|Daily Lives of High School Boys|
(Danshi Kōkōsei no Nichijō)
|Genre||Comedy, slice of life|
|Written by||Yasunobu Yamauchi|
|Published by||Square Enix|
|Original run||May 21, 2009 – September 27, 2012|
|Anime television series|
|Directed by|| Shinji Takamatsu |
Ai Yoshimura (assistant)
|Produced by||Kakeru Tanaka|
|Written by||Shinji Takamatsu|
|Music by||Audio Highs|
|Original network||TV Tokyo, AT-X, Bandai Channel, TVA, TVO, Niconico|
|Original run||January 9, 2012 – March 26, 2012|
|Episodes||12 + 6 specials|
|Directed by||Daigo Matsui|
|Produced by||Kazuhisa Ōhata|
|Written by||Hiroyuki Omine|
|Music by||Yūta Mori|
|Released||October 12, 2013|
Daily Lives of High School Boys (Japanese: 男子高校生の日常, Hepburn: Danshi Kōkōsei no Nichijō) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yasunobu Yamauchi. The manga was serialized in Gangan Online and was released in seven manga volumes between May 21, 2009 and September 27, 2012. A twelve-episode anime series produced by Sunrise aired between January 9 and March 26, 2012. The anime was licensed by NIS America for release in North America and Hanabee Entertainment in Australia. A live-action film directed by Daigo Matsui was released by Showgate in Japan on October 12, 2013.
The story revolves around the daily lives of three schoolboy friends; Tadakuni, Hidenori Tabata and Yoshitake Tanaka of Sanada North Boys High school and their various interactions with other students of and around their school and their coming of age endeavors.
The manga was first published by Square Enix in the web magazine Gangan Online on May 21, 2009 and ended its run on September 27, 2012. It was later compiled into seven tankōbon volumes and published between February 22, 2010and September 27, 2012. The ending is different from the anime.
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An anime adaptation produced by Sunrise and directed by Shinji Takamatsu was announced in October 2011and premiered on TV Tokyo on January 9, 2012. This was followed by later airings on AT-X, Bandai Channel, TVA, TVO and online streaming on Niconico. The series was later released on six Blu-ray and DVD volumes in Japan between April 3 and September 4, 2012 and included special bonus episodes along with the episodes that were streamed on Niconico prior to the television premiere of the anime. The series was also licensed by NIS America. The company released the series in its entirety with English subtitles on a two-disc Blu-ray premium edition package on August 6, 2013. Hanabee Entertainment also announced that they had licensed the anime for release in Australia. This was followed by a DVD release on July 31, 2013. Hulu eventually picked the series up for online streaming in the United States in 2013. Funimation added the series to their catalogue via a partnership with NIS America in April 15, 2021 for USA, Canada, UK & Ireland.
Daily Lives of High School Boys uses three pieces of theme music: one insert song, one opening theme and one closing theme. The insert song is "Capsule" by Mix Speakers, Inc and was used in episode three. The main opening theme for all episodes is "Shiny tale" by Mix Speakers, Inc "O-hi-sama" (おひさま, lit. "Sun") by Amesaki Annainin. The original ending theme was supposed to be "Hikizan" (引き算, lit. "Subtraction") by Jinkaku Radio. However the song was quickly pulled after the band made inappropriate remarks concerning the series on their blog which poked fun at the manga, stating "About that Daily Lives of High School Boys thing ... the manga is actually pretty boring (lol)". The band's lead vocalist had also previously posted inappropriate remarks about voice actress Yui Horie. This later prompted an apology by Jinkaku Radio—vowing to show more "self-restraint" on social media along with cancellation of the sales of "Subtraction" and other scheduled events.while the ending theme is
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A live-action film adaptation produced by Showgate and directed by Daigo Matsui was announced in April 2013 and released on October 12, 2013.The cast includes Masaki Suda as Tadakuni, Shūhei Nomura as Yoshitake and Ryo Yoshizawa as Hidenori. The film follows an original story with the boys of Sanada North holding a joint school festival with the neighboring all-girls high school. Director Matsui remarked that he had spent his high school years in an all-boys school himself and identified with the Daily Lives so much that he began looking at the boys' logic objectively. This made him feel "sad and embarrassed" and felt as though he made a documentary of his own life at the end of filming. The film was released by Pony Canyon on Blu-ray and DVD in Japan on March 19, 2014.
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