Angels Of Death

Angels of Death is a horror anime series based on Makoto Sanada’s video game of the same name. J.C.Staff produced the 16-episode series, which premiered on July 6, 2018. The anime is directed by Kentar Suzuki, with scripts by Yoshinobu Fujioka, music by Noisycroak at Lantis, and character designs by Miki Matsumoto, who also serves as chief animation director. Masaaki Endoh sang the opening theme, “Vital,” while Haruka Chisuga sang the ending theme, “Pray,” as her character Rachel. The series is also available with English subtitles on Crunchyroll and in an English dub on Funimation.

Angels Of Death Anime Synopsis

Rachel Gardner’s eyes are lifeless and dead, and she wishes to die. She wakes up in a building’s basement with no idea how or why she got there. She comes across a bandaged murderer named Zack who is attempting to flee. Rachel and Zack set out to ascend through the building floor by floor until they escape, with Zack promising to kill her as soon as he is free.
However, as they progress upward, they meet more twisted people, all of whom appear to be acquainted with Rachel. What is her relationship to the building, and why was she assigned to it? With a new boss on each floor, will Rachel and Zack be able to fulfil their wishes?

Angels Of Death

Angels Of Death Info

  • IMDB Ratings – 6.5/10
  • Genres – Adventure, Horror, Psychological, Thriller
  • Season – 1
  • Episodes – 16
  • Status – Finished Airing
  • Aired – Jul 6, 2018 to Oct 26, 2018
  • Premiered – Summer 2018
  • Duration – 23 min. per episode
  • Rating – R – 17+ (violence & profanity)

Angels Of Death Anime Characters

Main characters

Isaac Foster

The story’s 20-year-old male protagonist. He was once a notorious serial killer, but he is now the floor master of B6. He stands out because his entire body is wrapped in bandages and he wields a grim reaper-like scythe. Zack, a bloodthirsty psychopath, takes pleasure in destroying his victims’ happiness and filling them with despair. Ray had no interest in killing her because he lacked emotions, so he let her live so he could use her intelligence to escape the building, promising to kill her once they were out.

Because he was abused as a child, Zack grew up knowing only how to kill. After his parents abandoned him, his stepfather attempted to burn him and his mother to death, wounding his body with burns that he covered up with bandages and instilling in him an intense fear of fire. His mother then abandoned him in the care of an illegal orphanage that trafficked children, where he was subjected to more abusive treatment and eventually became a tool of labour. Zack was inspired to go on a murder spree after watching a slasher horror movie left by the orphanage’s head, with the heads of the orphanage being his first victims. Gray later discovers him and hires him as a floor master. His floor is designed to resemble a desolate, filthy network of alleyways.

Rachel Gardner

The story’s 13-year-old female protagonist. She is taken to a hospital for counselling after witnessing a murder, only to wake up on Floor B7 with no memories of her past. She later regains them after a scuffle with Danny, the doctor in charge of her counselling, and reverts to an apathetic persona. Believing that death will be her salvation, she asks Zack for his assistance in killing her in exchange for him using her intelligence to help him escape the building. Ray, despite her emotionless and calm exterior, has a morbid interest in stitching up animals or people she considers imperfect, as well as a twisted perception and blind faith in God. Her interests stemmed from her parents’ animosity toward one another. Ray then witnessed her father murder her mother and, terrified, murdered her own father with a gun before deciding to stitch up their corpses to make them her “perfect” parents. When Danny is taken to the hospital, he takes an interest in her blank blue eyes and uses his power to make her the floor master of B1. Ray’s floor is modelled after her home and is riddled with lethal traps, with the exception of her bedroom and living room, which contain the stitched corpses of her parents.

Supporting characters

Daniel Dickens

A therapist who has an insane obsession with eyes, particularly Ray’s blank, blue ones. He was bullied for most of his childhood because he was born without a right eye. His missing eye also caused squabbles between his parents, leading to their divorce and his mother’s suicide. Danny then began to seek out blank, dead eyes like his mother’s, becoming a counsellor in order to find eyes that could satisfy him.

Prior to the series, he worked as a prison counsellor and met Gray, who offered him the position of floor master of B5. Danny accepted the offer, believing it would satisfy him, and then used his authority to bring Ray into Gray’s experiment and make her the floor master of B1, hoping to live close to her eyes. Gray eventually kills him in his pursuit of Ray. In the prequel manga Episode.0, he takes on the role of the main character.

Edward Mason

A young boy distinguished by his pumpkin mask and fondness for digging graves. His floor is entirely made of stone and is modelled after a graveyard. Eddie, a grave-child, digger’s was proud and skilled at his job, but grew dissatisfied with the fact that he was never given anything truly his own, as most of his possessions were hand-me-downs passed down from one child to the next. He then started killing his pets and burying them in his own graves, believing that things only truly belonged to him once they were buried in graves dug by him.
When Grey invited him to become the floor master of B4, he began constructing graves for those killed by the other floor masters, rarely killing anyone himself. After falling in love with Ray at first sight, he took it upon himself to murder her and bury her in a beautiful grave. Eddie became accustomed to seeing in the dark as a result of constantly digging graves in the dark, which gives him an advantage when he kills. When Ray turns on the lights, he is killed by Zack and buried in the grave that was originally intended for her. In the prequel episode of the game. Eddie, who focuses on his life before becoming a floor master, is the main character.

Catherine Ward

The floor master of B3, also known as the “Condemner” due to her background as a former jail guard, with Danny serving as her prisoners’ counsellor. Cathy, a sadomasochistic woman, takes pleasure in uncovering her criminals’ crimes and punishing them through torture, often killing them. Those who survive are then imprisoned as her toys.
Because of her extensive arsenal of death traps and torture instruments, she is the most formidable of all the floor masters. She views Zack as an exemplary sinner and attempts to thoroughly punish him for her amusement, but is killed when Ray catches her off guard with a gun. Her floor is designed to look like a large jail, complete with a private room where she controls the various traps on the rest of the floor and monitors her victims.

Abraham Gray

The floor master of B2 and a reverend who established the facility as an experiment to determine the definition of “religious faith,” including gathering all of the floor masters and providing them with victims. He is extremely eloquent, capable of hypnotising his listeners with words, and possesses a cold and logical heart devoid of mercy. Gray also uses drugs to induce hallucination in his victims in order to see their true inner selves. His floor is designed in the style of a church, with a stained glass window concealing the building’s exit.

Other characters

Lucy 

Lucy, a character introduced in the manga adaptations, is Cathy’s best friend who has a borderline insane crush on her. After graduating from high school together, they both became jail guards who specialised in punishing criminals, with Lucy frequently dealing the final blow. When Danny invites Cathy to become a floor master, Lucy becomes her first victim, deeming her a sinner for all the prisoners she has killed.

Shin

A character in Episode.0 and the original floor master of B3 before Eddie took over. Shin was originally a pair of twin brothers who ran a furniture store that sold furniture made of human flesh. Danny invites the twins because he believes they meet the criteria for becoming an angel for Gray’s experiment. Gray, on the other hand, would only accept one of them, viewing their reliance on each other as flawed. Each twin decided to kill the other because they believed that only one being is perfect. As the survivor reappears and reintroduces himself as the “one complete” Shin, it is unknown which twin succeeded in killing the other. Shin injured his hand by accident while working on one of his furniture, causing his blood to stain the furniture, according to the official Angels of Death guidebook. Shin, seeing the beauty in the furniture stained by his own blood, used his own body as ingredients to make the furniture without regard for his own body, resulting in his death.

Angels Of Death Anime Episodes

1. Kill Me… Please.
Aired: Jul 6, 2018 (JST)

2. Your Grave Is Not Here.
Aired: Jul 13, 2018 (JST)

3. I Swear to God.
Aired: Jul 20, 2018 (JST)

4. A Sinner Has No Right of Choice.
Aired: Jul 27, 2018 (JST)

5. Don’t Let Me Kill You Just Yet.
Aired: Aug 3, 2018 (JST)

6. Zack Is the Only One Who Can Kill Me.
Aired: Aug 10, 2018 (JST)

7. Who Are You?
Aired: Aug 17, 2018 (JST)

8. Yeah…, I’m a Monster.
Aired: Aug 24, 2018 (JST)

9. There Is No God In This World.
Aired: Aug 31, 2018 (JST)

10. The Witch Trial Shall Start.
Aired: Sep 7, 2018 (JST)

11. ‘Cause You Are My God, Zack.
Aired: Sep 14, 2018 (JST)

12. Try to Know Everything About Her.
Aired: Sep 21, 2018 (JST)

13. I’m Not Your God.
Aired: Oct 5, 2018 (JST)

14. Swear You Will Be Killed by Me.
Aired: Oct 12, 2018 (JST)

15. A Vow Cannot Be Stolen.
Aired: Oct 19, 2018 (JST)

16. Stop Crying and Smile.
Aired: Oct 26, 2018 (JST)

People Also Ask

Is angels of death a good anime?

It’s not a high-budget show, and you can tell, but it never gets in the way of the storey. In the end, it’s not a particularly good anime, but it’s something different and enjoyable nonetheless – I’m willing to recommend it just because it tried something very unusual and didn’t fail spectacularly.

Is there a season 2 of Angels of Death?

Angels Of Death Season 2 is speeding around the corner faster than Zack’s scythe. The entire storey will be told in 16 episodes, with the four remaining episodes premiering during the 2018 fall anime season… with a surprise twist!

Is Angel of Death a romance?

One could argue that Angels of Death, in addition to being a horror film, is also a tragic love storey. A psychological romance in which death plays a central role… As they work together, a tentative bond formed by the two’s obsession with death binds them together in a fragile form of obsessive love.

Is there any inappropriate scenes in Angels of Death?

Children are murdered in a few disturbing and shocking sequences. A man makes a self-sacrifice by blowing himself up with a bomb in order to save others. Several scenes depict fires and the aftermath of bombs. A gruesome pregnancy is depicted a few times.

Also Read – Angel Beats!

Source – Wikipedia

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