Sword Gai: The Animation

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  • TV-MA
  • 2018
  • 2 Seasons
  • 5.8  (1,006)

Sword Gai: The Animation is a Japanese animated series that was released on Netflix in 2018. The show is based on a manga series written by Toshiki Inoue, which was illustrated by Keita Amemiya and Wosamu Kine. The series was directed by Tomohito Naka and Takahiro Ikezoe and produced by Production I.G. The show is set in a world where humans live alongside demonic entities called Aragami. These creatures possess supernatural powers and can only be defeated by weapons called "Kiba". The story follows a young blacksmith named Gai who creates a sword that becomes possessed by an Aragami. In order to prevent the Aragami from taking over his body, Gai has to join a group of Kiba wielders who protect humanity from the threat of Aragami. The main character of the show is Gai Ogata, a young blacksmith who has the ability to create Kiba. Gai is a quiet, stoic character who is haunted by his past. He is determined to prevent his sword from falling into the hands of those who would use it for evil purposes. Gai is joined by a group of Kiba wielders, each of whom has their own unique personality and story. The most prominent of these characters is a young man named Seiya Ichijō, who is voiced by Zach Aguilar. Seiya is the son of a legendary Kiba wielder, and he is determined to live up to his father's reputation. Seiya is hot-headed and impulsive, often putting himself and his fellow Kiba wielders in danger with his reckless behavior. Another important character in the show is a woman named Sayaka Ogata, who is voiced by Erica Lindbeck. Sayaka is Gai's adopted sister and the manager of his workshop. She is fiercely loyal to Gai and is willing to do anything to protect him. The final member of the group is a man named Naoki Miki, who is voiced by Patrick Seitz. Naoki is a former Kiba wielder who retired after a tragic incident that left him physically and emotionally scarred. Naoki is a reserved, introspective character who is deeply haunted by his past. The show is visually stunning, with detailed character designs and fluid animation. The fight scenes are well choreographed and exciting to watch, with each character demonstrating their unique fighting style. The show's soundtrack is also excellent, with a mix of traditional Japanese music and modern rock. One of the strengths of the show is its exploration of complex themes such as the nature of humanity and the consequences of using power for selfish purposes. The characters are all flawed and struggle with their own demons, which adds depth to the story. Overall, Sword Gai: The Animation is a well-crafted and engaging series that will appeal to fans of action, fantasy, and Japanese animation. The show's rich mythology, fascinating characters, and high production values make it a must-watch for anyone who loves the genre.

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Episode 12
12. Episode 12
 
With the all-powerful Grimms looking on, Gai and Shin face-off in a ferocious battle, wielding their respective Shiryus against one another.
Episode 11
11. Episode 11
 
Gai's awakening unleashes chaos into the world. Busoma Zsoltgewinn in Miura's human form appears before Amon and Kigetsu.
Episode 10
10. Episode 10
 
With his resentment towards Gai intensifying, Shin resolves to devote himself to combating the Busoma as a Chrysalis.
Episode 09
9. Episode 09
 
Shin makes a grim discovery at the hospital where Rie resides. Meanwhile, both Yasuko and Arnys pay a visit to Issei who has left the Shoshidai.
Episode 08
8. Episode 08
 
The true reason for the Shoshidai-sponsored hospitalization of Rie and the others is revealed. Shin and Ogata ask Kuromaru to take them to meet Gai.
Episode 07
7. Episode 07
 
Shoshidai sends three Chrysalises to kill Miura's Zsoltgewinn, but Kyoka begs them to use their prototype vaccine on her father to save him instead.
Episode 06
6. Episode 06
 
Shin undergoes a risky procedure to rid his body of the core alma. Kuromaru takes a liking to Gai after Gai rescues him from attack.
Episode 05
5. Episode 05
 
Under the care of the Gabi, Gai dedicates himself to meditation and receives a new prosthetic arm. A bullied kid seeks help from an unlikely source.
Episode 04
4. Episode 04
 
Himiko, leader of the Gabi, locates the Busoma responsible for her comrade Soin's death. Kagami is ordered to stand down against Marcus' Azoth.
Episode 03
3. Episode 03
 
With a Busoma running rampant outside Shoshidai headquarters, Kagami reawakens three Chrysalises from cold sleep to neutralize the hostile threat.
Episode 02
2. Episode 02
 
Although content with his missions for Shoshidai and relationship with his girlfriend, Marcus senses something is not right after his date with Aya.
Episode 01
1. Episode 01
 
With the long-fought battle with Miura's Zsoltgewinn coming to a dramatic end, Gai must now fulfill a promise he made with Ichijo.
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Sword Gai: The Animation is a Japanese animated series that was released on Netflix in 2018. The show is based on a manga series written by Toshiki Inoue, which was illustrated by Keita Amemiya and Wosamu Kine. The series was directed by Tomohito Naka and Takahiro Ikezoe and produced by Production I.G.

The show is set in a world where humans live alongside demonic entities called Aragami. These creatures possess supernatural powers and can only be defeated by weapons called "Kiba". The story follows a young blacksmith named Gai who creates a sword that becomes possessed by an Aragami. In order to prevent the Aragami from taking over his body, Gai has to join a group of Kiba wielders who protect humanity from the threat of Aragami.

The main character of the show is Gai Ogata, a young blacksmith who has the ability to create Kiba. Gai is a quiet, stoic character who is haunted by his past. He is determined to prevent his sword from falling into the hands of those who would use it for evil purposes.

Gai is joined by a group of Kiba wielders, each of whom has their own unique personality and story. The most prominent of these characters is a young man named Seiya Ichijō, who is voiced by Zach Aguilar. Seiya is the son of a legendary Kiba wielder, and he is determined to live up to his father's reputation. Seiya is hot-headed and impulsive, often putting himself and his fellow Kiba wielders in danger with his reckless behavior.

Another important character in the show is a woman named Sayaka Ogata, who is voiced by Erica Lindbeck. Sayaka is Gai's adopted sister and the manager of his workshop. She is fiercely loyal to Gai and is willing to do anything to protect him.

The final member of the group is a man named Naoki Miki, who is voiced by Patrick Seitz. Naoki is a former Kiba wielder who retired after a tragic incident that left him physically and emotionally scarred. Naoki is a reserved, introspective character who is deeply haunted by his past.

The show is visually stunning, with detailed character designs and fluid animation. The fight scenes are well choreographed and exciting to watch, with each character demonstrating their unique fighting style. The show's soundtrack is also excellent, with a mix of traditional Japanese music and modern rock.

One of the strengths of the show is its exploration of complex themes such as the nature of humanity and the consequences of using power for selfish purposes. The characters are all flawed and struggle with their own demons, which adds depth to the story.

Overall, Sword Gai: The Animation is a well-crafted and engaging series that will appeal to fans of action, fantasy, and Japanese animation. The show's rich mythology, fascinating characters, and high production values make it a must-watch for anyone who loves the genre.

Sword Gai: The Animation is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (24 episodes). The series first aired on March 23, 2018.

Where to Watch Sword Gai: The Animation

Sword Gai: The Animation is available for streaming on the Netflix website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Sword Gai: The Animation on demand at Netflix.

  • Premiere Date
    March 23, 2018
  • IMDB Rating
    5.8  (1,006)