This limited edition box set of Kill la Kill vol 1 features the first four episodes of the fast-paced, provocative fighting anime on blu ray and DVD with a few extras.
Those four episodes are titled below:
If Only I Had Thorns Like a Thistle
So Sexy She Might Pass Out
Dawn of a Miserable Morning
The episodes are available on both Blu Ray and DVD in the limited edition box set. Video is in 16×9 aspect ratio, either in 1080p for Blu Ray or 480i for DVD. Blu Ray audio options include English Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo or Japanese Linear PCM 2.0 Stereo; while DVD audio options include English or Japanese, both in Linear PCM Stereo 2.0. Subtitle options include on screen text and translated English, Spanish, or none.
Packaged alongside the anime is a rearrange and remix soundtrack CD featuring a total of 10 tracks composed and arranged by Hiroyuki Sawano. Those tracks are titled below:
Before my body is dry: [nZk] ver.
Blummenkranz: [nZk] ver.
Suck your blood: [nZk] ver.
Light your heart up: [nZk] ver.
Till I Die: [nZk] ver.
Before my body is dry: [nZk] ver. INST
Blummenkranz: [nZk] ver. INST
Suck your blood: [nZk] ver. INST
Light your heart up: [nZk] ver. INST
Till I Die: [nZk] ver. INST
Physical extras in this limited edition include six normal-sized post cards with special Kill la Kill artwork:
Finally, a double-sided poster folded in fours (four times the size of a blu ray case) is also included in this set, meaning you will only be able to display one side at a time.
As always, Right Stuf overprices their anime and splits it up into far too many box sets. If you’re a true collector of Kill la Kill, you will want to add this to your collection. However, if you’re just an average fan or you want to save some cash, purchase the complete Kill la Kill box set instead.