Viz Media announced at this week's New York Comic Con that the company has licensed Blame! for home video release. The 2017 CGI anime movie from Hiroyuki Seshita at Polygon Pictures adapts Tsutomu Nihei's cyber-horror manga. It streamed on Netflix. More after the jump.
If you're checking out BLAME! on Netflix today, you may notice a song from a familiar group. J-pop duo angela's song "Calling you" goes worldwide today with the film. Hit the jump for more info, and to find out where you can see them live!
To promote the upcoming theatrical release in Japan and streaming on Netflix worldwide, the official website for the upcoming anime film adaptation of Japanese manga artist Tsutomu Nihei's first serialized manga work BLAME! has posted a 80-second longer version clip that was previously inserted in the eighth episode of Knights of Sidonia: War of the Ninth Planet.
The world of BLAME! just got realer. VIVE dealers around Japan will be offering chances to step into Tsutomi Nihei's world in VR, taking the role of the story's hero. See samples and find out more about the campaign after the jump.
Tsutomu Nihei masterworks BLAME! and Knights of Sidonia are getting a double announcement event on NicoNico! The shared crew of both upcoming films are getting together for a live streaming event in anticipation of the two new films. Hit the jump to find out more!