The fragile bonds that hold the survivors together are frayed
to breaking point, but in Gantz's game, survival is impossible
without a warm body guarding your back. As the Gantz reaches
into the "real" world and a fresh batch of resurrectees are
offered up on the altar of slaughter, Kurono finds himself
partnered with a new lady killer. If looks could kill, he
would have died a second time, but will she be his salvation
or his death? Get ready for the body count to go through the
roof, because nothing has prepared you for the final volume
seventh, and final volume of Gantz sees everything
come to a head. In the show's three remaining episodes,
Kurono must first convince his fellow gamers that he is not
the alien threat that they have to dispose of... as well as
convincing his teacher that he didn't have the hots for her
Labyrinth is Inescapable: Kurono finally manages to convince
the other players that the two tramp killers are total nut
jobs - that they will kill anyone that stands in their way.
Some of the team still need some proof that the two psychos
are really dangerous and this proves a fatal mistake as this
allows them the chance to kill off a few of the competition.
It soon becomes obvious that the tramp killers intend to kill
everyone else in order that they can survive the game.
Let's All Go Back Alive: Working together, the team
finally track down the tramp hunters, who have split up. The
youngest of the two pleads for forgiveness (once again) blaming
his partner for everything. Surely no one will fall for that
Live: The pressure is on for Kurono and the others to
survive the game. With only minutes left, it looks like there
will be no winners. How can Kurono have come so far only to
be beaten at the final hurdle?
volume, far from wrapping things up neatly, leaves everything
hanging in the air. It's down to the individual viewer to
decide what they think happens at the end and whether the
conclusion is a cop out or an ingenious way of leaving us
wanting more. Because of this, the final episode may disappoint
some viewers - although personally I found it to be a refreshing
change from the norm.
as in previous volumes, there is a little too much emphasis
on the characters screaming and shouting at one another -
which can be rather distracting.
include The Secret Behind the Impeccable Images of Gantz
(16 min featurette that goes behind the scenes at the animation
studio); DVD Special Feature Collection (16 min featurette
that collects together TV spots and interviews with the cast
I found the final three episodes to be a fitting conclusion
to this entertaining series - although I'm sure it won't be
to everyone's liking.