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Black Lagoon Complete Box Set

Funimation Anime DVD Release

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  • Jul 6, 2010
Great anime, Great manga! A must watch
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The episodes of the Black Lagoon anime are based on the manga series of the same name by Rei Hiroe. The episodes of the first season of the anime were directed by Sunao Katabuchi, animated by Madhouse Studios, and produced by Geneon Entertainment and Shogakukan.[1] In the second season, known as Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage, Shogakukan was not involved in the production.[2] The English adaptation of the episodes is licensed by Geneon Entertainment.[1][2] The plot of the episodes follows the adventures of a Japanese businessman, Rokuro Okajima, after he is abducted by the members of the ship Black Lagoon and joins their crew under the moniker "Rock".

The first season aired from April 8, 2006, to June 24, 2006, on Chiba TV in Japan.[1] The second season began airing on October 3, 2006, on KBS Kyoto, TV Nagoya, TV Kanagawa, and Sun TV, and concluded its run on December 19, 2006.[2] The English adaptations of both seasons were aired continuously from October 26, 2007, to April 11, 2008, on G4techTV Canada; the English episodes were also broadcast in the United States from February 26, 2008, to May 13, 2008, on Starz Edge.[1][2]

Four pieces of theme music are used for the episodes: one opening theme and three closing themes. The opening theme is "Red fraction" by Mell. The three closing themes are "Don't Look Behind" by Edison, used for all the episodes of the first season and the second season save episode fifteen, which featured "The World ...

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Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure
Release Date: 2006
DVD Release Date: September 29, 2009
Runtime: 600 minutes
Studio: Madhouse
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