O Maidens in Your Savage Season

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O Maidens in Your Savage Season
Cover of O Maidens in Your Savage Season volume 1 by Kodansha
荒ぶる季節の乙女どもよ。
(Araburu Kisetsu no Otome-domo yo)
GenreComing-of-age[1]
Manga
Written byMari Okada
Illustrated byNao Emoto
Published byKodansha
English publisher
ImprintShōnen Magazine Comics
MagazineBessatsu Shōnen Magazine
DemographicShōnen
Original runDecember 9, 2016September 9, 2019
Volumes8
Anime television series
Directed by
  • Masahiro Andō
  • Takurō Tsukada
Produced by
  • Airi Sawada
  • Morio Kitaoka
  • Hiroyuki Aoi
Written byMari Okada
Music byMoe Hyūga
StudioLay-duce
Licensed by
Original networkMBS, TBS, BS-TBS, AT-X
Original run July 5, 2019 September 20, 2019
Episodes12
Television drama
Directed by
  • Mai Sakai
  • Aya Igashi
  • Keita Mizunami
Written byMari Okada
Music byMasaru Yokoyama
Original networkMBS, TBS
Original run September 8, 2020 October 28, 2020
Episodes8
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O Maidens in Your Savage Season (Japanese: 荒ぶる季節の乙女どもよ。, Hepburn: Araburu Kisetsu no Otome-domo yo) is a Japanese manga series written by Mari Okada and illustrated by Nao Emoto. It was serialized in Kodansha's shōnen manga magazine Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine from December 2016 to September 2019, with its chapters collected in eight tankōbon volumes. The manga is licensed in English by Kodansha USA.

An anime television series adaptation produced by Lay-duce was broadcast on MBS's Animeism programming block from July to September 2019. A live-action television series adaptation was broadcast from September to October 2020.

Characters[edit]

Kazusa Onodera (小野寺 和紗, Onodera Kazusa)
Voiced by: Hiyori Kono[2] (Japanese); Brittney Karbowski[3] (English)
Portrayed by: Anna Yamada[4]
Sugawara's friend and Izumi and Momoko's childhood friend. Since childhood, she has been in love with Izumi, but all this time she was afraid to take a step forward, while the mockery of more popular classmates did not motivate her to be more active in an attempt to attract his attention. However, as the story progresses, she notices that Izumi is clearly sexually attracted to Sugawara’s outstanding beauty and tenderness.
Niina Sugawara (菅原 新菜, Sugawara Niina)
Voiced by: Chika Anzai[2] (Japanese); Natalie Rial[3] (English)
Portrayed by: Tina Tamashiro[4]
Kazusa's friend, a melancholic girl who the guys call a "crane" because of her fragile beauty. Initially, Niina ignores the boys because of a harassment experience in her childhood but gradually begins to develop feelings for Izumi because of his caring and kindness. Thus, her loyalty to her friend and their common love of one boy quickly becomes one of the main conflicts of the story. She gets along well with Momoko, who quickly becomes her friend because of her adoration and unconscious romantic feelings for Sugawara.
Momoko Sudō (須藤 百々子, Sudō Momoko)
Voiced by: Momo Asakura[2] (Japanese); Juliet Simmons[3] (English)
Portrayed by: Mei Hata[4]
A shy girl and best friend of Kazusa. Initially, she, like other girls, begins to be interested in relationships with guys, but as the story progresses, she is becoming more and more aware of her desire and interest in other girls, that the first time she perceives as a simple misunderstanding of the reasons for the girl's interest in guys. Subsequently, she begins to develop a one-sided crush on Sugawara, whose potential feelings for Izumi are causing her deep depression.
Rika Sonezaki (曾根崎 り香, Sonezaki Rika)
Voiced by: Sumire Uesaka[2] (Japanese); Avery Smithhart[3] (English)
Portrayed by: Mayū Yokota[4]
The president of a literary club, a tall, prudish girl who is ashamed of her interest in the opposite sex because of her strict upbringing and serious nature. Nevertheless, in spite of her purism, she gets the most healthy relationship with guys compared to other girls. Over time she comes to realize that romantic affection and sexual attraction are not the same thing, thus she begins to lower her guard and starts a relationship with Shun Amagi.
Hitoha Hongō (本郷 ひと葉, Hongō Hitoha)
Voiced by: Tomoyo Kurosawa[2] (Japanese); Elissa Cuellar[3] (English)
Portrayed by: Shuri Tanaka[4]
A mysterious short girl who writes novels, including erotica. She maintains a relationship as Hitoto-san with Milo-san in an online adult chatroom. When her publisher describes her first novel as if it was written by a virgin 40-year-old man, she decides to gain sexual experience and arranges to meet up with Milo, discovering his identity as a member of the school faculty.
Izumi Norimoto (典元 泉, Norimoto Izumi)
Voiced by: Shimba Tsuchiya[2] (Japanese); Blake Jackson[3] (English)
Portrayed by: Mizuki Inoue
Kazusa's childhood friend and the subject of interest from her and Sugawara. A kind and caring young guy, he doesn't have any sexual experience or knowledge about love in general, therefore his problems with the differentiation of love and sexual attraction quickly become the cause of a love triangle and a conflict between him and two girls.
Tomoaki Yamagishi (山岸 知明, Yamagishi Tomoaki)
Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama[5] (Japanese); Gareth West[3] (English)
Portrayed by: Yuki Furukawa
A young male teacher who is blackmailed into being the advisor for the Literature Club by Hitoha, in the absence of their former advisor and imminent disbanding. He is given the nickname Milo-sensei by Hitoha and is called by that nickname by the rest of the club. Hitoha later seems to develop a relationship with him that he is highly reluctant.
Shun Amagi (天城 駿, Amagi Shun)
Voiced by: Yūya Hirose[5] (Japanese); Gabriel Regojo[3] (English)
Portrayed by: Oshiro Maeda
A boy infatuated with Sonezaki even when her class looked down on her.
Hisashi Saegusa (三枝久, Saegusa Hisashi)
Voiced by: Shunsuke Sakuya[5] (Japanese); Wesley Whitson[3] (English)
Portrayed by: Shingo Tsurumi
A famous director, who also works in acting classes for little children, including one Sugawara attended.
Sonoe Jūjō (十条 園絵, Jūjō Sonoe)
Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu[5] (Japanese); Alicia Beard[3] (English)
A gyaru girl who Sonezaki detests, however she becomes friendlier to Sonezaki over time.
Satoshi Sugimoto (杉本 悟, Sugimoto Satoshi)
Voiced by: Natsuki Hanae[5] (Japanese); Leraldo Anzaldua[3] (English)
Portrayed by: Shunji Tagawa
A boy who attends the same cram school as Momoko and tries to start a relationship with her.

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

O Maidens in Your Savage Season, written by Mari Okada and illustrated by Nao Emoto, was serialized in Kodansha's shōnen manga magazine Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine from December 9, 2016, to September 9, 2019.[6][7] Kodansha collected its chapters in eight tankōbon volumes, released from April 7, 2017, to October 9, 2019.[8][9]

In North America, the manga was licensed for English release by Kodansha USA.[10] The eight volumes were published from April 23, 2019, to November 3, 2020.[11][12]

Volumes[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 April 7, 2017[8]978-4-06-395905-5April 23, 2019[11]9781642128475
2 August 9, 2017[13]978-4-06-510108-7June 18, 2019[14]9781632368195
3 December 8, 2017[15]978-4-06-510546-7August 20, 2019[16]9781632368201
4 April 9, 2018[17]978-4-06-511203-8October 15, 2019[18]9781632368508
5 August 9, 2018[19]978-4-06-512182-5December 17, 2019[20]9781632368515
6 December 7, 2018[21]978-4-06-513480-1February 18, 2020[22]9781632369178
7 July 9, 2019[23]978-4-06-515723-7August 18, 2020[24]9781632369185
8 October 9, 2019[9]978-4-06-516789-2November 3, 2020[12]9781632369925

Anime[edit]

An anime television series adaptation was announced on November 30, 2018. The series was animated by Lay-duce and directed by Masahiro Andō and Takurō Tsukada, with Mari Okada handling series composition, and Kaori Ishii designing the characters.[25] Moe Hyūga composed the music.[26] The series aired from July 5 to September 20, 2019, on the Animeism programming block on MBS, TBS, and BS-TBS, as well as AT-X.[2][5] CHiCO with Honeyworks performed the series' opening theme song "Otome-domo yo" (乙女どもよ), while Momo Asakura performed the series' ending theme song "Yume Cinderella" (ユメシンデレラ).[27] Sentai Filmworks has licensed the series worldwide excluding Asia, Germany, France, and Australia.[1] In Southeast Asia and South Asia, Muse Communication holds the show's rights.[28]

Episodes[edit]

No. Title Directed by Original air date
1"The Taste of Her Pork Miso Soup"
Transliteration: "Tonjiru no aji" (Japanese: 豚汁の味)
Takurō TsukadaJuly 5, 2019 (2019-07-05)
2"Es Ee Ecks"
Transliteration: "Esuibatsu" (Japanese: えすいばつ)
Tōru YoshidaJuly 12, 2019 (2019-07-12)
3"Willy's Real Rear Wheel"
Transliteration: "Basu gasu bakuhatsu" (Japanese: バスガス爆発)
Takashi KumazenJuly 19, 2019 (2019-07-19)
4"The Purpose of Books"
Transliteration: "Hon to iu sonzai" (Japanese: 本という存在)
Takurō Tsukada
Shōta Hamada
July 26, 2019 (2019-07-26)
5"Things That Changed Before We Knew It"
Transliteration: "Watashi o shiranu aida ni kaeta mono" (Japanese: 私を知らぬ間に変えたもの)
Shigeru FukaseAugust 2, 2019 (2019-08-02)
6"Maidens in the Woods"
Transliteration: "Otome wa mori no naka" (Japanese: 乙女は森のなか)
Daisuke KuroseAugust 9, 2019 (2019-08-09)
7"Jiggling, Then, After"
Transliteration: "Yure, no, sono saki" (Japanese: 揺れ、の、その先)
Miki SakaibaraAugust 16, 2019 (2019-08-16)
8"Legend of Love"
Hodaka KuramotoAugust 23, 2019 (2019-08-23)
9"The Orange Fox's Lilies"
Transliteration: "Kitsunenokamisori" (Japanese: キツネノカミソリ)
Hayato SakaiAugust 30, 2019 (2019-08-30)
10"Holes"
Transliteration: "Ana" (Japanese: )
Takashi KumazenSeptember 6, 2019 (2019-09-06)
11"Inappropriate Conduct Between the Sexes is Now Forbidden"
Transliteration: "Danjo kōsai kinshirei" (Japanese: 男女交際禁止令)
Kobayashi TakatsuguSeptember 13, 2019 (2019-09-13)
12"The Colors of the Hearts of Maidens"
Transliteration: "Otomegokoro no iroiro wa" (Japanese: 乙女心のいろいろは)
Takurō Tsukada
Masahiro Andō
Miki Sakaibara
September 21, 2019 (2019-09-21)

Drama[edit]

A live-action television series adaptation was announced on July 9, 2020.[29] On July 30, 2020, the main cast list and the production crew was announced, as well as that the series would be premiered on MBS and TBS on September 8, 2020.[4]

Episodes[edit]

No. Original air date
1September 9, 2020 (2020-09-09)
2September 16, 2020 (2020-09-16)
3September 23, 2020 (2020-09-23)
4September 30, 2020 (2020-09-30)
5October 7, 2020 (2020-10-07)
6October 14, 2020 (2020-10-14)
7October 21, 2020 (2020-10-21)
8October 28, 2020 (2020-10-28)

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