Monogatari (物語, "Story") is a Japanese light novel series written by Nisio Isin and illustrated by Vofan. The plot centers on Koyomi Araragi, a third-year high school student who survives a vampire attack and finds himself helping girls involved with a variety of apparitions, deities, ghosts, beasts, spirits, and other supernatural phenomena, which often serve as proxies for their emotional and mental issues.
Monogatari Series Chronological Order Kizumonogatari Nekomonogatari: Kuro Bakemonogatari Nisemonogatari Monogatari Series – Mayoi Jiangshi Monogatari Series – Shinobu Time Owarimonogatari (First Season) – Shinobu Mail Monogatari Series – Tsubasa Tiger Owarimonogatari (First Season) – Ougi Formula, ...
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The Monogatari Series consists of a complicated timeline, both in terms of release order of the light novels and anime series, as well as chronologically. There are five main seasons in which the books/anime adaptations are organized: First Season, Second Season, Final Season, Off Season, and Monster Season. Each season has its own "monogatari" installments, and each installment has its own arcs, usually ranging from 1 - 7 arcs per installment.
Since the release of Bakemonogatari, the first part of Monogatari series, this unique show has been splitting the community in two parts, one side being the Monogatari fans, like myself, who threat it like a rare philosophical gem of the anime universe, and the other side which sees it as just another harem show that tries to cover the fanservice with some 'random' philosophy.
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Bakemonogatari (化物語) is the anime adaptation of Bakemonogatari, the first part of the Monogatari Series light novels. It is the first adaptation from Japanese animation studio Shaft. It is directed by Akiyuki Shinbo and Tatsuya Oishi, and written by Fuyashi Tō. The series started airing on July 3rd, 2009 in Japan.
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Cover of the Bakemonogatari Blu-ray box set, released in 2011. The Monogatari Japanese anime television series is based on the light novel series of the same name, written by Nisio Isin with illustrations by Vofan. The anime is directed by several directors and produced by the animation studio Shaft. The series debuted with Bakemonogatari and aired 12 episodes between July 3 and September 25, 2009, on the Tokyo MX television station.
Shaft Studio is known for adapting unusual methods for the narratives of animes shows and ‘Monogatari’ is the finest example of that. It heavily relies on its dialogues to portray the entire plot of the anime. This can even cause a lot of discomfort to viewers who are seeing something like this for the first time.
Bakemonogatari. Koyomi Araragi, a third-year high school student, manages to survive a vampire attack with the help of Meme Oshino, a strange man residing in an abandoned building. Though being saved from vampirism and now a human again, several side effects such as superhuman healing abilities and enhanced vision still remain.