Ranma 1/2 – Outta Control – The Complete Fourth Season Boxed Set

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In ranma 1/2 outta control the fourth season of adventures based on the comics of rumiko takahashi were introduced to ranmas high school principal the infamous gambling king ranmas mom an all-ryoga episode and more. Studio: Viz Media Llc Release Date: 12/10/2002 Run time: 600 minutes Rating: NrAmazon.com
The fourth broadcast season of this popular transgender comedy feels less inspired than the third (collected in the Hard Battle set). Ranma’s duel w… More >>

Ranma 1/2 – Outta Control – The Complete Fourth Season Boxed Set

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5 Comments
  1. how many DVD are in this movie {The Complete Fourth Season Boxed Set}
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Its not as bad as people have made it out too be. The only episode that I didn’t care for was the first one. I don’t see what the problem was with Richard Cox doing the voice. He’s the closest that they can get without Sara Strange.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. I was initially disappointed when I finally got my hands on this a few days ago, but the set does redeem itself. Still, there’s almost as much to complain about as there is to like with this fourth season release of the well-known Ranma 1/2 series, and some stuff Viz should really know better than to pull. Nevertheless, this set still comes out on the positive side…

    The usual Ranma warnings about occasional cartoon nudity apply, although there’s really very little this time and this particular set is pretty much all-ages. DVD quality is acceptable and the transfer is pretty much the same solid if unspectacular quality of the previous three. As before, ‘virgin’ versions of the lead and ending credits are on the final disc, along with cast bios and a line-art gallery.

    Here’s the bottom line. If you’re Japanese-capable (or don’t mind subtitles), start on disc 3 in the original Japanese and have a ball. These aren’t all the series’ best, but they’re still lots of fun. However, if you’re English-only, the new boy-Ranma may be tough to stomach, and newbies to the show might look elsewhere. It’s still a lot of gender-bendin’ fun at a reasonable price, but just be aware of what you’re buying.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. Ranma Saotome has overcome some pretty tricky obstacles in the past three seasons. Surely he can over come a brand new principal from Hawaii…right? The fourth season of Ranma ? really lives up to his subtitle `Outta Control’, so much that it leaves you confused at the end.

    I enjoy the crazy antics that Ranma dished out so far, but as far as plot goes this new batch of episodes was a bit on the weak side. There are a few great parts in this season. The story where Ranma loses his powers is probably the most heartfelt. It really brings his feelings out especially to Akane. There is also an episode where Ranma comes clean to Shampoo and tells her he really doesn’t love her (Don’t expect Shampoo to take that so easily). Still, there are episodes that make you wonder why. Shampoo gets engaged to a giant cat; Tatewake Kuno dates Akane’s sister Nabiki, crazy Azusa and yes, even Ranma! The other problem with this season is that there are way too many one hit wonder characters. Examples include, The Poker King, Hatta and the new school Coach (who leaves at the end of his debut episodes.

    Don’t skip this season altogether, because there is plenty of wackiness, laughs and fun. I just hope you can handle it all!

    *Recomended Episode: Extra, Extra! Kuno & Nabiki: Read All About It!*
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. I’m going to list the good and bad things in this season.

    The good things are!

    -Ranma has a new voice actor, so he doesn’t have a dumb sounding laugh anymore.

    -A new character appears, but…

    Now on to the bad.

    -but… He has a deep and annoying voice…

    -Shampoo is barly in this season, and every time she does appears, she seems to be the “bad guy”.

    -There are some really boring episodes…

    -Some of the only good episodes are the ones with Shampoo in them, there are a few other good ones without her, but still…

    -Ranma has a new english voice actor, so it might be hard to get use to.

    -Ranma is really mean and rude to his Fiances in this season.

    Well that is my good/bad review. For some reason I don’t really like Akane in this season either, maybe it’s because I don’t want Ranma to marry her… Anyway, buy this season only if you are collecting the entire series of Ranma 1/2 (Like me) Otherwise just skip this one, you won’t be missing much.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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