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Boogiepop and Others ist ein Anime des Studios»MADHOUSE Inc.«mit dem Hauptgenre Horror. Beschreibung: Die Kinder erzählen sich gegenseitig eine. Die internationalen Fassungen wurden meist unter dem Titel Boogiepop Phantom veröffentlicht. Boogiepop and Others[. Schaue»BoogiePop and Others«(Boogiepop wa Warawanai) im kostenlosen Online-Stream auf Japanisch mit deutschen Untertiteln bei Anime2You! Ist es Boogiepop oder gar ein größeres Unheil? Ausstrahlungsdatum 4/ 1/ ; Originaltitel BoogiePop and Others; Klassifikation. Takeda Keiji was waiting for his girlfriend and junior in school, Miyashita Touka. But she doesn't show up at the time they agreed on and he can't get a hold of.
Boogiepop And Others | Kadono, Kouhei | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Takeda Keiji was waiting for his girlfriend and junior in school, Miyashita Touka. But she doesn't show up at the time they agreed on and he can't get a hold of. Boogiepop and Others ist ein Anime des Studios»MADHOUSE Inc.«mit dem Hauptgenre Horror. Beschreibung: Die Kinder erzählen sich gegenseitig eine.
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After that, she would go after each girl in order, with Kyouko being last. After stating that she would never take drugs again, Kyouko began crying, desperately asking Kazuko to not tell anyone.
Kazuko did her best to calm her down, then took the girl home. While walking through the streets at night, Kazuko reflected on the girl's account, wondering whether she should call the police, but ultimately deciding not to, as that would get Kyouko's story out, which would result in her being expelled.
Then, under a streetlight, Kazuko looked over her class registry and found Nagi's address, deciding to pay her a visit. Arriving at the address specified, Kazuko was confused for a second, seeing no nameplate with the name 'Kirima', but instead, one bearing the name 'Taniguchi'.
Upon making up her mind, she rang the doorbell, and asked for Nagi. A cheerful Masaki Taniguchi opens the door and invites her in, but informs her that Nagi hadn't arrived yet, so he suggests her to wait inside.
Inside, Masaki offers Kazuko tea, and remarks that he had never met one of Nagi's friends before. Then, he explains his circumstances to her, how he arrived in Japan only six months ago, and how his parents are still abroad.
Soon after, Nagi comes home and invites Kazuko to her room, a room lacking any decoration, filled instead by books and a desk covered by computer screens.
After offering her to sit, Nagi explains that Masaki is not actually related to her, but just a step brother from her mother's second marriage, after her father's death.
When she mentions that her father is the esteemed writer Seiichi Kirima, Kazuko freaks out, being one of his biggest fans.
Nagi continues to explain her family circumstances, how she has been living off her father's plentiful inheritance all this time.
Afterwards, Kazuko asks the question on her mind the entire time: why she saved Kyouko and all of her friends. Nagi, instead of directly responding, relates how, after her parents' divorce, she lived with her father, who worked all the time.
One day, upon coming home from school, she found him bleeding out on the floor, telling her with his last words that 'being normal means accepting everything as it is and never changing', and telling her to do things that aren't normal.
He then passed out and never woke up again. Nagi states that, after that day, she gave up on living normally, and admits to having a messiah complex.
Nagi then boots up her computer and shows Kazuko a record of every student's attendance, which she got from logging into the school's network, and explains that she noticed Kyouko's group getting worse, and investigated them, eventually figuring out the drug story.
Kazuko recognizes the illegality of such an endeavor, but Nagi states that somebody has to help the students, even though it may be through dirty means.
Then, Nagi hands over a phone to Kazuko, and tells her to call her home, informing them that she would bring a friend home for dinner.
The next day, Nagi comes to school, not interacting at all with Kyouko or Kazuko, only sleeping on her desk for the entire day.
Kazuko wants to talk to Nagi more about last night, but has no chance to. Kazuko ended up inviting Nagi for dinner at her house, because Nagi expected them to be worried about their daughter being out so late otherwise.
As they set off towards, Kazuko's home, the two girls talk. Eventually, Nagi tells Kazuko to 'get out while she still can' and forget about the incident from five years ago.
Kazuko then confronts Nagi, asking her how she even knows about that event. Nagi becomes flustered, as she didn't realize Kazuko's past was a secret, due to never interacting with anyone else in her class.
Kazuko concludes that she must have been the one to save her from the serial killer. Nagi tries to evade the question, and tells Kazuko to not bring it up, as she doesn't want to talk about it, not before making a confusing statement, saying that it was Boogiepop, the urban legend, who saved her life.
As she stares at Nagi's sleeping figure on her desk, Kazuko thinks about how she'd like to thank the her for what she's done. When Nagi moaned slightly in her sleep, the teacher became enraged and made her answer the poorly written and slightly obscured formula on the blackboard.
Nagi, after squinting for a moment, instantly solves the formula before going back to sleep, embarrassing the teacher and making the class giggle.
Kazuko, stifling a laugh, thinks about how it's just another regular day, with the Fire Witch back among them. Echoes, having escaped from the police thanks to Boogiepop, wanders through a desolate back alley, and then collapses on the ground once more, not crying this time, thanks to the shinigami's encouraging words.
As he confirms his determination to eliminate the Manticore in his mind, a girl, Naoko Kamikishiro, sees and approaches him, worried for his well being.
Despite the alien man being unable to speak using words that he didn't already hear, Naoko somehow perfectly understood all of his thoughts.
She decided to guide him to the school, wanting to give him a place to live. Then, she called Nagi, asking her for help.
He accepts the proposal. Later, the group meets at the station, running into Keiji Takeda, who is waiting for his girlfriend, Touka, who was seemingly running late.
After the movie, the group notices 'Minako Yurihara' walking on the street. While the others speak about how they admire her genius, Masami alone knows 'her' true nature.
Then, the group goes to a karaoke place, suggested by Akiko. During the performances, when nobody is paying attention, he drugs Akiko's drink.
The girl Masami fell in love with was Nagi Kirima, who, upon hearing his confession, rejects him, not having the time for a relationship, and also believing that a normal person like him shouldn't be involved with her.
Saotome accepts the rejection without feeling hurt at all, but rather, relieved. After leaving the karaoke place, Sakamoto offers to take Noguchi home, leaving Masami to escort Akiko, who begins to feel sick all of a sudden.
Noguchi is hesitant to be left alone with Sakamoto at first, but is eventually convinced although the two would end up having intercourse that night, leading to Noguchi's old fashioned father tracking Sakamoto down and cursing him out in front of his entire class.
Once the two are gone, and Akiko gradually gets weaker and weaker, Masami drags her into an abandoned parking garage.
Once arriving on the seventh floor, he places her who had already stopped breathing by then , on the ground, and moments later, a creature jumps all the way to the top.
It's the Manticore, with the visage of Minako Yurihara. It laments the fact that it can't eat her now, but Masami assures it that they could get five more victims if they play their cards well.
Convinced, the Manticore kisses the body, forcing a gaseous essence inside her. As Masami watches with sick pleasure, the Manticore continues the kiss for 30 seconds, then pulls back, its lips now red.
Then, the corpse becomes revitalized, with a blue liquid pouring out of its orifices. Having become a slave, Akiko is ordered to administer the drug produced by the Manticore to her friend group, and is robbed of her memories of the encounter.
Five minutes later, Akiko, having come to her senses, is walking alongside Masami. She tries and fails to remember what had previously happened, unaware that she had already died, and was simply a puppet.
As she slowly comes to her senses, all of her emotions quickly fade away, even forgetting her love for Masami, not even realizing that he is the one she previously treasured.
Then, he meets with the Manticore at the cafe Tristan , and the two discuss their plans for the future, looking like a regular couple.
Masami flashes back to the day he first encountered the Manticore, in the tea ceremony room. When he entered the room, he was met with the corpse of Minako Yurihara.
Then, he was attacked by the Manticore. Pinned back, the Manticore explained to him that it would take his body and blend into society.
Hearing this, Masami said that it would be more helpful for it to keep him alive, explaining that, if it became him, people would notice, as he was fairly popular.
The Manticore asked him why he wasn't struggling for his life at all, to which the boy proclaimed that 'he loved her'.
Back in the cafe, Masami and the Manticore plot out the strategies they should take in order to remake society, with them at the center.
Beforehand, the Manticore only thought of survival, so she accepted the new goal gleefully. Then, with the conversation ended, the Manticore declares its love for Masami once more.
All according to their plan, Akiko spreads the drug to her friends, and then they kidnap and kill them in order.
However, they are unable to turn them into slaves this time. They already killed many high school girls from multiple schools, leaving no traces, and throwing off the authorities.
The teacners don't spare a thought for the missing girls, as they see them as 'troublemakers'. Soon, however, Akiko's behavior becomes strange.
Concluding that she began to break down, they dispose of her, fearing that, if she were to be examined, the "institution" that created the Manticore would find out.
The Manticore, frustrated that she is unable to make any more slaves, promises that she will do it next time, but Masami advises that they shouldn't kill any more people from the school, or they would be found out.
The Manticore accepts obediently. The next day, a female teacher asks Masami to keep watch on Nagi who is sitting in the teacher's restroom with a cigarette in her mouth in order to get suspended while she gets another teacher on the scene.
Nagi questions him about Akiko Kusatsu, which makes him very uneasy, although he doesn't let it show on his face.
Then, Nagi is hauled off by the arriving teachers to the guidance office. Left alone, Masami realizes that Nagi must have been looking into his crimes, and that she would soon find him out.
Upon telling the Manticore about Nagi in the pool changing room, it becomes enraged and suggests they kill her.
Masami protests, bringing up her family's wealth and the unlikelihood of her disappearance being put down as a runaway. The Manticore, however, accuses Masami of still being in love with the girl, to which Masami becomes startled.
However, just then, Naoko walks in, calling out to Echoes. Masami tries to stop it, but the Manticore lunges at her and murders her instantly.
Masami yelles at it, asking it why she killed the girl, but the Manticore showes extreme fear, having heard the name of her original.
Masami tries to calm it down, and then, realizing the body belongs to Nagi's friend, assures the shaken Manticore that the advantage is on their side.
Then, they take Naoko's body to the basement, where it is consumed. Two years after graduating high school, Akio Kimura receives an anonymous letter telling him that Naoko Kamikishiro is dead and that he should forget about her.
At first, he suspects the letter to be a prank, but he thinks that it's strange for a prank to arrive after so much time passed.
Akio then remembers the strange way in which he and Naoko began a relationship. While out smoking a cigarette behind the school, Akio overhears Naoko confessing to a younger boy named Shirou Tanaka , who suspects Naoko of tricking him, due to the unusual nature of a third year student asking a first year one out.
As Shirou waits for Naoko to say what she had to say, he eventually shrieks that he "can't do this" and runs away, leaving a disappointed Naoko behind.
Then, she turns toward Akio whom she'd noticed since the beginning , and joins him for a smoke. Akio, noticing the tear tracks on her face, concludes that she was serious about her confession.
Akio tries to console her, but Naoko tells him not to be nice to her, or else she may fall for him as well. Then, the two skip class to continue hanging out.
After this, the two make it a habit to go on various dates. Eventually, Naoko manages to convince Shirou to go out with her as well, with Akio often commenting that he doesn't know what she sees in the boy.
While on a ferris wheel at an amusement park, Naoko and Akio discuss Shirou, with Naoko expressing her reason for liking him, and the first time she saw him at an archery competition, predicting that he is meant for bigger things.
Then she says that she prefers playing around with Akio because he's a mess, just like her, saying that Shirou doesn't understand her at all.
Then, Naoko leans in to kiss Akio. Upon being asked whether he does that with Shirou too, she bluntly denies the claim. Akio then thinks that she finds her most attractive when she's being herself, not deliberately trying to act cute or appealing.
Returning to the present, Akio still has that letter on his mind, and decides to skip his university classes and visit the town where he attended high school, where he enoounters Touka Miyashita, a former classmate, who failed exams and had to repeat a year.
The two catch up, talking about Touka's boyfriend and Akio's college life. The conversation soon turns to Naoko, whom Akio still hadn't moved on from.
Touka, noticing this, becomes irritated and drags Akio to the cafe Tristan, where she scolds Akio for playing a hero in the past, when he took the fall once the school discovered signs of Naoko having invited a stranger to live in the school, leading to his suspension and a scandal among the student body, with his reputation permanently ruined.
He then tells Touka that he did actually know who Naoko was seeing, namely, an alien, who took her back to space. Upon hearing this answer, Touka slaps Akio, telling him to move on already, although his words were exactly what she'd told him once.
One day, Naoko asks Akio if he thinks that human existence is justified, to which Akio responds that he doesn't think so. Then, Naoko tells him about how she met a man from outer space, and how he was sent to Earth by some large consciousness.
She explains that he tried to mimick a human, but didn't get it exactly right, and ended up over-evolved, which put him under some corporation's attention, who cloned him, and ended up making a man-eating monster, who escaped from the research facility.
Therefore, Echoes went after it, to try and stop it from taking over the world with its abilities.
Upon hearing this, Akio asks why Echoes would care about what happens to the human race, and Naoko responds that he's just nice.
When Akio asks where Echoes is now, Naoko says he's at the school, and makes Akio promise that he won't tell anyone a promise which he keeps, leading to his suspension.
While still not sure what Naoko's story about Echoes means, Akio tells her that if she just opens up her heart to him, he'll definitely learn to like humanity.
Then, the two part ways. That was the last time Akio ever saw Naoko. When their orders arrive, Touka notices the waitress' look of interest, and cools down, apologizing for slapping him.
She then tells Akio that Naoko would have probably wanted him to move on too. Then, as the two part ways, Akio tells her that she should try to keep her hero complex under control and study.
As he turns to leave, she calls out to him again. However, it seems to him like a boy took her place, like she transformed.
Boogiepop, having momentarily taken over Touka, tells Akio that Naoko performed her duty admirably, and that the only thing he can do is perform his as well and make her proud.
Then, the shinigami disappears into the crowd, leaving Akio to stare after her, speechless.
Akio arrives at Shinyo Academy, sneaking in through a gap within the fence that Naoko had shown him years earlier. Even though he knows that the sender of the letter would not be here, he can't help but show up, as it is the only remaining place that connects Akio to Naoko.
As Akio wanders through the school, he thinks about his experience with Naoko, about how she told him and only him about her secrets, and about how he'll continue to love her for the rest of his life, impossible to understand as she was.
He then arrives at the gym storage room that Naoko had hidden Echoes in. As he looks around with a flashlight, he discovers a cover near the main entrance, leading to the foundations of the gym, designed to absorb the impact of an earthquake.
When he turns to exit, he notices something on the floor. Examining it closer, he realizes, to his horror, that it's a mummified human hand.
Soon after, the hand crumbled into dust, perhaps due to exposure to the air outside. Akio wonders what could have happened two years ago, but there's nobody there to give him any answers.
Shirou Tanaka comes asking for Kei Niitoki, questioning her about whether Naoko Kamikishiro is at currently at school, to which Kei responds that she hasn't seen her come in.
Masami Saotome happens to overhear them, and suggests that the first year boy should ask Nagi Kirima, as she and Naoko had been friends for years.
Shirou rushes to Nagi's classroom, with Kei and Masami following her. However, they don't find her there, and they hear from Kazuko Suema that she hasn't come to class at all that day, even though Kei saw her coming to school.
Nagi, flustered due to Naoko's disappearance, interrogates Echoes about the girl, but the man communicates that he doesn't know anything.
Nagi, assuming the worst might have happened to her friend, declares that she will find the Manticore, and that Echoes will help her.
The man nods, secretly surveying Nagi's reactions. The earlier incident still on her mind, Kei offers to take up gate duty after school.
However, no matter how much time passes, Nagi doesn't show up. Eventually, Masami and Shirou arrive, and, upon learning that Kei still hasn't seen her leave, the three decide to look for her throughout the school.
While searching, Masami tells Kei about Naoko and Shirou's relationship, and also about her simultaneous relationship with Akio.
As the three make their way to the roof, they notice a silhouette coming down the fire escape, but it disappears before the trio can catch them.
They write the incident off as a student leaving school, and go to investigate the gym. When Kei and Shirou try to go inside the storage room, Masami quickly tells them that nothing is there, hiding the evidence of Echoes' living in the school.
After leading them away from the clues, he suggests that they try to summon Nagi using the PA system, advancing his plan. Kei quickly agrees, and the three make their way to the broadcasting room.
The teacher on night watch, Haruo Nakayama , is unable to hear the announcement made by the three students, as he was knocked unconscious by the Manticore.
As it decided it had killed to many people, the man narrowly escapes death, but is left with after effects similar to LSD flashbacks for many years afterwards.
Nagi, hearing the announcement, assumes that it's a trap by the Manticore. Echoes advises her not to go, but she decides that deliberately running into this trap would be the only way to not let the Manticore escape.
As he watches the fearless girl equip a powerful stun gun, the alien man ponderes "which is it". Five minutes later, the trio begin to think that Nagi wouldn't come, or that she had already left.
Masami, however, insists to make another announcement. Right as he begins to do so, however, the lights in the room are shut off, and Nagi enters, tazing all three of them, knocking them out.
Upon waking up, Kei finds herself tied up, along with Masami and Shirou, in the school's lecture hall. Seeing them wake up, Nagi begins to interrogate them, with Echoes dressed as a student beside her.
Soon enough, Nagi concludes that none of them are altered by the Manticore, and tells them to go home. Kei angrily demands that Nagi explain the situation, but she refuses, telling her to keep quiet about it.
In her anger, Kei almost falls over, but Echoes catches her, and releases her from her bonds, then doing the same with the other two boys.
Then, when Shirou questions Nagi about Naoko, she tells him that she's worried about the girl herself, but refuses any help from them, stating that only somebody "screwed up" like her could do anything about the situation.
Hearing this, Masami recalls her words as she shot him down in the past, and shows a ruthless smile for an instant, which only Kei notices.
When Shirou asks if Naoko is okay, Nagi just tells him that he should forget about her, not explaining any more. Nagi and Echoes lead Kei, Masami and Shirou out of the lecture hall, and instruct them to go home.
Kei, still upset, is about to go off on Nagi once more, but she is stopped by Masami, who then begins speaking to Nagi, telling her that he is glad that she rejected him back then, because otherwise, he'd have been the Manticore's enemy instead.
As he speaks, he takes out a mechanical pencil, which, upon finishing his monologue, he uses to stab Echoes in the throat, declaring that, now, Nagi is "their enemy".
In that same instant, the Manticore, under the guise of Minako Yurihara, jumps on Echoes, cutting him open from shoulder to waist with its fingernails.
Distracted by the appearance of the monster, Nagi fails to defend herself against Masami, who kills her by cutting her throat open with a small knife.
Seeing this, Echoes dodges the Manticore's attacks, takes Nagi's body and runs away, with Masami telling the monster to chase him.
Boogiepop's only friend is Keiji Takeda , Touka's boyfriend, who he met during his fight with the Manticore , and spent his days chatting about random things with, before eventually disappearing after his job was done.
The fact that he made sure to say goodbye to Keiji, even after his job was over, showed that he really enjoyed the boy's company.
In spite of his cold-looking exterior and the nature of the rumors about him, Boogiepop is a very compassionate individual, helping the distraught Echoes when he was about to give up on his search of the Manticore, and admonishing the people who ignored him when he was clearly injured.
Despite being an alternate personality of Touka, and therefore having the same appearance as the girl, Boogiepop is described by others as looking oddly masculine.
Therefore, most people who see Boogiepop are able to tell that he is different than her, even if they don't know anything about him. Boogiepop has shoulder-length dark brown hair and brown eyes.
Over Touka's school uniform, Boogiepop wears his signature purple pipe hat, decorated with metalic ornaments and a chain, and a long purple mantle, yet again decorated with many circular metalic ornaments.
Touka unconsciously carries around the outfit in a bag when Boogiepop is about to resurface.
Boogiepop first surfaced during the serial killer incident that happened years ago. Boogiepop tried his best to eliminate the threat of the killer without being noticed, but unfortunately was eventually spotted by Touka's mother when trying to escape from a window.
This caused some friction in Touka's family, as her mother was considered insane after no traces of Boogiepop's existence were discovered.
During this time, Boogiepop also first interacted with Nagi Kirima , who he would later collaborate with again in defeating other malicious entities.