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Kuroko's Basketball

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Kuroko's Basketball, known in Japan as Kuroko no Basket 黒子のバスケ, is a Japanese sports manga series written and illustrated by Tadatoshi Fujimaki The English rendering The Basketball Which Kuroko Plays also appears in the artwork of the Japanese version It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from December 2008 to September 2014, with the individual chapters collected into 30 tankōbon volumes by Shueisha It tells the story of a high school basketball team trying to make it to the national tournament

By April 2014, Kuroko's Basketball had 27 million copies in circulation It was adapted into an anime television series by Production IG that began airing in 2012, with a second season that began airing in October 2013 and a third season that began airing in January 2015 A sequel manga by Fujimaki titled Kuroko's Basketball: Extra Game 黒子のバスケ EXTRA GAME began serialization in Jump Next! on December 29, 2014 Viz Media has licensed the manga for publication in North America An anime film adaptation of the Kuroko's Basketball: Extra Game manga will premiere in Japan on March 18, 2017


  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Media
    • 21 Manga
    • 22 Anime
    • 23 Light novels
    • 24 Audio CDs
    • 25 Video games
  • 3 Reception
    • 31 Controversies
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links


Main article: List of Kuroko's Basketball characters

The basketball team of Teiko Middle School rose to distinction by demolishing all competition The regulars of the team became known as the "Generation of Miracles" After graduating from middle school, these five stars went to different high schools with top basketball teams However, a fact few know is that there was another player in the "Generation of Miracles": a phantom sixth man This mysterious player is now a freshman at Seirin High, a new school with a powerful, if little-known, team Now, Tetsuya Kuroko – "the sixth member of the "Generation of Miracles", and Taiga Kagami – a naturally talented player who spent most of middle school in the US, aim to bring Seirin to the top of Japan and begin taking on Kuroko's former teammates one by one The series chronicles Seirin's rise to become Japan's number one high school team The rest of the Generation of Miracles include Ryota Kise, Shintaro Midorima, Daiki Aomine, Atsushi Murasakibara and Seijuro Akashi

Seirin High team fought Ryota Kise's team first in a practice match Although Kise was capable of copying all of Kagami skills with added strength and speed, Kuroko's abilities helped narrow the distance and eventually, Seirin won this game They then met Shintaro Midorima in the preliminaries of Interhigh The game was much more difficult, not only because Midorima and the last 3 members of "Generation of Miracles" are considerably stronger than Ryota Kise, but also Kuroko's ability of misdirection was completely shut down by Takao's Hawk Eyes They managed to defeat team Midorima but their winning streak ended after they lost badly to the Ace of "Generation of Miracles" - Daiki Aomine After this game, they lost some more and are finally out of Interhigh

The team trained for the next Winter Cup, and in the preliminaries they met team Midorima again This match ended into a tie, so Seirin need to defeat team Kirisaki Daichi After a hard match, they won and gained a ticket to the Winter Cup

In the first round, with the awakening of Kagami and the sacrifice of Kuroko, they finally defeated Daiki Aomine In the quarter-final, Seirin won a tough match against the team of the Center of "Generation of Miracles" - Atsushi Murasakibara They are set to play against their original rival - the team of Ryota Kise in semi-final An extremely hard match against the power of Perfect Copy, Seirin won and came to the final The final was where Seirin must fight team Rakuzan - the Emperor, team Captain of the "Generation of Miracle" - Seijuro Akashi The game ended with Seirin High victory and they were announced as this year's champion



Main article: List of Kuroko's Basketball chapters

Written and illustrated by Tadatoshi Fujimaki, Kuroko's Basketball was serialized in the manga anthology Weekly Shōnen Jump from December 2008 to September 1, 20144 The chapters were collected and published into 30 tankōbon volumes by Shueisha, the first on April 3, 2009 and the last on December 4, 201456 Fujimaki began a sequel titled Kuroko's Basketball: Extra Game in Jump Next! on December 29, 201478 At their New York Comic Con panel, North American publisher Viz Media announced their license to the manga9 They will release the series in 2-in-1 editions, beginning in 2016


Main article: List of Kuroko's Basketball episodes

An anime adaptation based on the manga is produced by Production IG10 The series premiered on April 7, 2012 and ended on September 22, 2012 On April 5, 2012, Crunchyroll announced that they would simulcast the anime as part of their spring lineup of anime titles As of September 22, 2012, the anime ended with a total of 25 episodes The second season premiered on October 6, 20131112 and ended on March 29, 2014, also with 25 episodes The third season premiered on January 10, 201513 and ended on June 30, 2015, with a total of 25 episodes Three compilation films that compiled the anime series' Winter Cup arc opened in Japan in 2016 The first compilation film opened on September 3, 2016, titled Winter Cup Compilation ~Shadow and Light~, the second compilation film opened on October 8, 2016, titled Winter Cup Compilation ~Beyond the Tears~, and the third compilation film opened on December 3, 2016, titled Winter Cup Compilation ~Crossing the Door~14

An animated film adaptation was announced at the KuroBas Cup 2015 event on September 20, 20151516 The film, titled Kuroko's Basketball The Movie: Last Game, will adapt the Kuroko's Basketball: Extra Game manga17 It is scheduled for release in Japanese theaters on March 18, 20171819 The staff and cast from the previous seasons will return to reprise their roles in the film20

Light novelsedit

Five series of light novels have been written by Sawako Hirabayashi called Kuroko's Basketball: Replace and illustrated by Fujimaki21 Each light novel focuses on the members of the Generation of Miracles The first light novel Replace was released on March 4, 201122

Audio CDsedit

Main article: Kuroko's Basketball discography

The music for the Kuroko's Basketball anime series were directed by four different composers Ryosuke Nakanishi, R・O・N, and Alpha Eastman 21-25 were in charge of the first season23 while Yoshihiro Ike was in charge of the second season24

Video gamesedit

Three video games based on Kuroko's Basketball have been released The first game Kuroko's Basketball: Kiseki no Game 黒子のバスケ キセキの試合, Kuroko no Basuke Kiseki no Gēmu, Kuroko's Basketball: Miracle Game was released on August 9, 2012 for PlayStation Portable25 A second game Kuroko's Basketball: Shōri e no Kiseki 黒子のバスケ -勝利へのキセキ-, Kuroko's Basketball: The Path to Victory was released on February 20, 2014 for the Nintendo 3DS26 Shōri e no Kiseki sold 45,681 copies in its first four days on sale27 A third game Kuroko's Basketball: Mirai e no Kizuna 黒子のバスケ 未来へのキズナ, Kuroko's Basketball: Bonds for the Future was released on March 26, 2015 for the Nintendo 3DS28 Kuroko also appears as a support character in the Jump crossover fighting game J-Stars Victory VS


The Kuroko's Basketball manga had sold nine million units in Japan by September 201229 As of 2013, the manga had sold over 23 million copies30 This number grew to 27 million by April 20144 Individual volumes frequently appeared on the lists of best-selling manga in Japan,3132 and many editions have been in the 2012 Top-Selling Manga333435 Kuroko's Basketball was the third highest selling manga series of 2013, with 8,761,081 copies sold in a year36 DVD sales of the anime series have also been featured in the Japanese anime DVD ranking various times373839


After the anime began airing in 2012, the series became popular with dōjinshi circles, particularly for yaoi dōjinshi, though there is no yaoi in the series itself Several events at which doujinshi of the series were to be sold, as well as several other locations linked to the series and the author Tadatoshi Fujimaki, including a television station airing the anime, a convenience store chain selling items of the series, and Fujimaki's alma mater Sophia University, received threatening letters containing a powder or liquid substance It is still unknown if it is one individual behind all the threatening letters, nor is the reason for the threats known4041 Multiple doujinshi events, including Comiket, banned content related to the series, barring creators from selling Kuroko's Basketball-themed doujinshi at their events42 The suspect, who was later revealed to be a 36-year-old man named Hirofumi Watanabe, was eventually caught and was arrested on December 15, 201343 Due to the loss of Kuroko's Basketball doujinshi because of the threats, there was a special event that specifically focused on doujinshi related to the series affectionately named Kuroket, organized by the Comic Market Preparatory Committee, held during the Comiket Special 6 – Otaku Summit 2015 on March 29, 201544 The event hosted approx 2400 dōjinshi circles45

See alsoedit

  • Anime and manga portal
  • Basketball portal
  • Slam Dunk manga


  1. ^ 黒子のバスケ ウインターカップ総集編 ~影と光~2016 Kuroko's Basketball Winter Cup Compilation ~Shadow and Light~ allcinema in Japanese Retrieved November 10, 2016 
  2. ^ 黒子のバスケ ウインターカップ総集編 ~涙の先へ~2016 Kuroko's Basketball Winter Cup Compilation ~Beyond the Tears~ allcinema in Japanese Retrieved November 10, 2016 
  3. ^ 黒子のバスケ ウインターカップ総集編 ~扉の向こう~ 2016 Kuroko's Basketball Winter Cup Compilation ~Crossing the Door~ allcinema in Japanese Retrieved December 8, 2016 
  4. ^ a b "Kuroko's Basketball Manga to End" Anime News Network Retrieved 27 August 2014 
  5. ^ 黒子のバスケ/1 Kuroko's Basketball/1 in Japanese Shueisha Retrieved March 2, 2013 
  6. ^ 黒子のバスケ30 Kuroko no Basket 30 in Japanese Shueisha 
  7. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball to Launch Sequel Manga in December" Anime News Network Retrieved October 9, 2014 
  8. ^ ""Kuroko's Basketball: EXTRA GAME" Manga Previewed" Crunchyroll Retrieved December 17, 2014 
  9. ^ "Viz Media Adds Kuroko's Basketball, Haikyuu, Yona of the Dawn manga" Anime News Network October 9, 2015 Retrieved October 9, 2015 
  10. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Manga Gets TV Anime Produced by IG" Anime News Network 2011-09-28 Retrieved 2011-09-28 
  11. ^ ""Kuroko's Basketball" Anime Return Dated" Crunchyroll 2013-08-28 Retrieved 2013-08-28 
  12. ^ "2nd Kuroko's Basketball Season Slated for October 5" Anime News Network Retrieved 29 August 2013 
  13. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Anime Gets 3rd Season" Anime News Network Retrieved May 28, 2014 
  14. ^ "Dates, Titles Revealed for Kuroko's Basketball's 3 Compilation Films" Anime News Network April 10, 2016 Retrieved April 10, 2016 
  15. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Anime Gets Film" Anime News Network September 20, 2015 Retrieved January 10, 2016 
  16. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Anime Gets Extra Game Film & 3 Compilation Films" Anime News Network March 2, 2016 Retrieved March 2, 2016 
  17. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Extra Game Film's Title Revealed" Anime News Network August 28, 2016 Retrieved August 29, 2016 
  18. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Film Adapting Extra Game Manga Reveals Visuals, Spring 2017 Debut" Anime News Network July 30, 2016 Retrieved July 30, 2016 
  19. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Last Game Anime Film Opens on March 18" Anime News Network November 21, 2016 Retrieved November 21, 2016 
  20. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Last Game Anime Film Reveals Teaser Visual, Story, Returning Staff" Anime News Network September 3, 2016 Retrieved September 3, 2016 
  21. ^ "黒子のバスケ –ReplaceⅤ- ふぞろいのエースたち" Kuroko's Basketball -Replace 5- The Uneven Aces in Japanese Shueisha Retrieved November 15, 2014 
  22. ^ "黒子のバスケ -Replace-" Kuroko's Basketball -Replace- in Japanese Shueisha Retrieved November 15, 2014 
  23. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Staff" in Japanese Archived from the original on 7 January 2013 Retrieved 16 February 2014 
  24. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Staff" in Japanese Retrieved 16 February 2014 
  25. ^ 黒子のバスケ キセキの試合 Kuroko's Basketball Kiseki no Game in Japanese Amazon Retrieved February 13, 2014 
  26. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball 3DS Game's 3rd Promo Streamed" Anime News Network Retrieved February 13, 2014 
  27. ^ Handrahan, Matthew 27 February 2014 "Knack beats Yakuza to Japanese number one" GamesIndustrybiz Gamer Network Retrieved 1 March 2014 
  28. ^ 黒子のバスケ 未来へのキズナ Kuroko's Basketball: Bonds for the Future in Japanese Amazon Retrieved May 23, 2015 
  29. ^ 人気漫画「黒子のバスケ」作者脅迫 2ちゃんねるに犯行を示唆する書き込み in Japanese MSN November 2, 2012 Retrieved March 2, 2013 
  30. ^ 「黒子のバスケ」「暗殺教室」が初版100万部突破! ジャンプ史上初の同時達成 in Japanese Yahoo! 2013-09-30 Retrieved 2013-11-28 
  31. ^ "Japanese Comic Ranking, February 4–10" Anime News Network February 13, 2013 Retrieved March 2, 2013 
  32. ^ "Japanese Comic Ranking, September 3–9" Anime News Network September 12, 2012 Retrieved March 2, 2013 
  33. ^ "Top-Selling Manga in Japan by Series: 2012 First Half" Anime News Network June 1, 2012 Retrieved March 2, 2013 
  34. ^ "10 Top-Selling Manga in Japan by Series: 2012" Anime News Network December 2, 2012 Retrieved March 2, 2013 
  35. ^ "50 Top-Selling Manga in Japan by Volume: 2012" Anime News Network December 2, 2012 Retrieved March 2, 2013 
  36. ^ "Top-Selling Manga in Japan by Series: 2013" Anime News Network 2013-12-01 Retrieved 2013-12-02 
  37. ^ "Japan's Animation DVD Ranking, October 29-November 4" Anime News Network November 7, 2012 Retrieved March 2, 2013 
  38. ^ "Japan's Animation DVD Ranking, November 19–25" Anime News Network November 27, 2012 Retrieved March 2, 2013 
  39. ^ "Japan's Animation DVD Ranking, October 22–28" Anime News Network October 31, 2012 Retrieved March 2, 2013 
  40. ^ "20+ Kuroko's Basketball-Linked Locations Receive Threats - News" Anime News Network Retrieved 2013-11-01 
  41. ^ "Japan's Manga-Hating Domestic Terrorist is Still at Large" Kotakucom 2013-10-31 Retrieved 2013-11-01 
  42. ^ "Comiket Loses 10 Million+ Yen Over Kuroko's Basketball Threats - News" Anime News Network 2012-12-24 Retrieved 2013-11-01 
  43. ^ "Suspect Arrested in Kuroko's Basketball Poison Threat Case" Anime News Network 2013-12-15 Retrieved 2014-06-28 
  44. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Doujinshi Event "Kuroket" to be Held By Comic Market" AnimeAnimeJp 2014-05-05 Retrieved 2014-06-28 
  45. ^ "開催のご報告 - 黒子のバスケオンリー同人誌即売会「くろケット」" cmkspjp Retrieved 2015-09-17 

External linksedit

  • Official website Japanese
  • Official Anime Website Japanese
  • Kuroko's Basketball manga at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
  • Kuroko's Basketball at the Internet Movie Database

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