In 1972, Misaki, a popular student of Yomiyama North Middle School’s class 3-3, suddenly died partway through the school year. Devastated by the loss, the students and teacher behaved like Misaki was still alive, leading to a strange presence on the graduation photo. In Spring 1998, Kōichi Sakakibara transfers into Yomiyama’s class 3-3, where he meets Mei Misaki, a quiet student whom their classmates and teacher seemingly ignore. The class is soon caught up in a strange phenomenon, in which students and their relatives begin to die in often gruesome ways. Realizing that these deaths are related to the “Misaki of 1972”, a yearly calamity that has struck most every class 3-3 since 1972, Kōichi and Mei seek to figure out how to stop it before it kills anymore of their classmates or them.


So I just have one question, if you know you are going to die if you entered that class then why don’t you just change schools? Answer is cause this is anime and they can’t do that. I am not joking if you watch this anime you will know that even when students try to escape they die. So keeping everything aside this anime is so good guys and it will create a huge tension while watching it. It’s basically a horror and mystery anime which is fun to watch and if you are a horror lover then this is a must watch anime for you. I basically loved the interactions between two male leads and I even loved how the creator kept the suspense until the end.

I give this anime 9.6/10😊

2 thoughts on “Another

  1. I remember enjoying this anime back when I watched it years ago. I was hoping that King’s Game was going to be like Another, because they both revolve around a class getting killed one by one. Sadly, King’s Game lacked the mystery and creative kills of this series.

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  2. I see so many reviews on the anime but not the manga


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