BLAME! Blu-ray

4 star rating out of 5
2 Reviews
SKU: 782009245384

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About BLAME! Blu-ray

In BLAME! an "infection" in the past has caused automated systems to spiral out of order, resulting in a multi-leveled city structure that replicates itself infinitely in all directions. Now humanity has lost access to the city's controls, and is hunted down and purged by the defense system known as the Safeguard. In a tiny corner of the city, a little enclave known as the Electro-Fishers is facing eventual extinction, trapped between the threat of the Safeguard and dwindling food supplies. A girl named Zuru goes on a journey to find food for her village, only to inadvertently cause doom when an observation tower senses her and summons a Safeguard pack to eliminate the threat.

Special Features: Behind the Scenes Featurette, Japanese Trailers, Art Gallery


  • Publisher: VIZ
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese, Spanish
  • Subtitle Language: English, Spanish
  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Battles
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 106
  • Year Created: 2017
  • Release Date: 3/27/2018
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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5 star rating out of 5



My favorite manga/story is coming to life with sequels to come. They decided to stray a bit with the storyline from the manga., Why would they do that? Maybe it's just an introduction movie to see if it would get good ratings on Netflix. That's the only thing that bothers me. Every other aspect of the film is really good and I think that the cg looks amazing and also helps with the appearance of the structures from the art in the manga. The animation is really incredible. I think cg was the right choice. I'll get down to the review
Story/Plot - 3 / 5
Art/Animation - 5 / 5
Audio 5 / 5
I was also hoping for a limited/collectors edition for us die hard fans. maybe when all the films are completed, and this film is the 1st. I hope that polygon will animate the story from the manga's original storyline from now on. It would be really disappointing if BLAME! doesn't get to be be animated from the manga's perspective.

3 star rating out of 5

Blame! Reviewe!

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Tsutomu Nihei is one of my favorite Mangaka and part of Tsutomu style is that he unapologetically drops you into a post apocalyptic dystopia world you know nothing about. The anime takes that approach with a different result.

The story isn't adapted from the manga, it's an original tale that focuses on a group of characters that do appear in the manga (although the main female moe ness has been dialed up a bit) and encounter Killy.

The problem is that Tsutomu Blame! manga draws you in with this beautiful art that captures you and characters that progressively draws you in throughout the story. In the anime it's replaced by passable CG and 136 minutes to get to know people, care about them and then reach the conclusion. The anime does not pull that off well and it feels like you jump into it midway and just wait for the characters to race to the end of the story, leaving the viewer wondering whether or not they were supposed to know or care about what just went down.