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AJIN: Demi-Human, Vol. 10 by Gamon SakuraiNow the basis of a live-action movie, the razor-sharp series continues to delight, featuring more than its usual share of female characters in this much-awaited, brand-new installment. Meet a well-adjusted expatriate who was the first Japanese demi-human to be discovered; elite bureaucrat Tosakis ailing love interest, his moral anchor and hazard; and Ritsu Nagai, our calculating heros no-nonsense mom. As a bonus, get to know Sam Sato Owens motheris side of the family (they offer excellent business opportunities).
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Ajin: Demi-Human is a manga series by Sakurai Gamon, which was also adapted into two anime seasons and multiple animated movies before. Since I have not watched nor read anything of it, I went into the live-action blind. The catch is that Ajin are considered dangerous by humans due to their relative invincibility. They are outcasts, feared and hunted by the rest of society while being used as lab rats by the government. After ending up in a — quite literally — sticky situation, Kei gets rescued and meets another Ajin named Sato played by Ayano Go.
In the original manga's story, an immortal first appeared on an African battlefield 17 years ago. Later, rare, unknown new immortal lifeforms began appearing among humans, and they became known as "Ajin" demi-humans. Just before summer vacation, a Japanese high school student named Kei Nagai is instantly killed in a traffic accident on his way home from school. However, he is revived, and a price is placed on his head. Thus begins a boy's life on the run from all of humankind. Add Synopsis In Portuguese.
It was adapted into an 3D animated film trilogy by Polygon Pictures between November and September An anime television series adaptation also by Polygon Pictures aired between January and April , with a second season premiering on October 8, A live-action film adaptation was released on September 30, In the world of Ajin , a small number of humans termed "Ajin" possess extreme regenerative abilities that trigger upon death or mortal injury, allowing them to completely recover from their wounds in a matter of seconds to such an exceptional extent that missing limbs can be restored and Ajin can regenerate from being turned into literal meat patties. Additionally, Ajin can create "black ghosts", which are highly dangerous combat-oriented entities that are invisible to normal humans and only visible to other Ajin. Different "black ghosts" have varying degrees of intelligence. For example, most "black ghosts" are completely reliant on their Ajin for directions, and others, such as that of Kei's, are more independent and likely to engage in self-initiated actions.