Wolf Girl and Black Prince Songs Lyrics

Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji
Wolf Girl and Black Prince Songs Lyrics


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Wolf Girl and Black Prince Songs
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Anime Information

Title:Wolf Girl and Black Prince

Also Called:Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji


Released on year:2001

Released in:Fall

Num Episodes:178


Erika Shinohara firmly believes that the first two months of high school can shape one's life. In her pursuit of friendship, she befriends Marin Tachibana and Aki Tezuka, who engage in incessant discussions about their boyfriends. Feeling left out without a significant other, Erika resorts to fabricating a romantic relationship to fit in. Desperate to maintain her facade, she secretly captures a photo of a charming young man, hoping to pass him off as her boyfriend. However, her friends quickly recognize him as Kyouya Sata, a popular student at their school. Realizing that her deception may be exposed, Erika confronts Kyouya and opens up about her predicament. Initially, Kyouya's reaction appears surprisingly favorable, but a moment later, he nonchalantly demands that she behave like a dog. It is in this instant that Erika realizes the gravity of her mistake. However, driven by her desire for acceptance, she chooses to endure this unusual and potentially masochistic relationship. Will Erika be able to bear the burden of her lies while seeking a way out from the clutches of this unconventional dynamic, or will she discover hidden depths and genuine connection beneath Kyouya's puzzling demeanor? Additionally, this anime volume includes several captivating one-shots worth exploring: - Volume 2: "Junketsu Lullaby" - Volume 3: "Pierrot ja Nee yo" - Volume 8: "Kamatte-chan de Gomenasai!!" - Volume 11: "Kimi wo Suki ni Natta Riyuu" (The Reason I Love You)


The captivating world of Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji came to life in a mesmerizing Japanese live-action film, skillfully helmed by the talented director Ryuichi Hiroki and unveiled to eager audiences on May 28, 2016. This enchanting series has also found its way into the hearts of English-speaking readers as it is now being published by VIZ Media under the renowned Shojo Beat imprint. Brace yourself for the spellbinding tale of Wolf Girl and Black Prince, which has been enthralling audiences since its first English release on May 9, 2023.