Who hasn’t heard of the Wit Studios, which produced great anime like Attack on Titan, Vinland Saga and many more? You’ve probably heard of Gen Urobuchi, the Japanese novelist and anime screenwriter, who has written great stories like Fate/Zero, Black Lagoon, Psycho-Pass and many more. Also Takeshi Obata, the Japanese manga artist who illustrated character designs from anime such as Death Note.
Now, what if we told you that these legends are teaming up to give you another masterpiece very soon? Yes, you read that right. Netflix is about to release a new anime movie: Bubble, produced by Wit Studios, a story written by Gen Urobuchi along with Naoko Sato and Renji Oki, and the character designs illustrated by none other than Takeshi Obata. Japan will release ‘Bubble’ in May. But we don’t have to wait that long for this film, because Netflix is going to release ‘Bubble’ worldwide a little earlier April 28, 2022†
What is ‘bubble’ about? What’s the story?
We’ve all seen what it’s like in space, without gravity. But have you ever imagined going to a place without gravity? Well, Bubble will give us that feeling. This story is about Tokyo cut off from the rest of the world. And bubbles raining all over Tokyo are breaking the law of gravity here. A group of reckless kids who take advantage of a situation like this by doing parkour everywhere. Hibiki, played by Jun Shison, is a young fellow known for his recklessly dangerous stunts. And one day, his stunts landed him in the middle of the sea where gravity seems to be at work. Struggled to break out, but failed.
Here comes, Uta played by Riria, a girl with powers related to bubbles. She saves Hibiki from drowning. They soon discover that this is no coincidence. They are the only ones who can hear a unique sound. A sound with a message. Who is doing all this? That is a mystery to be discovered.
Also Read: Bubble Anime Movie Release Set For Spring 2022 On Netflix
Assumptions: what to expect?
There is also a theory that we can deduce from the trailer we saw. There was a moment when we saw something that looked like a black hole. And to a distant observer, time near a black hole moves slower than those farther away. There was also a moment when someone said, “Time is beginning to move”. Time does indeed have something to do with this movie.
Now the two statements only point in one direction. Black holes must have formed near Tokyo, cutting off Tokyo from the rest of the world. And the law of gravity was broken because Tokyo is closer to the black holes, time in Tokyo went slower than anything else. “Time has begun to move” could have meant that there will come a time when time will not always stay that way. Things will be sucked into the black holes. And the fate of Tokyo or maybe even the whole world is in the hands of Hibiki and Uta. Will they be able to prevent everyone from being sucked into the black holes? Will they be able to reconnect Tokyo to the whole world?
Let’s find out everything on April 28, 2022.
Is ‘Bubble’ worth watching?
We think we were already convinced when we found out that this anime movie is produced by Wit Studios and written by a great novelist, Gen Urobuchi. And the trailer proved us right. Anime movies like ‘Bubble’ are a once-in-a-lifetime kind of movie. This movie has the potential to have us glued to our seats as we watch these characters soar. Or who knows, ‘Bubble’ even makes us float through the entire movie. To answer “what’s fun about this story?”.
There is time, there is space, there are black holes, and as the trailer shows, there must also be a love connection. What’s not to like about this story? ‘Bubble’ is definitely worth watching. No doubt.
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