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The Familiar Zero: Knight Of The Twin Moon - Complete Collection Season 2 (2007/Sentai Blu-ray)

Picture: A Sound: B+ Extras: C Episodes: A-

After being summoned to another world, Saito passed up the chance to return home when he decided to stay with Louise, but on the brink of war, what is their relationship? Familiar, partners, friends.... or maybe something even more? As Louise learn to control her new Void power, can she and Saito protect Queen, Kingdom, and Magic Academy from those who would destroy it? But more importantly, will Louise ever admit her feelings for Saito?

Saito was an ordinary boy until he got summoned to a world of magic and dragons, now he is not only Louise's protector and familiar but also a knight of the realm too. Saito is against Louise going to war, but he still decides to protect her and all their friends. Louise on the other hand believes herself to be a true noble and to fight and die for the Queen is the greatest honor a noble can have. While she cares for Saito she can't help but get jealous when other girls (including a certain buxom maid and even the queen) are near him, but it would be a cold day in hell before she ever admits her true feelings toward him in The Familiar Zero: Knight Of The Twin Moon - Complete Collection Season 2 (2007).

This was a comical anime, full of magic and beautiful girls. And of course, this leaves the main heroine riled up whenever she sees her man is surrounded by other girls (who the same feelings towards the hero). And while the hero remains mostly devoted to Louise, he can't help but be attracted to other girls who aren't as into S&M as much as her. In the end, he teaches her nobility is an illusion create by those in power and a poor substitute for pride, and proves it is far better to be honest to one's heart.

The 1080p 1.78 X 1 image is great and holds up, especially for its age, while the DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) 2.0 Stereo is as good as it can get, especially for the show being much older than most of late. Extras include Clean Opening & Closing Credits, plus Sentai Trailers.

Episodes include....

Her Majesty the Queen's Zero - Henrietta becomes the Queen, Louise and Saito becomes the Queen's agents.

The Vow of Wind and Water - The Queen gets kidnapped by her supposed dead fiance.

The Priest's Sword - A new rival appears for Louise's affection, Julio.

The Three Valliere Sisters - Louise gets taken by her two big sisters who wants her to marry off.

The Spy's Seal - There is a traitor with the Institute of Magic.

The Queen's Holiday - The Queen goes off alone on an adventure with Saito to catch a traitor noble.

The Underground Secret Document - Captain Agnes searches an underground library for answers to who destroyed her hometown.

Crisis at the Institute of Magic - Terrorist take over the Institute of Magic and hold it's students hostage.

The Atonement of Flames - Mr. Colbert turns out to be the one who saved Agnes and the person who also destroyed her village.

Enemy on the Snowy Alps - Louise and Saito crash lands on a snowy mountain in enemy territory.

The Silver Pentecost - Louise unable to admit her mistake, goes off alone on a mission without Saito.

The Farewell Wedding Ceremony - Louise and Saito exchange vows, and Saito remains behind to face the Albion forces alone.

- Ricky Chiang


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