Angel Beats! (2010)

Knockin' on Heaven's Door 

The Afterlife Battlefront engages an army of shadow monsters in one final, all-out battle while Yuri seeks the computer stronghold of the unknown Programmer.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Yuzuru Otonashi (voice)
Harumi Sakurai ...
Yuri Nakamura (voice)
Kana Hanazawa ...
Kanade 'Angel' Tachibana (voice)
Ryohei Kimura ...
Hinata (voice)
Ayato Naoi (voice)
Shun Takagi ...
Noda (voice)
Yuuki Masuda ...
Fujimaki (voice)
Eiichiro Tokumoto ...
Matsushita (voice)
Yumiko Kobayashi ...
Ooyama (voice)
Fuko Saito ...
Shiina (voice) (as Fuko Saito)
Michael Rivas ...
TK (voice)
Chie Matsuura ...
Hisako (voice)
Kana Asumi ...
Irie (voice)
Emiri Kato ...
Sekine (voice)
Hiroki Touchi ...
Char (voice)


As some voluntarily choose obliteration, others stay to fight the shadow monsters. As a battle rages, Yuri continues down into old Guild territory, looking for the computer nest of the Programmer who has been turning soulless students (NPC's) into shadow monsters. With fresh shadow monsters oozing from every crack, she figures she must be getting close. Finally, joined by Otonashi, Hinata, Naoi and Angel, she reaches the secret computer room where she encounters a mysterious youth and a chance to become - God. Written by statmanjeff

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19 June 2010 (Japan)  »

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This episode is named after a 1973 song by Bob Dylan. See more »


Hinata: You definitely had an attitude problem, though.
Ayato Naoi: I do NOT have an attitude problem! How dare you say that to God!
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