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  • TV-MA
  • 2011
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.3  (1,453)

Gosick is a captivating anime series produced by Kadokawa Pictures Inc in 2011. The show revolves around the story of Kazuya Kujo, a Japanese exchange student studying at the prestigious Saint Marguerite Academy in the fictional country of Saubure. Set in the backdrop of the 1920s, Saubure is a country known for its rich history, culture and the invention of steam engines. However, it is also notorious for its scandalous past and politically motivated conspiracies. Kazuya's life takes an unexpected turn when he meets his classmate, Victorique de Blois, a young girl with an unpredictable and eccentric personality, who is also a well-respected detective in the country.

Victorique is known for her sharp intellect and quick thinking, allowing her to solve complicated cases that even the police and professionals find impossible. Despite her mysterious past and her secluded life, Kazuya soon becomes Victorique's assistant and confidante as he delves deeper into the mysteries of the country.

Throughout the plot, the show follows Kazuya and Victorique as they confront various murders and crimes that threaten the stability of Saubure's society. As the duo investigates crimes, they use their intellect and Victorique's extensive knowledge of history to solve the cases, taking viewers on an enthralling journey full of suspense and intellectual adventure.

As the show progresses, Kazuya and Victorique's relationship further develops, and their pasts and secrets are revealed, drawing the audience into their complicated and often heartbreaking lives.

The animation style of Gosick is exquisite, and the setting is beautifully rendered, capturing the essence of the 1920s. The characters' animation is incredibly detailed and intricate, showcasing the unique nuances of each character and their emotions. The music is also remarkable, with symphonic pieces that complement the suspenseful nature of the show.

The supporting characters in the show also have their own complex personalities and motives. The various characters in the show provide additional layers to the narrative and give an excellent insight into Saubure's society.

Gosick's plot is well-written, with a well-balanced blend of mystery, suspense, and romance. The show's pacing is perfect, with each episode ending with a cliffhanger that leaves the viewers anxious for the next one. Gosick also has its humorous moments, often provided by Victorique's histrionics and Kazuya's naïve behavior, brightening the mood of the show.

One of the significant themes of the story is the idea of perception, where what one sees is not always what one perceives. The show beautifully portrays how people's behavior is often influenced by their past experiences and how it affects their present choices.

In summary, Gosick is an incredible anime series that promises to keep viewers on the edge of their seats from beginning to end. The show's incredible animation, soundtracks, and characters make it a must-watch for anyone who loves the mystery/adventure genre. With its unique storyline and engaging characters, Gosick is an exciting and intellectual journey that will leave the viewers spellbound.

Gosick is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (36 episodes). The series first aired on January 7, 2011.

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Eternity is Seen Over the Reaper's Shoulder
12. Eternity is Seen Over the Reaper's Shoulder
July 1, 2011
With the help of Brian Roscoe, Victorique evades her pursuers and escapes Saubure. As war breaks out, Kujo joins the Japanese army. Letter after letter, he writes to Victorique. Will they be reunited in the end?
Checkmate is Called on a Gray Chess Board
11. Checkmate is Called on a Gray Chess Board
June 24, 2011
After exposing the Minister of Science and his secret plans, the Marquis rises to power and pushes Saubure toward a military alliance with Germany. But Victorique's mother, Cordelia, has other plans.
A Christmas Carol Hangs Happiness by the Window
10. A Christmas Carol Hangs Happiness by the Window
June 17, 2011
After Kujo receives a Christmas gift from Victorique, soldiers seize him—intent on removing him, along with all foreigners, from the country under the king's orders. When Kujo escapes, is it only to flee into the clutches of a more devious faction?
The Holy Night Bell Drives the Hour Onward
9. The Holy Night Bell Drives the Hour Onward
June 10, 2011
Armed with knowledge gained from Nicole Lulu's grave and watching the play from a box seat, Victorique reveals how the Queen's death was executed and covered up. But does Victorique know more than she tells Grevil?
Guided by the Phantom of the Phantom
8. Guided by the Phantom of the Phantom
June 3, 2011
As Victorique is escorted into a room below the theater filled with old articles and clippings, the Marquis demands she solve the unsolved murder of Coco Rose, the Queen. Kujo aids her by independently rounding up clues around a missing dancer.
The Rosy Life is Buried Under a New Snow
7. The Rosy Life is Buried Under a New Snow
May 27, 2011
The Marquis arranges for a performance of the Blue Rose of Saubreme to draw out Cordelia. While Cordelia recollects her past, Victorique is summoned by the Marquis to solve the unsolved mystery behind Coco Rose, the Queen of Saubure.
The Obsidian Train Carries Numerous Lies
6. The Obsidian Train Carries Numerous Lies
May 20, 2011
Victorique and Kujo find themselves in the middle of a bloody feud between the Ministry of the Occult and the Royal Science Academy of Saubure. In a train headed toward disaster, how will the friends save themselves and everyone aboard?
The Box Rests in the Spiral Labyrinth
5. The Box Rests in the Spiral Labyrinth
May 13, 2011
Two people are murdered in the midst of an illusionist performance. Cordelia, Victorique's mother, gives Kujo a keepsake and a riddle for her daughter to solve. And Kujo confronts the Marquis, Victorique's father.
The Fly-Headed Mary Caused the Fall
4. The Fly-Headed Mary Caused the Fall
May 6, 2011
Kujo is shocked to discover that the Marquis has moved his daughter, Victorique, to a convent in Lithuania. With the inspector's assistance, Kujo travels there to rescue her when he learns of an unusual performance and a bigger political plot.
The Two Monsters Form a Bond
3. The Two Monsters Form a Bond
April 29, 2011
Kujo has an unsettling encounter with an associate of Victorique's mother. Later, Victorique ushers everyone inside the tower to unravel the murders and mystery of the missing alchemist.
The Ill-Tempered Frill Condemns the Farting Newt
2. The Ill-Tempered Frill Condemns the Farting Newt
April 22, 2011
Ms. Cecil coaxes Victorique into the classroom to meet her peers where she has an altercation with Avril. Together—but not without friction—Victorique, Avril, and Kujo dive deeper into the mystery of the deaths in the alchemist's tower.
The Fool Names His Own Spokesman
1. The Fool Names His Own Spokesman
April 15, 2011
Avril leads Kujo into a forbidden clock tower and tells him the ghost story of the alchemist who is said to haunt it. Later, Kujo follows a stranger into the clock tower and witnesses his mysterious death.
Where to Watch Gosick
Gosick is available for streaming on the Kadokawa Pictures Inc. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Gosick on demand at Amazon Prime, Google Play, Apple TV and Crunchyroll.
  • Premiere Date
    January 7, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (1,453)