Akame Ga Kill!

Akame Ga Kill Cover


Adult Swim (Toonami)

Broadcast Run

Aug. 8, 2015[1] - Feb. 20, 2016


24 (List of Episodes)

Akame Ga Kill! (literally meaning "Red-Eye Kill!") is a Japanese anime series based on the manga series of the same name written by Takahiro and illustrated by Tetsuya Tashiro. The anime adaptation of the manga was announced in January 2014 and was directed by Tomoki Kobayashi and written by Makoto Uezu. The series adapts the first eight volumes of the manga series as well as parts of the tenth and eleventh volumes, while the last five episodes consist of a self-contained story arc. The music used in the series was composed by Taku Iwasaki. The series premiered on the Tokyo Metropolitan Television, Mainichi Broadcasting System and Nippon BS Broadcasting television stations on July 6, 2014.[2] The series has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks in North America.[3] The series' English dub premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami block on August 8, 2015, replacing Kill la Kill.[1][4] The series completed its run on February 20, 2016. The series was rated TV-MA on Adult Swim.


The story focuses on Tatsumi, a young villager who travels to the Capital to raise money for his home only to discover a strong corruption in the area. The assassin group Night Raid recruits the young man to help them in their fight against the Empire to end its corruption.


Night RaidEdit

The main protagonists, Night Raid is a team of assassins assembled to assist the Revolutionary Army's efforts to overthrow the corrupt Prime Minister Honest and restore peace and order to the Empire.

Tatsumi — Tatsumi is the main protagonist of Akame Ga Kill!. A young fighter who had set out along with two childhood friends to make a name for himself and earn money for his village, Tatsumi is a kindhearted person who wants everyone to live happily, but has no problem with becoming violent if his friends or his ideals are threatened. After learning of the corruption and evil of The Empire and witnessing the deaths of his friends, Tatsumi was invited to join Night Raid, a group of assassins that are affiliated with the Revolutionary Army currently at war with the Empire.

Akame — Akame, also known as Akame of the Demon Sword Murasame, is one of the members of the assassination group, Night Raid and one of the main protagonists, along with Tatsumi. Akame appears to be a very serious and coldhearted person which stems from her hellish training that the Empire forced her and her sister through, but it is eventually revealed that she is just socially awkward. She cares about her comrades very much and she is always worried that one of them may not make it out alive. Akame is usually in charge of cooking the base's meals.

Leone — Leone is one of the older members of the assassination group Night Raid. She excels at gathering information and exercising calm judgment when necessary. Leone is often the one who's seen confirming the validity of the targets in which Night Raid is assigned to assassinate. She has a very relaxed, upbeat, and cheerful personality, and tends to display a lack of ladylike manners, often seen shoving Tatsumi into her breasts, putting her feet on the table, or consuming large amounts of sake. She serves as a sort of big sister figure to Tatsumi and younger members in Night Raid, often referring to herself as "onee-san" ("Older Sister").

Mine — Mine is a self pro-claimed "Genius Sniper", as well as being a sharp-tongued and quick-witted member of the assassin's group, Night Raid. She is often quick to anger, and easily irritated with those that she does not know well. She has a tendency to tease Tatsumi, due to him being the newest member. Despite her cold exterior, she has shown to be warm and kind to those she has opened up to.

Sheele — Sheele is a member of the assassins' group Night Raid and the user of the Teigu Extase. She is an airhead, often losing her glasses or failing at any chores she attempts due to clumsiness, however she is very kind and caring to her friends, willing to sacrifice her life for them. However, her attitude changes completely when she kills, becoming cold and impassive; she describes it as having "a screw loose" in her mind, which makes her a talented killer. She believes that getting rid of the "society's trash" is the only thing she can do well, and therefore cannot be considered useless.

Bulat — Bulat, also known as 100 Man-Slayer Bulat, is a member of the assassin's group, Night Raid. He has a calm, kind personality; although he refers to himself as passionate and hot-blooded, he never actually loses his cool in battle. He is among the most compassionate members of the Night Raid and teaches Tatsumi to embrace these emotions but not to let them consume him.

Lubbock — Lubbock is a member of the assassin group Night Raid. In The Empire's Capital, his cover is as an owner of a bookstore. Lubbock is an easy going person who tends to be a pervert from time to time, including trying to peep on Leone while bathing. Despite this, he is careful not to let this get in the way of battle when fighting females. His playful and optimistic nature shows even during fights, and he often teases his enemies and brags about his abilities. However he is not too arrogant as he is always ready to flee if he has too much of a disadvantage in battle.

Najenda — Najenda is the head of the assassin group Night Raid. Najenda is taciturn, sharp-minded and level-headed, she leads the group with a surprisingly gentle, but firm air. Her years of experience serving in the Empire as a general have made her a highly capable leader. Najenda is sometimes mistaken as a man due to her boyish appearance, even sometimes being nicknamed 'The Hunk of the Rebellion" by her cohorts. She tends to have a habit of telling "cold jokes" and making bad puns.

Voice CastEdit

CharacterEnglish Voice ActorJapanese Voice Actor
Tatsumi Corey Hartzog Sōma Saitō
Akame Molly Searcy Sora Amamiya
Leone Allison Keith Yū Asakawa
Mine Christina Kelly Yukari Tamura
Sheele Jessica Boone Mamiko Noto
Bulat David Wald Katsuyuki Konishi
Lubbock Tyler Galindo Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
Najenda Shelley Calene-Black Risa Mizuno
Daidara Christopher Ayres Anri Katsu
Lord Jay Hickman Atsushi Kousaka
Kurome Juliet Simmons Ayaka Ōhashi
Bols John Swasey Eiji Takemoto
Suzuka Carli Mosier Eriko Matsui
Nyau Clint Bickham Hitomi Nabatame
Budo Josh Morrison Hozumi Gōda
Liver John Gremillion Jōji Nakata
Run Christopher Patton Junji Majima
Seryu Ubiquitous Kira Vincent-Davis Kana Hanazawa
Koro Tiffany Grant Risa Mizuno
Aria Brittney Karbowski Kanami Satō
Chelsea Emily Neves Kaori Nazuka
Dr. Stylish Jay Hickman Ken Narita
Shoi Luis Galindo Kento Fujinuma
Honest Marty Fleck Kōji Ishii
Bolic Mark Mendelsohn Masami Iwasaki
Gozuki Aaron Echegaray Rintarō Nishi
Syura Adam Noble Ryōhei Kimura
Esdeath Christine Auten Satomi Akesaka
Headhunter Zanku Rob Mungle Satoshi Tsuruoka
Iokal Joel McCray
Assistant Instructor Charlie Campbell Keiichi Kuwabara
Susanoo Ty Mahany Shintarō Asanuma
Emperor Shannon Emerick Yō Taichi
First Emperor Carl Masterson Riki Kagami
Wave David Matranga Yoshimasa Hosoya
Mez Maggie Flecknoe Aina Suzuki
Ears Krystal LaPorte Ayaka Imamura
Young Esdeath Kalin Coates Satomi Akesaka
Esdeath's Father Alec Franco Daichi Endō
Eyes Charlie Campbell Eiji Takeuchi
Aria's Father Carl Masterson Haruo Yamagishi
Gebaze James Belcher Kanehira Yamamoto
Shuten Wendel Calvert Kenji Nomura
Kaku Mark X. Laskowski Kento Fujinuma
Henter Kyle Colby Jones
Rokugo Adam Noble Kento Fujinuma
Kije Maggie Flecknoe
Rogue Tiffany Grant Konomi Tada
Horimaca Kyle Colby Jones Kouhei Sugasawa
Ieyasu Patrick Poole Kōji Takahashi
Sayo Margaret McDonald Mikako Komatsu
Aria's Mother Allison Sumrall Natsuo Nakamura
Informant Christina Stroup Rika Mayama
Gaurry Mike Vance Ryōta Akazawa
Ibara Andrew Love Satoshi Hino
Trauma Rob Mungle Shinya Hamazoe
Toby Patrick Poole Shinya Takahashi
Gamal Kyle Colby Jones
Ogre George Manley Tsuyoshi Koyama
Nose Kyle Colby Jones Yūki Ishikari
Numa Seika Shannon Reed Yūki Ishikari
Spear Kim Prause Yurika Aizawa
Chori James Belcher Takehiro Hasu
Narrator Eric Chase Tetsuo Gotō
Bill Christopher Ayres Yōji Ueda
Young Chelsea Kalin Coates Kaori Nazuka



Color Season Episodes Toonami Premiere Toonami Finale
1 24 August 8, 2015 February 20, 2016

The series was collected on eight DVD and Blu-ray volumes from October 15, 2014 to May 20, 2015.

Broadcast HistoryEdit

The series was broadcast in Japan on Tokyo MX, MBS and BS11 television stations from July 6, 2014 to December 14, 2014.[2] In North America, Crunchyroll streamed the series with English subtitles.[5] The series' English dub aired on Adult Swim's Toonami block from August 8, 2015[1] to February 20, 2016.

  • Japan (Tokyo MX, MBS, BS11, AT-X) — July 7, 2014[2] - December 14, 2014
  • United States (Adult Swim) — August 8, 2015[1] - February 20, 2016

Toonami MarathonsEdit

Akame Ga Kill! only had one marathon appearance during its run on Toonami, the Akame Ga Kill! Marathon.

External LinksEdit


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "Akame ga KILL! 8/8 ". August 3, 2015. Retrieved on August 14, 2015. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Akame ga Kill! TV Anime's Supporting Cast, Staff Unveiled ". Anime News Network. May 20, 2014. Retrieved on May 30, 2015. 
  3. "Sentai Filmworks Licenses Chaika - The Coffin Princess, 7 Summer Titles ". Anime News Network. July 4, 2014. Retrieved on May 30, 2015. 
  4. "Akame ga KILL! Anime Premieres Tonight on Toonami ". Anime News Network. August 8, 2015. Retrieved on August 14, 2015. 
  5. "Crunchyroll Adds Akame ga Kill, DRAMAtical Murder, Blue Spring Ride TV Anime ". Anime News Network. July 5, 2014. Retrieved on June 3, 2015. 
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