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* BigNameFan: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6I4HDFSOc6U&ab_channel=PewDiePie Was once praised]] by LetsPlay/PewDiePie as his all-time favorite manga.
* CastingGag: The protagonist tries to protect Creator/KanaHanazawa by killing Creator/SaoriHayami. It's pretty funny if you remember that these two fought for the love of one guy in two very well-known works, not to mention the fact that the MC series is very similar to the protagonist of the last one.


* TheOtherDarrin: In the 2003 web animation shorts, Cibo is voiced by Asuka Aizawa. In the 2017 Netflix movie, Cibo it's instead voiced by Creator/KanaHanazawa.

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* TheOtherDarrin: TheOtherDarrin:
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In the 2003 web animation shorts, Cibo is voiced by Asuka Aizawa. In the 2017 Netflix movie, Cibo it's instead voiced by Creator/KanaHanazawa.
** In the Latin American Spanish dub, Creator/IrwinDaayan replaces José Ángel Torres as the voice of Killy.



** [[Creator/TakahiroSakurai Killy]] and [[Creator/NobunagaShimazaki Fusata]] are [[Anime/ActiveRaid Sena and Kuroki]].

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** [[Creator/TakahiroSakurai Killy]] and [[Creator/NobunagaShimazaki Fusata]] are [[Anime/ActiveRaid Sena and Kuroki]].Kuroki]].
* RoleReprise: Creator/TakahiroSakurai reprises his role as Killy from ''Anime/KnightsOfSidonia''.

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* BigNameFan: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6I4HDFSOc6U&ab_channel=PewDiePie Was once praised]] by LetsPlay/PewDiePie as his all-time favorite manga.


* ActingForTwo: Given the short run of the 2003 web animation shorts and the short amount of characters that actually talk (with them being Cibo, Genitalias, Metajiini, the clone of the president of the Bio Electric Corporation, a member of the Authority, [[spoiler:the Cibo from the alternate world]], the Silicon Life that Cibo interrogates in Toha Heavy Industries and the girl with the dog that appears in the sixth episode, that is implied to be Cibo) only two voice actors were cast: Tatsunori Arakawa for the male characters and Asuka Aizawa for the female characters (that are all basically Cibo except for Metajiini).

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* ActingForTwo: Given the short run of the 2003 web animation shorts and the short little amount of characters that actually talk (with them being Cibo, Genitalias, Metajiini, the clone of the president of the Bio Electric Corporation, a member of the Authority, [[spoiler:the Cibo from the alternate world]], the Silicon Life that Cibo interrogates in Toha Heavy Industries and the girl with the dog that appears in the sixth episode, that is implied to be Cibo) only two voice actors were cast: cast for the project: Tatsunori Arakawa for the male characters and Asuka Aizawa for the female characters (that are all basically Cibo except for Metajiini).

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* ActingForTwo: Given the short run of the 2003 web animation shorts and the short amount of characters that actually talk (with them being Cibo, Genitalias, Metajiini, the clone of the president of the Bio Electric Corporation, a member of the Authority, [[spoiler:the Cibo from the alternate world]], the Silicon Life that Cibo interrogates in Toha Heavy Industries and the girl with the dog that appears in the sixth episode, that is implied to be Cibo) only two voice actors were cast: Tatsunori Arakawa for the male characters and Asuka Aizawa for the female characters (that are all basically Cibo except for Metajiini).
* AllStarCast: The Japanese cast of the 2017 Netflix movie displays a surprising amount of famous names of the industry, featuring big name voice actors such as Creator/TakahiroSakurai, Creator/KanaHanazawa, Creator/SoraAmamiya, Creator/KazuhiroYamaji, Creator/MamoruMiyano, Creator/AyaSuzaki, Creator/NobunagaShimazaki, Creator/YukiKaji or Creator/SaoriHayami.


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* TheOtherDarrin: In the 2003 web animation shorts, Cibo is voiced by Asuka Aizawa. In the 2017 Netflix movie, Cibo it's instead voiced by Creator/KanaHanazawa.


** Cibo = Albino Girlfriend, or Jesus Chick because she comes back to life or escapes certain death by stealing or making new bodies.

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** Cibo = Albino Girlfriend, or Jesus Chick because she had been crucified the first time Killy meets her, and she comes back to life or escapes certain death by stealing or making new bodies.

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* OldShame: Recent translations of ''Blame!'' try to move away from calling the protagonist "Killy". Although the subtitles of the 2017 Netflix movie call him Killy, the English dub is very insistent on pronouncing his name as "Kiri", and the translation of the manga's Master Edition spells it "Kyrii".


** The Latin American Spanish dub was directed by Creator/IrwinDaayan, who voiced Killy.

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** The In the Latin American Spanish dub was directed by Creator/IrwinDaayan, who voiced dub, Creator/IrwinDaayan is the ADR Director as well as the voice of Killy.


** [[Creator/TakahiroSakurai Killy]] and [[Creator/NobunagaShimazaki Fusata]] are [[Anime/ActiveRaid Soichiro and Takeru]].

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** [[Creator/TakahiroSakurai Killy]] and [[Creator/NobunagaShimazaki Fusata]] are [[Anime/ActiveRaid Soichiro Sena and Takeru]].Kuroki]].


** [[Creator/TakahiroSakurai Killy]] and [[Creator/NobunagaShimazaki Fusata]] are [[Anime/ActiveRaid Seichiro and Takeru]].

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** [[Creator/TakahiroSakurai Killy]] and [[Creator/NobunagaShimazaki Fusata]] are [[Anime/ActiveRaid Seichiro Soichiro and Takeru]].


* RecursiveAdaptation: After the movie was released it got a manga adaptation called BLAME! Denki Ryoushi Kiken Kaisou Dasshutsu Sakusen. It's basically the same thing, with a few changes here and there.

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* RecursiveAdaptation: After the movie was released it got a manga adaptation called BLAME! Denki Ryoushi Kiken Kaisou Dasshutsu Sakusen. It's basically the same thing, with a few changes here and there.there.
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** [[Creator/KanaHanazawa Cibo]], [[Creator/TakahiroSakurai Killy]], [[Creator/YuukiKaji Atsuji]], [[Creator/MamoruMiyano Sutezou]] and [[Creator/SoraAmamiya Zuru]] are [[Manga/TokyoGhoul Rize, Uta, Ayato, Tsukiyama and Touka]].
** [[Creator/NobunagaShimazaki Fusata]] and [[Creator/KanaHanazawa Cibo]] are [[Manga/{{Parasyte}} Shinichi and Satomi]].
** [[Creator/SoraAmamiya Zuru]] and [[Creator/KanaHanazawa Cibo]] are [[Manga/AkameGaKill Akame and Seiryuu]].
** [[Creator/KanaHanazawa Cibo]], [[Creator/YuukiKaji Atsuji]] and [[Creator/KazuhiroYamaji Oyassan]] are [[Manga/BlueExorcist Shiemi, Konekomaru and Toudou]].
** [[Creator/SaoriHayami Sanakan]], [[Creator/KanaHanazawa Cibo]], [[Creator/YuukiKaji Atsuji]], [[Creator/NobunagaShimazaki Fusata]] and [[Creator/TakahiroSakurai Killy]] are [[Anime/BuddyComplex Hina, Mayuka, Fromm, Tarjim and Bizon]].
** [[Creator/TakahiroSakurai Killy]] and [[Creator/NobunagaShimazaki Fusata]] are [[Anime/ActiveRaid Seichiro and Takeru]].

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* DoingItForTheArt: Nihei says as much in an interview.
--> The first editor from the publisher was a Sci-fi maniac and we were getting along well. My debut was BLAME!, which is a maniac sci-fi for niche fans. We had no interest in sales.


** The Mexican Spanish dub was directed by Creator/IrwinDaayan, who provided the voice of Killy in that dub.

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** The Mexican Latin American Spanish dub was directed by Creator/IrwinDaayan, who provided the voice of Killy in that dub.voiced Killy.



* RealLifeRelative: In the Mexican Spanish dub, brothers Emmanuel and Julio Bernal provide additional voices.

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* RealLifeRelative: In the Mexican Latin American Spanish dub, real-life brothers Emmanuel and Julio Bernal provide additional voices.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Some volumes of the English translation go for roughly nine hundred dollars used.
* RealLifeRelative: In the Mexican Spanish dub, brothers Emmanuel and Julio Bernal provide additional voices.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Some volumes of the English translation go for roughly nine hundred dollars used.
used. Luckily, the Master Edition fixes this.
* RealLifeRelative: In the Mexican Spanish dub, brothers Emmanuel and Julio Bernal provide additional voices.voices.
* RecursiveAdaptation: After the movie was released it got a manga adaptation called BLAME! Denki Ryoushi Kiken Kaisou Dasshutsu Sakusen. It's basically the same thing, with a few changes here and there.

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* CastingGag: The protagonist tries to protect Creator/KanaHanazawa by killing Creator/SaoriHayami. It's pretty funny if you remember that these two fought for the love of one guy in two very well-known works, not to mention the fact that the MC series is very similar to the protagonist of the last one.

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