Made In Abyss Blu-ray
About Made In Abyss Blu-ray
Made In Abyss contains episodes 1-13 of the anime directed by Masayuki Kojima.
No one knows what's at the bottom of the Abyss. No one who's ventured that far has ever returned. What is known is that the Abyss is filled with strange creatures and priceless relics that have lured generations of fortune hunters into a diabolical trap. Because while anyone can descend into the Abyss safely, coming back up triggers a nightmarish series of transformations and madness. And the deeper you go, the less chance you have of coming back unchanged.
But when 12-year-old Riko receives a message that her missing mother might still be alive deep in the Abyss, she knows she has to go to her. She must go even if it's a one-way trip for her and her robot friend Reg as they brave the ultimate darkness in Made In Abyss.
Special Features: Japanese Trailer & Promos, Kevin Penkin Interview, Jouel Event, Making of Made in Abyss 1 & 2, Music in Abyss, Clean Opening Animation, and Clean Closing Animation
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Drama, Fantasy
- Themes: Adventure
- Age Rating: 17+
- Run Time: 325
- Release Date: 10/23/2018
- Dimensional Weight: 0.23
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
This was without question the best anime of 2017
Hey there, have you heard about my robot friend?
by Garrett -
“Made in Abyss” has to be the most anxiety-inducing anime that I have seen to date. Despite the premise of cute-looking kids (one of whom is a robot) venturing into the dark, unknown recesses, our characters are put through many life-threatening situations that no child should ever have to put up with. On top of that, “Made in Abyss” also explores certain themes such as what it means to be human and how death is a natural part of life itself, the latter which I have also seen dealt with in “Watership Down.” Due to these themes as well as the graphic and brutal nature of what the show’s characters deal with, I would say that “Made in Abyss” should not be seen by younger viewers or anyone who is squeamish. But if you are willing to get on board, then trust me when I say that “Made in Abyss” is well worth the emotions. Just make sure you’ve got some tissues on board.
I need the second season
Aw, look at this cute duo going on an adventure of self-discovery and.......wait, hold on..... OH GOOD HEAVENS WHY???? This started off fluffy and sweet then took a hard left into cringeville. Population, one couple trying really hard not to look directly at our tv during episode 10. The final episode was fluffy (kinda) again, and we both are looking forward to season 2....albeit apprehensively. Definitely something I wholeheartedly recommend with a caution label to those with a strong resolve.
Made In Abyss: Intense
by Mr. Anime -
After having had some time to digest Made In Abyss, a couple things stand out, its brutal, and one of the most well designed background animation I've seen in awhile. The different levels and design is painstakingly thought out. While I've not had a chance to check the source Manga this is based on, I was pleasantly surprised. The only fault is the story takes a while to develop and being a short series underscores the need to continue the story arc. Will we see a second set? That remains to be seen considering how under the radar this series was. Kudos on the interviews, I learned a lot about the music score, and the director behind the scenes stuff.
by mostly_harmless -
This is some of the best world building in anime. A lot like Full Metal Alchemist in some ways.
Just like the characters, I can't wait to see what happens lower in the abyss...
This series isn't over yet, but the episodes available here do tie up the existing plotlines well. It's not too much of a cliffhanger.
Excellent dub, fantastic music and art, highly recommended.