Yuko Sanpei (Renton) and Kaori Nazuka (Eureka)
- Episode 07 Commentary with Yuko Sanpei (Renton), Kaori Nazuka (Eureka) and Mamoru Miyano (Moondoggie)
- Episode 13 Commentary with Yuko Sanpei (Renton), Kaori Nazuka (Eureka) and Shigenori Yamazaki (Dominic)
- Episode 15 Commentary with Yuko Sanpei (Renton), Kaori Nazuka (Eureka), Akio Nakamura (Matthieu) and Mayumi Asano (Hilda)
- Episode 20 Commentary Yuko Sanpei (Renton), Kaori Nazuka (Eureka) and Keiji Fujiwara (Holland)
- Episode 26 Commentary with Yuko Sanpei (Renton), Kenichi Yoshida (Character Designer) and Masayuki Miyaji (Storyboard Artist)
- Textless Opening Song #1
- Textless Opening Song #2
- Textless Ending Song #3
- Textless Ending Song #4
- Interview with Yuko Sanpei (Renton) & Kaori Nazuka (Eureka) Part 1*
- Interview with Yuko Sanpei (Renton) & Kaori Nazuka (Eureka) Part 2*
- Interview with Stephanie Sheh (Eureka)*
- Interview with Johnny Yong Bosch (Renton)*
- Interview with Keiji Fujiwara (Holland) and Michiko Neya (Talho) Part 1*
- Interview with Crispin Freeman (Holland) Part 1*
*This content is on the bonus DVD disc.
Release Date: 20/11/2017
No. of discs: 4 (3 x Blu-ray + 1 DVD)
Format: Blu-Ray (plus DVD disc with extras)
Audio: English, Japanese
Runtime: 625 mins (approx)
Region: B | 2
Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 1080i (SD Remaster)
*Pillar Boxed video: When this series was made, it was before 16x9 became standard for anime. As such, it was animated for viewing on older 4:3 ratio televisions. To retain its originally intended video size, black bars will appear at the sides of television screens.
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