ZETMAN on Australian DVD in April 2014
On April 16th, the Australian label Madman Entertainment will release ZETMAN (ゼットマン, Zettoman, 2012) on Region 4 DVD. Produced by Studio TMS, the animation studio behind D.GRAY MAN, ZETMAN is a new take on superheroes with detailed character designs, dark heroes and monsters, and stylistic violence. A dark, superpowered slugfest of vengeance vs justice, the series is perfect for fans of DARKER THAN BLACK and GUYVER.
There are two forces in the world: the Zet, who are entrusted with the survival of humanity, and the Alphas, who have chosen an extreme form of justice. In a certain city, Jin lives under a bridge with an old man, struggling to pay off debts. He carries the destiny of humanity’s survival. Kouga lives on a hill and stands to inherit vast wealth. In his admiration for heroes, he seeks out the meaning of justice. They don’t know it now, but they are destined to one day meet.
ZETMAN collects the complete series of 13 episodes.
Format: DVD (Region 4, PAL)
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: April 16, 2014
SRP: $59.95 AUD
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Widescreen Full Height Anamorphic
Language: Japanese, English
Running Time: 325 minutes
Madman is a leading independent film and television distribution and rights management company, with offices in Australia and New Zealand. Madman is renowned for its commitment to quality Australian and foreign film, factual content, as well as highly collectable categories such as Japanese anime, genre film, animation and cult television. Madman’s capabilities encompass end to end acquisition, marketing, creative, sales and distribution in all mediums and formats, from the silver screen to the digital realm. Madman is also a proud producer of Australian film and television content. Put simply, Madman is mad for entertainment.
Madman is owned by Funtastic Limited, one of Australia’s largest wholesalers of consumer products into retail outlets and an Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) listed company.
For more information on ZETMAN please see the earlier coverage here on SciFi Japan: