kabaneri of the iron fortress

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Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
甲鉄城のカバネリ
(Kōtetsujō no Kabaneri)
Genre
  • Dark fantasy[1][2]
  • Post-apocalyptic[3]
  • Steampunk[3][1]
Anime television series
Directed byTetsurō Araki
Produced by
  • Yuka Okayasu
  • Yōhei Shintaku
Written byIchirō Ōkouchi
Music byHiroyuki Sawano
StudioWit Studio
Licensed by
Original networkFuji TV (Noitamina)
Original run April 8, năm nhâm thìn June 30, 2016
Episodes12 (List of episodes)
Manga
Illustrated byShirō Yoshida
Published byMag Garden
MagazineMonthly Comic Garden
DemographicShōnen
Original runMay 2, 2016November 5, 2018
Volumes4
Anime film
  • Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress - Part 1: Gathering Light
  • Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress - Part 2: Burning Life
Directed byTetsurō Araki
Written byIchirō Ōkouchi
Music byHiroyuki Sawano
StudioWit Studio
Released
  • December 31, năm nhâm thìn (part 1)
  • January 7, 2017 (part 2)
Runtime107 minutes (part 1)[4]
104 minutes (part 2)[5]
Game
Kōtetsujō no Kabaneri -Ran- Hajimaru Michiato
DeveloperTriFort, Inc.
PublisherDMM Games
Directed byJunpei Kasaoka
Music by
  • Hiroyuki Sawano
  • Kohta Yamamoto
PlatformAndroid, iOS
ReleasedDecember 19, 2018
Anime film
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato
Directed byTetsurō Araki
Produced by
  • Yuka Okayasu
  • Wataru Hashimoto
Written by
  • Ichirō Ōkouchi[a]
  • Tetsurō Araki[b]
Music byHiroyuki Sawano
StudioWit Studio
Licensed byNetflix
ReleasedMay 10, 2019
Runtime67 minutes[c]
icon Anime and manga portal

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress (Japanese: 甲鉄城のカバネリ, Hepburn: Kōtetsujō no Kabaneri) is a Japanese anime television series by Wit Studio. It was broadcast for 12 episodes on Fuji TV's Noitamina programming block from April to tướng June năm nhâm thìn. The series was streamed on Amazon Prime Instant Video service. Two compilation films premiered in Japanese theaters in December năm nhâm thìn and January 2017. Crunchyroll and Funimation co-released the anime on Blu-ray and DVD in the United States; Crunchyroll also acquired the merchandise rights.

An anime theatrical film that is mix six months after the anime series, titled Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato premiered in May 2019. A Netflix version was released as a three-part series in 2019.

Plot[edit]

A mysterious virus appears during the Industrial Revolution that transforms infected humans into Kabane (かばね, "corpses") and rapidly spreads. Kabane are aggressive, undead creatures that cannot be defeated unless the glowing golden heart, which is protected by a layer of iron, is pierced, or an important body toàn thân part (such as the head) is completely severed. Unfortunately, most melee weapons and the steam-pressure guns used by the bushi (武士, "warriors") are not very effective against them.

On the island country Hinomoto (日ノ本), people have built fortress-like "stations" to tướng shelter themselves from these creatures. People access the stations and transport wares between them with the help of fortified steam locomotives (駿城, hayajirō). One day, a hayajirō hijacked by the kabane crashes into Aragane Station and they overrun the thành phố. A young engineer called Ikoma uses the opportunity to tướng test with success his anti-kabane weapon, the "piercing gun" (ツラヌキ筒, tsuranuki zutsu), but is infected in the process, although he manages to tướng resist the virus and become a Kabaneri (かばね人), a human-kabane hybrid. Assisted by Mūmei (無名, "Nameless"), another Kabaneri who appears to tướng help them, Ikoma and the other survivors of the station board a hayajirō named Kōtetsujō (甲鉄城, "Iron Fortress") and depart to tướng seek shelter elsewhere, fighting the hordes of kabane along the way.

Characters[edit]

Ikoma (生駒)
Voiced by: Tasuku Hatanaka (Japanese); Robbie Daymond (English)[6][7]
A young man who makes a living as a steamsmith at Aragane Station. He and his good friend Takumi developed a bolt gun–like weapon called a piercing gun in order to tướng defeat the Kabane. He is very intelligent and a great craftsman, even going as far as to tướng invent and create a piercing gun with enough strength to tướng break the metal cage around a Kabane's heart. When Aragane Station is invaded by Kabane, Ikoma is able to tướng successfully test his piercing gun, killing a Kabane with the bullet and destroying the metal cage protecting its heart, but is unfortunately bitten in the process. He is able to tướng prevent the virus from reaching his brain by blocking his carotid arteries, transforming him into a human/Kabane hybrid, a Kabaneri. After becoming a Kabaneri, his fighting prowess increases. He gains incredible strength and endurance, even shrugging off gunfire and being bitten by Kabane multiple times. Ikoma and Mumei often fight alongside each other against many Kabane and work exceedingly well as a duo. Ikoma makes a promise to tướng Mumei to tướng someday turn her back into a human as he failed to tướng bởi ví in his childhood for his sister. Ikoma is the male protagonist of the Kabaneri series.
Mumei (無名, lit.'No name')
Voiced by: Sayaka Senbongi (Japanese); Janice Kawaye (English)[6][7]
A mysterious and anonymous[8] girl who boards the hayajiro Kotetsujo and appears at Aragane Station. She is revealed to tướng be a Kabaneri as well as a very strong and agile fighter, capable of killing dozens of Kabane with ease. She became a Kabaneri through a surgical operation as the result of her brainwashing by Biba, making her believe unless she became stronger, she would also over up lượt thích her mother. Constant fighting can leave her sleepy and lượt thích Ikoma, she requires blood to tướng stop herself from attacking other people. Her birth name is Hozumi (穂積) and she was named Mumei by Biba when he "saved" her as a child. She and Ikoma often fight Kabane together and make a great duo. She treasures Ikoma's promise to tướng one day turn her back into a human, and over the course of the series, Mumei develops feelings for him. Mumei is the female protagonist of the Kabaneri series.
Ayame Yomogawa (四方川 菖蒲, Yomogawa Ayame)[9]
Voiced by: Maaya Uchida (Japanese); Veronica Taylor (English)[6][10]
The eldest daughter of the Yomogawa family, which governs Aragane Station. After her father is infected, she becomes the leader of the Aragane survivors. Despite her noble status, she's reasonable and understanding, even offering her blood to tướng the Kabaneri. She is also an expert Archer using a steam powered bow. Ayame seems to tướng have feelings for Kurusu, her bodyguard and friend who is around her age. She occasionally practices kendo with him, and Kurusu frequently blushes around her.
Kurusu (来栖)
Voiced by: Toshiki Masuda (Japanese); Jamieson Price (English)[6][11]
A young Bushi who serves the Yomogawa family as Ayame's personal bodyguard. Among Bushi his skill with a sword is considerable. He is usually somber and honest, and he maintains his honor as a Bushi. Despite initially resenting Ikoma, he eventually recognizes the Kabaneri's usefulness and also starts to tướng respect him. He is later given a reinforced katana that can pierce a Kabane's heart with ease. Kurusu seems to tướng have feelings for Lady Ayame, as he frequently blushes around her.
Takumi (逞生)
Voiced by: Yūki Kaji (Japanese); Ben Diskin (English)[6][10]
Ikoma's best friend and fellow steam smith, who helped him develop his piercing gun. Towards the over of the series, he is killed by Biba while protecting Ikoma.
Kajika ()
Voiced by: Kanae Oki (Japanese); Colleen O'Shaughnessey (English)[6][11]
Ikoma and Takumi's friend and fellow steam smith. A friendly and warm-hearted girl takes care of the children that lost their families to tướng the Kabane.
Yukina (侑那)
Voiced by: Mariya Ise (Japanese); Abby Trott (English)[6][11]
A crew thành viên of the Kotetsujo. A stoic and taciturn girl who, despite being only an apprentice, becomes the Kotetsujo's engineer and driver out of necessity. She might have feelings for Sukari, which are implied in The Battle of Unato film.
Sukari (巣刈)
Voiced by: Ryōta Ōsaka (Japanese); Tom Gibis (English)[6]
A steam smith who lives at Aragane Station. Despite his aloof personality, he's a good mechanic and a decent fighter. He might have feelings for Yukina, which are implied in The Battle of Unato film.
Kibito (吉備土)
Voiced by: Kensuke Satou (Japanese); Kyle Hebert (English)[6][11]
A Bushi who serves the Yomogawa family. Unlike other Bushis, he's reasonable and even friendly to tướng the Kabaneri. He and his fellow Bushi are later given reinforced bullets that can penetrate the Kabane more easily. He is also good friends with Kurusu.
Suzuki (鈴木)
Voiced by: Maxwell Powers (Japanese); Elijah Ungvary (English)[11]
The train's chief mechanic who has hair lượt thích a 17th-century wig and speaks with English phrases. Also serves as the narrator for the series' episode previews.
Biba Amatori (天鳥 美馬, Amatori Biba)
Voiced by: Mamoru Miyano (Japanese); Roger Craig Smith (English)[6][11]
The Leader of the Hunters (狩方衆, Karikatashū) and the eldest son of the shōgun. Charismatic, ruthless and manipulative, he inducted Mumei in his philosophy of strength superiority, where the weak don't deserve to tướng live and should not even have the will to tướng. He greatly resents his father for abandoning him and the 400,000 men he sent to tướng fight on the front lines by essentially starving them of supplies. This made him develop his philosophy, making his purpose from that point to tướng kill his father and show him how weak his fear made him. To bởi that he intends to tướng destroy the Kongokaku (the shōgun's stronghold) using artificially created Kabaneri, and the xanh lơ blood he developed, making artificial hybrid colonies when injected with huge destructive power.
Horobi (滅火)
Voiced by: Aya Endō (Japanese); Cissy Jones (English)
A Kabaneri thành viên of the Hunters. She is turned into a Black Fog (黒煙, Kuro Keburi) by Biba in order to tướng destroy the Iwato Station, only for the virus to tướng go out of control and mutate her even more. She only stops at the sight of Biba at which point he callously murders her.
Uryuu (瓜生)
Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese); Chris Niosi (English)[12]
The Captain of the Hunters, who serves under Biba Amatori.
Kageyuki (影雪)
Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki (Japanese); Kyle McCarley (English)[13][14]
The erstwhile Lord of Unato Station. Five years before the Battle of Unato, he shared a close and loving relationship with his daughter, Miyuki. However, when the station is attacked by the Kabane, he is infected with the virus, but he becomes a Kabaneri instead of a full-fledged Kabane. He is surrounded by soldiers threatening to tướng shoot him; he asks his friend, Unmo, whether he is a man or a Kabane. Miyuki tries to tướng stop the soldiers from shooting her father, only to tướng be mistakenly killed. A devastated and enraged Kageyuki goes on a rampage and brutally murders the soldiers in the room. Unmo escapes, but Kageyuki bites his daughter's corpse, wanting her to tướng come back by any means necessary, turning her into a Nue. The Nue forms a nest around the Unato Castle, keeping Unato trapped in a perennial battle against the Kabane.

Media[edit]

Anime[edit]

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress was directed by Tetsurō Araki and written by Ichirō Ōkouchi,[15] with music by Hiroyuki Sawano and original character designs by Haruhiko Mikimoto. The series was broadcast on Fuji TV's Noitamina block from April 8 to tướng June 30, năm nhâm thìn, with a total of 12 episodes.[16] A prologue for the anime premiered for a week in theaters across nhật bản starting March 18, năm nhâm thìn.[6][17] Amazon streamed the series on their Amazon Prime Instant Video service.[18] Two compilation films premiered in Japanese theaters on December 31, năm nhâm thìn, and January 7, 2017.[19] Crunchyroll and Funimation co-released the anime on Blu-ray and DVD in the United States; Crunchyroll also acquired the merchandise rights.[20][21]

An anime theatrical film that is mix six months after the anime series, titled Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato (甲鉄城のカバネリ 〜海門決戦〜, Kōtetsujō no Kabaneri: Unato Kessen), premiered on May 10, 2019.[22][13] A Netflix version was released as a three-part series in 2019.[23]

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Films[edit]

Three feature length anime theatrical films were released between năm nhâm thìn and 2019. The first two films, which are recaps of the first and second halves of the TV series, premiered in Japanese theaters on December 31, năm nhâm thìn, and January 7, 2017. The third film, titled Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato, takes place six months after the events of the TV series and revolves around the Battle of Unato. It premiered on May 10, 2019.[24] The Battle of Unato was streamed internationally on September 13, 2019, as a Netflix original consisting of three episodes.[25][26]

Other[edit]

A manga adaptation, illustrated by Shirō Yoshida, was serialized in Mag Garden's Monthly Comic Garden magazine from May 2, năm nhâm thìn, to tướng November 5, 2018.[27] Mag Garden released four tankōbon volumes from December 10, năm nhâm thìn, and December 10, 2018.[28][29]

A mobile game developed by TriFort, Inc. and published by DMM Games titled Kōtetsujō no Kabaneri -Ran- Hajimaru Michiato (甲鉄城のカバネリ -乱-, lit. "Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress -Revolt- Beginning Tracks") was released on December 19, 2018, for Android and iOS, featuring an animated opening sequence by Wit Studio.[30][31]

Music[edit]

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress Original Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by

Hiroyuki Sawano

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ReleasedMay 18, 2016
GenreSoundtrack
Length1:17:45
LabelAniplex
Producer
  • Hiroyuki Sawano
  • Yasushi Horiguchi (co-producer)
Hiroyuki Sawano soundtrack albums chronology
Seraph of the End: Battle in Nagoya Original Soundtrack
(2016)
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress Original Soundtrack
(2016)
Thunderbolt Fantasy Touriken Yuuki: Original Soundtrack
(2016)
Singles from Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: Original Soundtrack
  1. "KABANERIOFTHEIRONFORTRESS"
    Released: October 8, 2016
  2. "Warcry"
    Released: October 8, 2016

The soundtrack was composed by Hiroyuki Sawano and was released by Aniplex on May 18, năm nhâm thìn.[32] The opening theme is "Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress" by Egoist and the ending theme is "ninelie" by Aimer with chelly. For episode 11, the ending theme is "Through My Blood <AM>" by Aimer.[33]

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Hiroyuki Sawano.

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress Original Soundtrack
No.TitleLyricsVocalsLength
1."KABANERIOFTHEIRONFORTRESS"cAnON.Eliana5:18
2."Warcry"
  • Benjamin
  • mpi
mpi4:14
3."KGK"  5:23
4."JAnoPAN" mpi4:35
5."Through My Blood"cAnON.Mika Kobayashi4:14
6."noname"  4:39
7."88城"  4:35
8."VIVALABIBA"  4:00
9."ComeBack音"  7:15
10."Next of Kin"
  • Benjamin
  • mpi
Benjamin3:27
11."araganeekiNo@8女"  4:38
12."克JOU気MACHINE甲"  6:57
13."Grenzlinie" ("Borderline")RieCyua4:56
14."Ktetsu上-abdli"  3:38
15."1coma" Mika Kobayashi5:33
16."icon"cAnON.Eliana4:23
Total length:1:17:45

Reception[edit]

The series won the năm nhâm thìn Newtype Anime Awards for Best TV Anime, Best Soundtrack, Best Character Design, Best Screenplay and Best Studio.[34]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Series Composition (シリーズ構成)
  2. ^ Screenplay (脚本)
  3. ^ According to tướng the home page Clip release of the film, it is 67 minutes in length. Netflix's three-part release includes both opening and ending credits for every "part", which extends its runtime to tướng 83 minutes.

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External links[edit]

  • Official website (in Japanese)
  • Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia