"BLAME!" Anime Film 2nd Trailer Introduces Theme Song by angela

Hiroyuki Seshita (Ajin: Demi-Human)-directed film will be released on May 20

The official website for the upcoming anime film adaptation of Japanese manga artist Tsutomu Nihei's first serialized manga work BLAME! today released a 100-second second trailer introducing its theme song "Calling you" performed by two-member unit angela

  

2nd trailer

  

BLAME! is based on Nihei' short story BLAME (without the exclamation mark) that won the Special Jury

Award in the Four Seasons Award manga contest held by Kodansha's Monthly Evening in summer of 1995.

The long story version was serialized in the magazine from 1997 to 2003, then compiled in 10 tankobon

volumes. The srory is set in the distant future where what’s left of the human race resides within the

Megastructure, a vast and dangerous labyrinth that has grown wild and out of control. Thrown into this

world is the mysterious Killy, a strange individual who is on a quest to bring civilization back from the

brink of oblivion. 

 

Polygon Pictures, previously worked on the anime adaptations of Nihei's Knights of Sidonia series, again

works on anime production. Hiroyuki Seshita, who directed the Knights of Sidonia anime and the recent

Ajin: Demi-Human, serves as the director. The original manga creator Nihei supervises the anime project

that tells an all-new story, handling script and character design. The film will be released in 27 theaters

in Japan on May 20 for a limited time of two weeks, and will be simultaneously streamed on Netflix globally.

 

The second edition of the advance tickets with a 1/35 scale figure of Safeguard (Extermination TYPE-01)

will be available at the theaters from tomorrow, April 1.

 

  

 

Poster visual

 

 

1st trailer for Netflix

  

 

Tankobon 1st volume: Original (1998)  and New Edition (2015)

 

 

Source: "BLAME!" official website

 

© Tsutomu Nihei, Kodansha/BLAME! Production Committee

 

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