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Angel Beats!

Otonashi awakens only to learn he is dead. A rifle-toting girl named Yuri explains that they are in the afterlife, and Otonashi realizes the only thing he can remember about himself is his name. Yuri tells him that she leads the Shinda Sekai Sensen (Afterlife Battlefront) and wages war against a girl named Tenshi. Unable to believe Yuri’s claims that Tenshi is evil, Otonashi attempts to speak with her, but the encounter doesn’t go as he intended. Otonashi decides to join the SSS and battle Tenshi, but he finds himself oddly drawn to her. While trying to regain his memories and understand Tenshi, he gradually unravels the mysteries of the afterlife. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

User Rating : 8.08



Alternative Titles
Title : Angel Beats!
English : Angel Beats!
Japanese : Angel Beats!(エンジェルビーツ!)
Synonyms :

Type : TV
User Rating : 8.08
Episodes : 13
Premiered : spring 2010
Aired : Apr 3, 2010 to Jun 26, 2010
Genres : Drama, Supernatural
Duration : 24 min per ep
Rating : PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Broadcast : Unknown
Producers : Aniplex , Dentsu , Mainichi Broadcasting System , CBC Television , Movic , Visual Arts , ASCII Media Works
Licensors : Sentai Filmworks , Aniplex of America
Studio : P.A. Works
Source : Original
Season : spring
Themes : School
Demographics :
Rank : 462
Popularity : 24
Members : 1877669
Favorites : 45787

Characters & Voice Actors

Hinata, Hideki
Kimura, Ryouhei
Nakamura, Yuri
Sakurai, Harumi
Otonashi, Yuzuru
Kamiya, Hiroshi
Tachibana, Kanade
Hanazawa, Kana


Horikawa Kenji

Toba Yousuke

Kishi Seiji
Episode Director

Iida Satoki
Sound Director

Anzai Takefumi
Episode Director

Hashimoto Hiroyuki
Episode Director
2nd Key Animation
Key Animation

Theme Songs

1: “My Soul, Your Beats!” by Lia (eps TV: 2-3, 5-9, 11; BD/DVD: 1-3, 5-13)
2: “My Soul, Your Beats!” by LiSA (eps 4)
1: “Brave Song” by Aoi Tada (eps 1-9, 11-12)
2: “Ichiban no Takaramono ~Yui final ver.~ (一番の宝物 ~Yui final ver.~)” by Girls Dead Monster feat. LiSA (eps 10)
3: “Ichiban no Takaramono (一番の宝物)” by karuta (eps 13)


Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu
Death Parade
Plastic Memories

User : coldcoal
overall : 8 story : 7 animation : 9 sound : 10 character : 7 enjoyment : 8
Review : I have to admit that I first started watching Angel Beats because of two main reasons: the pretty visuals, and the presence of guitars. But once I began watching the show in earnest, I found a lot more here than I expected. Angel Beats is a show that keeps me guessing, and consistently tugs at strings I didn’t know existed until they were pulled. Basically, Angel Beats is about an afterlife in which a group of dead students refuse to ‘move on’ to the next life, because they have some sort of peace to make with the world and themselves. There’s a unique mix ofcommon school life against the supernatural. It’s a setting that I found to be original enough; I also expected it to be a simple tear-jerker, but that isn’t the case.

Angel Beats has a duality about it. One part of it is comedy – most of it is well timed, and on several occasions, had me laughing out loud at my screen like a nutcase. The English-speaking, nonsensical TK doesn’t even need an introduction anymore. Even the slapsti…

User : DrakensbergMist
overall : 4 story : 2 animation : 9 sound : 7 character : 2 enjoyment : 3
Review : Angel Beats! The anime that is praised by many and criticized by few. Sadly I was forced to go stand in the cold critic corner. In all honesty, I was excited to watch this anime after all the suggestions from people and raving reviews. The art looked amazing and I heard the music was incredible. What is a good anime in my book? An anime that effects my grades negatively, because just…one…more…episode! Angel Beats however never gripped me. It made me say: “Ok that’s enough for today, I have a ton of homework anyway…” My experience can be best summed up in a quote fromanother review: “I badly wanted to love this anime, but just couldn’t…”

STORY: 2/10

I obsessively try to spot the cracks and flaws in a plot, but I overlook a lot of flaws in the beginning of an anime to give it a fair chance. From the start the plot’s foundation was already showing cracks, but I ignored them due to my high hopes for this “MUST WATCH!” The story begins with our main protagonist waking up in som…

User : Archaeon
overall : 7 story : 7 animation : 7 sound : 8 character : 7 enjoyment : 7
Review : Sometimes anime studios manage to confuse me, not because of anything they do, but because of what they don’t do. Take Angel Beats as an example. Any fan of certain Key visual novels (or their KyoAni adaptations), will undoubtedly be familiar with the work of Maeda Jun, whose inimitable style, approach, and methodology to storytelling is clearly on display in Angel Beats, and on the surface this may actually seem like a good thing. Given the whole concept of a high school purgatory one would think there was enormous scope for the tale, and in some aspects the story is delivered very well. The only problem isthat as a viewer, I’m kind of getting bored of watching the same thing over and over again.

Here’s what I mean. Angel Beats takes the idea of purgatory (to those of you who don’t know that word, google it), and places it firmly in a high school setting, something which is familiar territory to Maeda, and while the plot actually works fairly well within that setting, there isn’t act…

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