Does anyone know if there has been talk about this coming out on vinyl?
What's on your mind?
The third movie for Made in Abyss, Dawn of the Deep Soul is being released on Blu-ray and DVD in Japan on September 25th.
Along with the movie, a perfume with Nanachi's scent can be preorded from June 5th to July 28th, and is delivered on September 25th.
Today, on March 2 2020, a trailer for the upcoming release of the third MiA movie, Dawn of the Deep Soul, in western theaters, was uploaded on the Sentai Works Youtube channel.
According to the description, the movie will be coming to theaters subtitled on April 13th and April 15th with dub.
In the last few days, there have been many announcements by both the Japanese studio and the English publisher of the manga. A series of shorts titled Marulk's Daily Life (provisional name), the release dates for the soundtrack album containing the music from all three movies and the soundtrack of Marulk's Daily Life, the group who will be singing the ED for the sequel movie, MYTH & ROID, and an official Made in Abyss artbook have been announced from the Japanese side.
From the western side, Seven Seas has announced that they licensed the spin-off Made in Abyss Anthology.
Marulk's Daily Life, mentioned as an April Fools' joke by the official Made in Abyss Twitter account this year, is, in fact, going to be a real four-part series of shorts. The series will be shown before Japanese screenings of the sequel movie, Dawn of the Deep Soul, one short before each screening; which short it is will be changing weekly. Its soundtrack will be released on the day of the sequel movie's release, January 17, 2020.
The second Made in Abyss soundtrack album will contain music from all three movies and will be out the same day as the third movie's release, January 17, 2020. The album's cover art was released. It's been announced that the sequel movie's ED, title Forever Lost, will be sung by the J-POP group, MYTH & ROID, with Kevin Penkin, the series' composer, collaborating on it. The track Forever Lost will be aviable for purchase on MYTH & ROID's new album on March 4, 2020.
An official artbook was announced, featuring 452 pages of content, split over three volumes. The artbook will contain background art and the storyboards for the thirteen episodes of the anime, among other non-specified things. As with other announced merchandise, it too will be available from the sequel movie's premiere, January 17, 2020.
Seven Seas, the official English publisher of the manga, has announced that they have acquired the rights to the Made in Abyss Anthology, a collection of non-canon short stories made by guest artists (not the manga's author, Akihito Tsukushi). It's been announced that both volumes of the anthology will be released as one book. The release date is September 29, 2020.
Anyone have some out of the box theories on the origin/existence of the abyss and related ideas?
Personally, I am extremely excited to move past Iblu village into what we could possibly learn of the abyss next. Loved all the character backstories involved with the Ganja suicide corps and vueko's story.
I guess my inquiries revolve around the introduction of the Interference Units/related and what imagination us readers are using for all that we know so little of (as of chapter 52).
I have a personal tendency to idealize the abyss as a living being in and of itself which may be basic/irrelevant to some thinking about it. The introduction of Faputa's IU and it's self-stated purpose being to simply attain knowledge was what caught my mind the most. I am praying for an existential origin of the abyss in the sense that Interference Units (IU) are a manifestation of the abyss itself in order for it to become conscious and evolve to its next phase of existence????? Would love to hear some thoughts or further ideas as I have none at the moment. Very unsure of any definitive theories --> an ancient civilization origin would be just as beautiful. Love the ideas of time dilation inside the abyss in relation to non-fictional laws of physics and such tangents.
Edit: Sentai Filmoworks' channel set the video private, however the official Kadokawa Anime Youtube channel released the raw trailer on November 20 2019. It's possible that Sentai Filmworks released the subbed video ahead of schedule.
On November 17 2019, a new trailer for the upcoming sequel movie was released. Be wary, however, because it shows quite a lot of story details.
Dawn of the Deep Soul will be out in January 2020 in Japanese theatres and will cover the story arc right after the end of the anime.
Sentai Filmworks will continue releasing the anime Made in Abyss to the western English-speaking market, and the English release is said to come "early 2020."
This wiki uses it, so it'll be a pain to change it. im pointing out that it's worse than typing normally.
In a typography sense, its unnecessary. our body text is small as it is, the citation note is tiny but not supposed to be read. the ordinal number is just another word, and shouldn't use it. it aligns especially badly with our font. there is nothing better about this.
Oddly, it also doesn't appear in search results.
The average person shouldn't type <sup></sup>. why did we do this in the first place?
Its kinda weird that our font numbers decend anyway. should we change the font?
Note: oh yeah, also the spoiler warning is too long-winded and not obvious enough, and the notice text is too small.
Okay so I'll start with theory 1 since its actually tied to the anime and not a joke.
Theory one is about the symmetry or the rule of two as it concerns the Abyss. See irl nature seems to hate symmetry, all humans favour one arm, one leg, and even one eye. Even though we have two of them we are programmed to favour one over the other. The same logic applies to almost every animal under the sun. But in the Abyss we don't just see symmetry of the creatures that inhabit it we also see the rule of two played out again and again. Two people needed to survive the curse (referring to nanachi's origins) Two thousand years between outbreaks of praying skeletons, Even the number of layers is divisible by two (since its considered to be at least eight deep but even then we only know of six) Everywhere you look in the abyss you don't just see unnatural perversions of geology or horrible monsters, the Abyss also refuses to obey more esoteric logic.
Theory two is more of a meme.
Theory two is that Lyza the Annihilator is actually The Boss from Metal Gear Solid
Both are blonde and blue eyed
Both gave birth to blonde haired children while under extreme stress (one in the middle of the Normandy landings the other in the Abyss itself)
Both have lost their husbands
Both have a strange unwieldy weapon with unlimited ammo
Both were laid to rest in a seemingly endless field of white flowers
And finally, both had their last wish misinterpreted leading to the main events of their respective series
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I've believe that there should be some reference to the many pages of beasts and relics present in the chapters, but I would like to know what others think before completing it.
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Hello there, fellow editors,
You might know me as a somewhat active editor and the guy who loves adding infoboxes. Given that most of the current bureaucrats are not really active, that I am quite enthusiastic about the Made in Abyss Wiki, and that I like how wikis work, I'd like to request to become a(nother) bureaucrat (and I promise you that I won't become inactive). Beside contributing to the wiki, I also own a Made in Abyss roleplay Discord server, and while that's far from managing a wiki, it's still managing, so I have some experience with running online projects.
With the help of the good people from r/MadeInAbyss and its Discord server, I hope we, the wiki, may become more organised, more active, and worthy of such a piece of art as is Made in Abyss. r/MadeInAbyss is also drumming up new contributors and would like to create a Discord server for the wiki.
You might be afraid that I'm a lobbyist, but no. I know that wikis are owned by all, and I shall uphold this principle, which is a principle which I hold in very high regard.
Please don't be afraid to ask me any questions.
Thank you for your consideration.
It seems her name isn't that clear-cut, with some people preferring one over the other. I think we ought to standardise this.
Since we don't have a manual of style at the moment, I think going by what the official translation uses is a good enough "policy". I know that that policy doesn't exist—we don't have any policies—but on Nanachi's article, there's a statement that because the official translator decided to use gender-neutral pronouns, we ought to use them too, which kind of implies that we hold the official translation in some regard.
One might say that her name isn't yet officially translated, but luckily, the official translator gave a statement about this on Twitter, where he supported the "Veko" variant. (https://twitter.com/jake_j_jung/status/1049061149516300288?s=19)
So I'd like to discuss the V(u)eko name problem and resolve it.
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If we use it we can fit more on a page, make it look cool and use sub pages better. There will be less pages to navigate on the normal site.
The downside is the mobile site. Tabs are not displayed and are replaced with a list of links. It'll be a lot of work to restructure pages.
Anything I missed?
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I enjoyed the anime pretty much and it looks like I'll have to continue with the manga. I heard that the manga is still not yet finished until today but the anime has a high chance of getting season 2 right?
Thanks to all work! Developing this wikia.
I discover Abyss by anime, and LOVE since firsts anime minutes.
Is a amazing story!
A question. In ep 3, showed a colorfull map. Will post here, too?
I'm a professional drawing artist. And I love, too, who I wanna do a one-shot about Abyss <3 just need time to do