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Not Normal Arc: The Junk Food of Despair for Racing through Youth (疾走する青春の絶望ジャンクフード 非日常編) is the eleventh episode of Danganronpa: The Animation, the anime adaptation of the video game Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc.
Naegi and the others are forced to participate in an awkward classroom trial for a victim they don't know anything about. Naegi is convinced that Monokuma is plotting something, but what? And why is Kirigiri trying to paint him as the culprit?
- For episode screencaps, see: Danganronpa: The Animation - Episode 11/Image Gallery
After conducting their investigation, during which Byakuya Togami has Makoto Naegi investigate Kyoko Kirigiri's room, the class trial begins. Byakuya accuses Kyoko, who has no alibi, but she curiously brings up evidence that effectively negates Makoto's alibi. After ruling out a faked stab wound, along with multiple wounds from days ago, as causes of deaths, Byakuya points out a locker key found in Kyoko's room, which opens a locker in the archery room containing steel arrows that could be used as a blunt instrument. Although this appears to be contradicted by the fact Byakuya had the key to Kyoko's room the entire time, Makoto considers the possibility that Kyoko could have used the key she stole from Monokuma.
Deciding to believe in Kyoko and not reveal the key, Makoto questions that something is wrong about the trial. However, Monokuma suddenly declares an abrupt end to the trial, declaring Makoto to be the culprit. Makoto is placed on a conveyor belt leading to a crusher, but he is miraculously saved thanks to a virus left behind by Alter Ego and falls safely into a garbage dump below. Sometime later, Kyoko throws herself down the garbage chute to aid Makoto, providing him with food and a means of escape. Kyoko explains how Makoto would've been the victim had she not saved him from the assailant, with the trial a set-up to get either her or Makoto out of the picture. Whilst making their way up a giant ladder, Kyoko states she had regained some of her memories, revealing herself to be the Ultimate Detective, who came to Hope's Peak Academy to see her father, the headmaster, who she is not on good terms with.
Arriving back at the academy, Makoto and Kyoko confront Monokuma, offering to settle things in an all-or-nothing class trial, in which they must not only deduce Mukuro Ikusaba's murderer but also solve all the mysteries surrounding Hope's Peak Academy. Reuniting with the others and given the entire academy to examine, Makoto prepares for the final investigation, the final class trial and the final battle between Hope and Despair.
|Monokuma (モノクマ)||Makoto Naegi (苗木 誠)|
|Nobuyo Ōyama |
|Megumi Ogata |
|Aoi Asahina (朝日奈 葵)||Byakuya Togami (十神 白夜)|
|Chiwa Saitō |
|Akira Ishida |
|Kyoko Kirigiri (霧切 響子)||Touko Fukawa (腐川 冬子)|
|Yōko Hikasa |
Franciska Friede (Volume 1-3)
Johanna Dost (Volume 4)
|Miyuki Sawashiro |
|Yasuhiro Hagakure (葉隠 康比呂)|
|Masaya Matsukaze |
Opening & Ending
|Opening||Never Say Never||Composer||Masafumi Takada|
|Ending||Zetsubōsei: Hero Chiryōyaku||Performer||Soraru|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Funimation: Danganronpa the Animation English Cast Announcement (April 4th, 2015)
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 synchronkartei: Danganronpa: The Animation dub cast
| Danganronpa: |
|Episode 01 • Episode 02 • Episode 03 • Episode 04 • Episode 05 • Episode 06 • Episode 07 • Episode 08 • Episode 09 • Episode 10 • Episode 11 • Episode 12 • Episode 13|
| Danganronpa 3:|
The End Of
|Future Arc||Episode 01 • Episode 02 • Episode 03 • Episode 04 • Episode 05 • Episode 06 • Episode 07 • Episode 08 • Episode 09 • Episode 10 • Episode 11 • Episode 12|
|Despair Arc||Episode 01 • Episode 02 • Episode 03 • Episode 04 • Episode 05 • Episode 06 • Episode 07 • Episode 08 • Episode 09 • Episode 10 • Episode 11 • Hope Arc|
|Other||Super Danganronpa 2.5: Komaeda Nagito to Sekai no Hakaimono • Monokuma Gekijō|