C&C - Blade Runner: Black Out 2022 [11/26]

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I didn't see a topic for this, so let me create one. Directed and written by Shinichiro Watanabe, this 15 minute short will be making it's television debut tonight at 11 PM EST. In terms of the timeline, this takes place three years after the original Blade Runner and 10 years before Black Lotus. This short chronicles a major event that effects both Black Lotus and Blade Runner: 2049. Of course, if you happen to miss tonight's airing, don't fret, you can also watch the full thing on Youtube legally:

 
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Only six months until this **** goes down.

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More human than human. Someone's a White Zombie fan.

I believe I saw some rotoscoping there.

It's too bad Trixie won't live. But then again, who does?

EMP, basically an A-bomb for electronics.

Out with the old, in with the new.

It's also too bad I won't be staying up until 3am to watch a movie I already saw that would be shorter by fast-forwarding through the commercials. Besides, is this even Toonami? I don't see TOM or Sara.
 

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^Figured TOM and Sara only work Saturday nights and Sunday mornings. It's in their contract. :p

Rewatching this only made me wish even more that they continued this animation style with Black Lotus.
 

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