The other two episodes are different though as, although
still fun, much more references to the character past is made and can make for
frustrating viewing. The cliches throughout the DVD are, to say the least,
pretty shocking as plot revolving around hot springs, over-the-top demons and
romantic trees means you know what it coming from a mile off.
Despite plot weaknesses though Sorcerer Hunters is the first
title I have seen in a long time that I can truly call Saturday night viewing.
Action, laughter and tonnes of nudity makes this superb lazy viewing to watch
while drinking with a few mates. Fans of the original manga might try and
say that the strength of this DVD is that the character design is incredibly
close to the manga but don't let them fool you. The strength lies in
humour, nudity and a bit of action thrown in.
Not a great deal here. There is a credit-free opening sequence,
the original trailers for this OVA series and previews of similar ADV titles.
For an old title like this though you can't expect much more and, at £14.99, it
is cheaper then most anime DVDs.