Hey zombie lovers, listen up! Big news from the world of “Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead” anime! They’ve just spilled the beans on when you can catch your favorite episodes, but there are a few delays to watch out for. Don’t worry, though – the undead action is still heading your way!
Here’s the scoop: Episode six got a bit of a delay but fear not, it’s all set to air on August 27. Mark that date! And then, just a week later, on September 3, get ready for episode seven. But wait, there’s more: on September 10, there’s a special recap episode to keep you in the loop.
Hold onto your seats because episodes eight and nine are making their debut on September 17 and 24, respectively. Now, if you’re wondering about the last few episodes, those dates are still under wraps due to some behind-the-scenes stuff. But hang tight, we’ll know more soon.
Remember episode five? It got pushed back by a week, and in its place, they aired a special program. Oh, and don’t forget about episode four – it aired on July 30 in Japan but took a tiny extra day to reach streaming platforms like Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Netflix due to some production hiccups.
Do you realize you’re in for a treat if you’ve been following the fierce conflict between Gojo and Sukuna? Immediately following his battle with Sukuna, the unstoppable sorcerer Gojo engages the terrifying Mahoraga:
If you haven’t jumped on the “Zom 100” train yet, no worries. The anime started in Japan on July 9, and if you’re in North America, Latin America, Australia, or New Zealand, you’re in luck because Viz Media has the rights for those regions. Fun fact: this anime is a team effort between Viz Media, Shogakukan, and Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions Japan. Teamwork makes the dream work, right?
If you’re in the United States, you might’ve caught the debut on July 9 at 5:00 a.m. EDT on Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Netflix. And let’s not forget about the awesome cast: Shūichirō Umeda as Akira Tendo, Tomori Kusunoki as the cautious Shizuka Mikazuki, Makoto Furukawa as Kenichiro Ryuzaki, and Minami Takahashi as Beatrix Amerhauser.
Behind the scenes, it’s Kazuki Kawagoe directing the show at studio BUG FILMS. There’s Hiroshi Seko handling the series scripts, Kii Tanaka designing the characters, and Junpei Fukuchi making those zombies look extra creepy. The music’s in the hands of Makoto Miyazaki, and the opening and ending themes are jammed out by KANA-BOON and Shiyui.
Oh, and don’t forget about the manga that started it all! It kicked off back in 2018 in Shogakukan’s Sunday GX magazine. It’s all about Akira’s wild adventure during a zombie apocalypse – he’s ticking off his bucket list before he turns into a zombie himself!
And guess what? This manga even inspired a live-action film that dropped on Netflix worldwide on August 3. If you’re into the zombie scene, this anime and manga combo is the perfect match for you. Get ready for some undead excitement!