Everything You Need To Know About Animes With Sad Ending

Sad Ending animes

Anime these days is very popular among kids and adults. These days we can easily watch anime adaptations of every manga comic across different streaming platforms. These animes are available in different languages. In this article, we will be learning about animes having sad endings.

Angel Beats:

Angel Beats

Angel Beats is a Japanese anime series that is produced by P.A Works. The series is directed by Seiji Kishi. The storyline of the series was written by Jun Maeda. The series consists of a total of 13 episodes. The series premiered on 3rd April 2010 and the series was concluded on 26th June 2010. The storyline of the series follows the environment of a high school. It is like limbo for people experiencing hardships and wanting to overcome them. The story is mainly about the life of a boy named Yuzuru Otonashi. He is a boy suffering from Amnesia. He meets up with a girl named Yuri Nakamura. She invites him to join the afterlife battlefront. It is the organization she founded and the leader.

Your Lie In April:

Your LieIn April

The anime is an adaptation of the manga series, which was written by Naoshi Arakawa. The series comes under the genre of romantic drama. Kyohei Ishiguro directs the series. Takao Yoshioka writes the plot. The series consists of a total of 22 episodes. it was premiered on 9th October in the year 2014 and the series concluded on 19th March 2015. The storyline revolves around a fourteen-year-old boy named Kosei Arima. He is a piano player and has won lots of music competitions. He suffers a mental breakdown after the death of his mother. Despite having no hearing loss, he is unable to hear the voice of the piano he plays.

Death Parade:

Death Parade

Death Parade is an anime series which was directed by Yuzuru Tachikawa he is the writer of the series. The series is produced by Madhouse. It consists of a total of 12 episodes. The first episode premiered on 9th January 2015, and it concluded on 27th March 2015. The story is about the phase when someone dies they are sent to several mysterious places. The characters of the series are Decim, who is voiced by Tomoaki Maeno. Nona is voiced by Rumi Okubo in Japanese and Jad Saxton In English. Ginti is voiced by Yoshimasa Hosoya in Japanese and by Robert McCollum in English.

Cowboy Bebop:

Cowboy Bebop

Cowboy Bebop is an anime which was premiered in the year 1997. The series comes under the genre neo-noir science fiction. Shinichiro Watanabe directs the series. It is produced by Masahiko Minami and Kazuhiko Ikeguchi. Kazuhiko Ikeguchi writes the plot of the story. It consists of a total of 26 episodes. The story is about the year 2071. Fifty years prior occurred, the incident which left the earth uninhabitable. Due to the increased crime rate, the Inter Solar System Police gets the legal contract to chase criminals. Crunchyroll Anime Limited licensed the anime.

Plastic Memories:

Plastic Memories

Plastic Memories is a Japanese anime series. Doga Kobo produces the series. Yoshiyuki Fujiwara directs Plastic Memories. Matoaka Hayashi wrote the anime series. The series consists a total of 13 episodes. The first episode was aired on 5th April 2015. The series concluded on 28th June 2015. The plot is about a city in the near future. In that city, living beings live along with androids. They look like lving beings. They show emotions like humans.

A Terror In Resonance:

A Terror In Resonance

The anime series Terror In Resonance is known as Terror in Tokyo. The anime series is directed by Shinichiro Watanabe and yuzuru Tachikawa. The plot of the story is written by Shoten Yano, Hiroshi Seko, and others. The series has 11 episodes, with the first episode airing on 10th July in the year 2014 and the series concluding on 25th September 2014. The story revolves around two boys named Nine and Twelve. They both steal an atomic bomb from a terrorist attack.