Wrapping up the series with 23 episodes across three discs, both the Standard Edition DVD box set and Limited Edition blu-ray box set — going for $44.82 and $54.97, respectively — contain episodes 139-161 as well as bonus features like trailers and clean openings and endings.
The blu-ray set, which comes in a “gorgeously illustrated” chipboard box, will also include a full-color art card, a 32-page booklet with summaries of individual episodes, and the final installment of “We Love Ranma Part 8 – We Love Rumiko Takahashi.”
Takahashi is the creator of the manga that inspired the series. She’s also known for creating other popular manga like “Inuyasha” and “Maison Ikkoku.”
“Ranma 1/2” made its Japanese debut in 1987 and wrapped up in 1996.
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