The Blu-ray box of the anime ” Cells at Work !” based on the popular manga by Akane Shimizu, will be released on April 5th. The release decision commercial has also been released.
The anime, which was serialized in “Monthly Sirius” (published by Kodansha) from 2015 to 2021, anthropomorphizes the tens of trillions of cells that work in the human body, such as red blood cells (CV: Kana Hanazawa ) and white blood cells. (Neutrophil / Tomoaki Maeno ) depicts the struggle to keep the human body healthy. In 2021, the spin-off ” Cells at Work! BLACK “, which Mr. Shimizu also supervised, was made into a TV animation.
In addition to all 13 episodes of the first season broadcast in 2018 and the special edition “Cold Syndrome,” all eight episodes of the second season ” Cells at Work!! ” published in 2021, the particular screening version ” Cells at Work!! “, the most potent enemy again. In addition, as a bonus, a three-sided box drawn by character designer Takahiko Yoshida, a digital jacket, and a special booklet is included. The price is 35,200 yen (tax included).
Also, as a store-wide benefit, if you purchase the same box at the target store, you will receive a transparent file on a first-come, first-served basis. In addition, some stores have unique benefits, such as a shoulder bag at ANIPLEX+, a 6PW bromide set at Animate, and a character fan board at Amazon (only for Amazon.co.jp limited products).
Cast Hanazawa and Maeno’s comments are as follows.
Kana Hanazawa (as Red Blood Cell)
Congratulations on the release of BDBOX! ” Cells at Work!” is a work that men and women of all ages can enjoy, so I recommend it to many people!
It happens inside my body, so I don’t think it’s someone else’s problem, and when I think of the cells in my body sweating and doing their best every day, it makes me feel like I have to take care of myself… I can’t overdo it… You can
Please take a look at it with your loved ones.
And please take care of yourself!!!
Tomoaki Maeno (role of white blood cell/neutrophil)
Thanks to ” Working Cells, “I learned about the wonders and mysteries of the human body again, and I came to feel a love for the cells that work in my body.
And when I think my cells are working even now, I should review my life for them.
I have seen in some articles that modern people push themselves too hard.
I hope this work will allow you to reconsider your body, which is working hard at work and school.