What Is the Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead Anime Release Date?
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Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead Anime Release Date Announced

The Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead anime release date isn’t too far away. We knew it’d show up in July, and now we have an exact date. Viz Media announced it will air worldwide starting on July 9, 2023. People in regions like North America can find it on both Hulu and Netflix starting that month. In addition, new key art and theme song details appeared.

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First, here’s the new Zom 100 anime key art that appeared alongside the announcement. From left to right, Akira Tendo, Kencho, Shizuka Mikazuki, and Beatrix Amerhauser appear. All four are surviving the zombie apocalypse. For those unfamiliar with the series, it takes its name from the fact that former office worker Akira is attempting to complete his “bucket list” of 100 things he’d like to do before possibly also becoming a zombie.

As for the music, both the first opening and ending theme details appeared. Kana-Boon will perform “Song of the Dead” as the opening theme. They previously did theme songs for shows like Naruto Shippuden, Boruto, and My Hero Academia. Shiyui is in charge of the ending song “Happiness of the Dead.” She also is behind the Gundam: The Witch from Mercury theme song ““Kimiyo Kedakakuare.”

The release date for the Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead anime is July 9, 2023, and people can stream it on Hulu and Netflix. The manga localization is being handled by Viz Media.

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