Ranked #4807


Alternative Titles

English: 11 Eyes
Synonyms: 11eyes -Tsumi to Batsu to Aganai no Shoujo-
Japanese: イレブンアイズ


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 7, 2009 to Dec 23, 2009
Premiered: Fall 2009
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Doga Kobo
Source: Visual novel
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 6.571 (scored by 63,524 users)
Ranked: #48072
Popularity: #352
Members: 113,434
Favorites: 366
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When the Sky turns Red, the Moon turns Black, and monsters begin roaming the streets, Satsuki Kakeru is at a loss for what to do. Along with his best friend Yuka, they try to decipher why they have been sent to this strange world, which is seemingly empty aside from themselves.

However, when the "Red Night" ends, Kakeru and Yuka believed it was all a dream, until it happens again and they are left in a dangerous situation. They meet four others in the same predicament: Kusakabe Misuzu, an expert swordswoman, Tachibana Kukuri, a strange mute girl who looks uncannily like Kakeru's deceased sister, Hirohara Yukiko, a lively young girl whose personality reverts to that of a cold killer when her glasses are removed, and Tajima Takahisa, a young pyrokineticist.

As the six of them band together to survive and discover what this mysterious world is, things take a turn for the worse as six shadows appear before them...

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kusakabe, Misuzu
Kusakabe, Misuzu
Asakawa, Yuu
Asakawa, Yuu
Hirohara, Yukiko
Hirohara, Yukiko
Ichimura, Oma
Ichimura, Oma
Satsuki, Kakeru
Satsuki, Kakeru
Ono, Daisuke
Ono, Daisuke
Kanada, Aki
Kanada, Aki
Minase, Yuka
Minase, Yuka
Gotou, Mai
Gotou, Mai


Shimoda, Masami
Shimoda, Masami
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Sound Director
Sekijima, Mayori
Sekijima, Mayori
Kanemaki, Kenichi
Kanemaki, Kenichi
Script, Series Composition

More episodes Episodes(12/12)

Episode Title Aired
1 Red Night
Akai Yoru (赤い夜 Piros éjszaka)
Oct 7, 2009
2 The Girl in the Crystal
Suishou no Shoujo (水晶の少女 egy lány -ban kristály)
Oct 14, 2009
3 Lonely Pride
Kodoku na Hokori (孤独な誇り egyedülálló büszkeség)
Oct 21, 2009
4 A Smiling Mask
Kamen no Bishou (仮面の微笑 a doboz mögött maszk)
Oct 28, 2009
5 For Friends and Tomorrow
Tomo to Asu no Tame ni (友と明日のために barátoknak, holnapra)
Nov 4, 2009

Opening Theme

"Arrival of Tears" by Ayane

Ending Theme

"Sequentia" by Asriel

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Jan 29, 2010
11eyes, in the beginning, showed potential to be a "10" or "9" grade anime. Some shows went on and grew the beard. This one, on the other hand, devolved into something else. However, this wasn't exactly a devolution into the worst of the worst.

Story - 4/10

The anime showed pretty strong potential to be a very good supernatural themed story. The concept was used before. This did not discourage me from watching it though. One can use mediocre concepts and turn it into gold. I first saw this aspect as gold. This view, however, devolved and the story slowly but surely turned into something else: A read more
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Dec 30, 2009
What starts out as an interesting supernatural mystery/action romance quickly devolves into the "I'm the main character and only useful one" cliche with a such a feeble plot that anyone with critical thinking skills will be disgusted.

Story - 2/10
The plot is paper thin. High school kids are randomly transported to the Red Night, a red mirror world of danger and isolation, where they must fight for survival against random threatening things and, of course, the Black Knights. Although, it is explained later that these kids are "special", it is never explained why the kids, who'd lived lives of relative normalcy, are read more
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Dec 26, 2009
I hated this anime with a passion that can destroy cities. I am writing this review in hope to burn, char, and devour it in the forest of my mind and never have to remember it. The anime was based of an intuitive game by the creator "feng" of "Akane-iro no somaru saka" fame. If you know feng at all, you know that the anime adoptions of his games tend to suck. Suck hard. Let's begin.

Story: 4/10
The story starts out typical shonen and for 10 out of 12 episodes follows a formulaic episode set-up. Walk around the real world, red night, fight scene, return to read more
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Jan 23, 2010
11eyes could have been a not so bad anime if the plot was executed correctly. While it wasn't the most original, the premise wasn't half-bad either. Instead we get 12 episodes of pointless fan service, mediocre character development and massive plot holes.


It was actually hard to find a story within the first half of the show. In fact, it was nothing else than bunch of kids fighting the black knight for whatever reason. You didn't know why they were transported there and why the black knights were trying to kill them. Until you get to second half, it went down hill. I could read more
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Anime: ChäoS;HEAd
11eyes is basically the 2009 version of 2008's Chaos;head.

Each anime was based off a game. Both center around a male character who is surrounded by multiple girls who show up either near the beginning or middle of the series that have something to do with the general plot. Most of these girls can seem extremely innocent, but they're really someone totally different

Both males (Kakeru 11eyes, Takumi Chaos;head) already have a girl who is extremely close to them (Yuka who is Kakeru's childhood friend, and Nanami who is Takumi's younger sister). The male's each meet a girl who somehow knows something about  read more 
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Both follow male protagonists fighting in different dimension zones. Shakugan no Shana and 11eyes both have dark undertones to their plot. 
reportRecommended by neopode
Anime: Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi
The characters have similar personalities, the story line is chaotic and the art style very similar, not to mention they blend well. The series also have supernatural elements and the characters have some of the same powers. 
reportRecommended by Yemi_Hikari
Anime: Night Wizard
the crimson(red) night? The moon? the heroine? it's obvious. Yuka and Elis have similar personalities and how the male protagonist protects the female heroine....The magic are quite similar in a way, except that 11eyes is more newer with it's character design and animation compared to Night wizard, but you'll like both! 
reportRecommended by yuzuhara
Anime: Angel Beats!
I just got the same feel. One guy and girls with powers and/or guns fighting in a different world 
reportRecommended by kiona76
Anime: C³
the fights are pretty simular.
In C³ the people are the cursed objects, in 11eyes they are within the person.
A lot more. 
reportRecommended by Hououin-Kyoma

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