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Danganronpa: The Animation

2013 - JAPANESE - SERIES

  • Jini Score
    70%
  • Rating
    7.0/10
  • Jini Score
    70%
  • Rating
    7.0/10
A group of 15 elite high school students are gathered at a very special, high class high school. To graduate from this high school essentially means you'll succeed in life, but graduating is very difficult. The school is presided over by a bear called Monokuma, and he explains to them that their graduation hinges around committing a murder. The only way to graduate is to kill one of your classmates and get away with it. If the other classmates discover the identity of the killer, the killer is the only one executed. However, if they fail to catch the killer, only the killer graduates and the others are annihilated. Which of the 15 will survive the bloodbath to come? Written by Anonymous Danganronpa: The Animation is a 2013 Japanese Japanese-language show. Netflix acquired the distribution rights for the television show. Danganronpa: The Animation has only one season and a cumulative total of 12 episodes.

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Release Date2013
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Seasons
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E 1
Hello Again, Hope s Peak High School
E 2
My Impurest Heart for You
E 3
A Farewell to All Futures
E 4
The Melancholy, Surprise, and Disappearance of Nagito Komaeda
E 5
Beginning of the End
E 6
A Despairfully Fateful Encounter
E 7
The Biggest, Most Atrocious Incident in Hope s Peak High School s History
E 8
The Worst Reunion by Chance
E 9
Chisa Yukizome Doesn t Smile
E 10
Smile At Despair in the Name of Hope
E 11
Goodbye, Hope s Peak High School
E 12
The School of Hope and the Students of Despair