History Manga / Blame

17th Dec '17 9:02:40 PM Korbus_bot-type
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* GunPorn: Nihei ''loves'' his guns. Shells ejecting? Check. Nameless RedShirts using detailed weaponry that is often [[{{BFG}} bigger than them?]] Check. Safeguard weaponry that range from [[HandCannons pistols]] to portable [[WaveMotionGun beam emitters?]] ''Check indeed''.

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* GunPorn: Nihei ''loves'' his guns. Shells ejecting? Check. Nameless RedShirts using detailed weaponry that is often [[{{BFG}} bigger than them?]] Check. Safeguard weaponry that range from [[HandCannons [[HandCannon pistols]] to portable [[WaveMotionGun beam emitters?]] ''Check indeed''.
17th Dec '17 9:01:01 PM Korbus_bot-type
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** A group of nameless RedShirts in the beggining are armed with assault rifles, one of which is well detailed and another one fires bullets that leave ''[[BFG watermelon-sized craters.]]''

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** A group of nameless RedShirts in the beggining are armed with assault rifles, one of which is well detailed and another one fires bullets that leave ''[[BFG ''[[{{BFG}} watermelon-sized craters.]]'']]''
** The Electrofishers use Exterminator-killing spear guns that resemble lever-action rifles.



* FrickinLaserBeams: Here and there.

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* FrickinLaserBeams: Here and there. Flavors include infantry-sized laser weapons to [[WaveMotionGun Graviton beams]].



* GunPorn: Nihei ''loves'' his guns.

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* GunPorn: Nihei ''loves'' his guns. Shells ejecting? Check. Nameless RedShirts using detailed weaponry that is often [[{{BFG}} bigger than them?]] Check. Safeguard weaponry that range from [[HandCannons pistols]] to portable [[WaveMotionGun beam emitters?]] ''Check indeed''.
15th Dec '17 10:10:07 PM Korbus_bot-type
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** Oddly averted - Killy's outfits seem to be as resilient as he is. It's revealed to be "Second Skin." Whatever that means, it's probably tough.
*** After [[spoiler: being nuked]] Killy is revealed to be a [[spoiler: safe-guard / robot]], thus the clothes are literally a part of him.

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** Oddly averted - Killy's outfits seem to be as resilient as he is. It's revealed to be "Second Skin." Whatever that means, it's probably tough.
tough [[spoiler:considering he's a Safeguard.]]
*** After [[spoiler: being nuked]] Killy is revealed to be a [[spoiler: safe-guard / robot]], thus nuked]], the clothes are revealed to literally be a part of him.



* CoolGuns: Again, lots of these.

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* CoolGuns: Again, lots of these. Examples include:
** Killy's [[WaveMotionGun GBE.]]
** A group of nameless RedShirts in the beggining are armed with assault rifles, one of which is well detailed and another one fires bullets that leave ''[[BFG watermelon-sized craters.]]''
** Dhomochevsky's pistol fires [[SwissArmyWeapon different types of munitions.]]
** Killy at one point, [[GunsAkimbo dual-wields]] a pistol and a [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter shotgun]] as ''tall as he is.''
4th Jun '17 5:34:51 PM jormis29
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The manga received another anime adaptation in the form of a film produced by Creator/PolygonPictures (who also adapted Nihei's Manga/KnightsOfSidonia) and has been licenced by Creator/{{Netflix}}. You can watch the first trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cO0JsSYTFzQ here]] and the second [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_k75jXSruSs here]]. The film was released in Japan and worldwide via Netflix on May 20, 2017.

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The manga received another anime adaptation in the form of a film called ''Anime/{{Blame}}'' produced by Creator/PolygonPictures (who also adapted Nihei's Manga/KnightsOfSidonia) and has been licenced by Creator/{{Netflix}}. You can watch the first trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cO0JsSYTFzQ here]] and the second [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_k75jXSruSs here]]. The film was released in Japan and worldwide via Netflix on May 20, 2017.
2nd Jun '17 7:59:03 AM Kalaong
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* NormalFishinaTinyPond: Basic Safeguard exterminators. In the movie the basic exterminators are considered very dangerous robots, that keep the human population completely terrified, while in the Manga they are in fact low-level {{Mooks}}.

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* NormalFishinaTinyPond: NormalFishInATinyPond: Basic Safeguard exterminators. In the movie the basic exterminators are considered very dangerous robots, that keep the human population completely terrified, while in the Manga they are in fact low-level {{Mooks}}.
1st Jun '17 12:19:17 PM Steam_Lord
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Cibo and Sana-Kan Killy are dead, along with many others. However, Killy finds a place to put Cibo's egg on the edge of the citydoes along a human with Net Terminal Genes, finally restores order to the Megastructure.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Cibo and Sana-Kan Killy are dead, along with many others. However, Killy finds a place to put Cibo's egg on the edge of the citydoes along "egg" containing a human with Net Terminal Genes, Genes on the edge of the city, which finally restores order to the Megastructure.some form of order.]]
1st Jun '17 7:27:10 AM UltraWanker
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* CrapsackWorld

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* CrapsackWorldCrapsackWorld: The City grew in a chaotic and insecure manner, leading to loss of control. The Safeguards now attempting to destroy anyone without the Net Terminal Gene due to their goals being corrupted is the icing on top of the cake.
1st Jun '17 7:22:05 AM UltraWanker
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Cibo and Sana-Kan Killy are dead, along with many others. However, Killy finds a place to put Cibo's egg on the edge of the citydoes along a human with Net Terminal Genes, finally restores order to the Megastructure.]]



* EarnYourHappyEnding: It takes an ''extremely'' long time, but eventually, [[spoiler:Killy does find a human with Net Terminal Genes and restores order to the Megastructure.]]



* GainaxEnding: Although it is actually a good ending [[spoiler: where Killy finds a place to put Cibo's egg on the edge of the city]], its utter vagueness has confused many readers, perhaps because, in a way, the whole point of the series is for the Gainax Ending. Some consider it to be a DownerEnding since [[spoiler:Cibo dies in the end]].
29th May '17 2:14:00 PM thatother1dude
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* NonindicativeName: But only if you assume the title is supposed to be ''Blame!'' in the first place. It's believed it may be a misspelling of ''Blam!'', and there's certainly a lot of gunfire going on.


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* WordSaladTitle: The title is seemingly nonsensical, at least if you assume the title is supposed to be ''Blame!'' in the first place. It's believed it may be a misspelling of ''Blam!'', and there's certainly a lot of gunfire going on.
28th May '17 3:05:03 AM dajjal
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* {{Transhuman}}: In it's entirety, we do not see a single purely biological human. Everyone is heavily modified, be they cyborgs, human-descended androids, or gene-modded superhumans. The closest to "pure" human we get is Seu, and he's an eight-foot giant with enough enhancements to fight in hand-to-hand combat with advanced Silicon Life warriors, who has been reconstructed and had his personality restored from backup countless times. Most "normal" humans were exterminated by either the Silicon Creatures or the Safeguard, given the events of ''[=NOiSE=]'', ''Blame!'''s prequel.

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* {{Transhuman}}: In it's its entirety, we do not see a single purely biological human. Everyone is heavily modified, be they cyborgs, human-descended androids, or gene-modded superhumans. The closest to "pure" human we get is Seu, and he's an eight-foot giant with enough enhancements to fight in hand-to-hand combat with advanced Silicon Life warriors, who has been reconstructed and had his personality restored from backup countless times. Most "normal" humans were exterminated by either the Silicon Creatures or the Safeguard, given the events of ''[=NOiSE=]'', ''Blame!'''s prequel.
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