Back in the late '90s, Blame! started off the way a lot of anime series original start, as a manga series produced in Japan The series grew in popularity with the sci-fi and cyberpunk audiences, to the point where it eventually got a small series run in 2003, and eventually a film on Netflix from Polygon[...]
As part of our access to this year's Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, Bleeding Cool had the opportunity to screen writer/director Justin P. Lange's feature film debut The Dark.
With the upcoming thriller series set to debut later this month, Netflix has released the first preview clip for Seven Seconds from creator and executive producer Veena Sud (The Killing) and starring Regina King.
Time, the choices that we make, and how we deal with the ramifications are the underlying themes of Netflix's upcoming original crime anthology series Seven Seconds, created and executive produced by The Killing‘s Veena Sud.
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] BLAME!, the bestselling manga has been adapted into an animated film and has today (as of May 20th) been released as a Netflix Original on the streaming network Created by Tsutomu Nihei, the series had it's original incarnation as a 10 volume manga which was published between 1998 and today Directed by Hiroyuki Seshita and written by[...]
Armed with a powerful Graviton Beam Emitter, Kyrii fends off waves of attacks from fellow humans, cyborgs and silicon-based lifeforms." So reads the premise of Blame!, a ten-volume cyberpunk manga by Tsutomu Nihei which began in 1998 from Kodansha, and is currently being released in new English editions by Vertical Bleeding Cool contributor Adi Tantimedh just[...]
Nihei had previously created posthuman cyberpunk sagas like Blame! and Biomega, which were set in far-flung post-Singularity futures where humans had been genetically and cybernetically altered to the point of barely fitting the definition of "human" anymore His art style was dark, deliberately scratchy and messy to create an atmosphere of messy, sticky griminess with[...]