Platinum End is a supernatural fantasy anime based on the Japanese manga series of the same name written by Tsugumi Ohba and drawn by Takeshi Obata. The series follows an ordinary teenager named Mirai Kakehashi who loses his parents in a tragic accident at a young age. When he later moves in with his relatives, the protagonist realizes that they are not only abusive, but also have an ulterior motive to let him live with them.
When he reaches middle school, Mirai has no will to live anymore and decides to kill himself on graduation day. Unexpectedly, however, he is saved by an angel named Nesse, who gives him supernatural abilities and makes him one of many candidates who fight for succession as the god of the world. The series was first released on October 8, 2021. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming episode.
Platinum End Episode 6 release date
Episode 6 of Platinum End, titled Two Painful Options, is slated to premiere in Japan on November 12, 2021. It airs on TBS, BS11 and other channels at different times. Signal MD animated the series, with Hideya Takahashi leading the directing team (first course) and Shinichi Inotsume leading the writing team.
The fantasy series will have two courses spanning 24 episodes. Kouji Oodate is responsible for the character design, while Masahiro Tokuda composed the series music. Band-Maid sang the opening theme song Sense, and Yuu Miyashita sang the ending theme song Kofuku-Ron (Theory of Surrender).
Where can I watch Platinum End Season 1 online?
Funimation has licensed Platinum End for streaming outside of Asia. If you have a subscription, you can watch the latest episodes here. The series is on too VRV and Crunchyroll available. In the Scandinavian countries, fans can go to ‘Platinum End’ Wakanim see.
Platinum End Episode 6 spoilers
In episode 5, Nesse confronts Metropoliman with what he did to the other God aspirants. She warns him that he will never be able to kill her god aspirant as she will always take care of him. She makes a moving appeal to Metropoliman for him to become aware of his crimes, but he is glad he managed to take out three other competitors and it is only a matter of time before they will all be at his mercy. Nesse swears that her candidate for God will eventually kill the evil adversary, but Metropoliman is not intimidated by her words, even though she is an angel of special rank.
As the crowd begins to leave the stadium after the gruesome killing of the three heroes, Saki and Mirai join them to make sure they are not recognized. Later, when the protagonist meets his Guardian Angel, he talks about his inability to fight and laments the unjustified murders that happened before his eyes. Ravel encourages both Mirai and Saki that they still have time. Meanwhile. Metropoliman knows that he only has to kill eight candidates to become God. In episode 6, Mirai will be forced to make a difficult decision that will radically change his chances of becoming the next god.