DRAMAtical Murder - Netflix

Aoba lives on a small island off of Japan where he works part time at a junk shop. The most popular pastime on the island is a virtual online game called "Rhyme". Aoba is uninterested until he is forced into a Rhyme battle unexpectedly.

DRAMAtical Murder - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2014-07-07

DRAMAtical Murder - Kanako Itō - Netflix

Kanako Itō (いとう かなこ, Itō Kanako, born March 28, 1973) is a female Japanese singer from Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan. She has sung many songs that have appeared in video games and anime. One of her notable songs in games is “Kanashimi no Mukō e” (悲しみの向こうへ), the “bad end” ending theme to the visual novel School Days. Itō has also sung songs for a drama CD and anime adaptations of School Days. She has sung songs for the games Kikokugai: The Cyber Slayer, Saya no Uta, Demonbane, Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Matsuri, Chaos;Head, Chaos;Child, Steins;Gate, and Robotics;Notes, along with the anime series Please Twins!, Myself ; Yourself, Hatenkō Yūgi and Occultic;Nine. Her song “DD” on her single “A Wish For The Stars” has her singing in French. In April 2012, she made her American performance debut at Anime Boston. She returned to the United States for an appearance at Sakura-Con in 2015.

DRAMAtical Murder - Singles - Netflix

“Find the blue”, released May 7, 2008 “Find the blue” (Chaos;Head game opening theme) “Desire Blue sky” (Chaos;Head game ending theme) “Find the blue” (off vocal) “Desire Blue sky” (off vocal)

“Escape”, released February 22, 2007 “Escape” (Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Matsuri ending theme) “Friend” (Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Matsuri ending theme) “Escape” (off vocal) “Friend” (off vocal)

“Chaos Logic”, released November 28, 2012 “Chaos Logic” (Chaos;Head Noah PS3 game opening theme) “D.P.” (Chaos;Head anime Blu-ray box set theme) “Chaos Logic” (off vocal) “D.P.” (off vocal)

“A. R. / Star-Crossed”, released July 28, 2010 “A. R.” (Steins;Gate PC game image song) “Star-Crossed” (Starry Sky: in Spring PSP game ending theme) “A. R.” (off vocal) “Star-Crossed” (off vocal)

DRAMAtical Murder - References - Netflix