Ranked #3394

Kill Me Baby

Alternative Titles

English: Kill Me Baby
Synonyms: Baby, Please Kill Me.
Japanese: キルミーベイベー

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2012 to Mar 30, 2012
Premiered: Winter 2012
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: 4-koma manga
Genres: Comedy, School, Seinen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.961 (scored by 20,359 users)
Ranked: #33942
Popularity: #975
Members: 46,166
Favorites: 213
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Synopsis

Kill Me Baby is the touching story of Yasuna, a normal (?) high school girl, and Sonya, her best friend who happens to be an assassin. Unfortunately, little Sonya's trained assassin instincts often work against her and others in her daily high school life, as Yasuna's often-broken wrist can attest to. She just wanted a hug, but she ended up with a broken neck. Isn't it sad? No, it's hilarious.

Not even Yasuna's intense ninja training can prepare her for the exciting adventures in this explosive 4-panel manga adaptation.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Goshiki, Agiri
Goshiki, Agiri
Main
Takabe, Ai
Japanese
Takabe, Ai
Oribe, Yasuna
Oribe, Yasuna
Main
Akasaki, Chinatsu
Japanese
Akasaki, Chinatsu
Sonya
Sonya
Main
Tamura, Mutsumi
Japanese
Tamura, Mutsumi
Unused Character
Unused Character
Supporting
Kugimiya, Rie
Japanese
Kugimiya, Rie

Staff

Nakamura, Shinichi
Nakamura, Shinichi
Producer
Yamakawa, Yoshiki
Yamakawa, Yoshiki
Director
Aketagawa, Jin
Aketagawa, Jin
Sound Director
Aoi, Sayo
Aoi, Sayo
Episode Director

More episodes Episodes(0/13)

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Opening Theme

"Kill Me no Baby! (キルミーのベイベー!)" by Yasuna to Sonya (Chinatsu Akasaki & Mutsumi Tamura)

Ending Theme

"Futari no Kimochi no Honto no Himitsu (ふたりのきもちのほんとのひみつ)" by Yasuna to Sonya (Chinatsu Akasaki & Mutsumi Tamura)



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sciencewarrior
Jan 30, 2012
The funny thing about comedy series is that they either "click" with you or they don't. Some series, like Nichijou, may take a few episodes, but Kill Me Baby is a lot more immediate (or shallow, if you will.) In fact, the best way to decide if you want to watch this series is to watch a sketch or two. That's all there is to an episode of Kill me Baby: a rapid succession of 4-koma gags, directly translated to the screen.

Yasuno and Sonya don't get much in terms of characterization. They are the traditional vapid air-head and irritable straight man from manzai comedy. Agiri read more
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Valkqt
Feb 18, 2015
I remember watching a couple scenes out of context from Kill me baby on youtube months ago and to be fair, they were random enough to be funny. The characters were quirky and the situations were absurd, which is just what any comedy of this type needs to be succesful or at the very least enjoyable. It was immediately apparent as soon as I watched the very first episodes that I was wrong.

Kill me baby is the kind of series that sets a ridiculous premise and then never lives up to it, the kind of comedy that presents itself as completely demented and over-the-top but read more
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Feng9
Jan 13, 2012
J.C. Staff has taken anime to the next level. This time they may have outdone themselves on how cheaply an anime can be done. Though they're once again covering the niches of modern B-Type Moe anime, in this series it's clearly evident that they've either got a lot on their hands from other currently airing anime, or couldn't be bothered putting too much effort into it.

Starting with the OP, the only thing to say about it is that it's horrible. The tune isn't catchy, the singing is completely out of tune, the animation during the OP is average-mediocre, and the only three memorable words you read more
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Kokozord
Jan 13, 2012
Comedy is probably - no, it IS the most subjective genre in any kind of artistic entertainment. Writing a review for this kind of anime for isn't an easy task, as it can easily contain many personal opinions from the writer. As such, this review will mainly focus in the parts that don't need to be of the likes of the viewer in order to be rated positively or negatively.

While the main story ain't something bad, the main problem is that it ain't something new at all. We have our main funny-stupid highschool girl, a serious-antifun girl and a ... ninja. That said, being a read more
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