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Gantz: O. 1 Std. 35 iamnotchinese.co-Anime. Kürzlich verstorbene Menschen wurden wieder zum Leben erweckt und müssen mit Hightech-Waffen nun. iamnotchinese.co - Kaufen Sie Gantz:O - günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen. Gantz Actionfilm/Science-Fiction-Film/Animations- & Zeichentrickfilm/Horrorfilm Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. Gantz:O ist eine Umsetzung des Mangas Gantz von Hiroya Oku, in dem tote Menschen wiederbelebt und auf Missionen gegen Aliens geschickt. Gantz (jap. ガンツ, Gantsu) ist eine Manga-Reihe des japanischen Zeichners Hiroya Oku. Der Manga wurde in einer Anime-Fernsehserie und einem Videospiel.

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Basierend auf der Manga-Serie Gantz von Hiroya Oku erzählt der Film von Kei, einem jungen Mann aus Tokio, der nach einem tödlichen U-Bahn-Unfall. Gantz: O. 1 Std. 35 iamnotchinese.co-Anime. Kürzlich verstorbene Menschen wurden wieder zum Leben erweckt und müssen mit Hightech-Waffen nun. Gantz (jap. ガンツ, Gantsu) ist eine Manga-Reihe des japanischen Zeichners Hiroya Oku. Der Manga wurde in einer Anime-Fernsehserie und einem Videospiel. Just watched it :P going to start the manga know. After the game you are scored Die Unglaubliche Reise In Einem VerrГјckten Raumschiff Stream each kill. In doing so, he sacrificed time with his brother to save. The others watch as the better-equipped Osaka team easily slaughters monsters. The fact that he goes to his brother doesnt mean he is free from Gantz, its just temporary, he then has to go back AGAIN. Signature Gantz, through and. If they leave, how come see more seem to retain their memories?

Hope I helped a couple of people. Didn't the events occur over the night? He was on the phone prior to his death, then again at a payphone during the event.

Granted both communications were over phone which might amount to some explanation. I looked at wikipedia and the freedom rule said you would not be brought back to Gantz, I'm guessing they differed the rules a bit from Manga?

The whole teleportation and resurrection thing would have me think it's more of a simulation and their bodies aren't physically there : Wikipedia sort of answers it as supernatural powers though.

Gant:Z The ball thing has a living being inside of it and it came from the same place as the monsters I can't give you all the details because I don't know them myself but I can say that in the movie there is no word of not being allowed back into Gant:Z and so far I haven't read anything in the Manga that says that either.

And they are chosen right before their deaths someone will come up to them to talk or someone will need help and what they do will deem if they will be allowed into Gant:Z That's what the manga said.

Yeah, some of those details I got from watching the Anime really slow and probably not worth it to be honest, was sort of disappointing, just did not see myself having the time to invest into the manga anytime soon.

In the anime some old lady is always showing up when Gantz is about to bring a main character into the room, not just before they'll die.

So technically they die for real, Gantz can just clean it up somehow and clones them. The ending is the middle if you look at the time line.

First death in real life, his first time to points, he takes the revival. Sees his brother he walks in the door, movie ends.

Then dies a second time getting stabbed. Second time to points. This time he chooses to revive the girl. He starts the game over.

This is where the timeline ends. But the second time he realizes he's allowed to leave that apartment room.

He's running with his clothes in hand to his brother. I get what you're saying, but couldn't it also be interpreted this way?

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Just incase you didn't know, manga is read right to left. You may have to change your zoom to get the page positioned well.

The girl, Anzu, who you are speaking of who seems cheesy is not nearly as annoying, imo, in the manga lol. At the very least in the movie since their is to much focus on this aspect of a romance it comes of weird.

I also have the feeling that the director wanted to appeal to a certain Japanese character cliche in order for it to perhaps appeal to a market, she is not nearly as happy looking or woo-hoo as in the movie; only a little bit I have no idea why I ranted that much on that topic lol just annoyed me in the movie.

When you finish the chapters of awesomeness, there are short few chapter side stories and ongoing newer series I haven't read it yet And other manga that are similar like Battle Royale, Berserk, Eden no Ori my first manga.

Thank you for telling me about that. She really turned me off from getting into the source material after watching the movie, but I think I may decide to read it soon.

Also, is there a romance aspect in the series because it seemed so odd in the movie. I can hardly stomach romance most of the time.

Also the character cliche was a bummer too. It felt dumb and cheesy. I really hope the manga doesn't pull that shit. This manga is kind of like the complete package.

I once had to do a report on social issues being addressed in a novel, and when I looked at the list of possible ones I was able to, off the top of my head read the manga a year prior , recall over different social issues addressed in the manga.

There were like 10 on the list I didn't see it bring up. I'll just say that the romances deal with reality. There are different characters with romances.

In fact, one of the biggest problems people have with this manga is that the romance was not cheesy enough in the end portion At least what they perceived it should be.

So when she tries to leave and shes like I'm going to try and answer this in a way that peaks your interest enough to read the manga, but still answers your questions.

Gantz is the name of the man inside the ball. It's a confusing concept, and one hard to understand unless you've read the manga. Why does take people that have died and force them to play 'the game?

Again, to get a better understanding of that without spoilers, you would need to read the manga. What are the monsters? They are aliens.

The usual line is, "They are alien immigrants fleeing from a dying star system. Gantz, which is one of many, many 'Balls' that control 'Teams' across the globe, is part of humanities response to this 'invasion.

Why do they attack? It's not entirely explained. You'll notice that a lot of the aliens are really, really weird.

My theory is that our understanding of reality, at least in the Gantz universe, is not entirely complete and perhaps these aliens from another star system are more 'thought' than 'form.

Some can be somewhat passive and slip in to a degree, but a majority can't. So it's can of understandable that they would clash with us.

It is my theory that they are mostly 'thought' and when they come to Earth they take a form that is influenced heavily by the combined psyche of the humans around them.

Which is why aliens in Japan have a heavily Japanese-theme, or Aliens that for some reason find their home in a Buddhist temple take the form of Buddhist statues.

It's really fucking weird and mind-bendlingly hard to even get a minor grasp on. My other theory is that the aliens are quite They don't think the way we do, they think in an entirely different manner than we do.

However, they are trying to fit in. So they use their technology and advanced understanding of the universe to try and 'fit in' in an attempt to co-exist.

However, humans being humans, we kill them. Part of this is Gantz. I believe the Osaka event on which the manga is based is a sort of rebellion by the aliens against the 'Black suits' such as the Gantz team attacking them.

Essentially, they attack us because we attack them. Why did the movie cut? Not entirely sure. My theory, at least at the time, was that he came home only to realize that it was so late that his brother had already woken up and gone to school.

As in, he rushed home expecting to find his brother, but when he got there and realized he wasn't home, he thought, "Oh!

It's that late already The woman confessing her love wasn't quite as cheesy in the manga as she was in the film. However, you've got to realize that this girl has been in a life-or-death situation night-after-night for quite some time, fighting these aliens.

To protect herself, she hardened herself and distanced herself from her emotions. You saw how her 'team mates' acted. They are quite messed up in the film, but multiple times more so in the manga.

So, at least as someone who has read the manga, her running into someone so devoted and brave as Kato breaking the 'shell' she created for herself and making her realize she is actually human, then professing her love for the person who made her realize this, isn't so odd.

While the animation studio certainly did a fantastic job, all the monsters in the film were based on the monsters designed and created by the Mangaka and originally appear in the manga.

If you like them, you should definitely check out the manga. After the mission is completed, you are allowed to leave the room.

When a new mission is ready, which isn't always every night but it can be several nights in a row, you are beamed in from wherever you are.

You could be on the toilet taking a poo and get beamed in. If you try to leave the room before a mission is over, or during the period between being beamed in and being given the mission details, you will find that it is completely impossible to leave as there is an invisible force field.

Thanks for answering, if you do. When someone dies during the time window of a mission start, this person might find themselves within the 'Gantz Game.

During a mission you are transferred onto the playground and have to 'clear the stage', meaning to kill the assigned target boss. If someone clears the stage, all players are transferred back to the room.

This might restore your body in case you have been injured. If you are alive when the transfer starts, no matter how severe the injuries are, you will be back in one piece.

You are now free to leave the room and return to your daily lives until Gantz transfer's you back to the room.

In Gantz:O Katou the guy who was stabbed died and was transferred to the room. He killed an absurdly powerful boss monster and therefore gained points.

He used those points to revive the girl from Osaka that died during the boss fight. After he leaves the room, to return to his little brother it is revealed that he already played the game before hit by a train and spawned into the game.

During his first run he also managed to get points and the other players convinced him to quit Gantz, have his memory erased and take care of his little brother Wouldn't it be in the best interest of Earth to have Gantz automatically revive anyone who gets killed while fighting the aliens?

Thinking about this more, why does everything have to be framed as a "game". It makes more sense for Gantz to be coordinating planetary defenses and doing everything possible to kick out the alien invaders.

Treating the battles as a "game" doesn't really make sense and actually handicaps the war effort.

Here's how i frame it. Because is not a matter of numbers. Technically gantz could revive anyone who ever played the game and have a huge army but you can imagine the weapons and armor they use cost resources.

Gantz is not forming an army it's training small specialist teams. Gantz units wants to build the best team if you survive then you have proven yourself worthy to continue using its resources.

It's like a messed up application of survival of the fittest. It is not in gantz's interest to revive those who fall since they proved unworthy.

But it is in it's interest to keep those who survived, the skilled ones, motivated which it does by giving the ability to revive their friends.

Otherwise everyone who is not a psycho like the osaka guys would just choose to leave the game as soon as they hit In the grand scheme of things giving 1 failure a second chance is a great investment if it means keeping a skilled soldier on the team.

In addition for those who are psycho it provides motivation in the form of weapon upgrades. If you continue to survive and beat the game several times then you you prove yourself worthy of more expensive equipment since they just cant hand out a fucking mecha to every newbie who ends up there after a heart attack.

I should also note that IIRC Osaka is the manga's first large scale battle the battles get progressively bigger after as they do on most comics.

They don't normally face that many enemies nor do they get to easily revive at least one person after each battle. Getting to points is usually pretty damn hard and takes several missions.

In the movie they even mention how rare a points target is. So a skilled fighter trying to revive someone would do several missions which would more than pay back whatever investment gantz puts into the revived failure.

I'm guessing there is a point cap? He's awarded points but did get other kills earlier on, so if the boss monster was worth it seemed to ignore the additional points assuming they could carry over after spending Those questions are somehow addressed within the manga but I can't recite without complete spoiler galore.

Oh my word! So this is what happened! I couldn't figure out the ending at all. So the scene where he is 'freed' and there is a kid, the angry bearded dude, long haired girl's boyfriend, long haired girl and teen in suits, that's actually a flash back?

So who's the kid and the angry dude? What happened to those guys? They are dead in Gantz:O. The esper guy, his mentor and some others also died prior to the Osaka mission in the movies storyline.

Ohhhh ok. That is what I was confused about. It was a flashback. I thought it was supposed to be a flash forward but was confused thinking they flashed back again.

The participant can return to their normal life, never having to be summoned by Gantz again. As a price, their memories of Gantz and the missions will be erased.

No idea what time span was before he got out the first time and then got killed by the knife guy, which seemed almost intentional to get him back.

But Kato died again, being stabbed. So that makes him fair game to be brought back. He will continue to be brought back until he chooses the third option again.

Which will free him from being brought back. It sort of seemed like he was intentionally targetted by the attacker in the station. As if playing to his trait to protect others.

Watching the anime which is painfully slow, seems Gantz has some influence on the real world too. Manga would probably be great but that's a huge time sink :P.

No, you don't lose your memory unless you choose option 3 in the bonus menu, which wipes your memory and removes you from the game.

The others do leave, just after Kato the guy who left the room at the end of the movie. The others are veterans of the Gantz game and aren't so excited to leave, so they take their time.

Kato, the guy who was stabbed and the main protagonist of the movie, was killed. The way you are put into the Gantz game is dying.

In the manga, Kato is put into the Gantz game at the same time as Kurono the guy who dies in the big fight at the very, very beginning of the movie.

Kato and Kurono jumped onto some rail tracks to save a drunk guy, and did so, but at the same time they ended up getting hit by a train.

Rather than die, they both found themselves in the Gantz room along with a decent number of other newbies. Please do read the manga.

It is literally in the top five of all-time greatest manga. It would be a good introduction to the medium and is generally just a great story with fantastic artwork.

You don't lose your memory after each mission. If you survive, you can literally walk out of the building and go back to your life until teleported back in again.

Everyone leaves after they survive a mission. Gantz clones a person just before they die in the real world so they end up having a chance to continue their life as long they don't die in the game.

It seems like the movie takes place way into the series but uses Katou's position after losing his memory of the game as a way to explain the working of the Gantz world to new viewers.

In the manga, it is a slow build of confusion, distress, and discovery that is far more satisfying. Geekbutt is correct.

There is a story arc in the manga, known as the 'Osaka arc. They chose this as it was a great opportunity to show off the awesome battles in Gantz, along with the incredibly monster designs, and having Kato re-introduced to the Gantz game is a great way for new people to be introduced to the story without having to start at the very beginning.

No prob, I am happy to explain those kinds of details if you don't plan on reading it. PM if you want. It wasn't an invisible force field.

There's a bomb in their heads that goes off if they leave the mission area also if they try to talk about Gantz to normal people outside of a mission.

I'm talking about the room. The room has an invisible force field that makes it impossible for them to leave. If they tried to use the handles on the sliding glass door, for example, they would find themselves to get a grip on it.

Oh man. After seeing this I have to go back and re-read the manga again. At first it was slightly jarring coping with how the screenplay adapted the original story-- I really like Kurono's arc of becoming a selfish asshole to selfless hero.

But following this non-stop action flick from Kato's point of view and THEN the plot twist at the end made me realize how much more faithful this actually was and really appreciated it.

Also Jesus Christ they kept the woman-boob-abomination monster in: fucking nightmare fuel. Signature Gantz, through and through.

The movie didn't have the weed-smoking pervert psychopath that would do anything that resembles a "do-able partner", including that boob-monster.

Do yourself a favor and read the manga. You will get much more enjoyement out of reading it rather than us telling you.

Thanks everyone for the break downs with little spoilers. I just watched this myself, and read a bit of the manga from before.

Going to dive back into it! Just a quick comment on my interpretation of the cut scene at the end when Kato arrives home. The significance of the scene is purely closing a story arc where Kato repeatedly promises his brother, "I will come home" throughout the film.

When he comes home finally, and says "I'm home" he is merely fulfilling that promise. Before Suzuki can explain further, a black orb identified as "Gantz" announces that their next mission is about to begin.

The angry man refuses to participate and is killed by Nishi, who reasons that he would have been a liability. After putting on skintight suits containing advanced technology, the group is teleported to Osaka.

When Kato presses for answers, Nishi threatens to kill him. Suzuki quickly explains the "game": the team is given two hours to kill every monster in the city; if they fail, the team members die.

After Kato and his team meet the Osaka team, some of whom have exotic weapons, Suzuki tells him that players acquire points for killing monsters.

Anyone who scores points can choose from three bonuses: upgraded weaponry, resurrection of a fallen teammate, or freedom from the "game".

Nishi turns invisible to stealthily wait for high point monsters. The others watch as the better-equipped Osaka team easily slaughters monsters.

Reika and Suzuki urge Kato to not engage the monsters needlessly, but he insists that they rescue the city's citizens.

They refuse, saying they are too weak. Anzu Yamasaki, a member of the Osaka team, follows Kato, trying to figure out his motivation. Kato says he is a student who has been living alone with his younger brother since the death of their parents.

Yamasaki reveals that she has a young son and says they have something in common: both must stay alive to help someone who depends on them.

Although Yamasaki initially believes that Kato is showing off, she eventually concludes that he genuinely wants to help others and joins him in killing a monster that was menacing civilians.

A gigantic monster rises from the water, and an equally large mecha appears, piloted by seven-time winner Hachiro Oka.

Oka kills the monster but loses his mecha. In the meantime, another monster kills the two most competent players on the Osaka team.

Oka, wounded and weaponless, engages the lead monster, who appears in a series of increasingly deadly forms.

Oka appears to win but tells the team it is not dead; it must be taken by surprise to be truly killed.

After rising, the demon easily defeats the remaining players. Suzuki is heavily wounded after sacrificing himself to save Kato, and Nishi's arm is ripped off.

Instead of killing them, it goes after Oka, who has left to retrieve better weapons. Knowing someone must defeat the demon and Oka may be too wounded, Kato decides to act as a decoy while Reika and Yamasaki snipe the monster.

Before the plan begins, Yamasaki proposes that, if she and Kato survive, they begin living together with her son and Kato's brother.

Although surprised, Kato agrees, and they take their positions. The demon, having killed Oka, attacks Kato, and the others shoot it from a distance.

Before dying, the demon kills Yamasaki and maims Kato. Kato collapses beside Yamasaki's body, and the others assume him dead.

Reika, Suzuki, and Nishi are surprised when he rejoins them at the base, where all are fully healed. When the scores are tallied up, Kato has points; Reika and Suzuki encourage him to choose his freedom, but he resurrects Yamasaki.

After Gantz allows them to leave, Kato races to his brother. The others reveal that this is Kato's second time in Gantz' game: after winning a previous game, he was granted his freedom and had his memories wiped.

Although they do not know how he returned, they state that his self-sacrificing nature remains the same.

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What is the point of the game, anyway? Why did the movie cut right when the main guy came back to the house to see his brother?

Why did he look surprised? I tried to read through some of the posts here in this subreddit to try to clarify my confusion but gave up. It appears the movie is based on a "manga".

I honestly had no idea what that word meant until I looked it up a couple of minutes ago haha. I know things will be clearer if I read the Japanese comic books, but hopefully someone can explain some things to me.

The animation style is very unique, definitely much different than Pixar or Disney. And I loved the monster designs by the animation studio.

So many creepy looking monsters! The creepy old man transforming into a pile of naked women bodies literally made me say "Oh shit" out loud!

I will try to make a pretty light statement of the overall manga without much spoilers in case you decide to read it. The "monsters are actually aliens which planet got destroyed and they move to earth, space immigrants.

They dont attack Japan only, just like there are different teams for different cities, there are teams around the world.

Gantz is based on alien tec, so does the weapons, suits, etc. It resurrects people simple si they can be forcejeo to play the game, which main objective yo the players is survive and gain points, altough the true objective is later revealed.

Why did they cut the movie when the main character enter his house? We dont know. In the manga nothing happens with his borther at that point, maybe a cliffhanger?

Send me a PM, just in case anyone here doenst want to read that spoiler dont know which scripp work for the Tag spoiler in this sub. I didn't like how they made Kato as the main and 1st timer, Kei in the manga didn't die in the vampire mission.

Kato was his partner when they both got into Gantz. Kato died in the Temple mission then later was revived by Kei's team of Old guy and Reika.

Kei choose his freedom after that, his memory erased while Kato takes the leadership role. But alas, the remaining high class vampire members hunted Kei for killing their comrade.

Kato and the team tried to stop them but too late, then the Osaka mission started. Kato's goal was to revived his friend Kei Kurono.

The true objective is. Gantz is created by an advance alien civilization. It's main role it to eradicated outside threat for their planetary colonization.

Their target is earth. The Manga story is complete. Very entertaining to read. He's no longer wearing the power suit when he opens the door at the end.

How come nobody mentions that. He was wearing it while running on the street. Idk what to make of that.

He brought back everyone that died the ex leader and the guy the kid killed when he first got to Gantz. When he is running in his suit he goes to see his brother but he has chosen freedom over and over after he brought them back.

They said "He's always the same trying to save everyone everytime he comes back" he has been there a few times from what I got from that after the first.

But when he chooses freedom they said "We have to tell him" and boom ending he walks in the door. The scene where Kato chooses to be free is before the events of the movie.

He was there before, but when you choose freedom your memories get erased. That's why Reika was like "I didn't know he would come back.

Always trying to save others, etc. According to wikipedia the rules for freedom say you won't be brought back, which is rather confusing since he clearly was.

It happens more than once that someone ends up back in the room after clearing the game, so there is precedent for Kato coming back.

This comment is so wrong and full of shit that its painful. The part where you see him choosing to leave is actually what happened before the first time he died in the normal world and landed in Gantz HQ.

The fact that he goes to his brother doesnt mean he is free from Gantz, its just temporary, he then has to go back AGAIN.

So basically he was there only 2 times, 1 when he arrived with Kei the actual protagonist from Gantz in which story he actually ends up choosing freedom as you see in the flashback.

And the second time which is the one we see in this movie. We could say, that he died twice in the real world, when he got run over by a train read manga or watch anime and when he got stabbed movie gantz:o Your comment is very confusing for people who didnt read or watched it.

Would be better off if you deleted it, sorry. Hope I helped a couple of people. Didn't the events occur over the night?

He was on the phone prior to his death, then again at a payphone during the event. Granted both communications were over phone which might amount to some explanation.

I looked at wikipedia and the freedom rule said you would not be brought back to Gantz, I'm guessing they differed the rules a bit from Manga?

The whole teleportation and resurrection thing would have me think it's more of a simulation and their bodies aren't physically there : Wikipedia sort of answers it as supernatural powers though.

Gant:Z The ball thing has a living being inside of it and it came from the same place as the monsters I can't give you all the details because I don't know them myself but I can say that in the movie there is no word of not being allowed back into Gant:Z and so far I haven't read anything in the Manga that says that either.

And they are chosen right before their deaths someone will come up to them to talk or someone will need help and what they do will deem if they will be allowed into Gant:Z That's what the manga said.

Yeah, some of those details I got from watching the Anime really slow and probably not worth it to be honest, was sort of disappointing, just did not see myself having the time to invest into the manga anytime soon.

In the anime some old lady is always showing up when Gantz is about to bring a main character into the room, not just before they'll die.

So technically they die for real, Gantz can just clean it up somehow and clones them. The ending is the middle if you look at the time line.

First death in real life, his first time to points, he takes the revival. Sees his brother he walks in the door, movie ends.

Then dies a second time getting stabbed. Second time to points. This time he chooses to revive the girl.

He starts the game over. This is where the timeline ends. But the second time he realizes he's allowed to leave that apartment room.

He's running with his clothes in hand to his brother. I get what you're saying, but couldn't it also be interpreted this way?

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Just incase you didn't know, manga is read right to left. You may have to change your zoom to get the page positioned well. The girl, Anzu, who you are speaking of who seems cheesy is not nearly as annoying, imo, in the manga lol.

At the very least in the movie since their is to much focus on this aspect of a romance it comes of weird. I also have the feeling that the director wanted to appeal to a certain Japanese character cliche in order for it to perhaps appeal to a market, she is not nearly as happy looking or woo-hoo as in the movie; only a little bit I have no idea why I ranted that much on that topic lol just annoyed me in the movie.

When you finish the chapters of awesomeness, there are short few chapter side stories and ongoing newer series I haven't read it yet And other manga that are similar like Battle Royale, Berserk, Eden no Ori my first manga.

Thank you for telling me about that. She really turned me off from getting into the source material after watching the movie, but I think I may decide to read it soon.

Also, is there a romance aspect in the series because it seemed so odd in the movie. I can hardly stomach romance most of the time. Also the character cliche was a bummer too.

It felt dumb and cheesy. I really hope the manga doesn't pull that shit. This manga is kind of like the complete package.

I once had to do a report on social issues being addressed in a novel, and when I looked at the list of possible ones I was able to, off the top of my head read the manga a year prior , recall over different social issues addressed in the manga.

There were like 10 on the list I didn't see it bring up. I'll just say that the romances deal with reality. There are different characters with romances.

In fact, one of the biggest problems people have with this manga is that the romance was not cheesy enough in the end portion At least what they perceived it should be.

So when she tries to leave and shes like I'm going to try and answer this in a way that peaks your interest enough to read the manga, but still answers your questions.

Gantz is the name of the man inside the ball. It's a confusing concept, and one hard to understand unless you've read the manga.

Why does take people that have died and force them to play 'the game? Again, to get a better understanding of that without spoilers, you would need to read the manga.

What are the monsters? They are aliens. The usual line is, "They are alien immigrants fleeing from a dying star system.

Gantz, which is one of many, many 'Balls' that control 'Teams' across the globe, is part of humanities response to this 'invasion. Why do they attack?

It's not entirely explained. You'll notice that a lot of the aliens are really, really weird. My theory is that our understanding of reality, at least in the Gantz universe, is not entirely complete and perhaps these aliens from another star system are more 'thought' than 'form.

Some can be somewhat passive and slip in to a degree, but a majority can't. So it's can of understandable that they would clash with us. It is my theory that they are mostly 'thought' and when they come to Earth they take a form that is influenced heavily by the combined psyche of the humans around them.

Which is why aliens in Japan have a heavily Japanese-theme, or Aliens that for some reason find their home in a Buddhist temple take the form of Buddhist statues.

It's really fucking weird and mind-bendlingly hard to even get a minor grasp on. My other theory is that the aliens are quite They don't think the way we do, they think in an entirely different manner than we do.

However, they are trying to fit in. So they use their technology and advanced understanding of the universe to try and 'fit in' in an attempt to co-exist.

However, humans being humans, we kill them. Part of this is Gantz. I believe the Osaka event on which the manga is based is a sort of rebellion by the aliens against the 'Black suits' such as the Gantz team attacking them.

Essentially, they attack us because we attack them. Why did the movie cut? Before the plan begins, Yamasaki proposes that, if she and Kato survive, they begin living together with her son and Kato's brother.

Although surprised, Kato agrees, and they take their positions. The demon, having killed Oka, attacks Kato, and the others shoot it from a distance.

Before dying, the demon kills Yamasaki and maims Kato. Kato collapses beside Yamasaki's body, and the others assume him dead.

Reika, Suzuki, and Nishi are surprised when he rejoins them at the base, where all are fully healed. When the scores are tallied up, Kato has points; Reika and Suzuki encourage him to choose his freedom, but he resurrects Yamasaki.

After Gantz allows them to leave, Kato races to his brother. The others reveal that this is Kato's second time in Gantz' game: after winning a previous game, he was granted his freedom and had his memories wiped.

Although they do not know how he returned, they state that his self-sacrificing nature remains the same. Gantz: O was released in Japan by Toho on October 14, The film opened across locations and ranked at 6 at the Japanese box office in its opening weekend.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gantz: O Theatrical release poster. Digital Frontier. Box Office Mojo. Retrieved October 30, Retrieved May 8, Anime News Network.

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