Panuru's Blame! Ova And Manga Review

Rated: 9

There is so much awe in discovering the world of BLAME! that I simply can't get enough of it. Tsutomu Nihei's artwork never gets old and is always inspiring. Upon each reading, I always discover something new within the pages of BLAME!; whether it is an image that adds to the story, details that add to the action of a page, or some dialogue that clues you in more on what's going on withing the world. For these reasons, I believe BLAME!'s presentation is its strongest aspect.

The OVA only adds to the experience of BLAME! but is meaningless to those who have not read the manga.

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