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Gunblade Pilot Film Trailer Streamed

And the pilot trailer for GUNBLADE series, which will be directed by none other than Koichi Sakamoto is now up and streaming and it looks promising. Check out the trailer after the break!

The series production, with a budget of $20 million, is ready to begin filming this coming August and will air in Korea as early as next year, March 2015. Gunblade will be distributed in select Asian markets in June and September 2015 and is also planned to air in Europe and the United States by January of 2016.

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10 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    Remind me of some metal heroes but this is awesome!!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    kamen rider drive

  3. The design remind me of Tiger Bunny.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    The legs and feet are very similar to Iron Man's. KOREAN IRON MAN. This looks pretty cool though.

  5. mechahawk Says:

    That was an awesome way to kick of a series! It's a hybrid between a Korean Drama (koreanovela) and Japanese Tokusatsu!

    If they can keep the quality of production like all throughout. I will definitely watch this series! Good Job Koichi Sakamoto! Epic! ;)

  6. thejunkbox53 Says:

    wow, that looks expensive

  7. Anonymous Says:

    green iron man ?

  8. Anonymous Says:

    it pretty . . sucks for me

  9. Anonymous Says:

    i'm in no particular fan koichi sakamoto too much diagonal shots and shaky cams. there are moments where his directing doesnt become an eyesore and those a really pleasant to watch this is one of those cases.

    Europe huh? interesting.

  10. Anonymous Says:

    The show will have other members and will have their own suits. The pilot is really good. - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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