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High Rise Invasion now live on Netflix UK

High Rise Invasion now live on Netflix UK

Written by Ross Locksley on 26 Feb 2021



Another Netflix original anime has landed, called High-Rise Invasion, based on the manga by Tsuina Miura (illustated by Takahro Oba. The manga made it's debut online on DeNa's Mana Box app in 2013, and was translated for Western release by Seven Seas Entertainment.

The anime is animated by stdio Zero-G (Dive!!, Grand Blue) and comprises 12 episodes. 

Synopsis:
The unhinged and gory death-game manga High-Rise Invasion, created by Tsuina Miura (Ajin: Demi-Human) and Takahiro Oba (Box!), finally gets an anime adaptation! High school student Yuri Honjo finds herself lost in an “abnormal space” where countless skyscrapers are connected by suspension bridges and “masked figures” mercilessly slaughter their confused and fleeing victims. To survive in this hellish world, she has two choices: kill the masked figures or be killed. Yuri is determined to survive in order to destroy this irrational world, but what will be her ultimate fate?

Trailer:


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