Through the years, there’ve been so many zombie exhibits and movies that new additions to the undead canon want some a fairly good hook to face out from the gang. How do you make the undead really feel contemporary and enjoyable in immediately’s market? In accordance with Zom 100: Bucket Record of the Useless, you employ them as an excuse to stop your job.
The brand new anime from manufacturing firm Bug Movies (Komi Can’t Talk) and director Kazuki Kawagoe (Beyblade, Komi Can’t Talk) is ready in a metropolis beset by a zombie apocalypse that appears to don’t have any approach of being stopped. For most individuals, that might be if you both attempt to flee or grow to be a helpless sufferer, however for workplace employee Akira Tendo, that is simply the suitable time to get out of his lifeless finish workplace job. As an alternative of fretting over payments and hating himself for not having the braveness to ask out his coworker, Akira decides to say “YOLO” and attain all 100 objects on his bucket listing earlier than he inevitably turns into zombie chow or a casualty of the army’s efforts towards the horde.
Zom 100 relies on a manga of the identical identify by Haro Aso (Alice in Borderland) and Kotaro Takata (. Since its debut in 2018, the Zom 100 manga has acquired a strong crucial reception and was nominated for an Eisner in 2022. Together with the anime, Netflix is behind a live-action adaptation of the movie to be directed by Yusuke Ishida (Shin Godzilla, Assault on Titan). That’s additionally anticipated to drop this yr, although the streamer hasn’t introduced a launch date for it but.
In the meantime, the anime model of Zom 100: Bucket Record of the Useless might be releasing its first season on Hulu beginning in July. Peep the primary poster down beneath.
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