Blade Runner: Black Lotus Anime Sequel Comic Book Miniseries Message Trailer – Interest


Nancy Collins and Emid Balam launch a 4-issue miniseries on Wednesday


comic book titan unveiled a trailer for the first issue of the comic book sequel on Monday Blade Runner: Black Lotus animated series.


The comic will be released on Wednesday, having originally been slated for June 1.

Junggeun Yoon, Creees Lee, Concept Art, and Mico Suayan designed different covers for the first issue of the miniseries.

comic book titan tells his story:

She, aka Black Lotus, hoped she could leave her violent past behind and find a new life. But is this possible in a world where replicants are still hunted and feared?

Nancy Collins (Swamp Thing) is writing the four-issue miniseries and Enid Balam (Hawkeye: Kate Bishop) illustrates the work.

The Blade Runner: Black Lotus anime series premiered November 14 at 12:00 PM EST with two episodes on adult swimmingit is Toonami block and on Crunchyroll. adult swimming also created the anime in Canada at the same time. adult swimming has worldwide distribution rights to an English dubbed version of the show outside of Asia. Crunchyroll streams anime worldwide.

Crunchyroll and adult swimming in partnership with Alcon Entertainment to produce the 13-episode television anime series.

Shinji Aramaki (Ultraman, apple seed) and Kenji Kamiyama (Ultraman, Ghost in the Shell: Standalone Complex) directed all the episodes on Sola Digital Arts. The two directors have previously worked together on Ultraman and Ghost in the shell: SAC_2045. Shinichiro Watanabe (cowboy bebop, Samurai Champloolisten)) was a creative producer on the series.

Andrew Kosove, broderick johnson, Laura Lancasterand Al Francis Cuenca of Alcon Entertainment were executive producers of the project with Sola Digital ArtsJoseph Chou. Alcon executive Ben Robert served as co-executive producer, and Production GIit is Mitsuhisa Ishikawa was a production consultant.

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Alessia Cara contributed music to the series, including the original opening song “Feel You Now”.

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