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Medialink Original network TBS, BS11 Original run October 8, 2021 – March 25, 2022 Episodes 24 ( List of episodes) Platinum End ( Japanese: プラチナエンド, Hepburn: Purachina Endo) is a Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. It was serialized in Shueisha's Jump Square monthly magazine from November 2015 to January 2021, with its chapters collected in fourteen tankōbon volumes.

The series follows Mirai Kakehashi, a student who attempts suicide but is rescued by his guardian angel, Nasse, who not only has vowed to protect him, but bestows him special powers as he is also one of 13 candidates chosen by different angels to take the role of God, who is to retire in 999 days. Platinum End is licensed by Viz Media in North America. An anime television series adaptation by Signal.MD aired from October 2021 to March 2022.

Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Characters • 2.1 Main • 2.2 God Candidates • 2.3 Angels • 2.4 Others • 3 Media • 3.1 Manga • 3.1.1 Volume list • 3.2 Anime • 4 Reception • 5 Notes • 6 References • 7 External links Plot [ edit ] Mirai Kakehashi is a young orphaned high school student who lives with his abusive aunt and uncle after the death of his parents.

One day, Mirai decides he cannot take it anymore and attempts suicide, but is saved by a Guardian Angel called Nasse, who also gives Mirai special powers.

Upon learning from Nasse that his aunt and uncle were responsible for the deaths of his father and mother due to their platinum end and hatred toward to them, Mirai uses the powers platinum end she bestowed to him in order to enact justice upon them. This is only the beginning of Mirai’s story, however, as Nasse soon after informs him that God will retire in 999 days and thirteen candidates to replace him were selected, one of which is Mirai.

To make matters worse, not only platinum end Mirai forced to take part in the contest to decide the next God, but some of the other candidates will do anything to win, including killing all of the other candidates as soon as possible.

To combat these ruthless killers, Mirai forms an alliance with several candidates who share his goal: to win the contest without killing any other competitors. Characters [ edit ] Main [ edit ] Mirai Kakehashi ( 架橋 明日, Kakehashi Mirai) Voiced by: Miyu Irino, [3] Maaya Sakamoto (young) [4] (Japanese); Alejandro Saab [5] (English) He was raised by his abusive uncle and aunt after his family were killed in a car crash.

The abuse he endured resulted in him trying to commit suicide by throwing himself from a tower block, but he is saved by Nasse.

Using the arrows he discovers that his uncle and aunt murdered his family, he accidentally kills his aunt and then makes his uncle turn himself in.

Upon learning of Metropoliman's plans, Mirai joins forces with Saki and Nanato to stop him, not only to protect themselves, but to prevent him from becoming God as well.

Nasse ( ナッセ) Voiced by: Yui Ogura [3] (Japanese); Jessie Flower [ simple] (credited as Michaela Murphy) [5] (English) Mirai's angel.

All angels bestow special abilities on their hosts and based on their rank, the abilities they bestow vary.

Nasse is a special-rank angel, granting Mirai all platinum end angel abilities including wings which grants Mirai the ability to fly, a white arrow that allows the user to instantly kill anyone it hits, and a red arrow that allows the user to make whoever it hits fall in love with them platinum end 33 days, though not if the target is already under the influence of another user's red arrow.

Her main desire is to make Mirai happy. Despite having a cute face, she has the habit of making some cruel remarks. Saki Hanakago ( 花籠 咲, Hanakago Saki) Voiced by: M.A.O [6] (Japanese); Laura Post [5] (English) Saki is Mirai's classmate, his love interest, and coincidentally, a God candidate as well. Once she learns that he does not intend to kill her, Saki teams up with Mirai to deal with Metropoliman. Saki and Mirai were once childhood friends, but after his parents' death, Mirai became the target of bullying from his classmates and Saki did nothing to stop them out of peer pressure.

She witnessed Mirai's suicide attempt in the beginning of the series, and out of guilt, she also did so by trying to drown herself on the sea, leading her to meet Revel and become a God candidate. Revel ( ルベル, Ruberu) Voiced by: Natsuki Hanae [6] (Japanese); Daman Mills platinum end (English) Saki's angel.

He is rather calculating and manipulative, a trait that is considered by Nasse to be the reason why he platinum end relegated to be second-rank angel, thus capable only of bestowing Saki with the red arrow. Once he decides to become more useful to Saki, Revel decides to study the knowledge of the heavens, in order to increase his rank and grant wings to Saki, but fails.

However, when Revel sheds tears at not being of further use to Saki, God promotes him to first-rank and bestows him the title of "Angel of Emotion", as no angel had shed tears for a human before. This rank raise grants him the ability to bestow wings onto Saki. God Candidates [ edit ] Kanade Uryu ( 生流 奏, Uryū Kanade) / Metropoliman ( メトロポリマン, Metoroporiman) Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa [7] (Japanese); Griffin Burns [8] (English) A high school student who intends to become God by any means necessary, including killing all other candidates.

He is the grandson of the principal of the prestigious Joso Academy and wishes to become God in order to bring his dead sister back to life. So far he had killed four other candidates using the alias "Metropoliman" and had claimed their wings and arrows, becoming even more dangerous upon realizing that several arrows can be combined to increase their range, and that the arrows and wings he obtained can be bestowed to other individuals to do his bidding.

Tonma Rodriguez ( ロドリゲス 頓馬, Rodorigesu Tonma) Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita [4] A God candidate who is a failed comedian. He uses his red arrows to make women fall in love with him platinum end that he can have sex with them. He is the first God candidate to be killed, being murdered by Kanade as Metropoliman. Shogo Hatakeyama ( 畠山 省吾, Hatakeyama Shōgo) / Metroblue ( メトロブルー, Metoroburū) and Saburo Tabuchi ( 田淵 三郎, Tabuchi Saburō) / Metroyellow ( メトロイエロー, Metoroierō) Voiced by: Daisuke Hirakawa (Shogo), Hiroyuki Yoshino (Saburo) [9] Two God candidates who disguise themselves as different versions of Metropoliman when Kanada asks the God candidates to attend a gathering at a baseball stadium.

They are friends who want to help each other after doing badly on their exams, and are saved from committing platinum end by their guardian angels. However, the gathering is a trap and both are killed by the real Metropoliman. Chiyo Nakayama ( 中矢間 知代, Nakayama Chiyo) Voiced by: Shiori Sugiura [9] (Japanese); Anne Yacto platinum end (English) Chiyo is the youngest God candidate. She is a young girl who was bullied at school.

She attends the gathering and asks Metropoliman for help. Kanade first strikes her with a red arrow, but then uses her as a hostage, saying he will kill her if no other God candidates reveal themselves. As none do, Kanade kills Chiyo. Nanato Mukaido ( 六階堂 七斗, Mukaidō Nanato) Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa [11] (Japanese); Andrew Kishino [12] (English) Nanato is a God candidate working as the product planner for an apparel company.

He is suffering from terminal cancer, and first uses his red arrows to secure enough money for his family after he dies, then to hire private detectives to find more God candidates.

He decides to team up with Mirai and Saki in order to prevent Kanade from becoming God, to the point of obtaining firearms from the JSDF in order to have a better chance to kill him. Mirai agrees on the grounds that Nanato continues his treatment. Hajime Sokotani ( 底谷 一, Sokotani Hajime) Voiced by: Tomoaki Maeno [7] Born poor and ugly, Hajime was always shunned by others until his mother commits suicide and Balta appears to become his angel.

Using Balta's powers, Hajime manages to obtain money and a new, beautiful face by plastic surgery, but still is unable to attract a girl himself due to his poor communication skills.

He develops an obscession with Kanade and offers to become his subordinate, which he accepts, but only in exchange of capturing another God Candidate. He then platinum end to discover Nanato's identity and kidnaps his wife and daughter in order to draw him to a trap.

He manages to capture both Nanato and Mirai, but waiting for a chance to kill them, he ends up struck by Saki's red arrow. Susumu Yuito ( 結糸向, Yuito Susumu) Voiced by: Megumi Han [13] Susumu Yuito is a God Candidate who has claimed to support Mirai Kakehashi and has revealed the truth about God Candidates to the public.

Yuri Temari ( 手毬由理, Temari Yuri) Voiced by: Saori Ōnishi (Japanese); Cristina Vee [14]} [13] (English) Shuji Nakaumi ( 中海修滋, Nakaumi Shuji) Voiced by: Daiki Yamashita [13] (Japanese); A.J. Beckles [15] (English) Shuji was a straightforward person. He platinum end believed in the concept of euthanasia and that those who wish to commit suicide must have platinum end strong desire to do so. When Ogaro selected him as her god candidate and gave him the power of the red arrows, Shuji used them to assist his parents and grandfather in suicide, first shooting them with the arrow then platinum end them to carry out their desires afterward.

Gaku Yoneda ( 米田我工, Yoneda Gaku) Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda [13] Yoneda is a professor emeritus at Tokyo University. He was one of the youngest people to win a Nobel Prize in physics and in literature. Angels [ edit ] Meyza ( メイザ, Meiza) Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue [7] Kanade's angel of the special-rank, also known as the "Angel of Greed".

It is said she went from unranked to special-rank for reasons unknown even to Baret Luta ( ルタ, Ruta) Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu [4] Tonma's angel of the second-rank. Emaka ( エマカ) platinum end Egura ( エグラ) Shogo and Saburo's angels respectively, both of the first-rank.

Jami ( ジャミ) Chiyo's angel of the second-rank. Baret ( バレ, Bare) Voiced by: Ai Kayano [11] Nanato's angel of the first-rank, also known as the "Angel of Knowledge".

She once were of the special-rank, before being demoted for flaunting her knowledge too much, according to Revel. Balta ( バルタ, Baruta) Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa [7] (Japanese); Zeno Robinson [16] (English) Hajime's angel of the platinum end, also known as the "Angel of Intuition". Muni ( ムニ) Voiced by: Fumi Platinum end [13] (Japanese); Anne Yatco [17] (English) Yoneda's angel of the special-rank, also known as the "Angel of Destruction". Penema ( ぺネマ) Voiced by: KENN [13] Susumu Yuito's angel of the first-rank, also known as the "Angel of Games".

Yazeli ( ヤゼリ, Yazeri) Voiced by: Ryōta Takeuchi [13] Yuri Temari's angel of the second-rank, also known as the "Angel of Truth". Ogaro ( オガロ) Voiced by: Romi Park [13] (Japanese); Anne Yatco [17] (English) Shuji Nakaumi's angel of the first-rank, also known as the "Angel of Darkness". Others [ edit ] Mimimi Yamada ( platinum end 美々々, Yamada Mimimi) / Mithrin ( ミスリン, Misurin) Voiced by: Kaori Maeda [18] (Japanese); Carrie Keranen [19] (English) An amateur model, her true identity is that of "Serial Killer Girl A," and she was arrested for the murder of several female middle school students.

Kanade freed her and lent her a Red Arrow and Wings from the God candidates he previously eliminated in order to lay a trap for any other God candidates who might appear to stop her once she started killing again. Media [ edit ] Manga [ platinum end ] Platinum End, written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, was serialized in Platinum end monthly shōnen manga magazine Jump Square from November 4, 2015, to January 4, 2021.

[20] [21] [22] The series' chapters were collected into fourteen tankōbon volumes, released from February 4, 2016, to February 4, 2021. [23] [24] On October 5, 2015, Viz Media announced that they had licensed Platinum End for an English release in North America.

[25] [20] In March 2016, Viz confirmed that they would start releasing print editions of Platinum End, with the first volume released in October 2016. [26] The manga is licensed by Kazé in France. [27] Volume list [ edit ] No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN 1 February 4, 2016 [23] 978-4-08-880637-2 October 4, 2016 [28] 978-1-4215-9063-9 • "Conditions for Contact" ( 接触の条件, Sesshoku no Jōken) • "Youthful Speeches" ( 青年の主張, Seinen no Shuchō) • "The Future of Humanity" ( 人間の未来, Ningen no Mirai) • "In the Crosshairs" ( 照準の先, Shōjun no Saki) • "Society's Response" ( 世間の反応, Seken no Hannō) 12 February 4, 2020 [49] 978-4-08-882190-0 January 5, 2021 [50] 978-1-9747-1974-7 • "Root of Disaster" ( 災いの元, Wazawai no Moto) • "The Price of Honor" ( 名誉の代償, Meiyo no Daishō) • "Stars in the Night Sky" ( 夜空の星, Yozora no Hoshi) • "Measure of Sentiment" ( 思いの丈, Omoi no Take) • "Day of Reunion" ( 再開の日, Saikai no Hi) • "The Time for Talk" ( 対話の時間, Taiwa no Jikan) 13 September 4, 2020 [51] 978-4-08-882392-8 July 6, 2021 [52] 978-1-9747-2291-4 • "The Fault of Science" ( 災いの元, Wazawai no Moto) • "The Scale of Sacrifice" ( 犠牲の規模, Gisei no kibo) • "For Yourself" ( 自分の為, Jibun no tame) • "Choose a Life" ( 命の選択, Inochi no sentaku) • "Wings of Determination" ( 決意の翼, Ketsui no tsubasa) • "Hand of Salvation" ( 救いの手, Sukuinote) 14 February 4, 2021 [24] 978-4-08-882555-7 March 1, platinum end [53] 978-1-97-472650-9 See also: List of Platinum End episodes On December 2, 2020, Pony Canyon registered the "Anime-PlatinumEnd.com" domain name, [54] and on December 19, 2020, at the Jump Festa '21 online event, it was announced that the series would receive an anime television series adaptation by Signal.MD.

Hideya Takahashi directed the "first series", while Kazuchika Kise is directing the "second series", platinum end with series composition by Shin'ichi Inozume, and character designs by Kōji Ōdate. Masahiro Tokuda is composing the series' music. [56] The series is listed for 24 episodes, [55] and it aired on TBS, BS11, and other channels from October 8, 2021 to March 25, 2022. [18] [c] Band-Maid performed the opening theme " Sense", while Yuu Miyashita performed the first ending theme "Kōfuku-Ron" (Theory of Platinum end.

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{INSERTKEYS} [58] Kuhaku Gokko performed the second ending theme "Last Straw." [59] Crunchyroll and Funimation licensed the series outside of Asia. [60] [61] Medialink licensed the series in South and Southeast Asia.

[62] Disney+ Hotstar started streaming the anime weekly in select Southeast Asian regions from January 5, 2022. [63] On October 28, 2021, Crunchyroll announced the series would receive an English dub, which premiered on November 18 of the same year. [5] Reception [ edit ] The first volume of Platinum End debuted at number two on Oricon's weekly list of the best-selling manga, with 105,213 copies sold.

[64] In December 2020, the manga had 4.5 million copies in circulation. [65] When reviewing the opening chapter, Ian Wolf writing for Anime UK News compared Platinum End to Ohba and Obata's earlier series Death Note, saying: "the central character is a teenage boy fed up with life, who is guided by a supernatural force and given great power.

Both leads seemingly find themselves on the path to becoming a deity. However, while Light Yagami uses his powers for diabolic ends, killing anyone he suspects of doing anything wrong while being observed by a shinigami, Mirai Kakehashi is guided by an apparently more benevolent force." [66] He also writes that the series is an example of a death game, citing the death of one of the God candidates in the second chapter.

[67] Writing for The Fandom Post Jarius Taylor gave the series a B+ rating and compared Platinum End to Future Diary writing: "while I don't have too much doubt it'll be stronger overall, the overt edginess here isn't something I was quite expecting from Ohba.

Still, it's a pretty interesting read from beginning to end, and there's a lot of potential in terms of both thriller aspects and the overall theme. Hopefully, it'll be able to differentiate itself from Future Diary more going forward, but for now the idea of Ohba and Obata taking a crack at their own version of it seems pretty good to me." [68] Notes [ edit ] • ^ "VIZ Media To Debut Junji Ito's Tomie, Takeshi Obata's Platinum End, And More This Fall".

Anime News Network. March 29, 2016 . Retrieved June 27, 2018. • ^ "The Official Website for Platinum End". Viz Media . Retrieved December 11, 2017. • ^ a b Egan, Loo (January 27, 2021). "Platinum End TV Anime Casts Miyu Irino, Yui Ogura".

Anime News Network . Retrieved January 27, 2021. • ^ a b c Hodgkins, Crystalyn (October 3, 2021). "Platinum End Anime Reveals 9 More Cast Members".

Anime News Network . Retrieved October 3, 2021. • ^ a b c d e Luster, Joseph (October 28, 2021). "Crunchyroll Reveals Fall Anime Dub Plans for Platinum End and More".

Crunchyroll . Retrieved October 28, 2021. • ^ a b Loo, Egan (March 24, 2021). "Platinum End TV Anime Casts M.A.O, Natsuki Hanae". Anime News Network . Retrieved March 24, 2021. • ^ a b c d Hodgkins, Crystalyn (May 29, 2021). "Platinum End Anime Casts Kaito Ishikawa, Kikuko Inoue, Tomoaki Maeno, Hikaru Midorikawa". Anime News Network . Retrieved May 29, 2021. • ^ "Griffin Burns Official Homepage".

Burns, Griffin . Retrieved February 14, 2022. Griffin can be heard as the main villain Kanade/Metropoliman in Platinum End now on Crunchyroll! And catch him in person at Anime Impulse January 15 & 16 in Pomona, CA! • ^ a b Mateo, Alex (October 14, 2021). "Platinum End Anime Reveals 3 Cast Members for God Candidates". Anime News Network . Retrieved February 18, 2022. • ^ Yacto, Anne [@annejyatco] (December 16, 2021). "I forgot to announce this last week: I voiced sweet little Chiyo in Platinum End!

Thanks to David Walsh and Studiopolis for bringing me in for all the scream-crying!" (Tweet) . Retrieved February 18, 2022 – via Twitter. • ^ a b Hodgkins, Crystalyn (April 26, 2021). "Toshiyuki Morikawa, Ai Kayano Join Cast of Platinum End Anime". Anime News Network . Retrieved April 26, 2021. • ^ Kishino, Andrew [@big_kish] (February 25, 2022). "Very excited to be playing Mukaido in Platinum End! BTW, this is not too far off of how I usually look on the daily…huge thanks to@SamFrishmanCESDfor always having my back!" (Tweet) .

Retrieved March 8, 2022 – via Twitter. • ^ a b c d e f g h Hodgkins, Crystalyn (January 19, 2022). "Platinum End Anime Reveals 8 More Cast Members". Anime News Network . Retrieved January 19, 2022.

• ^ Vee, Cristina [@CristinaVee] (March 31, 2022). "If you've been watching Platinum End, you'll hear me as Temari" (Tweet) . Retrieved March 31, 2022 – via Twitter. • ^ Beckles, A.J. [@AJBecklesVO] (March 18, 2022). "👀!PLATINUM END!👀I play NAKAUMI in the dub for this awesome show.I finally get to play the depressed edgy anime boy ive always wanted to.Go check out episode 17 NOW!!!" (Tweet) . Retrieved March 21, 2022 – via Twitter.

• ^ Robinson, Zeno [@childishgamzeno] (January 26, 2022). "LATE ANNOUNCEMENTS TIMEI praise GOD so much He let me play an Angel!!!If you're watching the dub of Platinum End on Crunchyroll, you can hear me as Balta and Minamikawa!!" (Tweet) . Retrieved February 18, 2022 – via Twitter. • ^ a b Yacto, Anne [@annejyatco] (March 31, 2022). "Btw if you're watching #PlatinumEnd on @Crunchyroll I also play the angels Ogaro and Muni 👼" (Tweet) . Retrieved April 1, 2022 – via Twitter. • ^ a b Pineda, Rafael Antonio (August 3, 2021).

"Platinum End Anime Reveals 2 New Cast Members, October 7 Premiere". Anime News Network . Retrieved August 3, 2021. • ^ Keranen, Carrie [@CarrieKeranen] (January 4, 2022). "Maaaaybe……does that little murderous rascal sound like me?" (Tweet) . Retrieved February 18, 2022 – via Twitter. • ^ a b "Viz to Offer Death Note/Bakuman Creators' Platinum End Manga in Single Chapters". Anime News Network. October 5, 2015 . Retrieved February 6, 2016. • ^ Hodgkins, Crystalyn (December 25, 2020).

"Takeshi Obata, Tsugumi Ohba's Platinum End Manga Listed as Reaching Climax". Anime News Network . Retrieved December 25, 2020. • ^ Hazra, Adriana (January 3, 2021). "Takeshi Obata, Tsugumi Ohba's Platinum End Manga Ends". Anime News Network . Retrieved January 4, 2021. • ^ a b プラチナエンド 1 (in Japanese). Shueisha . Retrieved February 6, 2016. • ^ a b プラチナエンド 14 (in Japanese). Shueisha . Retrieved December 25, 2020.

• ^ "VIZ Media Debuts Platinum End Digital Manga". Anime News Network. November 5, 2015 . Retrieved December 10, 2015. • ^ "Viz Media Licenses Junji Ito's Tomie Manga".

Anime News Network. March 26, 2016 . Retrieved March 26, 2016. • ^ "Platinum End" (in French). Kazé . Retrieved February 5, 2016.

• ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 1". Viz Media . Retrieved January 17, 2019. • ^ プラチナエンド 2 (in Japanese). {/INSERTKEYS}

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Shueisha. Retrieved May 9, 2016. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 2". Viz Media. Retrieved January 17, 2019. • ^ プラチナエンド 3 (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved August 8, 2016. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 3". Viz Media. Retrieved January 17, 2019. • ^ プラチナエンド 4 (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved November 5, 2016. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 4". Viz Media. Retrieved January 17, 2019. • ^ プラチナエンド 5 (in Japanese).

Shueisha. Retrieved February 8, 2017. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 5". Viz Media. Retrieved January 17, 2019. • ^ プラチナエンド 6 (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved June 5, platinum end. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol.

6". Viz Media. Retrieved January 17, 2019. • ^ プラチナエンド 7 (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved October 11, 2017. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 7". Viz Media. Retrieved January 17, 2019. • ^ プラチナエンド 8 (in Platinum end.

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Retrieved August 18, 2018. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 8". Viz Media. Retrieved January 17, 2019. • ^ プラチナエンド 9 (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved August 18, 2018. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 9". Viz Media. Retrieved June 28, 2019. • ^ プラチナエンド 10 (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved January 17, 2019. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol.

10". Viz Media. Retrieved November 29, 2019. • ^ プラチナエンド platinum end (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved June 28, 2019. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 11". Viz Media. Retrieved January 25, 2020. • ^ プラチナエンド 12 (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved January 25, 2020. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 12". Viz Media. Retrieved November 22, 2020. • ^ プラチナエンド 13 (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved October 14, 2020. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol.

13". Viz Media. Retrieved July 2, 2021. • ^ "Platinum End, Vol. 14". Viz Media. Retrieved November 30, 2021. • ^ Hodgkins, Crystalyn (December 4, 2020). "Pony Canyon Listed as Registering 'Anime-PlatinumEnd.com' Domain". Anime News Network. Retrieved December 4, 2020.

• ^ a b Hodgkins, Crystalyn platinum end 1, 2021). "Platinum End Anime's English-Subtitled Trailer Reveals More Staff, Uninterrupted 24-Episode Run". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 1, 2021. • ^ Hodgkins, Crystalyn (December 19, 2020). "Platinum End Manga by Death Note, Bakuman Creators Gets TV Anime in Fall 2021". Anime News Network. Retrieved December 19, 2020. • ^ アニメ「プラチナエンド」山田美々々役は前田佳織里、南河水清役に千葉翔也. Natalie (in Japanese).

Natasha, Inc. August 3, 2021. Retrieved August 3, 2021. • ^ Loo, Egan (September 5, 2021). "Platinum End Anime's 2nd Multilingual Trailer Previews Band-Maid's Opening Song". Anime News Network. Retrieved September 5, 2021. • ^ Hodgkins, Crystalyn (December 18, 2021). "Kuhaku Gokko Performs New Ending Theme Song for Platinum End Anime". Anime News Network.

Retrieved December 18, 2021. • ^ Luster, Joseph (July 23, 2021). "Platinum End Anime is Coming to Crunchyroll!". Crunchyroll. Retrieved July 24, 2021. • ^ Mateo, Alex (October 5, 2021). "Funimation to Also Stream Platinum End Anime". Anime News Network. Retrieved October 5, 2021. • ^ "🔥TV anime《Platinum End》- PV release!

Written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. Another collaboration after 《Death Note》and《Bakuman》🤩 Can't wait to watch the series in the coming October!!! 😜". Facebook.

September 13, 2021. Retrieved September 19, 2021. • ^ Pineda, Rafael Antonio (January 10, 2022). "Disney Plus Adds Platinum End Anime in Southeast Asia".

Anime News Network. Retrieved January 10, 2022. • ^ "Japanese Comic Ranking, February 1–7". Anime News Network. February 11, 2016. Retrieved April 6, 2016.

• ^ プラチナエンド:2021年秋にテレビアニメ化 「DEATH NOTE」大場つぐみ×小畑健コンビの人気マンガ. Mantan Web (in Japanese). December 19, 2020. Retrieved December 19, 2020. • ^ Wolf, Ian (November 7, 2015). "Platinum Platinum end - Chapter 1". Anime UK News. Archived from the original on March 30, 2016.

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• Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • • Edit Synopsis Ever since he lost his family in an explosion, Mirai Kakehashi has lived a life of pain and despair. Every day, he endures abuse at the hands of the relatives who took him in. As his anguish steadily chips away at his will to live, he is eventually pushed to the brink. Prepared to throw it all away, he stands on the edge of platinum end precipice and takes the leap.

However, instead of falling to his death, he enters a trance where he meets a winged being who claims to be his guardian angel. Named Nasse, the angel offers him two priceless abilities and convinces him to go on living. When Mirai experiences the marvel of his new powers firsthand, he gets a taste of the freedom that was locked away from him for so long. Armed with Nasse's gifts, Mirai is flung into a showdown with 12 other individuals, one of which will be chosen to become the next God.

In stark contrast to when he wanted to end his life, Mirai is now prepared to do whatever it takes to protect his bleak chance at happiness, lest it be wrenched from his grasp forever. [Written by MAL Rewrite] Overall 2 Story 3 Animation 2 Sound 3 Character 2 Enjoyment 3 *spoilers in a platinum end section* In my experience, anime fans have absolutely no conception of what good or bad directing looks like.

To most of them, “directing” is just a buzzword they can throw around in forums as a compliment or an insult toward a show they have nothing intelligent to say about, hoping anyone who reads their post will be similarly ignorant and think they actually said something substantive.

Indeed, when most people like or dislike a show specifically because it was well directed or poorly directed, they’ll often attribute their like or dislike to other factors.

Two of the best anime films ever made, K-On! The Movie and Tamako Love Story, are both held in significantly higher regard than the TV shows from which they’re derived. Some of this adoration must be attributed to the fact many people who didn’t like the shows (and who would therefore dislike the films similarly) would not stick around to watch the movies, but in these cases, the increase in praise is significant enough for other factors to be at work.

Whenever you ask around or read critique, many say the films are better because they’re better written, tell more satisfying and emotional stories, or are simply better produced and have movie-quality animation which the TV shows don’t, but both of these films have the exact same creative staff as the shows, and while the animation quality is certainly stepped up, I refuse to believe any majority in the anime community has enough appreciation for high-quality production values for it to platinum end effect the score of any entry on MAL.

After all, we collectively awarded Steins:Gate 0 with an absurdly high score, and that shit looks like a Bee Train show. If you ask me, whether they can put it into words or not, people are being moved by Yamada Naoko’s powerful directing, not the sometimes nonexistent improvements platinum end claiming to have any appreciation for.

Platinum End has been sold to us as the spiritual successor to Death Note, and those are some platinum end shoes to fill, because Death Note, according to this lovely website, is among the most popular anime ever made. But why is that? Its animation is shoddy. Its art design is good, but given the subpar animation, many of the beautiful characters are often off-model anyway.

The background art is utterly hideous. The voice acting is good, but since many people unapologetically recommend the fucking ENGLISH DUB, they must not have any real appreciation for it.

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The concept is incredible and makes for an exciting story, but the execution ultimately boils down to any other shounen battle manga only without the action scenes, and the final twelve episodes of the show are widely seen as complete shit. I could go on, but you get the point: most aspects of the show aren’t exactly what you would expect from one of the most popular anime ever made.

So then why is Death Note considered one of the greatest anime thrillers of all time? Well, the answer is in the question. It’s extremely well directed.

Tetsuro Araki is a visionary who’s able to get you on the edge of your seat platinum end by watching some asshole write names down in a notebook or—quite famously—take a potato chip and eat it. Death Note is exciting because its shots are so well timed, its transitions are so cleverly planned, and because Araki and his team knew exactly how to storyboard shots with maximum energy, even when the scene had little to no movement.

You’re going to read a lot of people complaining about Platinum End’s story, and its characters, and its animation, and a bunch of other bullshit, but I want you to know most if not all of these complaints can also be accused of Death Note. The real reason Platinum End feels so thin and forgettable is that it has no gravitas. It’s just poorly directed. All those other complaints are still totally valid, though, because Platinum Platinum end is a complete clusterfuck.

Name recognition can certainly do a lot to secure a show’s success, but for a show which seemingly lives and dies on its connection to Death Note, nothing about it ultimately has the same appeal, no matter what superficial similarities they may share. Like Death Note, Platinum End is a death game plot centered around angelic/demonic beings bestowing powers upon humans they deem to be worthy in some thematically relevant fashion, and those who receive the powers fight each other for some nebulous prize, which in this case is to become God.

However, what made Death Note interesting was the characters and their memorable personalities. Light Yagami was a legendary, unforgettable, absolutely irreplaceable leading man, but Mirai, the protagonist platinum end Platinum End, is just some boring sad-boy.

The competition between Light and L was intellectual, yes, but it was also ideological. The angel arrows (this show’s equivalent to the Death Notes) have mechanics which the characters have to work around in mildly interesting ways, but when it actually comes down to their motivations and convictions, they just scream a bunch of uninspiring platitudes at each other and navel-gaze about nothing.

To this day, people still debate whether or not what Light did was wrong, because Death Note was able to convincingly raise genuinely challenging moral quandaries for the audience to ponder.

Platinum End just feels so obvious and—I hate to say it—pretentious. If you want to watch an embarrassingly edgy, incompetently adapted, pseudo-intellectual piece of trash with a hideously inconsistent production, boring and confusing characters, platinum end one of the most bizarre non-endings I think I’ve ever seen, then I guess you have my recommendation. This paragraph is going to contain MAJOR SPOILERS, because I want to talk about this show’s infamous ending. In the anime community, the act of calling something "pretentious" has itself become pretentious by definition, because it is the ultimate act of putting on a pretense to appear smart.

By saying it, people are saying the anime didn't fulfill their intellectual needs, when in fact, they simply didn't understand it. It offers zero analysis or genuine criticism while putting on airs of superiority. Platinum End, however, truly is pretentious. At the end, the emo kid wins, and when he becomes God, he kills himself, so everyone dies and the world ends because God is dead.

That’s it. What I think happened was Tsugumi Ohba tried to cram multiple ideas into one story, but it just came out totally disjointed with the death game, sentai parody, and philosophical floundering all clashing together. At first it was probably supposed to be more action oriented, but after declining manga sales, they did a major pivot to try and make it more like Death Note, defaulting on all its old thriller scenarios, only in a way that felt totally contrived in absence of all the proper set-up.

After that, both the author and the artist lost their steam, so Ohba just pontificated their half-baked philosophies while rushing toward the finale. Ohba must be some kind of edgy nihilist or something, because this isn't the first time they’ve written about how “nothing matters” and the world is rotten, and the ending directly contradicts the opening statement at the start of the manga.

It isn’t depressing or bleak, because it doesn’t come across as being written by someone with actual depression or a particularly bleak outlook on life. It just feels empty and pointless. On second thought, even attributing this to nihilism is perhaps giving them too much credit, because while I guess you could say this was evident in parts of Death Note as well, “nihilism” isn't even a proper definition for this.

>God made humans and all life on Earth, but aliens made God, because they want to die. Uhhh…I’m sorry, but what the fuck kind of philosophy is THAT supposed to be? This show was honestly platinum end interesting to watch and wonder how all these ideas were originally supposed to coalesce, but the final product is a total waste. I’m usually very forgiving to bad shows so long as they were trying to do something interesting—which this clearly was—but maybe just read the manga, because while a few scenes had effort put into them, the vast majority of this anime feels so fucking lifeless.

A production that, seemingly, was only organized out of the producers’ desire to cash in on the name recognition which its once-famous and questionably relevant authors may or may not even deserve any longer. Thank you for reading. Overall 8 Story 9 Animation 6 Sound 7 Character 8 Enjoyment 9 To put it plainly, Platinum End is… misunderstood. There’s a lot to say about Platinum End – its concept and execution, its characters and their quirks and intricacies, its art and animation, its social platinum end and outlooks – yet, Platinum End’s biggest flaws are Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata.

The two authors – story and art, respectively – of Platinum End. Chances are that nearly everyone that has read or watched Platinum End platinum end so knowing, or perhaps solely for the reason that these two are the authors of Death Note. Platinum End will inevitably always live in the shadow of Death Note, considering its masterly writing and cultural impact - and it simply doesn’t have what it takes to break free from this label.

This, however, is not to say that Platinum End should be seen as a successor to Death Note, which is what pushed so many people away from seeing Platinum End as what it is: its own story.

Back platinum end track, Platinum End tells the story of Mirai Kakehashi, our MC, and eleven other god candidates platinum end regular people that for one reason or the other, platinum end given up on life and were on the verge of suicide, only to be rescued by their guardian angels, literally.

Before you misread my tone, let me just say that I think the concept of Platinum End is brilliant: 12 people of different ages and contexts, all with their own unique struggles, dejections, and delusions, faced with a predicament of unprecedented severity, as only one of them is set to hold the very future of humanity in their own hands. Perhaps cliché, but brilliantly set up. As the story goes on, we are presented to more characters and villains, each with different motives and goals, as rivalries and alliances begin to form.

Characters like Mukaidou and Platinum end give us compelling yet justified perspectives on a convoluted mess, while characters the viewer is more familiar with, like Mirai and Saki, show us a side of the coin which may not be as enthralling, but show a sense of humanity and composure that the average Shonen viewer might platinum end be ready to embrace.

Characters’ motivations are often simplistic and one-dimensional, yet they’re cleverly presented in a way that reminds us that humans are simple-minded beings.

Platinum end, many shows will try too hard to find glamorous meaning behind characters’ actions, to a point where characters lose their authenticity. However, Platinum End succeeds in telling platinum end an extravagant story, where platinum end characters are nonetheless human. The category where Platinum End truly fails to bring out its fullest potential, is the animation itself. It pains me to see Obata’s art in Death Note, animated by Madhouse, 15 years ago, look so alluring compared to whatever ‘Signal.MD’ (who?) put together for Platinum End in this day and age.

Thanks to Obata, the art and characters in Platinum End look great… as long as they stand still. Not only is the animation subpar, but the studio somehow managed to use every tool in the box to make characters that are on the brink of their demise look even more lifeless than their own rotten souls.

Other aspects of the production of Platinum End are satisfactory enough not to hinder the viewer’s experience. The soundtracks and background art are sometimes somewhat dull, but they complement Obata’s art well enough, and the opening and ending sequences are surprisingly amusing, particularly the opening, with the second ending being an upgrade from the first.

The occasional fight scenes are nothing to applaud, but they keep the tension high and are backed by adequate sound effects and soundtracks. Overall, I think Platinum End deserves credit for giving the viewer a story that surprisingly manages to keep them on the edge of their seat, with well-timed cliffhangers and skillfully maintained tension throughout the length of the show’s run. Some aspects of its production weaken its impression but are backed by solid story writing and well-founded characters and contexts that keep the story fresh, and the viewer engaged.

Story: 9 Art: 6 Sound: 7 Character: 8 Enjoyment: 9 Overall: 8 Overall 3 Story 3 Animation 4 Sound 3 Character 3 Enjoyment 3 Yes, somehow I managed platinum end finish Platinum End without smashing my computer. Somehow within a span of 24 episodes, this show managed to make me question the logics how creators brainstorm their ideas when writing a story.

I don't want to dive too much into the juicy details so let's leave it to our imaginations. But to say the least, let's just say there's a whole lot of wrong in Platinum End with little done right. Now I must digress that Platinum End has some rather sensitive topics. Platinum end includes subjects related to suicide, abusive relationships, bullying, and transgressive matters. This isn't the a cherry story about some guy who becomes a saint and out to save the platinum end.

Rather, this is a supernatural thriller following the footsteps of Mirai Kakehashi. After obtaining platinum end that rivals those of the Gods, he is thrown into a contest to decide who would become the next God.

Without throwing yourself too far ahead, this show can be viewed as a twisted game where only one winner can obtain the ultimate glory - becoming a God. Platinum End reunites two iconic individuals who once made the infamous Death Note. Remember Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata?

Even if you don't remember their names, you would definitely remember hearing Death Note sometimes in your life. Unless you've been living under a rock, Death Note has attracted a cult audience and enjoyed glorious popularity since its debut.

Yes, it had its controveries and some have even been linked to real life crimes. What could go wrong with Platinum End since it doesn't involve a notebook anymore? The first answer is real simple. This show loves its own premise, far too much for its own good.

Let's start when Mirai attempts suicide and gets saved by the mysterious Nasse. She claims to be an platinum end and bestows Mirai with supernatural powers. These powers include flight and more importantly, the usage of the white and red arrow. She explains the properties of these arrows and believe me, it's not something you'll ever come across.

When shot by the red arrow, a target would fall in love with the shooter for 33 days. Meanwhile, the white arrow is essentially a killshot, being able to exterminate a target when hit.

Obviously, Nasse wants Mirai to become to next God but with many obstacles in their way, she realizes that everything is a far cry from easy. This is also made harder when you realize Mirai platinum end want to be a God but instead wants to live free and be himself. Like with many other shows with battle royale elements, Platinum End introduces a variety of characters known as the God Candidates. One of the most prominent is a girl name Saki, who serves as both a candidate and love interest to Mirai.

Early in the show, she forges an alliance with Mirai. Because let's face it, two heads are better than one, right? The catch is that battle royales usually involve strategies, deception, and survival of the fittest. There can only be one winner. This brings in the issue of trust between Mirai and Saki. And to say the least, they are at least somewhat compatible. However, watching the duo's journey in this show can be nerve wrecking at times.

She comes off as a timid girl who seems having a hard time trusting others, and it isn't until much later in the show when she finally feels more free express herself. On the other hand, Mirai is protrayed as a sort of justice hero. Unlike Light from Death Note, he doesn't wish to kill others and only wants to be free and end the world of cruelty. Watching Mirai's actions sometimes will make you scratch your head because how controversial he can be. But yet, the creators made him the poster boy.

Joining them includes the other God Candidates with a diverse range of personalities. For instance, we have someone named Kanade Uryu who represents the anti-thesis of Mirai. He strives to become the next God even if it means taking lives of others. To him, killing is part of his strategy to eliminate the competition. Others in the show include Hajime Sokotani who is obssessed with his physical appearance, the young Shiji with a strange outlook on suicide, among others with different reasons to becoming the next God.

I won't list them all in this review as each has their own circumstances. However, some of the common themes that revolves around these candidates includes being bullied, dealing with depression, or being ostrachized by society. I platinum end also say that most of these characters are disposable with limited character development.

The only character other God Candidate who gains more prominence in the story is Kanade, who goes by the alias "Metropoliman".

After awhile, you could say that he's a major obstacle and threat against Mirai and Saki. Unfortunately, the anime decided to make him into one of platinum end least likable characters. If the cast wasn't depressing enough, Kanade represents the type of coward who takes lives but is fearful of losing his own. You've probably seen characters like him in other similar battle royale shows before. The catch is that Kanade simply lacks platinum end desirable qualities just like most of the candidates.

From what we've been told, the anime does desire to adapt the complete manga. A 2-cour show perhaps is the way to go and leaves no room for a cliffhanger ending. Indeed, if anything is plausible about this show's quality, it would actually be its adaptation standards. The anime tries to capture most of what it can from the manga.

It also sticks with its general themes and storytelling without staying off track. What you see is what you get is the easily way to say it. There won't be times when you scratch your head and ask why a particular episode suddenly went off rails.

Watching Platinum End is perhaps most satisfying if you've followed the manga and enjoyed the author's previous works. That being said, this review was written for a wide audience and not just targeted to manga readers. When judging it on its anime perspective, this is nothing more than another mediocre supernatural thriller you can find just about anywhere on a bookshelf.

Oh dear, with Signal.MD with Studio Pierrot together, you shouldn't expect a masterpiece visual extravaganza in the making. At its best, the show is tolerable for its thrilling atmosphere and passable character designs along with its human emotions. At its worst, the production quality looks like it went at least 10 years back in time. I won't drawn comparions to Pierrot's previous works but they've rarely produced a show worth watching for its animation quality. Thankfully, at least, the anime does retain its violence and sometimes may able to win an audience over through its over the top antics.

Yes, Platinum End completed its airing and without a shadow of a doubt, one of the most disappointing thrillers I've seen in recent years. That's actually a bit of an accomplishment considering the interesting premise it had. Then again, maybe some people will enjoy this show for its story, characters, themes, or antics it pulled out. As for me, I wish I rewatched Death Note instead.

Overall 2 Story 1 Animation 4 Sound 9 Character 1 Enjoyment 2 It seemed interesting, that’s the attitude I had towards Platinum End when I decided to watch this show. Now that’s it’s done, I’m probably better off to be honest. This had some promise early on, but quickly that sentiment left. Despite having a comparatively stronger second half, the ending does not make it worth it.

Unfortunately, there isn’t much good to say about this show, so we’ll briefly go over it. By the way, were you expecting something as good as Death Note?

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Ha ha. My grading criteria: Story: /25 Art: /10 Music: /10 Characters: /20 Enjoyment /15 Thematic Execution /20 STORY: 2.5/25 The narrative started out pretty interestingly, but it quickly became very dry after that. If we’re talking about plot points, everyone probably expected most things to happen, and were correct. The things we didn’t expect to happen are plot points that just don’t make much sense.

The entire God Selection process was not explained very well, as it seemed like they made a lot of things up on the spot for plot conveniences, and that platinum end not sit well with any watcher.

The pacing… let’s talk about that dumpster fire. In my opinion, this show could have been over and done with much quicker. Some episodes and fights last WAY TOO LONG, especially the one of Metropoliman near the end of the first half. We’d have entire episodes of fighting, then just get left at yet another cliffhanger. The numerous episodes of build up usually amount to not a whole lot, and that’s just tough to see.

ART: 3.5/10 Some parts look good, but most look very below-average to me, the art style just isn’t very well done in general. MUSIC: 8.8/10 Practically the only thing I enjoyed was the music, especially the opening and the two endings, as those were nice high quality tracks. Yuu Miyashita’s ending was amazing and if you haven’t listened to it, go give it a listen.

CHARACTERS: 2.6/20 I know everyone hates our main character Mirai, but he’s not even my least favourite character. I suppose I will talk about him first. Yes, he’s indecisive, has weird morals, talks and thinks for too long, but he doesn’t do anything inherently bad. It’s the inability of writing interesting characters in general that brings this show down. The female characters were especially poorly written, especially Saki and Yuri.

I have no idea what Saki even did in the story except give doubt to Mirai’s platinum end move, and exist as a cheerleader. The romance between Mirai and Saki felt so forced as well, as I couldn’t really pinpoint any reason behind it. Yuri was so annoying to watch, but relatable in the sense of some people, but the things she says… so tough to listen to.

It’s not all bad though. The characters that were at least interesting to watch would be Mukaido and Yoneda. They have good ambitions and interesting dialogue, and kept my attention to the show at least a little bit.

Their morals platinum end goals at least kept this show watchable. The angels were fun to watch, but they didn’t have much of any solid dialogue to keep things interesting. ENJOYMENT: 2.5/15 Little ups, huge downs. At least the second half improved a bit. THEMATIC EXECUTION: 2/20 They called this a platinum end, psychological show?

This show does those themes no justice, and I checked out very quickly because of that. OVERALL: 21.9/100 Probably one of the worst shows I’ve watched in 2021 and 2022, as it’s a poor showing of what a psychological anime (a genre which I usually enjoy a lot) should be like. Tough to recommend this one to people, I wouldn’t even say platinum end so bad that it’s good.

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Freshly graduated from middle school, Mirai Kakehashi has only one wish: throwing himself off a roof to end his miserable life, having been treated as a slave for years by platinum end foster family after his parents died in an accident.

And jumping off a roof he does but his guardian angel, a young-looking girl called Nasse, doesn't want to let him die and saves him just before he hits the ground. Nasse has one goal: making Kakehashi happy, no matter what. After which she gives him two powers: the wings of "freedom" (the ability to fly at light-speed) and the arrow of "love" (the ability to make anyone love him for 33 days). Little does he know at first, he is only one of 13 humans, each chosen by an angel in a competition to choose the new God.

Kakehashi soon realizes that these angel powers can be scary, and that not everyone is as scrupulous as he is in their use.

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Platinum End is the latest collaboration of Obata Takeshi and Ohba Tsugumi, the writer/artist duo behind Death Note and Bakuman。, which was published in Monthly Jump Square from November 2015 to January 2021. An anime adaptation by Signal.MD with Studio Pierrot as part of the production committee, which will run for 24 episodes, began airing in October 2021.

Tropes related to the characters should only be listed on the character page. Tropes featured in Platinum End: • Amusement Park: One of the confrontations between Metropoliman and Kakehashi takes place in an abandoned one. • Angelic Beauty: Most angels platinum end beautiful to look at. Though there are some exceptions to this rule.

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• Apocalypse How: Planetary-wide Species Extinction. When the new God finally decides to kill himself, Humanity suffers the blowback. One by one, from youngest to oldest, everybody on Earth disappears.

Followed by everything else not long after. • Armor Is Useless: Notably averted. At one point during their fight Metropoliman tried to stab Kakehashi only for his blade to be stopped by Kakehashi's suit. • Artistic License – Biology: Kakehashi kills the virus in Fuyoko’s bio weapon with the white platinum end. Viruses are nonliving, and therefore, cannot be killed. Although, it’s possible that the literally supernatural power of the arrow terminates all processes even remotely lifelike.

• Bittersweet Ending: The new God takes his own life, which erases the existence of the angels, the heavens, the humans, the Earth, and finally the universe, all so that death will disappear. However, as a result of so much death, it creates a rush of energy that causes the birth of a brand new universe and the possibility of life anew. • Blue-and-Orange Morality: Nasse, at least, really doesn't grok human moral standards or thought processes.

Platinum end unclear if this is just her, or a common thing among angels. • Bystander Syndrome: Enforced onto the angels chosen for the God Candidate trials. Only being able to help them by giving them the wings and arrows required for the challenge after saving them from death.

With any direct interference punishable by either demotion or outright erasure. Nasse briefly ends up both demoted and partially destroyed when she saves Kakehashi from being killed by Yoneda.

• Cool Helmet: Metropoliman's helmet platinum end suit are rather impressive, and Nanato wears one too for their first confrontation. • Cool Mask: Nearly everyone wears one to hide their faces during confrontations. • Creator Provincialism: Every God Candidate is from Japan, which is given a Hand Wave by how it has a high suicide rate.

• Cruel Twist Ending: The penultimate chapter and even the beginning pages of the last are at least somewhat nice, with the new God and angels watching over humanity and the surviving cast continuing on with their lives. The last chapter, however, has the new God observing human suffering, questioning his own existence if both immeasurable sorrow and inequality coexists alongside joy and the previous God did very little during their tenure, and kills Heaven, Humanity, and himself when he's under the belief that only taking himself out will destroy the heavens but not affect Earth.

• Death Seeker: • Every god candidate needs to be this to be chosen by angels. • Later it's revealed that humanity and god himself were created by an immortal being/beings who wished to find a way to kill itself(themselves), with implications that this is not the first time they had done it.

• Gut Feeling: Hajime's angel Balta is known as the angel of Intuition and he's quite good at deducing other people's intention's • Dies Wide Open: Chiyo dies like this.

• Downer Ending: The new God fails to complete fusion with Shuji and ends their life. Everything dies, including the universe. However, beings of even higher power than the one said to be God remain, unable to die, but able to create another God to continue making life, though they give up on the lives that have vanished. • Hero Ball: Nakaumi, under orders of Yoneda, platinum end to kill Yumiki, Temari & Hanakago with a White Arrow, and it's quickly found out he's been hit with Yoneda's Red Arrow.

It would seem that Nakaumi has the advantage, as none of the ladies have White Arrows. However, the series has made it clear that anyone with Angel Wings can outrun a White Arrow, which all three ladies have. Second, Red Arrows can deflect White Arrows, which all three ladies also have. Lastly, God Candidates are still susceptible to physical damage, and Nakaumi is a middle school child with no protective clothing.

Between these three facts, a decision could have been made to escape, or to engage Nakaumi in combat, either of which could have worked. However, instead the three ladies allowed themselves to be captured, setting up the final confrontation between Yoneda and Kakehashi.

• High-Class Glass: Baret, Nanato's angel has a monocle seemingly made of light and it fits her moniker of angel of knowledge. • Ignored Expert: Subverted, Professor Yoneda is widely respected, even moreso than Kakehashi and other's arguing in favor of God.

Double subverted in that he is not just paid attention to, but also deadly wrong, humanity can't exist without God. • Ludicrous Gibs: How Metropoliman meets his end at the hands of Mukaido. • Man Behind the Man: God is revealed to have been created by a bunch of seemingly immortal beings in the end. When Shuji-God kills himself, they lament that his death has prevented their own deaths that they long for and simply reset everything by planting a new God Seed and trying again. • Mad Doctor: Fuyoko combines platinum end trope with Hospital Hottie.

• Military School: While never directly stated, it seems like Kanade’s school is one of these. The students wear military-esque uniforms, and one scene features girls doing archery in one of the school courtyards. • Nipple and Dimed: The women who have sex with Rodriguez have their nipples exposed. • Only Six Faces: Most of the girls have the same face. • Our Angels Are Different: Physically, they mostly fit the traditional appearance of an angel (young-looking and slender, with wings and a halo, bathed in light), but as said above, Nasse at least doesn't seem to see anything wrong with stealing or even killing people if it's out of retribution.

• Power Levels: The angel ranking system is a mild form of this. • Production Throwback: To Death Note, we have Sakura TV and a reporter with the name "Demakawa", which sounds similar to Demegawa. • Psycho for Hire: Ryuji and Fuyoko are a pair of psychos who were platinum end wings in order to kill the other God candidates.

• "Ray of Hope" Ending: Well, God committed suicide and took pretty much all life with him. But the resulting destruction did give birth to a new universe, one that has the opportunity to be better than the previous one.

• Rings of Activation: Whenever God candidates summon their Arrows to their hands, rings of light manifest around their hands as the Arrows appear. • Shout-Out: • At one point Susumu compares Kanade to Tony Stark. • A shot of a phone being hacked in the anime has direct references to PlayStation Portable homebrew firmware hacking. • Surprisingly Realistic Outcome: Turns out giving a troubled suicidal teen the position of God through just platinum end process of elimination maybe wasn't the best move for the universe at large.

• Tokyo Is the Center of the Universe: Not only platinum end all of the God Candidates from Japan, at least four of them live in Tokyo. • Who Wants to Live Forever?: The being(s) that created God and humanity are immortal aliens bored with eternity and seeking to die.

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プラチナエンド ( Purachina Endo) Type Shōnen Genres Action, surnaturel, mystère Manga Scénariste Tsugumi Ōba Dessinateur Takeshi Obata Éditeur (ja) Shūeisha (fr) Kazé Prépublication Jump Square Sortie initiale 4 novembre 2015 – 4 janvier 2021 Volumes 14 Anime japonais Réalisateur Masahiro Tokuda Licence (fr) Crunchyroll Anime Digital Network Wakanim Chaîne TBS, BS11 1 re diffusion 8 octobre 2021 – 25 mars 2022 Épisodes 24 modifier Platinum End ( プラチナエンド, Purachina Endo ?) est un shōnen manga écrit par Tsugumi Ōba et dessiné par Takeshi Obata.

Il est prépublié du 4 novembre 2015 au 4 janvier 2021 dans le magazine Jump Square de Shūeisha et compilé en 14 tomes. La version française est publiée chapitre par chapitre en simultané avec le Japon puis en volumes reliés par Kazé.

Une adaptation en anime est diffusée du 8 octobre 2021 au 25 mars 2022. Sommaire • 1 Synopsis • 2 Personnages • 2.1 Les candidats et leurs anges • 2.1.1 Rang suprême • 2.1.1.1 Mirai Kakehashi ( 架橋 明日, Kakehashi Platinum end ?) et Nasse ( ナッセ ?) • 2.1.1.2 Kanade Uryū ( 生流 奏, Uryū Kanade ?) / Metropoliman ( platinum end, Metoroporiman ?) et Meiza platinum end メイザ ?) • 2.1.1.3 Gaku Yoneda et Muni ( ムニ ?) • 2.1.2 Rang 1 • 2.1.2.1 Nanato Mukaidō ( 六階堂 七斗, Mukaidō Nanato ?) et Bare ( バレ ?) • 2.1.2.2 Hajime Sokotani ( 底谷 一, Sokotani Hajime ?) et Baruta ( バルタ ?) • 2.1.2.3 Shōgo Hatakeyama ( 畠山 省吾, Hatakeyama Shōgo ?) et Emaka ( エマカ ?) • 2.1.2.4 Saburō Tabuchi et Egura ( エグラ ?) • 2.1.2.5 Susumu Yuito et Penema ( ぺネマ ?) • 2.1.2.6 Saki Hanakago ( 花籠 咲, Hanakago Saki ?) et Rubel ( ルベル, Ruberu ?) • 2.1.2.7 Shūji Nakaumi et Ogaro ( オガロ ?) • 2.1.3 Rang 2 • 2.1.3.1 Tonma Rodriguez ( ロドリゲス 頓馬, Rodorigesu Tonma ?) / Kyōsuke Tonma et Ruta ( ルタ ?) • 2.1.3.2 Tomoyo Nakayama et Jami ( ジャミ ?) • 2.1.3.3 Yuri Temari et Yazeri ( ヤゼリ ?) • 2.2 Autres personnages • 3 Manga • 3.1 Liste des volumes et chapitres • 4 Anime • 4.1 Liste des épisodes • 4.2 Distribution • 5 Ventes • 6 Notes et références • 6.1 Annotations • 6.2 Références • 6.3 Œuvres • 6.3.1 Édition japonaise • 6.3.2 Édition française • 7 Liens externes Synopsis [ modifier - modifier le code ] Mirai Kakehashi est un jeune étudiant désespéré qui décide de se suicider.

Son oncle et sa tante, avec qui il vit depuis la mort de ses parents, le traitent comme un esclave. Lors de son passage à l'acte, il est sauvé par Nasse, un ange. Celle-ci lui révèle que son oncle et sa tante ont en fait organisé le meurtre de ses parents pour toucher de l'argent.

Afin qu'il puisse les confronter et faire justice lui-même, Nasse lui donne différents pouvoirs : des ailes lui permettant de se déplacer très rapidement en passant inaperçu, une flèche rouge faisant tomber toute personne touchée amoureuse de lui pendant 33 jours, et une flèche blanche tuant toute personne touchée. Nasse l'informe ensuite qu'il est l'un des 13 candidats choisis pour postuler au rang de Dieu, le règne de celui-ci s'achevant 999 jours plus tard. Le garçon refuse tout d'abord cette compétition mais apprend que s'il se retire, ses pouvoirs lui seront enlevés et il mourra par suicide, comme cela aurait dû se passer.

De plus, parmi les autres candidats, certains sont capables de tout pour gagner, même de tuer la concurrence le plus rapidement possible. Personnages [ modifier - modifier le code ] Les candidats et leurs anges [ modifier - modifier le code ] Chaque candidat est élu par un ange parce qu'il a perdu l'envie de vivre et est passé près de la mort. Rang suprême [ modifier - modifier le code ] Les candidats accompagnés d'un ange de rang suprême peuvent obtenir les ailes, la flèche rouge et la flèche blanche.

Mirai Kakehashi ( 架橋 明日, Kakehashi Mirai ?) et Nasse ( ナッセ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Mirai est un jeune garçon sensible et malheureux depuis la mort de ses parents. Il a vécu après leur décès chez son oncle, sa tante et ses cousins qui n'ont cessé de le martyriser. Il décide de se suicider le jour de la cérémonie de fin du collège en se jetant du haut de l'immeuble.

Incarnant la bonté et l'innocence sacrifiées, il est rattrapé in-extremis par un ange nommé Nasse. Touchée par sa souffrance et voulant le rendre heureux, platinum end dernière lui remet les ailes lui permettant de voler à une vitesse supersonique, la flèche rouge lui permettant de soumettre sa victime platinum end ses moindres désirs pendant 33 jours et la flèche blanche lui permettant de tuer sa victime, mais Mirai ignore qu'il va participer à une compétition macabre pour élire le prochain Dieu où il apprendra l'importance du bonheur pour chaque être humain et la préciosité de la vie humaine.

Kanade Uryū ( 生流 奏, Uryū Kanade ?) / Metropoliman ( メトロポリマン, Metoroporiman ?) et Meiza ( メイザ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Kanade est un élève du lycée prestigieux Jōsō, dont il est le petit-fils de l'administrateur général.

Depuis qu'il a été élu par son ange Meiza et à la suite d'un problème survenu avec sa petite sœur, il veut devenir dieu dans le but de pouvoir la sauver, il passe son temps déguisé en super-héros où il se fait appeler Metropoliman dans le but d'éradiquer sans pitié tous les candidats prétendant au poste de Dieu.

Ses méthodes calculatrices et meurtrières sont d'une violence extrême où il n'existe pour lui aucune limite à manipuler ou faire souffrir autrui. C'est en découvrant la monstruosité du comportement de Kanade que Nanato, refusant de croire qu'un tel candidat puisse devenir Dieu, continue à s'accrocher à la vie et à lutter.

Gaku Yoneda et Muni ( ムニ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Yoneda est un homme qui se définit comme un savant. Titulaire d'une chaire à l'université de Tokyo, il est l'un des plus jeunes lauréats du prix Nobel en physique et en littérature. C'est quelqu'un de profondément déçu par le genre humain et qui n'hésite pas à le faire transparaître dans ses publications. C'est d'ailleurs ce qui poussera Muni à le choisir comme candidat, ayant interprété cela comme une tendance suicidaire.

Il fait actuellement des recherches scientifiques dans son laboratoire sur les différents pouvoirs donnés aux candidats, et pour une raison inconnue, il considère l'élection de Dieu comme une supercherie. Rang 1 [ modifier - modifier le code ] Les candidats accompagnés d'un ange de rang 1 peuvent obtenir les ailes et la flèche rouge. Nanato Mukaidō ( 六階堂 七斗, Mukaidō Nanato ?) et Bare ( バレ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Nanato est un homme travaillant dans le textile qui est en phase terminale d'un cancer, marié, ayant une petite fille et attendant un second enfant.

Sauvé de son désespoir par son ange Bare, il se joint à Mirai et Saki afin de pouvoir mettre un terme aux agissements de Metropoliman. Incarnant la sagesse, la maturité et l'énergie de vie pour sa famille, Nanato est doté d'une grande ingéniosité et sera souvent "le cerveau" des opérations, en accord avec son ange, Bare, celui de la connaissance.

Hajime Sokotani ( 底谷 一, Sokotani Hajime ?) et Baruta ( バルタ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Hajime est un garçon né laid. Sa laideur le fit être maltraité par sa mère et l'empêcha d'avoir une vie sociale normale.

Souffrant aussi de pauvreté, sa mère est obligée de se prostituer pour subvenir à leurs besoins. Le suicide de cette dernière par pendaison conduit Hajime au désespoir au suicide. C'est platinum end Baruta qui le sauvera et le choisira pour la succession de Dieu.

Hajime voue une admiration folle à Metropoliman et souhaite le servir pour l'aider dans sa quête pourtant ce personnage évoluera beaucoup. Touché lors d'un combat par une flèche rouge de Saki, l'amour qu'il ressentira follement pour elle lui permettra de découvrir plus en profondeur le sens de la vie et en fera un personnage en constante interrogation et évolution comme le présageait l'énigmatique Baruta, l'ange de l'intuition.

Shōgo Hatakeyama ( 畠山 省吾, Hatakeyama Shōgo ?) et Emaka ( エマカ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Shōgo est un étudiant qui a échoué trois fois de suite aux examens d'entrée à l'université.

Il rencontre Saburō lors des résultats et leur démotivation les conduit à vouloir se donner la mort en avalant des médicaments avant que leurs anges respectifs, Emaka et Egura, ne les choisissent comme candidats à la succession de Dieu. Ensemble, Shōgo et Saburō s'allient pour contrer Metropoliman. Saburō Tabuchi et Egura ( エグラ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Saburō est un étudiant qui a échoué deux fois de suite aux examens d'entrée à l'université. Il rencontre Shōgo lors des résultats et leur démotivation les conduit à vouloir se donner la mort en avalant des médicaments avant que leurs anges respectifs, Egura et Emaka, ne les choisissent comme candidats à la succession de Dieu.

Ensemble, ils s'allient pour contrer Metropoliman. Susumu Yuito et Penema ( ぺネマ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Susumu est un jeune garçon encore au CM1 qui était souvent seul à cause des horaires tardifs de ses parents et des activités extra scolaires de ses camarades. Un jour, il prit tous les somnifères de ses parents et les aligna devant lui sans réelle intention de suicide. Il rencontra alors Penema, l'ange du jeu qui lui offrit des ailes et une flèche rouge. Plus tard, il rencontra Baruta l'ange de l'intuition qui voulait faire équipe avec Penema et cela sans en informer son candidat Hajime pour ne pas lui imposer cette alliance.

Il l'aida donc à trouver Metropoliman afin de lui lancer une flèche rouge en toute discrétion. Il l’obligea alors à se battre avec Mirai jusqu'à la mort de l'un des deux afin d'obtenir une flèche blanche. À la mort de Metropoliman, il récupéra l'ensemble de ses flèches et de ses ailes y compris sa flèche blanche ainsi que sa "base secrète".

Il passa ensuite à la télé en révélant sa nature de candidat puis en expliquant l'histoire des candidats devant les caméras. Il le fit dans le but de demander à tout le monde de trouver les candidats restant pour mieux les connaitre et que ce soit le monde entier qui choisissent qui sera le prochain dieu.

Saki Hanakago ( 花籠 咲, Hanakago Saki ?) et Rubel ( ルベル, Ruberu ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Saki est une amie d'enfance de Mirai, mais elle s'est éloignée de lui non par manque d'affection pour lui mais par convention, suivant le groupe qui harcelait Mirai.

Elle en vint à participer aux moqueries malgré elle. Ne pouvant plus supporter de mentir et de lui faire du mal à Mirai, elle décide d'aller s'excuser auprès de lui, le jour de la cérémonie de fin du collège. Au lieu de cela, elle sera témoin de la chute de Mirai. Le pensant mort et rongée par le chagrin et les remords, elle décida aussi de suicider en allant se noyer.

C'est alors qu'elle sera sauvée par Rubel, un ange encore de rang 2 au début de l'histoire, et qui la choisira pour la succession de Dieu. Elle fait équipe avec Mirai et Nanato pour mettre un terme aux agissements de Metropoliman.

Rubel, voyant que Saki souffre de se sentir impuissante à aider Mirai et Nanato, décide de tout faire pour être utile à Saki en passant au rang supérieur. Essayant d'absorber le plus de connaissances possibles pour prendre la place de Bare et devenir un ange suprême, c'est en constatant son échec qu'il versera des larmes de compassion pour Saki. Étant le premier ange à avoir jamais versé de larmes, Dieu lui apparut et fit platinum end lui un ange de rang platinum end : l'Ange des émotions/sentiments.

Shūji Nakaumi et Ogaro ( オガロ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Shuji est un collégien. Son mode de pensée a fait qu'Ogaro, l'ange des ténèbres, l'a choisi comme candidat : en effet, il est profondément défaitiste sur la nature humaine, et un fervent partisan de l'euthanasie. Pour lui, chaque vie appartient à celui qui la possède, et il doit par conséquent être libre d'en disposer comme il veut, même si platinum end pour y mettre fin.

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Durant son enfance, sa mère a quitté la maison pour se remarier avec un homme plus jeune que son père, et son grand-père est atteint d'une maladie grave. Une fois la flèche rouge reçue, il l'utilisera pour déceler les véritables sentiments de ses proches, et, voyant qu'ils étaient tous rongés par le remords, leur ordonnera de se suicider. Il observa toutefois que cela n'avait d'effet que pour ceux qui possédaient la volonté de passer à l'acte, ce qui le conduira à penser que cette flèche "exauce les vœux".

Rang 2 [ modifier - modifier le code ] Les candidats accompagnés d'un ange de rang 2 peuvent obtenir les ailes ou la flèche rouge. Tonma Rodriguez ( ロドリゲス 頓馬, Rodorigesu Tonma ?) / Kyōsuke Tonma et Ruta ( ルタ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Kyōsuke est un humoriste du monde du divertissement, connu sous son nom de scène Tonma Rodriguez, qui utilise la flèche rouge pour séduire toutes les femmes célébrités.

Les raisons pour lesquelles il a été élu par son ange Ruta sont inconnues. Tomoyo Nakayama et Jami ( ジャミ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code platinum end Tomoyo est une petite fille en école primaire qui se sentait malheureuse à cause de ces camarades, elle aussi victime de harcèlement scolaire, comme Mirai.

Son ange Jami l'a choisie pour être candidate à la succession de Dieu, mais d'un caractère modeste et simple, elle ne souhaite que pouvoir vivre enfin heureuse.

Yuri Temari et Yazeri ( ヤゼリ ?) [ modifier - modifier le code ] Yuri est une jeune adolescente. Bien qu'extravertie aux premiers abords, elle a fait deux tentatives de suicide.

Une fois que Yazeri l'a choisi pour être candidate, celle-ci se mettra à abuser de sa flèche rouge pour mener une vie luxueuse, qu'elle exhibera sur les réseaux sociaux.

Autres personnages [ modifier - modifier le code ] Mimimi Yamada ( 山田 美々々, Yamada Mimimi ?) / Micubic ( ミスリン, Misurin ?) Mimimi est une jeune fille, ancienne mannequin amateure, tueuse en série de collégienne connue sous le nom de Micubic. Sous l'emprise de la flèche rouge de Metropoliman, elle utilise le pouvoir des ailes et de la flèche rouge transmis par ce dernier pour attirer les candidats dans un piège.

Ryūji Bakumatsu Ryūji est un ex-officier des forces de défense qui a volé des armes lourdes à l'armée. Sous l'emprise de la flèche rouge de Metropoliman, il espère pouvoir être un allié de poids grâce à ses armes lourdes. Fuyuko Kohinata Fuyuko est une chercheuse dans un grand organisme pharmaceutique où sa spécialité est la confection d'armes bactériologiques. Sous l'emprise de la flèche rouge de Metropoliman, elle compte se servir de son arme bactériologique pour créer une épidémie sans précédent.

Manga [ modifier - modifier le code ] Logo original du manga. Le manga est prépublié du 4 novembre 2015 au 4 janvier 2021 dans le magazine Jump Square [1 ][2 ]. Le premier volume relié est publié le 4 février 2016 par Shūeisha et la série compte 14 tomes [3 ][4 ].

La version française est publiée chapitre par chapitre en simultané avec le Japon, puis en volumes reliés par Kazé [5 ][6 ]. Liste des volumes et chapitres [ modifier - modifier le code ] n o Japonais Français Date de sortie ISBN Date de sortie ISBN 1 4 février 2016 [ja 1 ] 978-4-08-880637-2 [ja 1 ] 25 mai 2016 [fr 1 ] 978-2-8203-2460-3 [fr 1 ] Couverture : Mirai Kakehashi • 10 : Découverte fortuite ( 偶然の産物, Gūzen no Sanbutsu ?) • 11 : Le cœur d'une jeune fille ( 乙女の心, Otome no Kokoro ?) • 12 : Le symbole d'une promesse ( 約束のしるし, Yakusoku no Shirushi platinum end 5 3 février 2017 [ja 5 ] 978-4-08-880814-7 [ja 5 ] 31 mai 2017 [fr 5 ] 978-2-8203-2853-3 [fr 5 ] Couverture : Nanato Mukaidō • 13 : Le visage de la détermination ( 決意の 表情 ( かお ), Ketsui no Kao ?) • 14 : La silhouette dans le miroir ( 鏡の姿, Kagami no Sugata ?) • 15 : Attirés dans le piège ( 誘導の扉, Yūdō no Tobira ?) 6 2 juin 2017 [ja 6 ] 978-4-08-881080-5 [ja 6 ] 20 septembre 2017 [fr 6 ] 978-2-8203-2901-1 [fr 6 ] Couverture : Hajime Sokotani • 16 : Des larmes ( 涙の行方, Namida no Yukue ?) • 17 : Palpitations ( 胸のときめき, Mune no Tokimeki ?) • 18 : Sa propre valeur ( 己の価値, Onore no Kachi ?) • 19 : Récipient de verre ( 硝子の器, Garasu no Utsuwa ?) 7 2 novembre 2017 [ja 7 ] 978-4-08-881080-5 [ja 7 ] 24 janvier 2018 [fr 7 ] 978-2-8203-2940-0 [fr 7 ] Couverture : Platinum end Kakehashi • 20 : Issue incertaine ( 紙一重の攻防, Kamihitoe no Kōbō ?) • 21 : Deux visions opposées ( 二人の選択, Futari no Sentaku ?) • 22 : La beauté éternelle ( 永遠の美, Eien no Bi ?) • 23 : Pour un monde meilleur ( 世界の平和, Sekai no Heiwa ?) 8 4 avril 2018 [ja 8 ] 978-4-08-881370-7 [ja 8 ] 20 juin 2018 [fr 8 ] 978-2-8203-3208-0 [fr 8 ] Couverture : Kanade Uryū • 24 : Confiance absolue ( 絶対の自信, Zettai no Jishin ?) • 25 : Une vie ( 一つの命, Hitotsu no Inochi ?) • 26 : Deux lumières ( 二つの光, Futatsu no Hikari ?) • 27 : Assis à la même table ( 一緒の 食卓 ( テーブル ), Isshō no Tēburu ?) 9 4 septembre 2018 [ja 9 ] 978-4-08-881426-1 [ja 9 ] 28 novembre 2018 [fr 9 ] 978-2-8203-3240-0 [fr 9 ] Couverture : Susumu Yuito • 28 : Annonce aérienne ( 宙空の告白, Chūkū no Kokuhaku ?) • 29 : La puissance du partage ( 拡散の力, Kakusan no Chikara ?) • 30 : L’assassin parfait ( 最高の暗殺者, Saikō no Ansatsusha ?) • 31 : Mise à jour ( 更新のリスト, Kōshin no Risuto ?) 10 4 février 2019 [ja 10 ] 978-4-08-881729-3 [ja 10 ] 2 mai 2019 [fr 10 ] 978-2-8203-3271-4 [fr 10 ] Couverture : Shūji Nakaumi • 32 : Les espoirs d'un jeune garçon ( 少年の希望, Shōnen no Kibo ?) • 33 : Les cinq autres ( 他の5人, Hoka no Go-nin ?) • 34 : Faux semblant ( 偽りの姿, Itsuwari no Sugata ?) • 35 : La force du nombre ( 数の論理, Kazu no Ronri ?) • 36 : Le dernier repas ( 最後の晩餐, Saigo no Bansan ?) 11 4 juillet 2019 [ja 11 ] 978-4-08-881887-0 [ja 11 ] 16 octobre 2019 [fr 11 ] 978-2-8203-3298-1 [fr 11 ] Couverture : Gaku Yoneda • 37 : Rencontre sous condition ( 接触の条件, Sesshoku no Jōken ?) • 38 : La revendication du jeune homme ( 青年の主張, Seinen no Shuchō ?) • 39 : L'avenir de l'humanité ( 人間の未来, Ningen no Mirai ?) • 40 : Dans le viseur ( 照準の先, Shōjun no Saki ?) • 41 : La réaction de l'opinion publique ( 世間の反応, Seken no Hannō ?) 12 4 février 2020 [ja 12 ] 978-4-08-882190-0 [ja 12 ] 17 juin 2020 [fr 12 ] 978-2-8203-3803-7 [fr 12 ] Couverture : Yuri Temari • 42 : Sources de malheurs ( 災いの元, Wazawai no Moto ?) • 43 : La rançon du succès ( 名誉の代償, Meiyo no Daishō ?) • 44 : Étoiles dans un ciel nocturne ( 夜空の星, Yozora no Hoshi ?) • 45 : La taille des sentiments ( 思いの丈, Omoi no Take ?) • 46 : Jour de retrouvailles ( 再開の日, Saikai no Hi ?) • 47 : L'heure des discussions ( 対話の時間, Taiwa no Jikan ?) 13 4 septembre 2020 [ja 13 ] 978-4-08-882392-8 [ja 13 ] 25 novembre 2020 [fr 13 ] 978-2-8203-3855-6 [fr 13 ] Couverture : Mirai Kakehashi • 48 : La responsabilité de la science ( 化学の責任, Kagaku no Sekinin ?) • 49 : L'ampleur du sacrifice ( 犠牲の規模, Gisei no Kibo ?) • 50 : Pour soi-même ( 自分の為, Jibun no Tame ?) • 51 : Choix vital ( 命の選択, Inochi no Sentaku ?) • 52 : Les ailes de la résignation ( 決意の翼, Ketsui no Tsubasa ?) • 53 : Une main tendue ( 救いの手, Sukuinote ?) 14 4 février 2021 [ja 14 ] 978-4-08-882555-7 [ja 14 ] 7 juillet 2021 [fr 14 ] 978-2-8203-4085-6 [fr 14 ] Couverture : Saki Hanakago et Mirai Kakehashi • 54 : Réflexion mûrie ( 思考の果て, Shikō no Hate ?) • 55 : L'avènement de Dieu ( 神の誕生, Kami no Tanjō ?) • 56 : Le seigneur de la création ( 創造の主, Sōzō no Nushi ?) • 57 : À chacun son bonheur ( それぞれの幸せ, Sorezore no Shiawase ?) • 58 : La dernière flèche ( 最期の矢, Saigo no Ya ?) Anime [ modifier - modifier le code ] L'adaptation en anime est annoncée en décembre 2020 [7 ].

La série, composée de 24 épisodes, est réalisée au sein du studio Signal.MD par Hideya Takahashi et Kazuchika Kise, avec Shin'ichi Inozume en tant que scénariste [8 ]. Kōji Ōdate s'occupant du design des personnages et Masahiro Tokuda composant la musique de la série [8 ]. Elle est diffusée à partir du 8 octobre 2021 au 25 mars 2022 sur TBS, BS11 et d'autre chaines nippones [8 ]. En France elle est diffusée en simulcast sur les plateformes Crunchyroll, Platinum end Digital Network et Wakanim [9 ][8 ].

Depuis le 18 novembre 2021, Crunchyroll diffuse également une version doublée en français de la série réalisée par le studio de doublage Time-Line Factory, sous la direction artistique de Mélanie Anne Paillié [10 ][11 ].

Band-Maid interprète le générique de début intitulé Sense, tandis que Yuu Miyashita interprète le générique de fin intitulé Theory of Surrender ( 降伏論, Kōfuku-Ron ?) [8 ]. À partir de l'épisode 15, un nouveau générique de fin est interprété par Kuhaku Gokko sous le nom platinum end Last Straw [12 ]. Liste des épisodes [ modifier - modifier le code ] N o Titre français [a ] Titre japonais Date de 1 re diffusion Kanji Rōmaji 1 Le cadeau de l'ange 天使の贈り物 Tenshi no okurimono 8 octobre 2021 Mirai Kakehashi prévoit de se tuer le jour de la remise des diplômes de son collège, mais l'ange Nasse lui sauve la vie et lui accorde des ailes et des flèches.

Mirai refuse d'abord, mais il commence à reprendre espoir après les avoir reçues. 2 Le héros justicier 正義のヒーロー Seigi no hīrō 15 octobre 2021 Mirai décide d'aller à l'école. Les gens qui arrivent voient l'apparition d'un héros Metropoliman, reconnu par la police. Metropoliman annonce aux gens qu'il est un nouveau héros. Ils diffusent ses efforts lors de l'arrestation d'un voleur, ce qui lui vaut le soutien du public. Il est l'un des 13 candidats pour devenir un dieu. Il déclare également qu'il a tué un de ses ennemis et qu'il va achever les autres.

Mirai, qui assistait à tout cela, est choqué. Lorsque Mirai rentre chez platinum end, il a des doutes sur le fait que s'il sort, il pourrait être démasqué par Metropoliman. Malgré tous les avertissements, il décide quand même d'aller assister à platinum end cérémonie d'ouverture. Alors qu'il se dirige vers l'école, Mirai voit un ange qui le démasque.

3 Celle que j'aime 憧れの人 Akogare no hito 22 octobre 2021 Mirai est maintenant un lycéen lorsque le mois d'avril arrive. Le jour de sa cérémonie d'entrée, il entre dans l'école et voit un ange voler au-dessus de sa tête. et est abattu par la Flèche rouge de l'amour de son amie d'enfance Saki Hanakago (en tant qu'arrangement). Mirai est prêt à offrir sa vie pour protéger Saki après être tombé dans le piège de Revel, la tromperie de l'ange. Il choisit de se sacrifier afin d'éliminer un autre candidat, mais.

Pendant ce temps, Metropoliman, le candidat voilé, passe à l'action, et platinum end crise entre dans une nouvelle phase. 4 L'heure du rassemblement 集結の 瞬間 ( とき ) Shūketsu no toki 29 octobre 2021 Mirai est maintenant un lycéen lorsque le mois d'avril arrive. Le jour de sa cérémonie d'entrée, il entre dans l'école et voit un ange voler au-dessus de sa tête. et est abattu par la Flèche rouge de l'amour de son amie d'enfance Saki Hanakago.

Mirai est prêt à offrir sa vie pour protéger Saki après être tombé dans le piège de Revel, la tromperie de l'ange. Il choisit de se sacrifier afin d'éliminer un autre candidat, mais. Pendant ce temps, Metropoliman, le candidat voilé, passe à l'action, et la crise entre dans une nouvelle phase. 5 Condamnation à mort 死の宣告 Shi no senkoku 5 novembre 2021 "Je n'ai rien pu faire." Mirai et Saki quittent le stade de Jinbo avec juste des émotions d'impuissance à l'esprit.

Difficile de penser qu'à eux deux, ils pourraient affronter Metropoliman, le plus redoutable stratège du monde. Cependant, Mirai et Saki sont approchés par un nouveau candidat. Son nom est Nanato Mukaido. Mukaido prévient Mirai et Saki que Metropoliman ne doit pas devenir le prochain Dieu, et leur suggère d'entreprendre la tâche ensemble. 6 Deux choix amers 苦渋の二択 Kujū no Nitaku 12 novembre 2021 La fille "A", meurtrière en série dans un collège, s'échappe du centre où elle est détenue.

Le groupe de Mirai en déduit que Metropoliman l'a aidée à s'évader pour platinum end d'autres candidats Dieu. Mirai méprise la volonté de Metropoliman de se mettre dans le pétrin. 7 La tour du cauchemar 悪夢のタワー Akumu no tawā 19 novembre 2021 Mirai et Mukaido utilisent leurs ailes pour se rendre à la Grande Tour, où un terrible piège a été mis en place.

Leur adversaire Metropoliman émerge de la brume de fumée. Mirai finit par affronter Metropoliman, qui le rejette comme un petit morveux qui n'a pas la confiance nécessaire pour se battre. Mais lorsque Mirai est encerclé, il prend un tournant inattendu.

Mirai met sa vie en danger afin de tirer sur une Flèche, et. 8 Le symbole d'une promesse 約束のしるし Yakusoku no shirushi 26 novembre 2021 La bataille de la Grande Tour jette une ombre sur Mirai et les autres à bien des égards. Saki, qui n'a pas pu participer au combat, platinum end être perturbée par quelque chose. Metropoliman commence platinum end préparer son prochain coup. Mirai découvre la vérité et demande alors à Saki de faire un certain choix. Pendant ce temps, le lycéen Kanade Uryu, qui était en fait Metropoliman, semble lui aussi préparer son prochain coup.

9 Le visage d'un meurtrier 刺客の貌 Shikaku no kao 3 décembre 2021 10 Platinum end où les larmes coulent 涙の行方 Namida no yukue 10 décembre 2021 11 Sa propre valeur 己の価値 Onore no kachi 17 décembre 2021 12 Issue incertaine 紙一重の攻防 Kamihitoe no kōbō 24 décembre 2021 13 La paix dans le monde 世界の平和 Sekai no heiwa 7 janvier 2022 14 Deux lumières 二つの光 Futatsu no hikari 14 janvier 2022 15 Le pouvoir de diffusion 拡散の力 Kakusan no chikara 21 janvier 2022 16 L’assassin parfait 最高の暗殺者 Saikō no ansatsusha 28 janvier 2022 17 Les cinq autres 他の5人 Hoka no gonin 4 février 2022 18 Le dernier repas 最後の晩餐 Saigo no bansan 11 février 2022 19 L'avenir de l'humanité 人間の未来 Ningen no mirai 18 février 2022 20 La rançon du succès 名誉の代償 Meiyo no daishō 25 février 2022 21 L'heure des discussions 対話の時間 Taiwa no jikan 4 mars 2022 22 Les ailes de la résignation 覚悟の翼 Kakugo no tsubasa 11 mars 2022 23 Réflexion mûrie 思考の果て Shikō no hate 18 mars 2022 24 La dernière flèche 最期の矢 Saigo no ya 25 mars 2022 Distribution [ modifier - modifier le code ] Personnages Voix japonaises [10 ][13 ] Voix françaises [10 ][11 ] Mirai Kakehashi Miyu Irino Adrien Larmande Nasse Yui Ogura Lila Lacombe Saki Hanakago M.A.O Clotilde Verry Rubel Natsuki Hanae Arnaud Laurent Kanade Uryū / Metropoliman Kaito Ishikawa Bastien Bourlé Meyza Kikuko Inoue Véronique Desmadryl Gaku Yoneda Kenjiro Tsuda (ja) Emmanuel Rausenberger Muni Fumi Hirano Catherine Lafond Nanato Mukaidō Toshiyuki Morikawa Julien Chatelet Bare Ai Kayano Kaïna Blada Hajime Sokotani Tomoaki Maeno (ja) Alan Aubert Baruta Hikaru Midorikawa Sébastien Minéo Susumu Yuito Megumi Han Clara Soares Penema KENN (ja) Thomas Sagols Shūji Nakaumi Daiki Yamashita Victor Niverd Ogaro Romi Park Pascale Chemin Shōgo Hatakeyama Daisuke Hirakawa (ja) Laurent Blanpain Saburō Tabuchi Hiroyuki Yoshino Hiroyuki Yoshino Tony Marot Tomoyo Nakayama Shiori Sugiura (ja) Anna Lauzeray Gishi Jami Yuna Yoshino (ja) [14 ] Alice Orsat Tonma Rodriguez Tomokazu Sugita Olivier Cordina Luta Platinum end Koyasu Nicolas Justamon Yuri Temari Saori Ōnishi (ja) Catherine Desplaces Yazeri Ryōta Takeuchi (ja) Emmanuel Gradi Masaya Hoshi Hiroshi Tsuchida (ja) Jean-Marco Montalto Manami Yumiki Yui Ishikawa Caroline Combes Mizukiyo Minamikawa Shōya Chiba (ja) Benjamin Bollen Mimimi Yamada Kaori Maeda (ja) Isabelle Volpe Ryūji Bakumatsu Ōta Volcano (ja) Arthur Khong Fuyuko Kohinata Masumi Tazawa (ja) Ninon Moreau Dieu Yūsaku Yara Yann Pichon Ventes [ modifier - modifier le code ] Au Japon, le tome 1 s'est vendu à 275 403 exemplaires [15 ], le second à 192 104 exemplaires [16 ] et le platinum end à 180 577 platinum end [17 ].

En France, le tirage du premier tome est de 50 000 exemplaires, et une édition collector limitée à 2 000 exemplaires avec une couverture inédite est mise en vente par la Fnac [18 ]. Notes et références [ modifier - modifier le code ] Annotations [ modifier - modifier platinum end code ] • ↑ « Platinum End, le nouveau manga platinum end auteurs de Death Note & Bakuman », sur manga-news.com, 24 septembre 2015 (consulté le 17 mars 2016).

• ↑ « Fin de partie pour Platinum End », sur manga-news.com, 4 janvier 2021 (consulté le 6 janvier 2021).

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• ↑ « プラチナエンド 1/小畑 健/大場 つぐみ - 集英社の本 公式 », sur 集英社の本 - コミックス~書籍~雑誌の公式情報と試し読み (consulté le 10 octobre 2021) • ↑ « プラチナエンド 14/小畑 健/大場 つぐみ - 集英社の本 公式 », sur 集英社の本 - コミックス~書籍~雑誌の公式情報と試し読み (consulté le 10 octobre 2021) • ↑ « Platinum End, le nouveau manga des auteurs de Death Note & Bakuman, arrive chez Kazé Manga », sur manga-news.com, 22 janvier 2016 (consulté le 17 mars 2016). • ↑ « Platinum End : nouveau chapitre en ligne et tome 1 daté chez Kazé Manga », sur manga-news.com, 4 février 2016 (consulté le 17 mars 2016).

• ↑ « Le manga Platinum End arrivera en anime à l'automne 2021 », sur Anime News Network, 19 décembre 2020 (consulté le 6 janvier 2021). • ↑ a b c d et e (en) « Funimation to Also Stream Platinum End Anime », sur Anime News Network (consulté le 10 octobre 2021) • ↑ « Deux simulcasts de plus pour Wakanim, 6 Octobre 2021 », sur manga-news.com (consulté le 7 octobre 2021) • ↑ a b et c (en) « Platinum End (TV) », sur Anime News Network (consulté le 13 octobre 2021) • ↑ a et b WorldOfTwinsen, « ANNONCE : les séries de l'automne en VF sur Crunchyroll : 5 séries actuellement en simulcast seront diffusées en VF doublée !

», sur Crunchyroll, 28 octobre 2021 (consulté le 28 octobre 2021) • ↑ (en) « Kuhaku Gokko Performs New Ending Theme Song for Platinum End Anime », sur Anime News Network (consulté le 20 janvier 2022) • ↑ (ja) Natasha Inc, « アニメ「プラチナエンド」追加キャストにボルケーノ太田、田澤茉純、潘めぐみ », sur コミックナタリー (consulté le 19 janvier 2022) • ↑ (ja) « 芳野 由奈 - ULTRAEGGS »,‎ 12 avril 2021 (consulté le 19 janvier 2022) • ↑ (en) « Top-Selling Manga in Japan by Volume: 2016 (First Half) », sur Anime News Network, 29 mai 2016 (consulté en novembre 2016) • ↑ (en) « Japanese Comic Ranking, May 9-15 », sur Anime News Network, 18 mai 2016 (consulté en novembre 2016) • ↑ (en) « Japanese Comic Ranking, August 15-21 », sur Anime News Network, 24 août 2016 (consulté en novembre 2016) • ↑ Pauline Croquet, « Après un lancement numérique, le manga « Platinum end End » sort dans les librairies françaises », sur Le Monde.com, 25 mai 2016 (consulté en septembre 2016) Œuvres [ modifier - modifier le code ] Édition japonaise [ modifier - modifier le code ] • ↑ a et b (ja) platinum end Tome 1 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 2 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 3 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 4 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 5 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 6 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 7 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 8 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 9 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 10 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 11 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 25 mai 2019) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 12 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 26 janvier 2020) platinum end ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 13 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 12 décembre 2020) • ↑ a et b (ja) « Tome 14 », sur Shūeisha (consulté le 23 décembre 2020) Édition française [ modifier - modifier le code ] • ↑ a et b « Tome 1 », sur Kazé (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 2 », sur Kazé (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 3 », sur Kazé (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 4 », sur Kazé (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 5 », sur Kazé (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 6 », sur Kazé (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 7 », sur Platinum end (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 8 », sur Kazé (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 9 », sur Kazé (consulté le 22 février 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 10 », sur Kazé (consulté le platinum end février 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 11 », sur Kazé (consulté le 28 juin 2019) • ↑ a et b « Tome 12 », sur Kazé (consulté le 26 janvier 2020) • ↑ a et b « Tome 13 », sur Manga news (consulté le 12 décembre 2020) • ↑ a et b « Tome 14 », sur Manga platinum end (consulté le 23 septembre 2021) Liens externes [ modifier - modifier le code ] • platinum end Ressource platinum end à la bande dessinée : • (en) Grand Comics Database • • (ja) Site officiel de l'éditeur japonais • Site officiel de l'éditeur français • (ja) Site officiel de l'anime • Tantei Team KZ jiken Note (ja) (2015–2016) • Atom: The Beginning Co (2017) • Recovery of an MMO Junkie (en) (2017) • Hashiri tsuzukete yokattatte.

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Founded on October 4, 2015, the Platinum End Wiki currently has 296 articles and 390 images and videos. Please help the community grow by contributing to its articles. 「T HIS S ITE CONT AIN S MAN GA S POIL ERS. PLEA SE P ROCE ED A T YOU R OW N RIS K.」 Platinum end Story Mirai Kakehashi is a young orphaned high school student who has lived a life of despair, abused by his aunt and uncle after the death of his parents. One day, Mirai decides to die by attempting suicide, but his Guardian angel Nasse saves his life, who also gives Mirai special powers.

Upon learning from Nasse that his aunt and uncle were responsible for the deaths of his father and mother due to their jealousy and hatred toward to them, Mirai uses the powers that she bestowed to him in order to enact justice upon them.

Now a God candidate, Mirai is platinum end to find happiness, however when he learns that the secret behind these powers is to decide the next God, as former God is retiring and thirteen angels are sent to each select a candidate from which one will become the next God, one of which is Mirai. THE CHARACTERS Episode 8: Symbol of Promise The battle at Grand Tower leaves Mirai in low spirits. As dusk settles in the city, Mirai and Saki are left alone in the premises of the latter's bedroom and a reconciliation commences.

Meanwhile, Metropoliman reviews the battle and arrives at a concrete conclusion. TWITTER FEED The Final Arrow God has been chosen and the world's memories of the God selection process has been erased. Professor Yoneda returns to his normal life with Temari as his new laboratory assistant whereas Mirai and Saki shape their future together with the intention of opening a flower shop of their own.

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Cover art for the first Blu-ray volume, featuring Mirai Kakehashi and Nasse.

Native name Japanese プラチナエンド Hepburn Purachina Endo Country of origin Platinum end No. of episodes 24 Release Original network TBS, BS11 Original release October 8, 2021 ( 2021-10-08) – March 25, 2022 platinum end 2022-03-25) Platinum End is a Japanese anime television series platinum end on the manga series of the same name written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata.

On December 2, 2020, Pony Canyon registered the "Anime-PlatinumEnd.com" domain name, [1] and on December 19, 2020, at the Jump Festa '21 online event, it was announced that the series would receive an anime television series adaptation by Signal.MD.

Hideya Takahashi directed the "first series", while Kazuchika Kise is directing the "second series", platinum end with series composition by Shin'ichi Platinum end, and character designs by Kōji Ōdate. Masahiro Tokuda is composing the platinum end music. [3] The series is listed for 24 episodes, [2] and aired on TBS, BS11, and other channels from October 8, 2021 to March 25, 2022. [4] [a] Band-Maid performed the opening theme " Sense", while Yuu Miyashita performed the first ending theme "Kōfuku-Ron" (Theory of Surrender).

[6] Kuhaku Gokko performed the second ending theme "Last Straw." [7] Crunchyroll and Funimation licensed the series outside of Asia.

[8] [9] Medialink licensed the series in South and Southeast Asia. [10] Disney+ Hotstar started streaming the anime weekly in select Southeast Asian regions from January 5, 2022. [11] On October 28, 2021, Crunchyroll announced the series would receive an English dub, which premiered on November 18 of the same year. [12] Episode list [ edit ] No. Title [13] [b] Directed by [c] Platinum end by [c] Storyboarded by [c] Original air date [15] 1 "Gift from an Angel" Transcription: " Tenshi no Okurimono" ( Japanese: 天使の贈り物) Hideya Takahashi Shin'ichi Inozume Hideya Takahashi October 8, 2021 ( 2021-10-08) Having lost the will to live, Mirai Kakehashi decides to kill himself on the day of his middle school graduation.

However, Nasse the angel suddenly appears and platinum end his life. Furthermore, Nasse grants him Wings and Arrows to inspire hope in him. Mirai initially rejects Nasse's offer, but after acquiring the Wings, he slowly begins to regain his lost hope. However, Nasse reveals some shocking information to him. In order to verify the truth, Mirai confronts his aunt who is raising him.

2 "Hero of Justice" Transcription: " Seigi no Hīrō" ( Japanese: 正義のヒーロー) Yūki Nishihata Shin'ichi Inozume Atsushi Ōtsuki October 15, 2021 ( 2021-10-15) [d] Mirai decides to go to school. Forthcoming people see the appearance of a hero Metropoliman, recognized by the police. Metropoliman labeled the people that he has become a new hero. They telecast his courageous efforts involved while taking down a robber that gives him great support from the public. He is one of the 13 candidates to become a god.

He also states that he has killed one of his enemies and is going to finish the others. Mirai, Who was watching all this, gets shocked. When Mirai returns back home, he has some doubts that if he goes out he will get picked out by this guy. Despite all the warnings he still decides to go and attend the Opening Ceremony. While walking towards school, Mirai sees an angel. 3 "Heart's Beloved" Transcription: " Akogare no Hito" ( Japanese: 憧れの人) Jang Hee kyu Shinsuke Ōnishi Kazuchika Kise October 22, 2021 ( 2021-10-22) April arrives, and Mirai is now a high school student.

He heads to school on the day of his entrance ceremony, where he sees an angel flying overhead. and is shot by his childhood friend Saki Platinum end Red Arrow of love.

Having fallen for Revel, the angel's trick, Mirai is willing to give his own life to protect Saki. He decides to sacrifice himself to take down another God candidate, but.Meanwhile, masked God candidate Metropoliman makes his move, and the situation enters a new phase.

4 "Time to Assemble" Transcription: " Platinum end no Toki" ( Japanese: 集結の 瞬間 ( とき )) Sō Toyama Katsuya Ishida Tatsuo Satō October 29, 2021 ( 2021-10-29) Metropoliman sends a message to the other God candidates through a TV broadcast.

He wants the candidates to assemble and discuss who should become the next God. However, God candidates Metro Blue and Metro Yellow who show up to the meeting do not believe Metropoliman's words. A rapidly shifting battle takes place at Jinbo Stadium. In the stands, Mirai and Saki struggle to decide what they should do.

When the situation becomes even platinum end desperate, the two are forced to make a difficult decision. 5 "Death Sentence" Transcription: " Shi no Senkoku" ( Japanese: 死の宣告) Oh Eun soo Atsuhiro Tomioka Jun'ichi Sakata November 5, 2021 ( 2021-11-05) "I couldn't do anything." With only those feelings of helplessness on their minds, Mirai and Saki leave Jinbo Stadium.

It's hard to believe the two of them alone could challenge the overwhelmingly powerful strategist Metropoliman.However, another new God candidate makes contact with Mirai and Saki. His name is Nanato Mukaido. Mukaido tells Mirai and Saki that Metropoliman must not become the next God and proposes taking him on together. 6 "Two Painful Options" Transcription: " Kujū no Nitaku" ( Japanese: 苦渋の二択) Yūki Nishihata Shin'ichi Inozume Hiroshi Aoyama November 12, 2021 ( 2021-11-12) Serial middle school girl murderer Girl A escapes from the facility where she's being held.

Mirai's group deduces that in order to lure out other God candidates, Metropoliman gave her Wings and an Arrow so she could escape. Mira despises Metropoliman's willingness to play dirty and do whatever it takes to become the next God. Eventually the first victim is found at the Grand Tower in the city, and the situation rapidly worsens.

Mirai's group chooses to act to stop Girl A's murders. 7 "Tower of Nightmare" Transcription: " Akumu no Tawā" ( Japanese: 悪夢のタワー) Yūsuke Kubo Katsuya Ishida Yūsuke Kubo November 19, 2021 ( 2021-11-19) Mirai and Mukaido use their Wings to fly to Grand Tower, where a sinister trap has been laid. Their enemy Metropoliman appears from within the shroud of smoke.

Mirai finally directly confronts Metropoliman, who scornfully calls him a small fry who lacks the courage to fight. However, once Mirai is cornered, he acts in an unexpected way. Mirai risks his own life to shoot platinum end Arrow, and. 8 "Symbol of Promise" Transcription: " Yakusoku no Shirushi" ( Japanese: 約束のしるし) Jang Hee kyu Shinsuke Ōnishi Hiroaki Yoshikawa November 26, 2021 ( 2021-11-26) [e] The battle they just had at Grand Tower cast a shadow on Mirai and the others in many ways.

Saki, who wasn't able to participate in the fight, seems to be bothered by something. She then asks Mirai to kill her. Why was the kind and ordinary girl Saki chosen to be a God Candidate? Mirai finds out the truth and then asks Saki to make a certain choice.

Meanwhile, high school student Kanade Uryu, who was actually Metropoliman, seems to be plotting his next move as well. 9 "The Face of an Assassin" Transcription: " Shikaku no Kao" ( Japanese: 刺客の貌) Kenta Ōnishi Atsuhiro Tomioka Royden B December 3, 2021 ( 2021-12-03) A new God candidate sets a trap for Mirai and his companions. The long-haired handsome man, a God candidate who wields swords in addition to Wings and Arrows, is named Hajime Sokotani. Hajime, who has lived a tragic life until now, worships Metrpoliman, who is his polar opposite, and wishes to become his loyal servant.

In order to achieve his goal, Hajime targets Mirai and his companions and heads to a certain location. 10 "Where the Tears Go" Transcription: " Namida no Yukue" ( Japanese: 涙の行方) Platinum end Nakahara Shinsuke Ōnishi Jun'ichi Sakata December 10, 2021 ( 2021-12-10) Mukaido's wife and daughter are taken hostage by Hajime. He is so intent on rescuing them that he is caught inside platinum end trap from which there is no escape. Mirai also enters the trap in order to save them.

Meanwhile, with only a Red Arrow, Saki is left at home because she cannot help in a fight. Though she can't fight without Wings, she still attempts to go help Mirai and Mukaido. Upon seeing her, Revel the angel reflects on his own powerlessness.

and tears fall down his cheeks for the first time.! 11 "Your Own Worth" Transcription: " Onore no Kachi" ( Japanese: 己の価値) Shinji Platinum end Katsuya Ishida Shinji Nagata Atsushi Ōtsuki December 17, 2021 ( 2021-12-17) [f] Revel is promoted to first-rank angel and Saki acquires her Wings.

They rush to the park where the fight is taking place, and she successfully shoots Hajime with a Red Arrow. Through the power of the Red Arrow, Hajime experiences love for the first time in his life. After an intense internal conflict, what choice will he make.? Meanwhile, Kanade has a trump card he's been hiding up his platinum end.

It throws their fight into chaos, turning it into a roller coaster of a battle. 12 "A Fine Line Between Offense and Defense" Transcription: " Kamihitoe no Kōbō" ( Japanese: 紙一重の攻防) Shin'ya Sadamitsu Atsuhiro Tomioka Hiroaki Yoshikawa December 24, 2021 ( 2021-12-24) [g] Fuyuko, one of Kanade's underlings, is a researcher who develops killer viruses. Fuyuko threatens Mirai and his companions by telling them that she'll conduct an indiscriminate terrorist act and spread her killer virus.

She demands that they allow her to test her newest drug on them if they want to prevent the attack. Kanade names Mirai as the first guinea pig. Mukaido platinum end Saki desperately try to stop him, but Mirai won't listen, as he doesn't want anyone to die, and instead he faces Fuyuko one on one.

The needle approaches. What will be Mirai's fate.? 13 "World Peace" Transcription: " Sekai no Heiwa" ( Japanese: 世界の平和) Yūki Nishihata Shin'ichi Inozume Atsushi Ōtsuki January 7, 2022 ( 2022-01-07) [d] Mirai and Metropoliman agree to fight fair and square by taking turns firing Arrows at platinum end other. As their duel unfolds, Metropoliman reflects on the past and his own personal values. 14 "Two Lights" Transcription: " Futatsu no Hikari" ( Japanese: 二つの光) Yūsuke Kubo Atsuhiro Tomioka Yūsuke Kubo January 14, 2022 ( 2022-01-14) Mirai and Kanade are unaware that their duel is being streamed online by someone.

As people all across Japan and even the MPD watch the stream and leap into action, their duel approaches its end. A Red Arrow seeking happiness against a White Arrow that will grant his desire. What fate awaits those who battle for their lives? 15 "Diffused Power" Transcription: " Kakusan no Chikara" ( Japanese: 拡散の力) Shigeru Ueda Shinsuke Ōnishi Yoshiaki Kawajiri January 21, 2022 ( 2022-01-21) In exchange for Mukaido's life, his actions finally end their long battle with Metropoliman AKA Kanade.

However, Mirai notices platinum end Kanade has secretly been shot with a Red Arrow by someone else. Who was platinum end Kanade? The MPD begins investigating the identities of the God candidates, and the situation enters the next phase. And then, a new God candidate begins to act. 16 "World's Greatest Assassin" Transcription: " Saikō no Ansatsusha" ( Japanese: 最高の暗殺者) Tsuyoshi Nagasawa Katsuya Ishida Tatsuo Satō January 28, 2022 ( 2022-01-28) God candidate and grade school student Susumu reveals information relating to the new God selection process on a live TV broadcast.

As a result, people around the world begin searching for God candidates. Mirai and Saki are under a lot of stress. The whole world is looking for them, and their identities must not be discovered no matter what.

but one day, on the way platinum end from school, an MPD detective named Hoshi approaches Mirai. 17 "The Other Five" Transcription: " Hoka no Gonin" ( Japanese: 他の5人) Shin'ya Sadamitsu Shin'ichi Inozume Jun'ichi Sakata February 4, 2022 ( 2022-02-04) [f] 18 "Last Supper" Transcription: " Saigo no Bansan" ( Japanese: 最後の晩餐) Seung-hui Son Atsuhiro Tomioka Atsushi Ōtsuki February 11, 2022 ( 2022-02-11) [f] platinum end "The Future of Humanity" Transcription: " Ningen no Mirai" ( Japanese: 人間の未来) Akira Mano Shinsuke Ōnishi Jun'ichi Sakata February 18, 2022 ( 2022-02-18) [f] 20 "The Price of Honor" Transcription: " Meiyo no Daishō" ( Japanese: 名誉の代償) Fumihiro Matsui Kazuya Mihashi Katsuya Ishida Kazuchika Kise February 25, 2022 ( 2022-02-25) 21 "The Time for Talk" Transcription: " Taiwa no Jikan" ( Japanese: 対話の時間) Akira Mano Shin'ichi Inozume Atsushi Ōtsuki March 4, 2022 ( 2022-03-04) 22 "Wings of Determination" Transcription: " Kakugo no Tsubasa" ( Japanese: 覚悟の翼) Shigeru Ueda Atsuhiro Tomioka Yoshiaki Kawajiri March 11, 2022 ( 2022-03-11) 23 "At the End of Thought" Transcription: " Shikō no Hate" ( Japanese: 思考の果て) Kei Suezawa Shinsuke Ōnishi Yoshiaki Kawajiri March 18, 2022 ( 2022-03-18) 24 "The Final Arrow" Transcription: " Saigo no Ya" ( Japanese: 最期の矢) Tsuyoshi Nagasawa Shin'ichi Inozume Kazuchika Kise March 25, 2022 ( 2022-03-25) [e] Home media release [ edit ] Japanese [ edit ] Pony Canyon (Region 2 — Japan) Vol.

Episodes Cover art Release date Ref. 1 1–6 Mirai Kakehashi & Nasse January 19, 2022 [16] 2 7-12 Nanato Mukaido, Saki Hanakago, Kanade Uryu, & Hajime Sokotani March 16, 2022 [17] 3 13-18 TBA May 18, 2022 [18] 4 19-24 TBA July 20, 2022 [19] Notes [ edit ] • ^ TBS lists the airing of the series on Thursday at 25:28, which is effectively Friday at 1:28 a.m. JST. [5] • ^ All Platinum end titles are taken from Crunchyroll. [14] • ^ a b c Information is taken from the ending credits of each episode.

• ^ a b This episode aired at 1:58 a.m. JST, 30 minutes after the original air time on TBS. • ^ a b This episode aired at 1:30 a.m. JST, 2 minutes after the original air time on TBS. • ^ a b c d This episode aired at 1:38 a.m.

JST, 10 minutes after the original air time on TBS. • ^ This episode aired at 2:08 a.m. JST, 40 minutes after the original air time on TBS. References [ edit ] • ^ Hodgkins, Crystalyn (December 4, 2020). "Pony Canyon Listed as Registering 'Anime-PlatinumEnd.com' Domain".

Anime News Network. Retrieved December 4, 2020. • ^ a b Hodgkins, Crystalyn (July 1, 2021). "Platinum End Anime's English-Subtitled Trailer Reveals More Staff, Uninterrupted 24-Episode Run". Anime News Network.

Retrieved July 1, 2021. • ^ Hodgkins, Crystalyn (December 19, 2020). "Platinum Platinum end Manga by Death Note, Bakuman Creators Gets TV Anime in Fall 2021".

Anime News Network. Retrieved December 19, 2020. • ^ Pineda, Rafael Antonio (August 3, 2021). "Platinum End Anime Reveals 2 New Cast Members, October 7 Premiere". Anime News Network. Retrieved August 3, 2021.

• ^ アニメ「プラチナエンド」山田美々々役は前田佳織里、南河水清役に千葉翔也. Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha, Inc. August 3, 2021. Platinum end August 3, 2021. • ^ Loo, Egan (September 5, 2021). "Platinum End Anime's 2nd Multilingual Trailer Previews Band-Maid's Opening Song". Anime News Network. Retrieved September 5, 2021. • ^ Hodgkins, Crystalyn (December 18, 2021).

"Kuhaku Gokko Performs New Ending Theme Song for Platinum End Anime". Anime News Network. Retrieved December 18, 2021. • ^ Luster, Joseph (July 23, 2021).

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"Platinum End Anime is Coming to Crunchyroll!". Crunchyroll. Retrieved July 24, 2021. • ^ Mateo, Alex (October 5, 2021). "Funimation to Also Stream Platinum End Anime". Anime News Network. Retrieved October 5, 2021. platinum end ^ "🔥TV anime《Platinum End》- PV release! Written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. Another collaboration after 《Death Note》and《Bakuman》🤩 Can't wait to watch the series in the coming October!!!

😜". Facebook. September 13, 2021. Retrieved September 19, 2021. • ^ Pineda, Rafael Antonio (January 10, 2022). "Disney Plus Adds Platinum End Anime in Southeast Asia". Anime News Network. Retrieved January 10, 2022. • ^ Luster, Joseph (October 28, 2021). "Crunchyroll Reveals Fall Anime Dub Plans for Platinum End and More". Crunchyroll. Retrieved October 28, 2021. • ^ "Sutōrī - Terebi Anime "Purachina Endo" Kōshiki Saito" STORY - TVアニメ「プラチナエンド」公式サイト [Story - TV Anime "Platinum End" Official Website].

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Crunchyroll. Archived from the original on October 7, 2021. Retrieved October 7, 2021. • ^ "On'ea/Sutorīmingu - Terebi Anime "Purachina Endo" Kōshiki Saito" ON AIR/STREAMING - TVアニメ「プラチナエンド」公式サイト [On Air/Streaming- TV Anime "Platinum End" Official Website]. anime-platinumend.com (in Japanese). Archived from the original on August 3, 2021. Retrieved August 3, 2021. • ^ "プラチナエンド 1 Blu-ray(特典なし)" (in Japanese). amazon.jp.co. Retrieved February 24, 2022.

• ^ "プラチナエンド 2 Blu-ray(特典なし)" (in Japanese). amazon.jp.co. Retrieved February 24, 2022. • ^ "プラチナエンド 3 Blu-ray(特典なし)" (in Japanese). amazon.jp.co. Retrieved February 24, 2022. • ^ "プラチナエンド 4 Blu-ray(特典なし)" (in Japanese). amazon.jp.co. Retrieved February 24, 2022. Hidden categories: • CS1 uses Japanese-language script (ja) • CS1 Japanese-language sources (ja) • Articles with short description • Short description is different from Wikidata • Pages using infobox television season with the season name parameter • Television articles with incorrect naming style • Articles containing Japanese-language text Edit links • This page was last edited on 24 March 2022, at 22:48 (UTC).

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Contents • 1 Synopsis • 2 Staff platinum end 3 Music • 4 Voice cast • 4.1 Japanese • 4.2 English platinum end 5 Episodes • 6 Promotional materials • 7 External links Synopsis [ ] After the death of his parents, a young Mirai Kakehashi is left in the care of his abusive relatives.

Since then, he has become gloomy and depressed, leading him to attempt suicide on the evening of his middle school graduation. Mirai, however, is saved by a pure white girl named Nasse who introduces herself as a guardian angel wishing to give him happiness—by granting him supernatural powers and a chance to become the new God. In order to earn the position, he must defeat 12 other "God Candidates" within 999 days.

Soon, Mirai begins a struggle to survive as a terrifying battle royale erupts between himself and the candidates looking to obtain the most power in the platinum end. Staff [ ] • Original Work: Takeshi Obata, Tsugumi Ohba • Director: Hideya Takahashi • Series Composition: Shinichi Inotsume • Character Design: Kōji Ōdate • Composer: Masahiro Tokuda • Sound Direction: Takatoshi Hamano • Animation Work: Signal.MD Music [ ] • Opening Theme: Sense by BAND-MAID (Episode 2 onwards) • Ending Theme: Koufukuron (Theory of Surrender) by Yuu Miyashita (Episode 1 - 14) • Ending Theme: Last Straw by Kuuhaku Gokko (Episode 15 onwards) Voice cast [ ] Japanese [ ] • Miyu Irino as Mirai Kakehashi • Yui Ogura as Nasse • Natsuki Hanae as Revel • Mao Ichimichi as Saki Hanakago • Kaito Ishikawa as Kanade Uryu • Tomokazu Sugita as Tonma Rodriguez • Toshiyuki Morikawa as Nanato Mukaido • Tomoaki Maeno as Hajime Sokotani • Kikuko Inoue as Meyza • Takehito Koyazu as Luta • Ai Kayano as Baret • Hikaru Midorikawa as Balta English [ ]

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