Coming up on October 14th, 3DCG film GANTZ:O adapts the Osaka arc from Hiroya Oku's sci-fi action manga series. Leading in to this, CGWORLD magazine issue 210, out October 9th will profile Digital Frontier's work on the feature, starting starting by opting for levity rather than Gantz's typical brutality with a Mr. Osomatsu parody. Get a look after the jump.
The official website for GANTZ:O, the upcoming 3DCG film based on the Osaka arc from Hiroya Oku's sc-fi action manga series GANTZ, has posted its new poster visual and a 90-second full trailer featuring the theme song "Ningen Video" performed by The Dresscodes. Check the action-packed new clip after the jump!
Toho Animation's official YouTube channel has posted a two-minute music video for "Ningen Video" (Human Video), the theme song for the upcoming 3DCG film GANTZ:O, performed by Ryohei Shima's one-person project The Dresscodes. The clip consists of only 3DCG footage from the film.
On Twitter, Hiroya Oku, author of mature audience series like Gantz and the currently running Inuyashiki, does some conventional promotional work for his manga and manga by his peers. He's pretty big on retweeting other users' positive reactions. He'll RT stupid things like stunt-comedian Steve-O bouncing a ball into a woman's cleavage. And, most notably, he occasionally gets a bit real about the the necessities of creative work.