Code name: Yu Alexius is an ambiguous entity who loves to talk about anime and Chinese animation in general. An insatiable soul from the Pearl of the Orient, a frustrated writer and a Houtarou Oreki wanna-be. He is a piece of a lunatic and everything crazy.
A ‘Full 3DCG’ anime film for Gantz manga has been green-lit and it will be revealed on the cover of the December issue of Shuiesha’s Miracle Jump magazine. The cover will be unveiled this November 17, 2015 detailing the “full 3DCG” anime in 2016 inspired by Hiroya Oku’s Gantz manga.
The original manga followed a young Tokyo man named Kei who is reanimated after a deadly subway accident. Kei and other resurrected people go on violent, seemingly endless missions at the behest of an unseen host.
The original Gantz manga was launched by Oku way back in 2000 in Young Jump and it ended in 2013. The 37th and final volume of the manga was published by Shueisha in Japan in August 2013. The final English volume of the manga was released by Dark Horse Comics in North America last October. Meanwhile, the November issue of Miracle Jump previously revealed that Oku and Keita Iizuka will launching the GANTZ:G (previously titled G-GANTZ) manga in the December issue of the magazine.
The manga inspired a TV anime series which is animated by Gonzo as well as two live-action films. For more information about Gantz anime film in 2016, just save Yu Alexius blog and keep on checking for further news and updates.
Via: Anime News Network