The fictional Japanese city named Sugomori City is built on reclaimed land. But as the years go by, the city's population is decreasing. One day, Sonozaki tells her classmate Katsuhira: "You have been selected to be a Kiznaiver." The Kizuna System, which allows Katsuhira to share his wounds, connects him to the classmates whose lives and personalities completely differ from his. The Kizuna System is an incomplete system for the implementation of world peace that connects people through wounds. All those who are connected to this system are called Kiznaivers. When one Kiznaiver is wounded, the system divides and transmits the wound among the other Kiznaivers.
Sometimes, a Bond Can Bloom from the First Day Eye Contact Is Made
If You Can Swallow a Bizarre Situation Like This So Easily, Two Buckets of Barium Shouldn't Be a Problem
Depending on How You Look At It, I Think We Could Get Through Anything... Right?
Now That We're All Connected, Let's All Get to Know Each Other Better, 'Kay?
Wahoo, It's a Training Camp! Let's Step in Deer Poop and Have Pillow Fights! Go, Go!
Nothing Good Comes From Being Around All of You
A Battle Touching Upon the Identity of the Pain that's Seven Times the Pain of One-Seventh of a Pain
Happy Times Don't Tend to Last Very Long
It's All Over... I Think
You Knew Very Well That Your Romantic Feelings Might Be Unrequited, Right?
We Have To Contact Each Other And Confirm Our Feelings. Because We're Friends!
If The Kizna System Spread Throughout The World
That's a nice try for Trigger. They showed they are talented enough to build an emotional story with a psychological value and without excess of cliché, even if there is a little of that. A promising premise based upon a collective sharing of pain between 6 characters, because of a mysterious experiment which linked them. Well on, the 6 ones were not chosen at random, and their... read more
So I noticed previous reviews are saying basically the same thing but while this show might not seem like much, give it a chance. It being a Trigger title I started it thinking itd just be a way to waste some time, and besides the interesting plot device of sharing pain, it all seemed to meet expectations for the first few episodes. But I stuck with it and I was really glad I did. I understand many will be... read more
Mini! KIZNAIVER Theater