Un-go Complete Collection Blu-ray from Section 23

Un-go Complete Collection Blu-ray from Section 23
Un-go Complete Collection Blu-ray from Section 23 Un-go Complete Collection Blu-ray from Section 23 Un-go Complete Collection Blu-ray from Section 23 Un-go Complete Collection Blu-ray from Section 23 Un-go Complete Collection Blu-ray from Section 23 (click images to enlarge)
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Some call him the 'Last Great Detective'. Others call him the 'Defeated Detective'. What's certain is that he's Shinjurou Yuuki, a young man with a passion for mysteries and a talent for solving them that has made him the target of dark forces now stirring within the sinister underworld of a near future Tokyo. That could prove lethal, given that not even the other 'good guys,' including the police, are exactly on Shinjouro's side. Fortunately Yuuki's not completely on his own, and with the aid of his uniquely talented associate Inga, he's ready to cut a swath through the veils of secrecy that have been laid before him. Get ready for mind against matter and a lot of cloak and dagger as the ultimate battle of clue and deduction begins in UN-GO!

The broadcast series Un-Go (2011) is based on the Meiji-Era Detective Stories of the noted postwar novelist and intellectual Ango Sakaguchi. Yuuki Shinjurou has the dubious moniker of "The Defeated Detective." Although he coolly unravels the most complex cases involving murder and corruption in the highest echelons of a future Japan, his solutions are rejected in favor of the facile answers provided by "super detective" Rinroku Kaishou, the chairman of the sinister JJ Systems corporation. Inga, whom Yuuki describes as his boss, usually appears as an androgynous adolescent, but at key moments, he transforms into a buxom woman who can force any person to answer one question. Despite this weird setup, the early episodes of Un-Go may strike viewers as an adult version of the popular mystery series Case Closed. Both involve detectives who fail to get credit for their brilliant solutions to baffling crimes. But the conclusions of pint-sized Conan Edogawa always carry the day, even if they're delivered by the harebrained Detective Moore: "One Truth Prevails!" Officials reject Yuuki's solutions in favor of Kaishou's, which protect rich and prominent criminals. The narrative goes off the rails in episode six, degenerating into a bizarre fantasy involving creatures with hallucinogenic powers, elaborate cases of disguised identity, terrorist plots, religious cults, and a soi-disant novelist who writes his stories "on reality." Un-Go reunites director Seiji Mizushima, screenwriter Shou Aikawa, and much of the rest of the crew from Fullmetal Alchemist, but lightning doesn't strike twice. None of the characters in Un-Go can match the Elric brothers' charm, and the story simply falls apart. (Rated TV 14: violence, violence against women, nudity, sexual situations, risqué humor, tobacco and alcohol use) --Charles Solomon

(1. Murder at the Ball, 2. Pitiless Song, 3. Masked Mansion, 4. House, Unmasked, 5. The State of Illusion, 6. The Code Too Simple, 7. Daydream, 8. King of Paradise, 9. Kaishou Rinroku's Crime, 10. Kaishou Rinroku's Funeral, 11. I'm Just Searching)

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