Blue Period Review 2021 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online
June 7, 2023

Blue Period Review 2021 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online

Blue Period Review 2021 Tv Show
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Blue Period Review 2021 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online

Blue Period is an anime that shows us the life of the students while they pursue their dreams. It is adapted from Kodansha’s seinen manga magazine. The series has more than ten volumes. As of September 2021, there are eleven tankobon volumes. Tsubasa Yamaguchi has written and illustrated Blue Period. This series started in August 2017 as a part of Kodansha’s magazine (monthly afternoon) issue.

It was released on June 24, 2017, in the magazine. As discussed already, till September 2021, eleven volumes have come out. The anime adaptation for this manga was announced in January 2021. While the anime debuted on Netflix on September 25, 2021, it also came on TBS, MBS, and various other channels on October 2, 2021. Outside Japan, Netflix will stream this series, with new episodes coming every Saturday. On Netflix (outside Japan), the series began on October 9, 2021.

Yatora Yaguchi is the main protagonist of the series; he is an intelligent student but has his own set of problems like frustration and loneliness. One day, suddenly, Yaguchi’s interest developed in the art club of his school. This inspired him to paint. Ryuji becomes friends with Yaguchi, and he helps him in the art club. Both young individuals decided to apply at Tokyo University of the Arts. In his second year, Yaguchi met Maru Mori.

They both prepared together for the Tokyo University of the Arts exam. Yaguchi liked to please and make everyone happy around him, but this seriously impacted him. He stopped showing his true emotions. Yaguchi is fond of studying, but he also sometimes gets stressed and then cries. This moment of sadness makes him realize what lies truly in his heart. His expectations quite burden him to succeed. Yaguchi went on a trip with Ayukawa one day and showed his true self to him. Yaguchi also becomes friends with Koigakubo.

Review of Episode 1 of Blue Period

The year at the school is about to end very soon, and the boys have a sudden realization of this fact. Sumida asks Yatora if he has decided on his career. Yuka, a hot girl in the school, passes by and grabs the attention of all the boys. Yatora is left completely spellbound and speechless. Yuka’s friend is calling her out and is asking her to stop. The boys dispersed- some went to class and the others to learn the art.

Yataro, having no interest in art, falls asleep in the class. Nurikabe remembers that the teacher had told all the students to draw. After the class was over, all went to the library where also Yataro was sleeping. Sumida had a conversation regarding the pictures. Nurikabe asks Yatora for a cigarette.

The boys were having their own conversation where they were discussing Yuka. According to one of them, she was like a landscape with her own softness. Yators is lost in his own dreams, completely unaware of the ongoing conversation. Their teacher came and overheard the whole conversation about Yuka. He asks Yataro about his girlfriend. Then the teacher teaches them some tricks. After leaving school, Yataro has a conversation with his mother and then leaves for his room.

When did Blue Period Episode 1 Come Out?

Blue Period’s episode 1 came out on September 25, 2021, at 12:00 a.m. on Netflix. The anime will be seen on the screen for the first time as earlier it was just in the manga.

Release Date of Episode 2 of Blue Period

Episode 2 of Blue Period came on October 2, 2021. Yataro had written something in his diary. He is too shy to tell that. On the next day, he sees a beautiful painting and falls in love with art.

Where can You Watch Episode 2 of Blue Period?

Episode 2 can be streamed on Crunchyroll and Funimation at 1:25 a.m. JST. If you live outside Japan then, you can wait for the episode to get released on Netflix. New episodes of this series will come every Saturday on the OTT giant Netflix.

Where can You Watch Blue Period?

Blue Period can be streamed on Netflix and other platforms. For more updates regarding upcoming anime and movies, stay tuned to our website.

Blue Period Review 2021 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online