Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead Drops One of Anime's Best Premieres in Years


The time has come once again for anime to drop a new cour. July is just a few days in now, but a slew of returning and new series have been released by studios in Japan. Today marks the debut of Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead, and as you can see below, the comedy horror has delivered one of anime's most impressive premieres in recent years.

Everything unfolded today as Zom 100 episode one premiered. The big debut showcased Akira Tendo as the central character, a young man grappling with the pressures of society. Fatigued by his monotonous life as a salaryman, Akira's world is turned upside down when a zombie apocalypse forces him to reevaluate his existence. In the first episode, Akira devises a bucket list to help him seize the moment amidst the aftermath of the disaster.

As expected, this inaugural episode captivated fans with its exhilarating narrative, but what truly set Zom 100 apart was its outstanding artwork. The team at Bug Films truly showcased their prowess. From innovative camera angles to breathtaking sakuga moments, Zom 100 spared no expense in its premiere. Episode one proved to be incredibly compelling, even using changes in aspect ratio to heighten Akira's story for the viewers.

Naturally, Zom 100 has been one of the most highly anticipated series, and its premiere has certainly lived up to the hype. If you haven't had the chance to watch Zom 100 yet, you can stream episode one right now on Hulu and Crunchyroll. Furthermore, a live-action adaptation of Zom 100 is set to arrive on Netflix later this year, adding to the excitement surrounding the anime. So, if Zom 100 has piqued your interest, keep an eye out for more information and be sure to check out its official synopsis below:

"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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