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K: Missing Kings


Alternative Titles

English: K: Missing Kings
Synonyms: K (Movie), K-Project Movie, K-Project Sequel
Japanese: K MISSING KINGS

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 12, 2014
Licensors: Viz Media
Studios: GoHands
Source: Original
Duration: 1 hr. 13 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.961 (scored by 37,327 users)
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Ranked: #5722
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Popularity: #589
Members: 82,638
Favorites: 351
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Episodes: /1

Synopsis

It's been a year since the disappearance of Shiro, the Silver King; Kurou Yatogami and Neko have been diligent in their search, but to no end. Their investigation leads to a run-in with members of the now disbanded Red Clan HOMRA—Rikio Kamamoto and Anna Kushina—being pursued by the Green Clan, who desire Anna's powers for their own ends.

Now, the members of Scepter 4 are called upon alongside Kurou and Neko in order to rescue Anna, the mascot, and only female member of the ruined Red Clan, from the enemy's clutches and hopefully find Shiro using the young girl's powers. Amidst crisis, the group is forced into a power struggle when the Green Clan threatens to overtake the Gold King's domain.

The second step in the K Project series, K: Missing Kings, continues the story of a young boy caught up in a psychic war between seven kings, and showcases each character's struggles after the losses of their respective Kings.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

Background

The movie was first premiered in Singapore on July 5, 2014. Screening in Japanese theaters began on July 12, 2014.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Yatogami, Kurou
Yatogami, Kurou
Main
Ono, Daisuke
Japanese
Ono, Daisuke
Neko
Neko
Main
Komatsu, Mikako
Japanese
Komatsu, Mikako
Kushina, Anna
Kushina, Anna
Main
Horie, Yui
Japanese
Horie, Yui
Suou, Mikoto
Suou, Mikoto
Supporting
Tsuda, Kenjirou
Japanese
Tsuda, Kenjirou

Staff

Nakanishi, Go
Nakanishi, Go
Producer
Suzuki, Shingo
Suzuki, Shingo
Director, Storyboard, Character Design
Kanazawa, Hiromichi
Kanazawa, Hiromichi
Director, Storyboard
Takahashi, Yashichiro
Takahashi, Yashichiro
Script


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More reviewsReviews

Megane-hime
Jul 23, 2014
This is my second time reviewing on an anime so bare with me. I'm still getting used to this. When I had preordered the tickets for this movie I had no idea if it'd be a recap of the anime. To my surprise it wasn't! It actually continued from where the anime had left off. They did a very nice job continuing but also bringing back a few flashbacks to refresh your memory on what exactly happened in the anime.

Story: 7/10
Yes this movie was fabulous but the cliff hanger at the end. The story gave somewhat of a closure on what the anime read more
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Jeka-K
Apr 26, 2015
"All you ever do is cling on to things. You'll never be able to go anywhere unless you learn how to let go." Those are the words of the main antagonist of this film, Mishakuji Yukari. What do they mean? Are they true?

Bearing with the loss of their beloved King, the members of HOMRA disband and go their own ways, leaving Yata to spend lonely days at the bar watching old videos Totsuka had recorded, Rikio and Anna spending their days together, other members hanging out and avoiding the bar. However, how long will the peacefulness last?

Story: 8
This film was intended to be the closure read more
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Lue
May 1, 2015
After waiting a long time for the DvD release, I'm glad I wasn't disappointed.
You guys won't be disappointed either!

Continuing from the last arc of K: The Animation, the plot has gotten much bigger with the new characters.

Story 9/10:
Deep story, taking K: The Animation as a base, the love/hate relationships, including a shady king who makes a move on some other king. Can be a tear jerker for some people, while for the others it can pump you with adrenaline.


Art 11/10: (Yes, 11 out of 10)
At some certain points, you feel as if it's real life. Perfect art, no! Beyond perfect. Outstanding fights, graphics read more
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DazzlingDesserts
Jul 24, 2015
* Contain Spoilers, read at your own risk *


I personally had different expectations for this movie. As the first series ended, it left you on a cliff hanger. I was left with questions. Such as

• Where is Shiro? Will they find him?
• What happened to HOMRA?

And that is all. I felt like since they killed Mikoto off, they decided to add a new character for more drama. Felt very forced.

I believe they could of squeezed in 2 minutes of finding out of where Shiro is... and what happened to HOMRA in the last episode of the TV series. Rather than creating read more
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Poll: K: Missing Kings Episode 1 Discussion ( 1 2 3 )
Jiharo - Jul 5, 2014
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Is it true that K will have a 3rd season later this year? :O
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