Besides, just about every series has a lack of a 'end' in some way. There is always story worth telling, its just not profitable to do so. So they try to wrap it up with a 'happy ever after' if possible, or just 'kill everyone off' as an alternative.
Well I own all the disks and it is there. just got done watching it here on Funimation. I streamed it. when it was on Netflix about 2 years ago they had Two-Topic Gossip there. But Funimation does not have it…
It may not be listed as part of the "Black Friday", but it is one of the "Deals of the Week"- 50% off. ~_^
Alright thanks, but I still just wondered why it's showing up on the Black Friday page since I do know that those two other anime products were next to the Sekirei season 1 DVD were in the Black Friday page and they were in the list, but, not the Sekirei season 1DVD itself?
6 months later (sorry) I would recommend starting from about chapter 59 or so, which is where the anime started diverging from the manga pretty significantly (at first with Yukari and Shiina). At first it's the B-stories that diverge…the main plot stays pretty close to what was in the adaptation (or vice-versa) until after Matsu gets done with her extended history lesson in chapter 73. Then all bets are off.
@AmericanPie. As mentioned, for show specific questions and disscussions, please use that shows folder to make threads in. Also, Funimation does not control how many seasons a show has, thats up to the company/studio/network/etc in Japan. There is currently no third season out in Japan, thus no third season for Funi to dub/stream over here.
Also please check before making threads, as we often get duplicate threads asking for X season of Y anime, it just causes clutter and becomes a bit of a hasstle to go through the forums and close duplicate threads of people asking for a third season of Sekirie, Hanagai, R+V, etc.