About Ajin Blu-ray
Ajin contains episodes 1-13 and the movie.
When the truck slammed into Kei Nagai's body, he should have died instantly. Instead, the high-school student finds himself resurrected, with all of his wounds somehow healed. However, Kei's real problems are just starting. Now revealed to be an Ajin, one of a mysterious new breed of demi-human that have begun appearing around the world, he's been marked with an international bounty, and in the eyes of the world's governments, Kei is a specimen to be contained by any means possible.
Now he's on the run, unable to trust anyone except his closest friend, and his only hope is to discover the terrifying secrets behind his new abilities before he's forced to use them in battle! When you have an infinite number of lives ahead of you, death is only the beginning!
Special Features: Animatic Process Scenes, Movie Teasers, Clean Opening Animation and Clean Closing Animation
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Horror, Mystery
- Themes: Supernatural
- Age Rating: 17+
- Run Time: 325
- Release Date: 5/16/2017
- Weight: 0.23
Ratings & Reviews
by Robby -
The first thing you've got to mention when talking about this show is the CGI animation that is used. If you've never heard of this show before now I would highly suggest looking up some images to see if the CGI is for you.
With this set, you get three blu ray discs. Two discs contain the show, and one containing the movie that came out before the show. The movie is part of a three part movie series that tells the same story as the show. You're not going to get else from watching the movie, but it's nice to have.
Overall this is a decent set and I would recommend it over the limited edition set unless you really love this show.
From a fan of the manga
When I first heard about an anime adaptation for Ajin I was excited. Had my fingers crossed it would be studio BONES but I found out Polygon pictures was behind it. This is the same studio that brought us the Knights of Sidonia anime.
This is a long way of saying the animation is in 3D
But the animation is fantastic. I was really impressed. There can be some wonky moments here and there, but over all it's is great. Sadly, some of the gore and more violent art is left out from the manga. The soundtrack is exciting as well. The opening, ending, and theme always give me goosebumps.
The story follows the manga very closely but has a few changes. I don't want to go into detail because of spoilers. Over all though if you're a fan of the manga then this is definitely worth checking out. If you enjoy the anime definitely read the manga.
This is an excellent thriller and the action scenes are so well thought out and executed in both the anime and manga.
Watch this show. It's fantastic!