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Danganronpa The Animation Episode 5

Punishment was even harsher this time. Oowada was voted guilty by a 9-1 (or 10-1, if he could also vote) ratio. The one vote against him being the murderer came from his best friend Kiyotaka Ishimaru, who voted for himself. Next he was dragged away, just like Leon from episode 3, put on a motorcycle, and sent into a Circle of Death. The long riding generated elecricity and in a while all that was left of Oowada was a pack of butter. Monobear ate even that with his pancakes. He then had a teaparty with some hidden character, who he managed to sneak into the school as the 16th student. Who it is, remains unknown for now.

Danganronpa The Animation Episode 5

In December 2012, Kadokawa Shoten's Newtype magazine announced that there would be an anime television series adaptation of the first game, titled Danganronpa: The Animation, produced by Lerche and directed by Seiji Kishi.[64] The series aired between 4 July 2013 and 26 September 2013 on MBS' Anime-ism programming block. The final Blu-ray/DVD volume, released on 26 February 2014, features an extended final episode.[65] Funimation simulcast the series as it aired and released it on Blu-ray/DVD in North America on 10 November 2015, while Manga Entertainment released the series in the UK on 9 November 2015.[66][67] The anime is licensed by Muse Communication in Southeast Asia and aired on Animax Asia in Japanese audio with English subtitles.[68]

The series was licensed for simulcasting by Funimation.[71] Despite episodes alternating between the Future and Despair arcs when it originally aired, Funimation groups the episodes by arc on its streaming service.[72] An original video animation titled Super Danganronpa 2.5: Komaeda Nagito to Sekai no Hakaisha, was bundled with Danganronpa V3 in Japan on 12 January 2017.[73]

The episode saw the students trapped within Hope's Peak Academy (including Arei) as part of a twisted killing game being threatened with having their darkest secrets exposed. Arei (who displayed an antagonistic personality toward the other students) eventually happily revealed her secret: she had ruined her older sisters' lives by framing them for various crimes which resulted in them being sent to reform school.

On December 25, 2020, a few hours after the last episode was released, it was announced that the last Blu-Ray & DVD volume to come out on May 28, 2021 would include a "Director's Cut" with 5 supplementary minutes of content.[1]

Akudama Drive was critically acclaimed from its premiere on October 8, 2020, attracting multiple positive reactions from fans and reviewers alike. Kazutaka Kodaka fans found in Akudama Drive's first episode SE7EN similarities to his hit series Danganronpa, which they welcomed.

Reviewers brought up a major change in tone, largely due to a change in protagonist Swindler's personality, starting in its eight episode, Black Rain. This change, along with her new design, were found impressive and praised by critics.[4][5]

The series' finale, Akudama Drive, was similarly acclaimed for its "beautiful storyboarding", the conclusion given to the Swindler and her ally the Courier and its commentary on the police's handling of criminals, though the latter was noted to lack in subtlety[5][6] compared to the deeper themes brought up by within the Swindler's last moments[7]. found Akudama Drive to be a welcome renewal of the Cyberpunk genre, which was also brought up by Comic Book Resources, who similarly to the latter believed that the animation was the main reason for Akudama Drive's popularity.[8] found the violence to be too impactful for sensitive viewers.[7] Similarly, it had been commented by Anime Feminist that the reference to rape in episode 8 Black Rain was "an upsetting scene", and they included "so much violence" as one of their content warnings.[9] This was also mentioned by magazine Otaku USA which praised its animation and brought up a "substantial body count", recommending owning Akudama Drive on home video to see "all of the beheadings and head/eye trauma".[10] Anime Feminist also brought up the arguable depiction of the Brawler, and his death being the first, as "concerning", and included "racial stereotyping; death of marginalized characters" as some of their content warnings.[9] 041b061a72


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