Wolf's Rain

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  • TV-14
  • 2003
  • 1 Season
  • 7.9  (8,167)

Wolf's Rain tells the story of a dystopian world where wolves have been believed to be extinct for over 200 years. However, there are four wolves living in disguise as humans who are on a journey to find a mysterious place called Paradise, where it is said that wolves can live in their true form once again. The show takes us through their adventures as they fight to survive the harsh conditions of their surroundings and evade the relentless pursuit of the authorities who are against them.

The show's main character is Kiba, a lone wolf who has been living among humans for years, searching for the entrance to Paradise. He is a strong-willed, determined character who will stop at nothing to achieve his goal, even if it means putting his life on the line. Alongside him are his three comrades, Tsume, a bold and brash wolf who is unwilling to trust anyone, Hige, a laidback wolf who will do anything for food, and Toboe, a young and naïve wolf who is still learning the ways of the world.

As they travel together, the wolves encounter various obstacles on their journey, such as rival wolf packs, hunters, and even their own personal demons. They also cross paths with a group of humans who are also searching for Paradise, led by a mysterious woman named Jagara. This human faction is adamant on preventing the wolves from entering Paradise, seeing them as a threat to their idea of a perfect world.

The voice acting in the show is top-notch, starring Mona Marshall as Kiba, Crispin Freeman as Tsume, Kari Wahlgren as Cher Degré, Johnny Yong Bosch as Hige, Tom Wyner as Quent Yaiden, Joshua Seth as Toboe, Hiroki Shimowada as Blue, Mamoru Miyano as Darcia, Mayumi Asano as Jaguara, Sherry Lynn as Cheza, and Mitsuru Miyamoto as Hubb Lebowski. Each character is given a distinct voice and personality, making them all easy to distinguish and memorable.

The animation in Wolf's Rain is also a highlight of the show. The backgrounds are beautifully detailed, and the action scenes are well choreographed and exciting to watch. The character designs are unique, with the wolves having a distinct look and appearance that separates them from the human characters.

Throughout the show, Wolf's Rain explores themes such as loyalty, friendship, and the search for meaning and purpose in life. These themes are woven into the storyline seamlessly, allowing for a deeper and more meaningful viewing experience.

Overall, Wolf's Rain is a must-watch for any fan of action-adventure, fantasy, or sci-fi. The show is well-paced, well-acted, and visually stunning. Its meaningful storytelling and complex characters make it stand out among other anime series. So, if you're a fan of wolves, dystopian worlds, or just great storytelling, then give Wolf's Rain a chance. You won't be disappointed.

Wolf's Rain is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (31 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2003.

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Wolf's Rain
30. Wolf's Rain
October 16, 2004
The wolves have finally reached the door to Paradise, but something is afoot.
High Tide, High Time
29. High Tide, High Time
October 9, 2004
They continue their ascent of the mountain whose summit hold's the doors to Paradise.
Gunshot of Remorse
28. Gunshot of Remorse
October 2, 2004
Quent awakens from his previous head trauma, and is surprised to see the wolves.
Where the Soul Goes
27. Where the Soul Goes
September 25, 2004
The world has begun an unstable rebirth cycle and Kiba and Cheza must reach Paradise before it's too late.
Moonlight Crucible
26. Moonlight Crucible
September 18, 2004
Two hundred years have passed since the day of destruction caused by Darcia the First.
False Memories
25. False Memories
September 11, 2004
Tsume is attempting to get out of his cell as Hubb wakes up.
Scent of a Trap
24. Scent of a Trap
September 4, 2004
Hige collapses in pain as two guards approach, but they just confirm that he is number 23 and leave him alone.
Heartbeat of the Black City
23. Heartbeat of the Black City
August 28, 2004
Cher and Blue make it to the Jaguara's city.
Pieces of a Shooting Star
22. Pieces of a Shooting Star
August 21, 2004
Quent is in a transport with other refugees.
Battle's Red Glare
21. Battle's Red Glare
August 14, 2004
The pack runs towards a battle. They watch as Jaguara's men attack, then attack Jaguara's troops.
August 7, 2004
Kiba dreams of Cheza and his friends. He awakens and an owl appears.
A Dream of an Oasis
19. A Dream of an Oasis
July 31, 2004
Kiba tries to rescue Cheza, but fails to make it aboard Darcia's ship.
Men, Wolves, and the Book of the Moon
18. Men, Wolves, and the Book of the Moon
June 2, 2003
The story thus far from from Hubb's point of view.
Scent of a Flower, Blood of a Wolf
17. Scent of a Flower, Blood of a Wolf
May 26, 2003
The story thus far from Hige's point of view.
Dream Journey
16. Dream Journey
May 19, 2003
The story thus far from Toboe's point of view.
Grey Wolf
15. Grey Wolf
May 12, 2003
The story thus far from Tsume's Point of View.
The Fallen Keep
14. The Fallen Keep
July 24, 2004
There's a blizzard, and the wolves want to wait it out.
Men's Lament
13. Men's Lament
July 17, 2004
Hubb barters for a car and enough gas to get to the next town.
Don't Make Me Blue
12. Don't Make Me Blue
July 10, 2004
Darcia brings Cheza back to the castle and finds Neze, his servant, impaled on the door of Hamona's chamber.
Vanishing Point
11. Vanishing Point
July 3, 2004
A seer gives Lord Orkham a prophecy: he will not survive.
Moon's Doom
10. Moon's Doom
June 26, 2004
Cher's soldiers search Cheza and the wolves.
9. Misgivings
June 19, 2004
The town is surrounded by soldiers and the pack needs to quickly find an escape route before it's too late.
Song of Sleep
8. Song of Sleep
June 12, 2004
The Investigation team continues to look for the Flower Maiden and the wolves.
The Flower Maiden
7. The Flower Maiden
June 5, 2004
The pack uses a tunnel to leave the rotten city and head to the direction of Paradise.
The Successors
6. The Successors
May 29, 2004
A cocky attitude and an impudent comment made by Kiba to the older wolves start a fight, and Kiba gets badly injured.
Fallen Wolves
5. Fallen Wolves
May 22, 2004
As the pack moves forward in the search for Paradise, they find a road that leads to a city in the middle of the ocean, and they become excited, thinking they have found Paradise!
Scars in the Wasteland
4. Scars in the Wasteland
May 15, 2004
The four wolves safely escape from the city and begin their journey to Paradise.
Bad Fellow
3. Bad Fellow
May 8, 2004
Cheza, the Flower Maiden, is taken away by a mysterious figure called Darcia, and with her; he vanishes into a bright light in front of Kiba and Hige.
Toboe, Who Doesn't Howl
2. Toboe, Who Doesn't Howl
May 1, 2004
A young wolf named Toboe struggles to find food in the city.
City of Howls
1. City of Howls
April 24, 2004
Kiba, a wolf who has great pride in his true form as a wolf, is on a journey to find Paradise.
Where to Watch Wolf's Rain
Wolf's Rain is available for streaming on the Cartoon Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Wolf's Rain on demand at Amazon Prime, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 2003
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (8,167)