Cyberpunk: Edgerunners was one of the most unique releases of the year overall, and one great costume helps show why with Lucy! The year 2022 has been one of the most packed in recent memory as there have been a lot of interesting new anime releases coming out over the course of the seasonal schedule. But that wasn’t all because some of the biggest new anime projects were already hit off schedule when Netflix dropped one of the year’s most intriguing originals. Cyberpunk: Edgerunners pretty much took over when it hit, and it’s no surprise why when seeing all the iconic characters.
Cyberpunk: Edgerunners It had some of the biggest iconic characters of the anime year, thus it’s really not surprising to see how many fans fell in love with characters like Lucy instantly. Playing a major role in the series until the very end, Lucy emerged as a heroine unlike many of the other anime we’ve had over the year. Luckily, artist Yaya Han made full use of this with an adorable shot of Lucy with a co-cosplay Cyberpunk: EdgerunnersInstagram. Check it out below:
How to check out Cyberpunk: Edgerunners
If you are interested in reviewing the anime for yourself, you can find it right now Cyberpunk: Edgerunners Streaming with Netflix. Directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi with Hiromi Wakabayashi serving as creative director, Yoh Yoshinari as character designer and animation director, with a screenplay adapted by Yoshiki Usa and Masahiko Otsuka, Netflix teases the series as such, “The series tells a 10-episode standalone story about a street kid trying Survive in Night City – a city of the future obsessed with technology and body modification. And with everything to lose, he survives by becoming an edgerunner – an outlaw mercenary also known as a cyberpunk.”
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ComicBook.com’s Evan Valentine reviewed the series when it premiered on Netflix earlier this fall (which you can find in full here), and if you’re wondering whether or not he’s landed, here’s an excerpt, “…Edgerunners is a series that doesn’t shy away from extreme violence, and while some stars will meet horrific endings, Trigge was able to help make those scenes more difficult when they inevitably happen to a crew member who we’ve come to know over ten episodes. Trigger uses an animation style that’s fluid, lively, and crackling with strength all the way around, which helps keep your eyes glued to the screen for fear you’ll miss a moving cell along the way. “
What were you thinking Cyberpunk: Edgerunners? Where does it rank among your favorites of the year overall? Let us know all your thoughts on this topic and all things anime in the comments!