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Darker Than Black: The Complete First Series Box Set (6 Discs)

Featuring: Brina Palencia, Jason Liebrecht & John Swasey

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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  unexpectedly brilliant

| | See all spikle's reviews (4)

At first i was unsure about buying it so i read the other reviews and they seemed to like it so i took a chance and bought it and i have to say that was the best chance i had ever taken. The story was surprising in many ways and the main protagonist is always has a myserious aura. trust me its definitley worth the money.

  Refreshing story-line

| | See all ultradma's reviews (5)

Darker then Black has got a be one of the better animes I've seen so far. The story line itself is really refreshing because differents parts of the overall story are being told per two episodes. This way you don't get the idea you're watching the same basic epidose over and over again.
The overall look and feel of this serie is also very good and the dvd-menus look very professional. The various dvd's contain some extra's like charachter desrictions and some basic art work.
The product itself is just a box with six dvd's, so no art-cards or booklets are included. Looking at the price though, I'd say it's excellent value for money.

  Different and good

| | See all warsfantastic's reviews (3)

First off the main character Hei is brilliant. The way he fights is class and his characters background is slowly developed throughout the season. Also adding to it is the fact that Hei and his team are technically bad guys working for a secretive black market style organisation called the 'Syndacate'. Also the opposition characters are very good with several of them being very likeable. This is a great 1st season which is only improved upon by the second.

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