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Darling in the Franxx
(Japanese: ダーリン・イン・ザ・フランキス, Hepburn: Dārin In Za Furankisu), abbreviated as DarliFra (ダリフラ, DariFura), is a 2018 Japanese animated science fiction romance

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Darling in the FranxxKey visualダーリン・イン・ザ・フランキス
(Dārin In Za Furankisu)GenreMecha, romantic drama, science fiction[1][2]Created byCode:000 Anime television seriesDirected byAtsushi Nishigori
Toshifumi Akai (assistant)Produced by
  • Yōsuke Toba
  • Mikio Uetsuki
  • Eiichi Kamagata
Written by
  • Atsushi Nishigori
  • Naotaka Hayashi
Music byAsami TachibanaStudio
  • CloverWorks[a]
  • Studio Trigger
Licensed byAUS / BI / NA Crunchyroll
FunimationOriginal networkTokyo MX, GYT, GTV, BS11, ABC, Mētele, HOME, BSS, BBC, AT-X[5]English networkSEA Aniplus AsiaOriginal run January 13, 2018 – July 7, 2018Episodes24 (List of episodes) MangaWritten byCode:000Illustrated byKentaro YabukiPublished byShueishaDemographicShōnenMagazineShōnen Jump+Original runJanuary 14, 2018 – presentVolumes5 (List of volumes) MangaDarling in the Franxx!Written byMatoPublished byShueishaDemographicShōnenMagazineShōnen Jump+Original runJanuary 14, 2018 – July 11, 2018Volumes1 (List of volumes) Anime and Manga portal

Darling in the Franxx (Japanese: ダーリン・イン・ザ・フランキス, Hepburn: Dārin In Za Furankisu), abbreviated as DarliFra (ダリフラ, DariFura),[6] is a 2018 Japanese animated science fiction romance television series produced by CloverWorks and animated by CloverWorks and Trigger that premiered on January 13, 2018.[7][8] The series was announced at Trigger's Anime Expo 2017 panel in July 2017.[9] A manga adaptation by Kentaro Yabuki and another four-panel comic strip manga began serialization on January 14, 2018.[10]

The anime began international distribution simultaneously upon its domestic release. The streaming service Crunchyroll internationally simulcast the series, with Aniplus Asia simulcasting the series to Southeast Asia. Service partner Funimation began the dubbed release of the series on February 1, 2018.[11][12]

  • 1 Synopsis
    • 1.1 Setting
    • 1.2 Plot
  • 2 Media
    • 2.1 Anime
    • 2.2 Manga
    • 2.3 Soundtrack
  • 3 Reception
    • 3.1 Critical response
    • 3.2 Awards and nominations
  • 4 See also
  • 5 Notes
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links
Synopsis See also: List of Darling in the Franxx characters Setting

Darling in the Franxx takes place in a dystopian, post-apocalyptic future where the remnants of human civilization have abandoned the surface. Adults and children exist in contrasting environments from each other. Adults live in technologically-advanced cities within Plantations and are immortal, but procreation and relationships among them have become obsolete and undesirable. Artificially-created children, termed "parasites", are deprived of individuality and are educated only for piloting Franxx in pairs to defend humanity. Parasites are kept in isolation from adult society in environments nicknamed "birdcages", which emulate that of a bygone era, so that they can develop the emotional responses required to pilot a Franxx.

In the early 21st century, the progress of human civilization was accelerated by ground-breaking discoveries in mining technology, allowing extraction of magma energy for a new low-cost, all-encompassing energy source. Scientists contributing to the breakthrough formed "APE", an organization that would gain a large influence on world politics and the global economy as a result of their discoveries. After discovering human immortality, much of mankind opted to become immortal despite the side effect of losing their reproductive functions. Led by APE after the sudden emergence of the Klaxosaurs, the remnants of human civilization relocated to Plantations and the Franxx units were later created to combat the Klaxosaur threat.


In a post-apocalyptic future, humanity is under constant threat from giant creatures known as klaxosaurs (叫竜, kyoryū), which are sub-divided into at least four categories based on their size: "Conrad",[b] "Mohorovičić",[c] "Gutenberg"[d] and "(Super) Lehmann".[e] Pushed to the brink of annihilation, the remnants of humanity are led by the mysterious organization known as APE to abandon Earth's now desolate surface for the relative safety of mobile fortress-cities known as Plantations. To defend the Plantations, children called parasites are raised to pilot giant mecha known as Franxx[f] (フランキス, Furankisu) in boy-girl pairs. The male pilot is called the stamen and the female pilot is called the pistil. These children are artificially-created and have short lifespans. A team of ten parasites is assigned to the experimental Squad 13 of Plantation 13. One of them, Hiro, is a former pilot-candidate prodigy who can no longer synchronize with his partner and they both fail to complete the training program. While skipping his class's graduation ceremony, Hiro encounters Zero Two, an elite Franxx pilot with klaxosaur blood, red horns, and an infamous reputation as the "Partner Killer". The rumor is that Zero Two's partners will die after the third time. Despite this, after Zero Two's partner is soon-after killed during a klaxosaur attack during the graduation ceremony, Hiro volunteers to become her new partner, or "darling".

Media Anime See also: List of Darling in the Franxx episodes

The 24-episode anime series is directed by Atsushi Nishigori, with Nishigori and Naotaka Hayashi handling series composition, Masayoshi Tanaka designing the characters, Shigeto Koyama acting as mechanical designer, Hiroyuki Imaishi serving as action animation director and Asami Tachibana composing the music.[14][15] The opening theme song, titled "Kiss of Death", is sung by Mika Nakashima and produced by Hyde,[8] while the ending themes titled "Torikago" (トリカゴ) (ep 1-6), "Manatsu no Setsuna" (真夏のセツナ) (ep 7), "Beautiful World" (ep 8-12, 14), "Hitori" (ひとり) (ep 13), "Escape" (ep 16-20), and "Darling" (ep 21-23) are performed by XX:me (read as "Kiss Me"), a unit consisting of the series' main female casts—Zero Two, Ichigo, Miku, Kokoro, and Ikuno.[16] Crunchyroll is simulcasting the series, while Funimation has licensed the series and is streaming it with an English dub.[17] Aniplus Asia is simulcasting the series in South East Asia.[18]


A manga adaptation by Kentaro Yabuki and another four-panel comic strip spinoff manga by Mato started their serialization on the Shōnen Jump+ website on January 14, 2018.[10]

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Mato's four-panel spinoff manga ended on July 11, 2018,[25] and was compiled into a full-color physical book released on October 4, 2018.[26]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBN 1 October 4, 2018[27]ISBN 978-4-08-881621-0 Soundtrack Darling in the Franxx Original SoundtrackSoundtrack album by Asami TachibanaReleasedApril 25, 2018 (2018-04-25) (volume 1)
July 25, 2018 (2018-07-25) (volume 2)
August 29, 2018 (2018-08-29) (volume 3)
March 27, 2019 (2019-03-27) (digital)GenreSoundtrackLength51:38 (volume 1)
48:34 (volume 2)
1:06:40 (volume 3)
2:46:52 (total)LabelAniplexProducer
  • Asami Tachibana
  • Yasushi Horiguchi (co-producer)
See also: Kiss of Death (song)

The series' soundtrack is composed by Asami Tachibana and published by Aniplex. The first disc containing 21 tracks is enclosed with the first home video release volume of the anime which was released on April 25, 2018.[28] The second disc also containing 21 tracks is enclosed with the fourth home video release volume which was released on July 25, 2018.[29] The third disc containing 22 tracks is enclosed with the fifth home video release volume which was released on August 29, 2018.[30] All three soundtrack volumes were released digitally on various online music stores on March 27, 2019.[31]

All music composed by Asami Tachibana.

Darling in the Franxx Original Soundtrack Volume 1[28]No.TitleLyricsPerformer(s)Length1."cÅGE"cAnON.Anna Pingina4:562."Vanquish"Benjamin, mpiMonique Dehaney2:403."Odds and ends"  2:234."o-DOR"  1:485."Dino-S"  2:016."BEAST"  2:467."Counterattack"  3:038."Operation"  3:049."Reversal"  2:4710."In the FRANXX"  2:0911."Trente"  1:5112."Distopia"  1:5213."Godliness"  2:2014."Aile"  2:2415."Clarity"  2:2916."Nuance"  1:5017."Miel"  1:3018."Dropping"  2:0819."CODE:002"  2:3620."VICTORIA"  3:0621."Torikago (BGM-Rearrange)" (composed by Katsuhiko Sugiyama, arranged by Kohta Yamamoto)  1:55Total length:51:38 Darling in the Franxx Original Soundtrack Volume 2[29]No.TitleLyricsPerformer(s)Length1."FUSE"Benjamin, mpiClaudia Vazquez3:012."Battle Cry"Dj L-SpadeDj L-Spade3:303."Your smile"  2:174."Abandoned Places"  1:415."The Seven Sages"  1:436."Klaxosaur"  2:237."Gutenberg"  2:238."Shady History"  2:379."ADuLt"  1:3510."One's Word"  1:5211."Vita"  1:5312."CHiLDRen"  1:3113."CODE:015"  2:5214."Lilac"  1:5215."Red Hibiscus"  2:2816."The Sands"  2:0917."Boys×Girls"  1:4418."VICTORIA -piano ver.-"  3:1019."Lilac -guitar ver.-"  1:5120."Mistilteinn"  2:3021."D#regards"cAnON.Anna Pingina4:12Total length:48:34 Darling in the Franxx Original Soundtrack Volume 3[30]No.TitleLength1."CODE:016"2:292."RoCco"1:593."Lotus"1:594."CODE:001"2:265."CoiL"3:166."DESPAIR"2:257."InVaDeR"2:448."GLADIOLUS"3:529."JUSTICE"2:2010."Requiem"2:5511."Cherry blossoms"2:2312."HIRO and ZERO TWO"3:4113."cÅGE -piano ver.-"1:5714."JUSTICE -Epiano ver.-"2:2815."Pray for.."5:4916."cÅGE -SPS ver.-"2:4317."FUSE -instrumental-"3:0118."Battle Cry -instrumental-"3:3019."Vanquish -instrumental-"2:4020."D#regards -instrumental-"4:1221."cÅGE -instrumental-"4:5522."Torikago (BGM-Rearrange) -guitar ver.-" (composed by Katsuhiko Sugiyama, arranged by Kohta Yamamoto)2:56Total length:1:06:40 Reception Critical response

Darling in the Franxx received positive reviews, most notably for its coming-of-age elements. Cactus Matt of Anime Q and A found the series enjoyable, as he commented “I think that's a beautiful way to end this series, with the same message of hope for the future that was always an undercurrent (and later—the entire plot) of the series.”[32] Cal Win of Shinyuusite liked the series’ interpersonal drama and character development despite lack of feedback in the second half of the series.[33] Nate Zen of OtakuKart praises the quality of the animation and character development but commented the series lacked creativity.[34] Crunchyroll gave the series a 4.3 out of 5 stars score for its elements of action, sci-fi, comedy, drama, coming of age, and romance.[35]

Some of the series' themes were received with controversy regarding sexual innuendos of teenagers, the lack of plot development regarding the alien species VIRM, and the rushed pacing of the storyline following episode 15. While the series was received positively by viewers in Japan, the Western reception has been mixed. Eric Van Allen of Kotaku described the series as having "moments of brilliance that will stick with me as much as its hasty, rough conclusion", and was "truly fascinating to follow", despite the ending.[36] Skyler Allen of A Piece of Anime appreciated the first half of the series as an "excellent, if flawed, coming of age mecha story with a lot of heart behind it", but described the concluding portion as a "thematically incoherent mess". [37] Kyle Rogacion of Goomba Stomp called the series "an endearing character-driven coming-of-age story", but criticized it for having by the end "eschewed everything that made it great and settled for the easy way out”.[38] However, Random Curiosity voiced a more positive opinion to its ending, stating the series will be "well-remembered for seasons to come" and "kept us all fixated and eagerly anticipating every episode set to air".[39]

Meanwhile, the manga has sold 400,000 copies in Japan as of May 2, 2018.[40]

Awards and nominations

At Newtype Anime Awards 2018, Shigeto Koyama was awarded Best Mechanical Design, with Zero Two and the series itself being runners-up for Best Female Character and Best TV Anime respectively.[41]

Year Award Category Recipient(s) Result 2018 Newtype Anime Awards[42] Best TV Anime Darling in the Franxx Runner-up Best Character (Male) Hiro Nominated Best Character (Female) Zero Two Runner-up Best Voice Actor Yūto Uemura (Hiro) Nominated Yūichirō Umehara (Goro) Nominated Best Voice Actress Haruka Tomatsu (Zero Two) Nominated Best Theme Song Kiss of Death by Mika Nakashima Nominated Best Soundtrack Asami Tachibana Nominated Best Director Atsushi Nishigori Nominated Best Screenplay Atsushi Nishigori and Naotaka Hayashi Nominated Best Character Design Masayoshi Tanaka Nominated Best Mechanical Design Shigeto Koyama Won 2019 Crunchyroll Anime Awards[43] Best Opening Sequence Kiss of Death by Mika Nakashima Won See also
  • Gurren Lagann
  • Mecha anime and manga
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion
  1. ^ A-1 Pictures' subsidiary Kōenji Studio rebranded to CloverWorks during production.[3][4]
  2. ^ Miniature klaxosaurs (few meters large) are called "Conrad" level, originally from Conrad discontinuity named after Austria-Hungarian seismologist Victor Conrad.[13]
  3. ^ Midsize klaxosaurs (dozens of meters large) are called "Mohorovičić" level, originally from Mohorovičić discontinuity named after Croatian seismologist Andrija Mohorovičić.[13]
  4. ^ Giant klaxosaurs (hundreds of meters large) are called "Gutenberg" level, originally from Core–mantle boundary named after German seismologist Beno Gutenberg.[13]
  5. ^ The largest klaxosaur class as of episode 15, spanning kilometers, originally from Lehmann discontinuity named after Danish seismologist Inge Lehmann.[13]
  6. ^ It has a nickname of "Steel maiden".[13]
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External links
  • Official website (in Japanese)
  • Darling in the Franxx (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
  • Crunchyroll's Darling in the Franxx webpage
  • MyAnimeList's Darling in the FranXX webpage
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  • Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches (2014–2015)
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan (2016)
  • Monster Strike: A Rhapsody Called Lucy -The Very First Song- (2017)
  • Monster Sonic! D'Artagnan's Rise to Fame (2017)
  • Lost Song (2018)
  • Terra Formars: Earth Arc (2018)
  • Love and Lies (2018)
  • Blade of the Immortal -Immortal- (2019)
  • Midnight Occult Civil Servants (2019)
  • New Initial D the Movie (2014–2016)
  • Cardfight!! Vanguard: The Movie (2014)
  • Monster Strike The Movie (2016)
as Ultra Super Pictures
  • Harmonie (2014)
  • Monster Strike (2015–2016)
  • Monster Strike: Mermaid Rhapsody (2016)
  • Monster Strike: An Encore of Continuance- Pandora's Box (2016)
  • Monster Strike: Rain of Memories (2016)
  • Monster Strike The Movie (2016)
Video games
  • Project X Zone (2012)
  • Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time (2017)
  • Indivisible (2019)
  • v
  • t
  • e
Works by CloverWorksTelevision series
  • Slow Start (2018)
  • Darling in the Franxx (2018)
  • Persona 5: The Animation (2018–2019)
  • Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai (2018)
  • DAKAICHI -I'm being harassed by the sexiest man of the year- (2018)
  • Ace Attorney Season 2 (2018–2019)
  • Fairy Tail (2018–2019)
  • The Promised Neverland (2019)
  • Fate/Grand Order - Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia (2019)
  • The Promised Neverland Season 2 (2020)
Feature films
  • Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dreaming Girl (2019)
  • Her Blue Sky (2019)
  • Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend Fine (2019)
  • Persona 5: The Animation - Proof of Justice (2019)
  • Persona 5: The Animation - A Magical Valentine's Day (2019)
  • A-1 Pictures
  • Aniplex



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