Netflix on Twitter has announced today that Kill la Kill will be leaving the streaming platform in next month, May 2019
Kill la Kill is an original TV anime which later got a manga adaptation by Kazuki Nakashima (story) and Ryo Akizuki (art). Netflix has revealed its big plans on streaming and producing anime some time ago. Which they did by introducing a big list of anime to the subscribers. However, today the company announced that the show, Kill la Kill, will be leaving the service next month.
Kill la Kill will Leave Netflix Next Month
The show is an original show by Trigger studio and is considered to be one of the popular shows among anime fans around the globe. The show has the same feel if you have ever watched Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann. MAL describes Kill la Kill as,
After the murder of her father, Ryuuko Matoi has been wandering the land in search of his killer. Following her only lead—the missing half of his invention, the Scissor Blade—she arrives at the prestigious Honnouji Academy, a high school unlike any other. The academy is ruled by the imposing and cold-hearted student council president Satsuki Kiryuuin alongside her powerful underlings, the Elite Four. In the school’s brutally competitive hierarchy, Satsuki bestows upon those at the top special clothes called “Goku Uniforms,” which grant the wearer unique superhuman abilities.
Thoroughly beaten in a fight against one of the students in uniform, Ryuuko retreats to her razed home where she stumbles across Senketsu, a rare and sentient “Kamui,” or God Clothes. After coming into contact with Ryuuko’s blood, Senketsu awakens, latching onto her and providing her with immense power. Now, armed with Senketsu and the Scissor Blade, Ryuuko makes a stand against the Elite Four, hoping to reach Satsuki and uncover the culprit behind her father’s murder once and for all.
The show might feel a little sluggish, plain and average at first but it just keeps getting better and it has the potential to become anyone’s favorite show of all time as the person finishes last arc and episode. Which happened to me. The show packs with fanservice, solid style, and weird yet fun animation style. Every episode feels like it is the last episode. Netflix users should say goodbye to the show as it is leaving it next month, May 2019.
The school year’s almost over and Kill la Kill leaves @Netflix next month. Maybe throw on your uniform one more time before summer vacation?
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Besides this, if you might have read, Kill la Kill the Game: IF was announced a few months ago. Are you looking forward to the game? What was your favorite moment of Kill la Kill, let us know in the comments down below.