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K: Missing Kings is a 2014 Japanese animated film based on the K anime series. The movie takes place one year after the anime in the summer. The movie was released on July 12, 2014.

K: Missing Kings
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Directed byShingo Suzuki
Written byGoRA
Based onK
by GoHands
Music byMikio Endō
Distributed byMovic
Release date
July 12, 2014
Running time
73 minutes



On October 13, about a year after the events of the “Academy Island Incident” between four of the seven Kings, Silver Clansmen Kuroh Yatogami and Neko have been searching for their master, Yashiro Isana. Without finding any clues to his whereabouts, the two became disheartened. However, one day, they see HOMRA members Rikio Kamamoto and Anna Kushina being chased by someone.


Character Voice actor (Japanese) Voice actor (English)
Yashiro Isana Daisuke Namikawa Sam Regal
Kuroh Yatogami Daisuke Ono Matthew Mercer
Mikoto Suoh Kenjiro Tsuda Keith Silverstein
Neko Mikako Komatsu Stephanie Sheh
Reisi Munakata Tomokazu Sugita Patrick Seitz
Kotosaka Hiro Shimono Quinton Flynn
Misaki Yata Jun Fukuyama Ben Diskin
Dōhan Hirasaka Kaori Nazuka Cherami Leigh
Nagare Hisui Kazuyuki Okitsu Robbie Daymond
Saruhiko Fushimi Mamoru Miyano Johnny Yong Bosch
Yukari Mishakuji Masakazu Morita Chris Hackney
Seri Awashima Miyuki Sawashiro Carrie Keranen
Kukuri Yukizome Satomi Satō Janice Kawaye
Izumo Kusanagi Takahiro Sakurai Todd Haberkorn
Anna Kushina Yui Horie Colleen O'Shaughnessey
Rikio Kamamoto Yūichi Nakamura Grant George
Tatara Totsuka Yūki Kaji Lucien Dodge


On May 26, 2013, it was announced that there will be a sequel to the anime series in the form of a film.[1] The film had a worldwide premiere on July 5, 2014 at Anime Expo in Los Angeles, Japan Expo in Paris, and also select cinemas in Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan. In Japan, it premiered on July 12, 2014. In the US and Malaysia, it premiered on July 18, 2014 in selected theaters. It was released on Blu-ray and DVD on April 22, 2015. The English cast was revealed by Viz Media on October 7, 2016, and gained its North American release on March 14, 2017.



  1. ^ "K anime Movie Adaption Greenlit". Anime News Network. May 26, 2013.

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