Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace (乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace Ranpo Kitan Gēmu Obu Rapurasu, lit. Strange Tales of Rampo: Game of Laplace) is a Japanese anime television series produced by Lerche and directed by Seiji Kishi. The series aired on Fuji TV's Noitamina programming block from July 2 to September 17, 2015. The anime is inspired by the works of author Edogawa Ranpo and commemorates the 50th anniversary of his death in 1965.

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  • Rampo kitan: Game of Laplace (乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace, Ranpo Kitan Gēmu Obu Rapurasu) est une série d'animation japonaise en 11 épisodes produite par le studio Lerche et diffusée au Japon entre juillet 2015 et septembre 2015 sur Fuji TV, dans la case-horaire noitaminA. Elle est inspirée des œuvres d'Edogawa Ranpo et commémore le cinquantième anniversaire de sa mort, en 1965. (fr)
  • Ranpo kitan: Game of Laplace (乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace? lett. "Le misteriose storie di Ranpo: il gioco di Laplace") è una serie televisiva anime ispirata alle opere dello scrittore Ranpo Edogawa. Prodotta dallo studio Lerche per la regia di Seiji Kishi, è stata trasmessa nel contenitore noitaminA della Fuji TV tra il 2 luglio e il 17 settembre 2015. (it)
  • 『乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace』(らんぽきたん ゲーム・オブ・ラプラス)は、Lerche制作による日本のテレビアニメ。2015年7月から9月までフジテレビ・『ノイタミナ』枠にて放送された。 2015年7月に没後50年を迎える作家・江戸川乱歩の作品群を原案とし、設定を現代に移したオリジナルアニメ作品。 (ja)
  • 《亂步奇譚 Game of Laplace》(日语:乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace)是一部為了纪念作家江戶川亂步逝世50年的日本原創動畫,故事原案是以其作品群為中心並把設定改為現代。動畫於2015年7月3日開始播放。 (zh)
  • Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace (乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace Ranpo Kitan Gēmu Obu Rapurasu, lit. Strange Tales of Rampo: Game of Laplace) is a Japanese anime television series produced by Lerche and directed by Seiji Kishi. The series aired on Fuji TV's Noitamina programming block from July 2 to September 17, 2015. The anime is inspired by the works of author Edogawa Ranpo and commemorates the 50th anniversary of his death in 1965. (en)
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  • Key visual for the anime featuring the main protagonists, Akechi , Kobayashi , and Hashiba .
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  • The Caterpillar
  • A Desire for Transformation
  • A Glimpse into Hell
  • Shadow-Man
  • Strange Tale of Panorama Island, Part 1
  • Strange Tale of Panorama Island, Part 2
  • Terrifying Mistake
  • The Daydream
  • The Human Chair, Part 2
  • Twenty Faces
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  • 11 (xsd:integer)
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  • 11 (xsd:integer)
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  • 2015-07-02 (xsd:date)
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  • 乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace
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  • 地獄風景
  • パノラマ島綺譚
  • 二十面相
  • 人間椅子
  • 変身願望
  • 影男
  • 恐ろしき錯誤
  • 白昼夢
  • 芋虫
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  • 2015-09-17 (xsd:date)
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  • Masaru Yokoyama
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  • Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace
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  • 2015-07-09 (xsd:date)
  • 2015-07-16 (xsd:date)
  • 2015-07-23 (xsd:date)
  • 2015-07-30 (xsd:date)
  • 2015-08-06 (xsd:date)
  • 2015-08-13 (xsd:date)
  • 2015-08-20 (xsd:date)
  • 2015-09-03 (xsd:date)
  • 2015-09-10 (xsd:date)
  • 2015-09-17 (xsd:date)
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  • Jigoku Fūkei
  • Hakuchūmu
  • Panorama-tō Kitan
  • Henshin Ganbō
  • Imomushi
  • Kage Otoko
  • Nijū Mensō
  • Ningen Isu
  • Osoroshiki Sakugo
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  • Kagami tells his story about how he became the latest Twenty Faces. He once lived with his younger sister Tokiko that he cared for, but he would often come home late. He arrested a serial murderer named Sunaga, but Sunaga pleaded insanity and was admitted to a psychiatric clinic instead of being sent to prison. One day, Sunaga escaped the clinic and took revenge on Kagami by murdering Tokiko. Feeling betrayed by the law, Kagami took it upon himself to personally punish criminals who were not punished by the justice system, using the name and mask of a previous vigilante called Twenty Faces. Despite being arrested, he warns that Twenty Faces will live on. Elsewhere, someone wearing the Twenty Faces mask stabs Watanuki to death.
  • Akechi figures out that the deaths were caused by falling mannequins as a result of flimsy metal gears. Those gears were installed by Chiyoko, one of the park's engineers, to avenge her friend's death as a result of brutal conditions. After returning to Akechi's home, Akechi tells Kobayashi and Hashiba that he is determined to capture all of the Twenty Faces because his close friend Namikoshi started the Twenty Faces.
  • Kobayashi and Hashiba think about the logic behind the murder and conclude that the victims made into chairs had a romantic connection with the teacher. Kobayashi is cleared of suspicion when he points out that his fingerprints were only on the murder weapons and not the entire crime scene, which suggests that he was framed. Using these connections and a planted false clue, Kobayashi deduces that the murderer is a classmate named Hoshino, who explains that she had feelings for her teacher, but murdered him when he fell out of love with her and revealed he had feelings for Kobayashi instead.
  • Namikoshi puts his plan into motion as the Twenty Faces who have gathered at the Shinjuku Tower begin falling to their deaths in five-minute intervals with the media broadcasting the incident across the country. As Akechi makes his way to the tower, he is impeded by Twenty Faces sympathizer. Shadow-Man arrives to keep the sympathizers occupied while Hashiba arrives on a motorcycle to escort Akechi to the tower. At the tower, Namikoshi agrees to end the fallings and instead, he and Kobayashi fall with Akechi saving Namikoshi while Hashiba saves Kobayashi. However, Namikoshi willingly lets go of Akechi's hand to fall to his death. Some time later, a new case arrives for Akechi.
  • Akechi gets a phone call from the next Twenty Faces. The target is the medical doctor Munakata and the Twenty Faces is revealed to be Minami, whose brother was killed by him. Minami contaminated the food at an assembly Munakata was speaking at with the same chemical that killed her brother, but Akechi had replaced the food beforehand. However, Minami was just a diversion as Namikoshi, who Akechi believed to be dead, is the mastermind of the assassination. Munakata is killed by a falling chandelier, thus leading to a crushing defeat for Akechi.
  • Akechi is tasked with capturing a vigilante called Twenty Faces, who kills murderers who have not been brought to justice, finishing them in the same way they killed their victims. Akechi orders child-killer Watanuki to be released from prison as bait for Twenty Faces. Just when Twenty Faces is about to kill Watanuki, Akechi arrives to arrest him.
  • Akechi's next case is to capture a man who wears a bag on his head known as Shadow-Man, a thief who is accused of kidnapping several girls. Shadow-Man is revealed to be the benefactor of one of the missing girls, Sachiko; he stole in order to pay for Sachiko's medical treatment. Working with Shadow-Man to draw out the real kidnapper, Kobayashi disguises himself as a girl and gets kidnapped himself. It is revealed that the kidnapper is a fat man named Watanuki, who murdered several of the missing girls. Akechi and Kagami arrive on the scene to arrest him.
  • Examining the timing and methods of all the murders credited to Twenty Faces, Akechi and Kobayashi determine that Kagami was the third person to act as the infamous vigilante. Akechi receives a challenge suggesting that the fourth Twenty Faces is ready to strike again.
  • Namikoshi kidnaps Kobayashi and brings him to the Shinjuku Tower. There, he explains his background to Kobayashi. He was bullied by other kids and abused by his parents and teachers leading to his distrust of adults. Thus, he took the initiative to bring his abusers to justice by having them killed through a series of accidents he orchestrated. Back in the present, Namikoshi has gathered his team of Twenty Faces at the tower with the intent to die, while Twenty Faces sympathizers riot in the streets.
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  • Makoto Uezu
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  • Rampo kitan: Game of Laplace (乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace, Ranpo Kitan Gēmu Obu Rapurasu) est une série d'animation japonaise en 11 épisodes produite par le studio Lerche et diffusée au Japon entre juillet 2015 et septembre 2015 sur Fuji TV, dans la case-horaire noitaminA. Elle est inspirée des œuvres d'Edogawa Ranpo et commémore le cinquantième anniversaire de sa mort, en 1965. (fr)
  • Ranpo kitan: Game of Laplace (乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace? lett. "Le misteriose storie di Ranpo: il gioco di Laplace") è una serie televisiva anime ispirata alle opere dello scrittore Ranpo Edogawa. Prodotta dallo studio Lerche per la regia di Seiji Kishi, è stata trasmessa nel contenitore noitaminA della Fuji TV tra il 2 luglio e il 17 settembre 2015. (it)
  • 『乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace』(らんぽきたん ゲーム・オブ・ラプラス)は、Lerche制作による日本のテレビアニメ。2015年7月から9月までフジテレビ・『ノイタミナ』枠にて放送された。 2015年7月に没後50年を迎える作家・江戸川乱歩の作品群を原案とし、設定を現代に移したオリジナルアニメ作品。 (ja)
  • 《亂步奇譚 Game of Laplace》(日语:乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace)是一部為了纪念作家江戶川亂步逝世50年的日本原創動畫,故事原案是以其作品群為中心並把設定改為現代。動畫於2015年7月3日開始播放。 (zh)
  • Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace (乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace Ranpo Kitan Gēmu Obu Rapurasu, lit. Strange Tales of Rampo: Game of Laplace) is a Japanese anime television series produced by Lerche and directed by Seiji Kishi. The series aired on Fuji TV's Noitamina programming block from July 2 to September 17, 2015. The anime is inspired by the works of author Edogawa Ranpo and commemorates the 50th anniversary of his death in 1965. (en)
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  • Ranpo kitan: Game of Laplace (it)
  • Rampo kitan: Game of Laplace (fr)
  • 乱歩奇譚 Game of Laplace (ja)
  • 亂步奇譚 拉普拉斯的遊戲 (zh)
  • Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace (en)
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