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Blame!


Alternative Titles

Japanese: BLAME (ブラム!)

Information

Type: ONA
Episodes: 6
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 24, 2003
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Media Blasters
Studios: Group TAC
Source: Manga
Genres: Mecha, Sci-Fi
Duration: 6 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Statistics

Score: 6.211 (scored by 5,670 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #61852
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2567
Members: 13,731
Favorites: 50
6.21
Ranked #6185Popularity #2567Members 13,731
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Episodes: /6

Synopsis

The story takes place in a city where it's said that has thousands of levels.

In a shutdown area, thousands of levels overlap each other, you couldn't tell the sky from the ground and you couldn't tell which way is up or which way is down. Maybe the original purpose of this story is to unravel the mysteries bound in this time and world. For the humans who found this vast rare multi-level city, the mysterious main character "Kirii" wanders to search for the "Net Terminal Genes" that were not infected. Kirii's burden and his search for the "Net Terminal Genes" is a goal like no other and is very much the mystery of this story. Log1~Log6 contains the story of Cibo that wasn't done in the original works. The Cibo who strayed away with Kirii and wanders about. A disc thrown away in the rubble. Cibo starts downloading. Just who's "Memory" will he end up with?

PS: These clips are meant as a bonus to the Manga, and should only be taken as such. Do NOT expect any plot in these. They are merely animated (short) scenes from the Manga.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Killy
Killy
Main
 
Cibo
Cibo
Main
Aizawa, Asuka
Japanese
Aizawa, Asuka

Staff

Inokawa, Shintarou
Inokawa, Shintarou
Director
Nihei, Tsutomu
Nihei, Tsutomu
Original Creator
Watanabe, Akio
Watanabe, Akio
Character Design
Tetsura, Noriyaki
Tetsura, Noriyaki
Art Director


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More reviewsReviews

bmoore07
Jul 13, 2016
I never rated anything a one out of ten… until I encountered Blame.

Perhaps it was because I am a man of the pencil and paper, and I tend to become extremely irritated when others criticize my work. As a result, I don’t particularly enjoy ripping someone else’s culmination of effort to shreds. Instead, I always appreciate the thing or things a crappy series pulls off successfully, even if they are ultimately insignificant, and I make sure to feature them in my review. Perhaps I chose not to hand out ones because of my opinion that anyone who habitually gives low scores to the things they read more
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slashed
Jul 8, 2007
This anime is just a small collections of moving images from the manga really. Thus it is only any fun at all if you\'ve read the manga and loved it.
There is no story to it, though there does seem to be a point to it (it certainly brought something to my attention).
The animation looks good, I liked it.

Since it doesn\'t show any more then just a few scenes, there\'s no story of itself whatsoever, character development is non existent and none of it will make any sense to you at all if you haven\'t thoroughly read the manga and remember every single detail. The manga read more
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TCHaos
May 23, 2008
This title makes better sense if you have previously read the manga. The OVA jumps back and forth along the manga plot illustrating the key moments of Nihei's (Author of manga) scenic perspective of a chaotic world, so it is very hard for a newcomer to even try to decypher the storyline.

- ANIMATION -
The animation itself is clean and fluid, however many scenes are mere transitional still background frames showing in colour the world of BLAME! but those with movement truely show Nihei's disturbing imagination.
Yet the series' production team was not entirely faithful to his drawing style so the characters are not identical to their read more
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FutureVision
May 7, 2014
Usually, I love science fiction. Science fiction something I look forward too during my life. I love the interesting what if scenarios. This is mostly why Blame was on my radar. I should have known better. There really is no excuse, but I have to blame someone for this.

I blame Group TAC for making this horrible disaster. I blame Shintaro Inokawa for his ability to move manga images around the screen. Sometimes he will move them up, down, left or even right. I also blame him for doing a 180 rotating trick with the camera, that didn't serve any purpose in the story. I blame read more
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