Made in Abyss Episode 1


Made in Abyss (Meido in Abisu) is an manga series by Akihito Tsukushi, the series has been adapted by Kinema Citrus. The story centers around a  system of caves called the “abyss.” The abyss is the only unexplored place in the world. Inhabited by odd creatures and unique relics, the caves are a source of adventure and intrigue for humans. These explorers are called, “Cave Raiders,” they head into the abyss in search of the relics. The first episode entitled, “The City of the Great Pit” introduces us to this world.

Riko and the Crimson Splitjaw

Riko is training to become a “Cave Raider,” like her mother, the episode reveals information about the world slowly. While discovering new relics, Riko witnesses a odd looking creature, a crimson splitjaw. The splitjaw attempts to eat Nat, Riko blows her whistle capturing the attention of the creature. It begins to chase her through the caves, she reaches a cliff and is trapped. However, she is rescued by what she learns is a robot boy, she later calls, Reg.

The director addressing the orphans

At first glace Made in Abyss may appear to be geared towards children, but it appeals to a wider audience. The animation quality of this series is stunning, fluid and detailed. The animation is on best display when witnessing the background, from the city surrounding the pit, Riko’s room or the classroom. As a lead character Riko is likable, as are her friends. Reg is interesting due to the mysteries surrounding his existence. Made in Abyss is an exciting new anime and I’m eager to see what it has to offer.

Reg, Robot boy

Coro Coro Comic July 2017

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4 thoughts on “Made in Abyss Episode 1

  1. I like the story you describe for this one. It is a pretty original premise, and judging from the panels you have included on this post, the animation looks very good as well. Great post, thanks for sharing this 😀

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