Have those Marvel movies taught you to stick through the credits for a final stinger? Well, you might want to apply the practice to this season's King's Game anime. This season's anime ends with a promise of more to come. The cell phone novel on which it it is based has five follow-up sequels, prequels and tangents. More after the jump.
How would you fare in the King's Game? Would you beat the deadly game master? Would you be hoisted on your own petard? Or would you sleep through the whole thing? Take our quiz to see how far you'd make it -- after the jump!
Have you given King's Game a try yet? The popular cell phone novel has gained a following as a manga and live-action film, and now the anime is racking up a fanbase, too! If you're still looking for reasons to try it, let us convince you -- we've got five after the jump!
It's a brutal season for anime! King's Game and Juni Taisen: Zodiac War are both being simulcast, and no one is safe in these two games of life and death. Are they worth a watch? What will get you hooked? Hit the jump for our first looks at these two new anime!
With King's Game, studio Seven is embarking on its first full televised anime production with a staff tackling new roles and source material. Based on strong and brutal source material and an impressive voice cast, they're in a position to make their first project a breakout work. Hit the jump to read more about the faces behind this season's wicked survival game!
Crunchyroll adds King's Game to its Fall simulcast lineup. Hit the jump for the details.
Stephen King stated that horror represents the anxiety of the times. Tom Zoth explores the nature and appeal of the horror in the immensely popular phone novel turned anime King's Game, a psychological thriller of a game taken too far. Read more, after the jump!
The official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Nobuaki Kanazawa/Pakkuncho's cell phone novel Ousama Game/King's Game today posted two new PVs to introduce its 48 character voices, including the protagonist Nobuaki Kanazawa played by Mamoru Miyano, Chiemi Honda by M.A.O, Natsuko Honda by Yui Horie, and Riona Matsumoto by Akari Uehara. Check out their voices after the jump!
The fall season of anime is shaping up to be a bumper crop this year as Crunchyroll today announces a slew of new series that it will share streaming duties with in tandem with Funimation. Read on for more info about “Blood Blockade Battlefront & Beyond” "A Sister's All You Need", "King's Game", "KONOHANA KITAN", "Code: Realize ～Guardian of Rebirth～", "Anime-Gataris" and “Love Live! Sunshine!! 2nd Season”!