— Complete Collection —
Genre(s): Anime, Comedy, Romance
Sentai Filmworks | TV14 – 300 min. – $59.98 | August 16, 2016
Date Published: 08/15/2016 | Author: The Movieman
Things have been looking sunny for Arata Kasuga lately. Unfortunately it’s been the wrong sun in the sky, and the mysterious Breakdown Phenomenon that accompanied it has destroyed his town and stolen his beloved cousin Hijiri, leaving Arata in a fantasy world of his own creation! But the appearance of the so-called Black Sun also revealed his magical abilities, which could be just what he needs to get his cousin back.
These powers make Arata a candidate for Demon Lord, and he enrolls in the Royal Biblia Academy to honor them and become a mage. Little did he know that what awaited him were seven beautiful female mages with powers linked to the same “Sins” he must master to put his world back together. And of course, the tricky part is that these girls have some plans of their own…
The lessons in sin are about to begin as Arata takes on the Trinity Seven!
SPECIAL FEATURES – 0.5/5
|The two-disc release comes in a slim Blu-ray case. The only features included are the show’s Clean Opening & Closing Animations.
VIDEO – 4.25/5
|Sentai Filmworks releases Trinity Seven onto Blu-ray presented with a 1080p high-definition transfer shown in the show’s originally televised 1.78 widescreen aspect ratio. Colors generally are bright and detail, not surprisingly, is sharp with only minimal instances of some banding.
AUDIO – 4.0/5
|Each episode comes with the choice of an English or Japanese language DTS-HD Master Audio Stereo track. Either option is perfectly fine, though I prefer to listen to the origin country’s language but even switching to the English version, the audio is perfectly fine with clear dialogue while depth is on the limited side.
OVERALL – 3.0/5
Overall, Trinity Seven is a fun little anime series with some solid animation, character designs as well as compelling enough storylines riding the line of comedy and drama. The Blu-ray released by Sentai Filmworks is basic with no real features while the video/audio transfers are both well done.
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