zom-100:-bucket-list-of-the-dead-live-action-movie-announced-for-netflix

Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead has been taking up cabinets ever since its manga began releasing again in 2018, and now the franchise is branching out in an entire new method with a live-action film within the works for Netflix! While the live-action anime diversifications have had a blended response from followers with Netflix, the streaming service has had a lot better luck with adapting manga and manhwa collection to live-action TV and film initiatives. The greatest latest case was Haro Aso’s Alice in Borderland, and now one other of the creator’s collection shall be getting the live-action remedy subsequent.

One of the key bulletins throughout Netflix’s Geeked Week this yr was that Alice in Borderland could be returning for a second season, and now Haro Aso and Kotaro Takata’s Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead shall be getting a live-action film challenge of its personal. Celebrating the announcement by confirming that Eiji Akaso will begin because the lead character, Akira Tendo, you’ll be able to take a look at the primary take a look at the brand new Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead film under to get an concept of simply what sort of film followers shall be in for with this one:

The collection has been a significant cult hit with followers since its launch in Shogakukan’s Monthly Sunday Gene-X journal, however fortunately there are methods to test it out outdoors of Japan. If you wished to hunt out Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead’s unique manga collection, Viz Media has licensed the collection for an official launch and yow will discover the volumes on cabinets now. They describe the primary quantity of Haro Aso and Kotaro Takata’s collection as such:

“In a trash-filled apartment, 24-year-old Akira Tendo watches a zombie movie with lifeless, envious eyes. After spending three hard years at an exploitative corporation in Japan, his spirit is broken. He can’t even muster the courage to confess his feelings to his beautiful co-worker Ohtori. Then one morning, he stumbles upon his landlord eating lunch–which happens to be another tenant! The whole city’s swarming with zombies, and even though he’s running for his life, Akira has never felt more alive!”

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