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Angel Beats Wiki
Wiki founding: April 24, 2010
Page count: 107
Last checked: May 18, 2018


Genre:
Action Icon - Search.png, Fantasy Icon - Search.png
Tags:
Afterlife Icon - Search.png, School Icon - Search.png, Memory Loss Icon - Search.png
Media:
Anime, Manga, Light Novel, OVA, Guide Book

Angel Beats! (エンジェルビーツ!, Enjeru Bītsu!) is a Japanese franchise, centered on a 13-episode anime television series produced by P.A. Works and Aniplex and directed by Seiji Kishi. The story was originally conceived by Jun Maeda, who also wrote the screenplay, with original character design by Na-Ga; both Maeda and Na-Ga are from the visual novel brand Key known for producing such titles as Kanon, Air, and Clannad. Key is working in collaboration with ASCII Media Works' Dengeki G's Magazine to produce the project. The series began airing in Japan on April 3, 2010. Two manga series and a series of illustrated short stories based on Maeda's original concept are serialized in Dengeki G's Magazine.

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Angel Beats! takes place in the afterlife, and follows the main protagonist Otonashi, a boy who lost his memories of his life after dying. He is enrolled into the afterlife school, which exists as a Purgatory between Heaven and Earth where students learn to give up any lingering attachments they still have from life before finally going to heaven. While the injuries or cause of death is gone, those in the afterlife school still can feel pain or other things as they did when they were alive. Otonashi meets a girl named Yuri who invites him to join the Shinda Sekai Sensen (SSS) (死んだ世界戦線; Literally meaning "Afterlife War Front"), an organization she leads which fights against God. The student council, led by its president, Angel, is in charge of keeping the status quo and the fight against the SSS.

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