Prison School is a manga series created and illustrated by Akira Hiramoto that was serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine from 2011 until 2017.
Between July and September 2015, an anime adaptation of Prison School aired, followed by a live-action drama from October to December. With more than 13 million copies sold so far, fans are wondering if there could be another season.
At Hachimitsu Academy, an all-girls school that recently became coeducational, Kiyoshi Fujino is one of five boys to enroll. The strict academy has strict punishments; whenever a student commits even a minor infraction they are sent to prison for one month.
Kiyoshi’s friends Takehito Morokuzu (known as Gakuto), Shingo Wakamoto, an expert strategist; Jouji Nezu (a comic book enthusiast); and Reiji Andou (clumsy but charming) are the only male students among 1,000 girls at his school.
USC Vice President Meiko Shiraki, the head of the guards, frequently physically abuses them. Yet when she attempts to punish them for conspiring to enter a female-only bathing area, they seem to enjoy her abuse. Hana Midorikawa from the underground student council takes over guard duties briefly but dresses too modestly and is too violent for Kiyoshi’s liking; eventually she urinates on him when he attempts to discipline her for her behaviour.
Shingo Wakamoto is one of five new boys at Hachimitsu Academy, renowned for its strict rules and ban on dating. Along with Kiyoshi Fujino, Takehito “Gakuto” Morokuzu, Joji “Joe” Nezu, and Reiji “Andre” Andou–he are the only male students among 1,000 girls at this school that has notoriously harsh regulations that punish even minor infractions with prison time.
He is a composed, determined individual who shows no impulsivity when faced with hardship. Unlike his peers, he doesn’t let his desires get the better of him.
He is a member of the Underground Student Council, an organization responsible for managing the school’s prison. Additionally, he has an intense admiration for Mari Kurihara – President of this same Underground Student Council.
Prison School is a manga series that follows five boys as they embark on their mission to become inmates after spying on some girls in the school bathroom. Unfortunately, they quickly get in trouble and must spend one month inside the cell block.
Akira Hiramoto wrote and illustrated the manga series, Weekly Young Magazine for Kodansha from February 7, 2011 until December 25, 2017. The show has since been adapted into both an anime series as well as a live-action drama television series.
The first season of the anime ran from July to September 2015 and consisted of 12 episodes. Despite its success, its makers have yet to announce whether they plan to renew or cancel the show.
Jouji Nezu (Gen neJin du Rang ziyouErzi Nezu Jojii), commonly referred to as HideJoe, is the shortest and weakest member of five boys in Prison School. He gets them all caught out at the beginning and sent to prison where he spends most of his time trying to escape.
The anime series Prison School Season 2 is based on the original manga by Akira Hiramoto, published in Weekly Young Magazine since 2011. As of March 2018, Prison School manga had sold nearly 15 million copies worldwide.
The premiere season of Prison School introduced viewers to Kiyoshi Fujino and his four friends. As Tokyo’s most exclusive girl’s academy had decided to admit boys into their system, Kiyoshi soon received a final warning for doing so.
Andre Kosaka is the main protagonist of the manga series Prison School. He’s a deviant who engages in sexual acts with girls while they’re using the bathroom, leading to his expulsion from school.
His deviant behavior begins to shift as he becomes more sadistic and masochistic in order to please Meiko – this includes engaging in sexual activities.
Contrary to popular belief, sexual content is not just used for comedic effect; it also has real meaning. For instance, during an arm-wrestling match between Kiyoshi and Vice President Nakano, Kiyoshi gets knocked unconscious when he looks upon their vice president’s nipple.
This anime subverts the ecchi genre without shame, even if some scenes may seem over-the-top. Everything is done purposefully and with great attention to detail so as not to come off as gimmicky or silly.