A.D Police is a three part pyschological action thriller OVA series set in a dystopian society where a cyborg underclass called "boomers" run amok in deadly rampages. It's a short, yet thought provoking shoa that details the implications of augmentation and the line between man and machine.
Any animes with biopunk themes?
Pretty much the same thing as cyberpunk but with more of a focus on biotechnology.
I strongly suggest that you all read the manga called BioMega. It's done by the same author as Sidonia Kishi and Blame! (loved Blame!).
I just found this story line for the plot.
1. Dead Heads – First appearance of N5S virus
2. Noise – Creation of Silicon Life
3. Digimortal – Development of Silicon Life
4. Abara – Development of Gaunas
5. Biomega – Takeover of N5S virus
6. Knights of Sidonia – Fight against Gaunas
7. Zebnoid – Meeting of two species in space
8. Blame! – Fully developped Megastructure
Nice parallels. I hadn't read them all yet.
It doesn't entirely line up, but Blame featured parallel universes and time travel.
This bastard just loves to end his stories with a total mindfuck...
I only watched movie "Blame" and I haven't noticed any parallel universe references or time travel. Story ended with failed attempt to connect to the netsphere, Cibu leading humans to abandoned zone without surveillance, Killy gave his collar to Zuru and left searching for net gene terminal.
Sure am enjoying this Overboard theme. Already got few ideas for threads written down but I want to make it look good so its gonna take bit of a time.
Read the manga. It's worth it.
You'll get to see some awesome fight scenes, fascinating plotlines, and aesthetic structures.
Some commenters on the movie said that original Blame doesn't have romantics with it. I personally enjoy romance a lot.
Is there another one I don't know about?
Also, there's a bit of romance to it. Most of it closer to the last couple dozen chapters though.
Solrac Otsenre Ceio>jajajajaja, love, in blame? never, this is not that kind of story, maybe the movie didn't express the feeling of blame in its whole self, but read the manga, you'll see that there is not love in it, creepy things yes there you'll find them and confucion, abstraction, characters die and all and thats not the point, the point is the mistery of that world.
Guess I remembered it wrong. He means manga.
I guess Gunnm/Alita battle angel/Alita last order count, right? Weird not seeing it listed yet
Nihei Tsutomu is a fucking spectacular artist.