• Availability Information Sorry, due to licensing limitations, videos are unavailable in your region: K (Sub) Sorry, due to licensing limitations, videos are unavailable in your region: K (Dub) • About the Show Shiro is an easygoing teenager content with just being a student—until his seemingly perfect life is halted when a bloodthirsty clan, glowing Shiro is an easygoing teenager content with just being a student—until his seemingly perfect life is halted when a bloodthirsty clan, glowing red with fire, attempts to kill him in the streets.
Unbeknownst to Shiro, he is suspected of murdering a member of their clan and will need a miracle to escape their vengeance. Miraculously, a young man named Kuroh Yatogami swings in and aids Shiro in his getaway, only to reveal he's also after Shiro's life. Now a hunted man, Shiro will have to evade the clans of seven powerful kings and desperately try to prove his innocence—before it’s too late! . more • User Ratings Synopsis Shiro is an easygoing teenager content with just being a student—until his seemingly perfect life is halted when a bloodthirsty clan, glowing red with fire, attempts to kill him in the streets.
Unbeknownst to Shiro, he is suspected of murdering a member of their clan and will need a miracle to escape their vengeance. Miraculously, a young man named Kurou Yatogami swings in and aids Shiro in his getaway, only to reveal he's also after Shiro's life. Now a hunted man, Shiro will have to evade the clans of seven powerful k project season 1 and desperately try to prove his innocence—before it’s too late!
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K project season 1 can help K Project Wiki by expanding it. K (series) Series Information Genre Action, Supernatural Writer GoRA Works Anime K K: Return of Kings K: Missing Kings Manga K: Memory of Red K: Stray Dog Story K: Days of Blue K: The First K -Lost Small World- K -Count Down- Novel K SIDE:BLUE K SIDE:RED K SIDE:Black & White Ｋ -Lost Small World- Game K - The Lost King K -Wonderful School Days- K is the name of a multimedia anime/manga franchise created by GoRA.
Contents • 1 Anime • 1.1 K • 1.1.1 Plot Summary • 1.2 K: Return of Kings • 1.2.1 Plot Summary • 1.3 Main Characters • 2 K: Missing Kings • 2.1 Plot Summary • 3 Manga • 3.1 K: Memory of Red • 3.1.1 Plot Summary • 3.1.2 Main Characters • 3.2 K: Stray Dog Story • 3.2.1 Plot Summary • 3.2.2 Main K project season 1 • 3.3 K: Days of Blue • 3.3.1 Plot Summary • 3.3.2 Main Characters • 3.4 K: The First • 3.5 K -Lost Small World- • 3.6 K -Count Down- • 3.7 Novel • 3.8 Trading CDs • 3.8.1 Radio Drama • 3.9 Music • 3.10 Video Game • 3.11 Artwork Compilation Book • 4 Official Websites • 5 Reception • 6 References Anime [ ] K [ ] Main article: K K is a 2012 anime series produced by the studio GoHands and directed by Shingo Suzuki.
It began airing in Japan on October 4, 2012, as well as Animax Asia with the same release schedule. The series has been licensed by Viz Media in North America, and have also streamed the episodes on the VizAnime video site. Plot Summary [ ] Yashiro Isana has lived a relatively ordinary, simple life.
He lives in the technology-advanced Tokyo Metropolis  and attends Ashinaka High School, a notable high school that is located on an island just outside the areas. Yashiro is friendly to everyone.
Nothing ever seems wrong about him, except perhaps his habit of forgetting where his school's PDA is.
However, nothing normal has been happening since the recent murder of Tatara Totsuka, prominent member of the infamous HOMRA. No one knows who exactly killed him but the man responsible bears an uncanny, identical appearance to Yashiro. Seeking vengeance, the Red Clansmen of HOMRA set out to get Yashiro and kill him.
Everyone suspects that Yashiro is the murderer. But whether the guilt k project season 1 him or not is unclear. so i dont know. K: Return of Kings [ ] Main article: K: Return of Kings K: Return of Kings k project season 1 the sequel to the first K anime, produced by GoHands and directed by Shingo Suzuki.
It began airing in Japan on October 2nd, 2015, with 13 episodes released. Plot Summary [ ] After the defeat of Mikoto Suoh, Anna Kushina became the new King of HOMRA.
Knowing his clock is ticking much like his late friend, Reisi Munakata and Scepter 4 form an alliance with HOMRA. However, with the rising threat of
Main Characters [ ] Yashiro Isana He is a 17-year-old student at Ashinaka High School, nicknamed Shiro. Yashiro is a regular high school student coming from a regular family. He is accused of being the "evil" Colorless King responsible for murdering Homra Clansmen Tatara Totsuka, and thus, his life is now on the line. In the midst of his struggle for survival, Yashiro learns more about the idea of Clans, Clansmen, and Kings. Kuroh Yatogami He is the 18-year-old vassal of the former 7th King, Ichigen Miwa.
Kuroh's goal is to fulfill his deceased master's final wish: kill the "evil" King said to be the next Colorless King, otherwise known as his successor. With the events of Tatara Totsuka's death, Kuroh accuses Yashiro of being the "evil" King and aspires to kill him.
Kuroh is a skilled swordsman and additionally possesses an unknown ability, which allows him to manifest a physical hand extension from his own. Neko A mysterious, 15-year-old girl with the ability to transform from a human girl into a small kitten. Neko is childish, energetic and optimistic. She has a deep affection for Yashiro Isana and claims to be his cat, adding that they've been inseparable since the moment they first met. In addition to her transformation powers, Neko can create various illusions using the bells she uses as accessories.
K: Missing Kings [ ] Main article: K: Missing Kings K: Missing Kings is the sequel movie to the anime K. It is produced by GoHands and premiered in Japan on 12 July 2014. Plot Summary [ ] Set around 13 October 2014, the movie follows from where season 1 ends just after Yashiro Isana, the First and Silver King, is blown away by Mikoto Suoh, the Third and Red King who still believes that Yashiro Isana is guilty of murdering Tatara Totsuka.
Neko and Kuroh Yatogami search for Yashiro Isana, and Anna Kushina's conflict with
During the many encounters that the Red Clan, the Blue Clan, and the Silver Clan have with Jungle (The Fifth and Green Clan), the news is received that the Second and Gold King, Daikaku Kokujōji, has passed away.
An unexpected hero comes to the rescue of Kuroh Yatogami while facing his former clansman Yukari Mishakuji, as they were both clansmen of the former Colourless King K project season 1 Miwa before he died, the former Red King Mikoto Suoh's Second in Command, Izumo Kusanagi, returns from a research trip to Germany, the Blue King Reishi Munakata's Lieutenant, Seri Awashima, is faced with the reality of having to kill her King before his Damocles Sword becomes too unstable and falls.
Many chance meetings are found, realities faced, challenges overcome, and a new Red King is born. How they survive the attacks from Jungle, the Green Clan will require much teamwork from the Silver Clan, the Red Clan (and their new King), and the Blue Clan.
Will Saruhiko Fushimi survive Jungle and the challenges that come with facing his former best friend from HOMRA, Misaki Yata? Putting animosity aside and working together is not as easy as they think it will be. Manga [ ] K: Memory of Red [ ] Main article: K: Memory of Red K: Memory of Red is a manga prequel to the anime K.
It is written by Rei Rairaku (Pink) of GoRA and illustrated by Yui Kuroe, and has been serialized in Kodansha's ARiA magazine since May 28, 2012.
Plot Summary [ ] In Shizume City, everyone knows about the Red King. He is a King of otherworldly power, said to be the very personification of fire. No one truly believes in his existence, yet at the same time, they both fear and admire it. The Red King is Mikoto Suoh, leader of the infamous Clan HOMRA. Anyone able to k project season 1 his Clan's "test" is able to join HOMRA.
Nevertheless, their members are as close as blood kin. None of them are left alone. And none of them are harmed without their attackers being dealt with the same consequences. Main Characters [ ] HOMRA Otherwise known as the Red Clan, this small-knit organization is both respected and feared throughout Shizume City.
K: Stray Dog Story [ ] Main article: K: Stray Dog Story K: Stray K project season 1 Story is a manga prequel to the anime K. It is written by GoRA's Tatsuki Miyazawa (Red) and illustrated by MINATO Saki, and has been serialized in Kodansha's Good!
Afternoon magazine since November 7, 2012. Plot Summary [ ] Kuroh Yatogami has lost the only thing remotely close to family he had left—and to make matters worse, he’s been charged with a final task by his master that he isn’t entirely sure he’ll be able to fulfill. Follow this young modern-era samurai as he sets off on a quest to track down the next Colorless King and determine if he’s evil or not…and to strike him down where he stands if he is.
Main Characters [ ] Kuroh Yatogami He is the 18-year-old vassal of the former 7th King, Ichigen Miwa. Before his master's death, Kuroh was assigned k project season 1 search for the next Colorless King and kill him should he be an evil being.
With Miwa's sword Kotowari at his hands, now is time for Kuroh to show he is capable of the job. K: Days of Blue [ ] K: Days of Blue is a manga prequel to the anime K. It is written by GoRA's Rei Rairaku (Pink) and illustrated by Yui Kuroe, and has been serialized in Kodansha's ARiA magazine since November 5, 2013.
Plot Summary [ ] Main Characters [ ] The main characters are featured from the former Blue King to the current Blue King Reishi Munakata and follows Scepter 4 through their trials of keeping the peace with those pesky Reds around. K: The First [ ] K: The First is a manga adaptation of the anime. It is written by GoRA's Hideyuki Furuhashi (Blue) and illustrated by Kimura Rin, and has been serialized in Square Enix's G Fantasy magazine since December 18, 2013.
GoRA reconstructed the story to make it easier to follow. Events and character's feelings are depicted with more detail, so old fans and new fans who didn't watch the anime can both enjoy it.
 K -Lost Small World- [ ] K -Lost Small World-is a manga adaptation of the novel K -Lost Small World. It is written by GoRA's Yukako Kabei (Yellow) and illustrated by Ookitayoru, and has been serialized in Kodansha's HatsuKiss magazine since June 13, 2014. K -Count Down- [ ] Main article: K -Count Down- K -Count Down- is a manga connecting K: Missing Kings and the main story to come. It is written by GoRA's Rei Rairaku (Pink) and illustrated by Yui Kuroe, and has been serialized in ARiA magazine since January 27, 2015.
Novel [ ] Main article: K SIDE:BLUE K SIDE:BLUE is a novel adaption of K. It is written by Hideyuki Furuhashi and illustrated by Shingo Suzuki, and published by Kodansha. Main article: K SIDE:RED K SIDE:RED is a novel adaption of K. It is written by Rei Rairaku and illustrated by Shingo Suzuki, and published by Kodansha. Main article: K SIDE:Black & White K SIDE:Black & White is a novel adaption of K.
It is written by Tatsuki Miyazawa (Red) and illustrated Shingo Suzuki, and published by Kodansha. Main article: K -Lost Small World- K: Lost Small World a novel based on Misaki Yata's and Saruhiko Fushimi's lives as students before joining HOMRA and their days in HOMRA until Fushimi leaves.
It is written by Yukako Kabei (Yellow) and illustrated by Shingo Suzuki, and published by Kodansha. K: Red versus Blue Suoh Mikoto, leader of “Homra”, was strengthening his clan in Shizume Town.
Munakata Reisi, the Blue King just enthroned, immediately reorganized “Scepter 4” and recovered order. When two opposite men meet, the conflict was inevitable!
Trading CDs [ ] Three different sets of trading CDs have been released from the series. Each set features two characters "interviewing" one another with a total of 10 questions; following which, an audio clip is given featuring the two characters telling a short story.
• Yashiro Isana & Kuroh Yatogami • Mikoto Suoh & Reisi Munakata • Misaki Yata & Saruhiko Fushimi Radio Drama [ ] • Bar HOMRA • Shopping • Cocktail • Fried Rice • Butler Café • Ghost Story • Sharing Table • Stuck Music [ ] Music for more information Video Game [ ] K -Wonderful School Days- is the upcoming Otomate game coming in 2014 created by Ideal Factory.
The game audience is targeted at female players. The game lets the player be the heroine, who is an original character that not shows up in the anime named Saya Konohana.
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Ashinaka High School is known for its unique setting: the entire campus is built on an island.
Yashiro Isana, aka Shiro, is having lunch with a cat on one of the school rooftops. After his lunch break, Shiro goes on an errand for his classmate Kukuri to prepare for their upcoming school festival, only to be chased by some intimidating-looking men. After an all-night chase, an exhausted Shiro, Kuroh, and Neko decide to make a temporary truce to have breakfast.
As they eat, Kuroh gives Shiro more background about the seven Kings and the Clans they lead. Kuroh then adds that Shiro is suspected of murdering one of HOMRA's Clansman, which Shiro strongly denies doing. Kuro threatens to kill Shiro unless he can prove that he is not the one who killed Tatara Totsuka.
Determined to prove his innocence, Shiro begins searching for anyone who can confirm his alibi on the night of the killing. Meanwhile, the Blue and Red Clans follow their own leads to the suspect, which all point to Shiro.
Shiro begins to question his own identity after realizing there is an inconsistency between what he remembers and what actually happened. Meanwhile, Lieutenant Seri Awashima of SCEPTER 4 makes a visit to the bar owned by Izumo Kusanagi, where she learns more about the history behind HOMRA and the strong bond they share.
Neko undoes the spell placed on Shiro to help him remember k project season 1 he is. But other than a brief image of being thrown from an airship by a mysterious man, Shiro remains in the dark. Determined to regain his memories, Shiro takes the risk of contacting Munakata, the Blue King, who could lead them to the mystery man.
The Blue King, Munakata, accepts a proposal from Shiro to carry out an air mission to restrain the Silver King, Adolf K.
Weismann. However, the mission is abruptly interrupted when the Silver King's airship self-destructs. The following day, Munakata pays a visit to the Gold King, where he discovers the remains of the Silver King. In the meantime, an unknown force makes contact with the detained Suoh. The Red King, Mikoto Suoh, is contacted by a man claiming to be the k project season 1 of Tatara Totsuka. By utilizing his power, Mikoto escapes his prison cell to hunt down the killer at Ashinaka High School.
While HOMRA k project season 1 the school property to conduct their search, the Blue King, Reisi Munakata, makes one final attempt to reason with the Mikoto. Tension builds overnight as HOMRA occupies the island of Ashinaka High School, prompting SCEPTER 4 to secure the bridge at the island's entrance.
The following morning, a sudden explosion initiates a clash between the two forces. In the meantime, K project season 1 returns to the Red occupied island and reunites with Kukuri at the battle-ravaged school building. Shiro regains his memory and power as the Silver King. After evacuating everyone on the island to safety, Shiro sets out to settle his score with the real Colorless King. Meanwhile, the battle between Suoh and Munakata continues, with the Red King's Sword of Damocles slowly reaching its limit.
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Genre Action science fantasy   Created by GoRA, GoHands Manga K: Memory of Red Written by GoRA Illustrated by Yui Kuroe Published by Kodansha Magazine Aria Demographic Shōjo Original run May 26, 2008 – August 13, 2009 Volumes 3 Manga K: Stray Dog Story Written by GoRA Illustrated by Yui Kuroe Published by Kodansha Magazine good!
Afternoon Demographic Seinen Original run November 2009 – March 2010 Volumes 1 Manga K: The First Written by GoRA Illustrated by Rin Kimura Magazine GFantasy Demographic Shōnen Original run December 22, 2010 – March 15, 2012 Anime television series Directed by Animax Asia Original run October 5, 2012 – December 28, 2012 Episodes 13 ( List of episodes) Manga K: Days of Blue Written by GoRA Illustrated by Yui Kuroe Published by Kodansha Magazine Aria Demographic Shōjo Original run November 6, 2012 – July 29, 2013 Volumes 2 Manga Gakuen K Written by GoRA Illustrated by Jirō Suzuki Magazine GFantasy Demographic Shōnen Original run January 18, 2014 – January 18, 2016 Manga K: Lost small world Written by GoRA Illustrated by Yoru Ōkita Magazine Hatsu Kiss Demographic Shōjo Original run June 13, 2014 – June 13, 2016 Manga K: Countdown Written by GoRA Illustrated by Yui Kuroe Published by Kodansha Magazine Aria Demographic Shōjo Original run December 27, 2014 – July 28, 2015  Anime film K: Missing Kings Directed by Anime Limited Released July 12, 2014 ( 2014-07-12) Runtime 73 minutes Game Gakuen K: Wonderful School Days Developer Otomate Publisher Sega Genre Visual novel K project season 1 PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita Released PlayStation Portable October 30, 2014 PlayStation Vita October 22, 2015 Manga K: Missing Kings Written by Hideyuki Furuhashi Illustrated by Haruto Shiota Published by Square Enix Magazine Monthly G Fantasy Demographic Shōnen Original run April 18, 2015 – August 18, 2015 Manga K: Dream of Green Written by GoRA Illustrated by Yui Kuroe Published by Kodansha Magazine Aria Demographic Shōjo Original run September 28, 2015  – February 28, 2016 Anime television series K: Return k project season 1 Kings K project season 1 by Animax Asia Original run October 3, 2015 – December 26, 2015 Episodes 13 ( List of episodes) Manga K: Return of Kings Written by Hideyuki Furuhashi Illustrated by Haruto Shiota Published by Square Enix Magazine G Fantasy Demographic Shōnen Original run October 17, 2015 – present Anime film series K: Seven Stories Directed by Shingo Suzuki Produced by Viz Media Released July 7, 2018 ( 2018-07-07) – December 1, 2018 ( 2018-12-01) Runtime 59–66 minutes Films 6 ( List of films) K (also called K Project) is a 2008 manga series created by the animation studio GoHands and GoRA, a group consisting of seven anonymous k project season 1 known as Kōhei Azano, Tatsuki Miyazawa, Yukako Kabei, Yashichiro Takahashi, Hideyuki Furuhashi, Suzu Suzuki, and Rei Rairaku.
The series is directed by Shingo Suzuki, who also serves as its character designer. It began airing on MBS on October 5, 2012. The anime has been licensed by Viz Media in North America and by Madman Entertainment in Australia. The series is set when Japan is secretly being ruled by seven Kings of psychic clans called the Seven Clans of Color. Yashiro Isana, a seemingly normal student of Ashinaka High School, is targeted by HOMRA of the Red Clan and Scepter 4 of the Blue Clan, following the murder of pacifist Tatara Totsuka from HOMRA.
With the help of a highly skilled swordsman named Kuroh Yatogami and a feline Strain with the ability of sensory interference named Neko, Yashiro rediscovers his true identity. A manga prequel called K: Memory of Red, drawn by Yui Kuroe was serialized in Kodansha's Aria between May 28, 2012 and August 15, 2013.  Another prequel manga, K: Stray Dog Story, ran in Kodansha's good! Afternoon between November 2012 and March 2013.
A third manga K: Days of Blue, was serialized in Kodansha's Aria between November 2013 and July 2014, and a fourth, K: Countdown, ran in Aria from December 2014 to July 2015, while a fifth, K: Missing Kings, ran in Monthly G Fantasy from April to August 2015.
Five more manga series; K: The First, Gakuen K, K: Lost small world, K: Dream of Green, and K: Return of Kings, are also still ongoing. Furthermore, two light novels, called K Side:Blue and K Side:Red, were released in October and November 2012.
A third light novel called K Side:Black and white was released in May 2013 and another one, K - Lost small world was released in April 2014. A sequel film was released on July 12, 2014.  A visual novel is also in development by Otomate. A sequel anime project was announced on the official Twitter account of k project season 1 series. The new anime series, K: Return of Kings, aired from October 3, 2015 to December 26, 2015, rounding up the anime series and delivering its ending.
 A new anime project featuring an original story by GoRA and GoHands, titled K: Seven Stories, has been green-lit. GoHands and Shingo Suzuki are returning to produce and direct the anime, respectively.
 See also: List of K characters Yashiro Isana has lived a relatively ordinary, simple life. He lives in the technologically advanced Shizume City and attends Ashinaka High School, a notable high school that is located on an island just outside the areas.
Yashiro is friendly with everyone. Nothing seems wrong about him, except perhaps his habit of forgetting where his school-issued PDA is. However, nothing normal has been happening since the recent murder of Tatara Totsuka, prominent member of the infamous HOMRA. No one knows who exactly killed him but the man responsible k project season 1 an uncanny, identical appearance to Yashiro. Seeking vengeance, the Red Clansmen of HOMRA set out to get Yashiro and kill him.
Everyone suspects that Yashiro is the murderer. Media [ edit ] Anime [ edit ] See also: List of K episodes The anime began airing on October 5, 2012. The anime has been licensed by Viz Media in North America  and by Madman Entertainment in Australia.  It was also being streamed on VizAnime video site. The opening theme song is "KINGS" by Angela and the ending theme song is "Tsumetai Heya, Hitori" (冷たい部屋、一人) by Mikako Komatsu.
Insert songs include "Circle of Friends" by Yūki Kaji and "Itsuka no Zero Kara" (いつかのゼロから) by Angela. The anime has a movie sequel released in 2014.   Viz has also licensed the second season.  Film [ edit ] It was announced that there will be a sequel to the anime series in the form of a film.
 The movie was released on July 12, 2014. Its title is " K: Missing Kings" and includes a new character Mishakuji Yukari. The movie takes place one year after anime in the summer. Viz Media has licensed the movie.  It was announced that there will be a six-part film series, titled "K: Seven Stories"  and was released between July 7, 2018 and December 1, 2018.
Viz Media has licensed the film series.  Light novels [ edit ] No. Title Release date ISBN K SIDE : BLUE 2012/10/18 978-4062838177 Author is Hideyuki Furuhashi (GoRA), illustrator is Shingo Suzuki (GoHands) K SIDE : RED 2012/11/15 978-4062838184 Author is Rei Rairaku (GoRA), illustrator is Shingo Suzuki (GoHands) K SIDE : BLACK & WHITE 2013/5/21 978-4062838320 Author is Tatsuki Miyazawa (GoRA), illustrator is Shingo Suzuki (GoHands) K -Lost Small World- 2014/4/2 978-4062838665 Author is Yukako Kabei (GoRA), illustrator is Shingo Suzuki (GoHands) Manga [ edit ] K -Memory of Red- ( K-メモリー・オブ・レッド-) Illustrated by Yui Kuroe, written by Rei Rairaku (GoRA).
Spin-off that focuses on Homra. The story follows events that took place before the TV series. No. Release date ISBN 1 2012/10/12 978-4063805963 • 001.
Homra Part 1 ( 吠舞羅 (前編)) • 002. Homra Part 2 ( 吠舞羅 (後編)) • 003. Strange Love ( ストレンジ・ラブ) • 004. Memory Part 1 ( Memory (前編)) • 005. Memory Part 2 ( Memory (後編)) 2 2013/3/13 978-4063806205 • 006. Horse sashimi panic Part 1 ( 馬刺しパニック (前編)) • k project season 1. Horse sashimi panic Part 2 ( 馬刺しパニック (後編)) • 008. Rainy Day • 009. Kamamoto of Summer ( 夏のKamamoto) • 010.
In the Crypt Part 1 ( あなぐらの中 (前編)) 3 2013/10/7 978-4063806526 • 011. In the Crypt Part 2 ( あなぐらの中 (後編))) • 012. The elegant day of King and Princess ( 王と姫の優雅な一日) • 013. Summer Night Ghost ( サマーナイトゴースト) • 014. King ( キング) • 015. HAPPY BIRTHDAY • 016. After the sweet memory K Stray Dog Story ( K ストレイ・ドッグ・ストーリー) Illustrated by Saki Minato, written by Tatsuki Miyazawa (GoRA). Spin-off that focuses on Kuroh Yatogami.
No. Release date ISBN 1 2013/4/5 978-4063878837 K -Days of Blue- ( K-デイズ・オブ・ブルー-) Illustrated by Yui Kuroe, written by Rei Rairaku (GoRA). Spin-off that focuses on Scepter 4. The story follows events that took place before the TV series. No. Release date ISBN 1 2014/4/7 978-4063806878 • 001. ( 東京法務局戶籍課第四分室寮棟) • 002. LONELY BABY • 003.
( 淡島の休日) • 004. ( 痕) • 005. ( 白あん煮込み豆腐パニック(前編)) 2 2014/8/12 978-4063807134 K - The First Illustrated by Rin Kimura, written by Suzu Suzuki (GoRA). Mainly a re-telling of the story in the TV series.
Gakuen K Illustrated by Jirō Suzuki, written by Hideyuki Furuhashi (GoRA). Comedy spin-off where all the K characters are going to high school together. K: Lost small world Illustrated by Yoru Ōkita, written by Yukako Kabei (GoRA). Focuses on Yata's and Fushimi's past. K: Countdown Illustrated by Yui Kuroe, written by Rei Rairaku. The story reveals what happens after the Missing Kings movie from the viewpoints of different characters. K: Missing Kings Illustrated by Haruto Shiota, written by Hideyuki Furuhashi.
K: Missing Kings is an adaptation of the film of the same name, and ran in the Monthly G Fantasy magazine from April 18, 2015, to August 18, 2015.  K: Dog and Cat Illustrated by Rin Kimura, written by Hideyuki Furuhashi. About K project season 1 and Kuroh. The story takes place between the first season and the movie.
Published in G-Fantasy between May 18 and November 18, 2015. K: Dream of Green Illustrated by Yui Kuroe, written by Rei Rairaku. Began publication in Aria on September 28, 2015.  K: Return of Kings The K: Return of Kings manga is an adaptation of the anime television series of the same name, written by Hideyuki Furuhashi and illustrated by Haruto Shiota. It began serialization in the G Gantasy magazine on October 17, 2015.  Visual novel [ edit ] A visual novel adaptation was developed by Otomate and subsequently released in 2014.
The game is targeted towards a female audience, allowing the player to be the heroine of the story. The player takes on the role of an original character named Saya Konohana ( 木野花 沙耶, Konohana Saya) who does not show up in the anime. The objective of the game is to pursue one of the available heroes using the school as a setup.
Notes [ edit ] • ^ Foote, Aiden. "K". THEM Anime Reviews. Retrieved July 1, 2021. • ^ "The Official Website for K". Viz Media. Retrieved November 5, 2018. • ^ a b k project season 1 "K: Countdown Manga Ends, K: Dream of Green Manga Launches".
Anime News Network. July 29, 2015. Retrieved July 29, 2015. • ^ "K Anime Gets Manga Adaptation". Anime News Network. Retrieved 25 September 2012. • ^ "K Film's July 12 Opening, Yukari Mishakuji Visual Unveiled". Anime News Network. 2013-12-11. Retrieved 2013-12-12. • ^ "K Anime Project Gets Sequel in 2015". Anime News Network. October 18, 2014.
• ^ "K Project Gets New Anime, Stage Play, Dance Performance". Anime News Network. April 30, 2016. Retrieved April 30, 2016. • ^ "Viz Media Licenses "K" Anime". Crunchyroll News. • ^ "Madman Entertainment Loads Up On New Anime Acquisitions".
Madman Entertainment. 2012-11-12. • ^ "Anime News Network Confirms Hit Anime's Second Season". Anime News Network. 2012-12-27. • ^ "K Movie Adaptation Green-lit".
Anime News Network. 2013-05-26. Retrieved 7 September 2013. • ^ a b "Viz Adds Legend of the Galactic Heroes Novels, One-Punch Man Anime". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2015-07-02. • ^ "Anime News Network". • ^ "K: Seven Stories Theatrical Anime Project Opens in Japan Starting in Summer 2018". Anime News Network .
Retrieved April 9, 2017. • ^ "Viz Media Licenses K: Seven Stories Film Series". Anime News Network. Retrieved March 30, 2018. • ^ "Haruto Shiota Ends K: Missing Kings Manga in August".
Anime News Network. July 19, 2015. Retrieved August 15, 2015. • ^ "K: Return of Kings TV Anime Gets Manga Adaptation". Anime News Network. August 15, 2015. Retrieved August 15, 2015. External links [ edit ] • Official website (in Japanese) • K Web Radio (in Japanese) • K (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia • Twin Signal (2000–2001) • Pani Poni (2000–2011) • Silent Möbius Tales (2002–2006) • I, Otaku: Struggle in Akihabara (2002–2007) • Zombie-Loan (2002–2011) • Switch (2003–2008) • Nightmare Inspector: Yumekui Kenbun (2003–2006) • Nabari no Ou (2004–2010) • Crimson-Shell (2005–2006) • Rust Blaster (2005–2006) • Pandora Hearts (2006–2015) • Toward the Terra (2007–2008) • Cuticle Detective Inaba (2007–2017) • Superior Cross (2009–2011) • Kimi to Boku (2009–2022) 2010s • Natsuiro Kiseki (2012) • Eureka Seven: AO (2012) • Joshiraku (2012) • K (2012) • Blast of Tempest (2012–2013) • Vividred Operation (2013) • Devil Survivor 2: The Animation (2013) • Valvrave the Liberator (2013) • Danganronpa: The Animation (2013) • Love Lab (2013) • Kill la Kill (2013–2014) • Valvrave the Liberator 2nd Season (2013) • Hozuki's Coolheadedness (2014) • Riddle Story of Devil (2014) • Knights of Sidonia (2014) • Persona 4: The Golden Animation (2014) • Black Butler: Book of Circus (2014) • Gundam Reconguista in G (2014–2015) • Yuki Yuna is a Hero (2014) 2015–2017 • Fafner in the Azure: -EXODUS- (2015) • Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma (2015) • Knights of Sidonia: War of the Ninth Planet (2015) • Classroom Crisis (2015) • K: Return of Kings (2015) • Fafner in the Azure: -EXODUS- 2nd Season (2015) • Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju (2016) • Ajin: Demi-Human (2016) • The Lost Village (2016) • Magi: Adventure of Sinbad (2016) • 91 Days (2016) • Berserk (2016) • Haikyū!!
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Both projects were highly anticipated before their release and both have a huge cast with plots that are open to different interpretations. Also, both the anime focus on a city that has underlying supernatural elements that are revealed very subtly. The only evident difference between the two is that one has a good production value along with a decent storyline, while the other has an extraordinary storyline with a subpar plot.
Sadly, the latter one is ‘K Project’ and despite the potential it showed, the storyline of the anime has been a major let down. In all honesty, I have never really heard much about GoHands Studio but this anime series right here, made their presence known to me. Contrary to popular belief, for me, the animation alone can make a big difference when it comes down to an anime’s overall rating. Sure, the story is something that keeps it going but it’s the animation that can eventually make you stay regardless of how good or bad the plot is.
And in this case, it clearly holds true because the phenomenal production value of the show is something that kept me engaged till the end. Often, many series end up focusing a bit too much on the stylistic aspects and end up ostracizing some of the main elements that add substance to it. k project season 1 does fall into that category but only to a certain extent. The story is somehow saved by the well-rounded characters that are involved. Speaking of characters, ‘K-Project’ takes the risk of introducing numerous characters, each of whom belongs to different clans and backgrounds.
Now considering the 13 episode format of the k project season 1 season of the anime, it’s very likely that such a huge number of characters will not get the development they need. But that’s where ‘K-Project’ defies the common conception. It relies heavily on flashbacks and some fanservice, building a strong reinforcement for the main characters. The anime has several plot-holes because it deals with so many things in a tiny span and even the pacing is visibly swift.
But still, the icing on the cake does manage to make up for the uncooked cake to a certain extent. By that, I mean the impeccable animation and character development do manage to compensate for the lack of a well-defined plot.
In the end, it all comes down to what you prefer and what suits your sweet tooth. The ones who have seen the first two seasons probably have mixed opinions about it right now but if you’re like me, you would love to watch another season of the anime just for the amazing animation.
K Project Season 3 Release Date: When will it premiere? ‘K Project’ season 1 released on October 5, 2012, and came to end on December 28, 2012 featuring a total of 13 episodes in 3 months. ‘K Project’ season 2 came out in the year October 3, 2015 and ended the same year on December 26.
Right before the second season, there was also an anime movie that, in a way, follows the events of the first season. You can skip the film because it has a story of its own but may have some very minor links to the second season. Earlier in 2016, it was announced that the creators of ‘K’ will be coming up with a new follow up of the series named ‘K: Seven Stories’.
Later after its release, it turned out that ‘Seven Stories’ was nothing but a movie series spin-off of the anime, the last of which came out recently in December 2018. There has been no news regarding the show since then and though we might still get a new season, it seems less likely now.
The reason for this being that if they actually wanted to come up with a new season, they wouldn’t really invest so much in a movie series.
Still in the unlikely scenario of the anime getting renewed, ‘K Project’ season 3 release date could fall sometime in 2020 or 2021. We will update this section as soon as we learn more.
K Project English Dub: The English Dubbed and Subbed versions of ‘K Project’ can be found on Viz Media and AnimeLab. K Project Plot: ‘K-Project’, also simply known as ‘K’, revolves around a group of gifted individuals known as the “kings”. These individuals possess strange supernatural abilities and are seen as the new world leaders.
They start forming their own clans where k project season 1 hire more people they can trust. The core responsibility of each clan member is to protect and maintain the dignity of the other clansmen and also the clan as a whole. One day, a video that depicts the murder of a clansman goes viral and all the fingers are pointed towards an unlikely suspect named Yashiro Isana.
Up until this point, Yashiro was nothing but an ordinary school going kid. However, after this event, he enrages the members of the Red Clan who set out on a manhunt to capture him and then punish him for his deeds. Mikoto Suou, who is the leader of the red clan, faces his set of miseries when everyone starts to question his leadership. Meanwhile, Yashiro struggles to prove his innocence to the world, while a dark conspiracy starts to k project season 1, which not just threatens his life but the entire human race.
All of this leads to a full-blown war of the clans against the Kings, which might just be the end of the world, as we know it. K Project Characters: Yashiro Isana Yashiro Isana is the class clown of his school and is well known for his kindness and soft-spoken nature.
He often goes around asking everyone for their tiffin boxes but no one really minds sharing it with him because of the way he is. To him, it does not matter who the other person is, he always shows immense respect towards those around him.
His life seems to be very normal until one day he is accused of murdering a clan member and now the whole clan is behind him to avenge the death of their former member. A lot more about him is later revealed somewhere around the end of the first season that is linked with his past. We won’t reveal all that here because we don’t intend to give out any spoilers. Reishi Munakata Reishi Munakata, also known as the “Blue King”, is a very calm and composed individual who believes in observing things and only then reacting to them.
Even on the battlefield, he holds himself back and cautiously observes his surroundings and only then he brings in some physical action. He is a natural born leader and is able to show empathy towards all the innocent people around him. For him, the welfare of his group matters more than anything in the world, even more than his own life. In his free time, Reishi is usually found solving jigsaw puzzles, which is funny considering how smart he is and how easily he is able to put them together.
Neko Neko is your typical carefree and fun-loving anime girl who usually plays dumb but has sudden surges of intelligence in the most crucial moments. Being the “typical anime girl” that she is, she often becomes the victim of fan-service jokes.
Neko hates wearing clothes and when she is asked why, her reply is simple: “Clothes are too restricting.” By this, it’s pretty obvious that Neko will be seen nude a lot of times during the show. She later starts showing interest in Shiro and often calls him “her Shiro”. Her special power allows her to manipulate the senses and perceptions of those within a certain perimeter.
She is heterochromatic, with one of her eyes being blue in color and the other one being red. Mikoto Suou Mikoto is also known as the “The Red King” because k project season 1 is the leader of the red clan. He is a chain smoker and often walks around with a burning cigarette in his hand. Throughout the anime, as a viewer, you will only hear a few words come out of Mikoto’s throat because he prefers to be a man of few words.
Regardless of this, he still proves to be a great leader and gets everything done without saying much to his subordinates. His calm and composed nature cannot be broken easily and is very rarely found getting irritated by someone or something. Even when he is irritated, he never lets his emotions take over his actions.
Kurou Yatogami Kurou is a straight off badass swordsman who mostly carries a grim and serious look on his face. He is very determined to achieve his goals but even then, he sometimes sets them aside for better things in life like friendship.
He firmly believes that a man should not be judged by what he looks like or the way he talks; instead, his true nature can only be revealed through his actions.
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A young boy is wanted for a crime he has no recollection of committing and must go on the run, hunted by two kings and their forces. A young boy is wanted for a crime he has no recollection of committing and must go on the run, hunted by two kings and their forces.