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Wolf Girl and Black Prince

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(Ōkami Shōjo to tướng Kuro Ōji)
GenreRomantic comedy
Written byAyuko Hatta
Published byShueisha
English publisher
  • NA: Viz Media

MagazineBessatsu Margaret
Original runOctober 25, 2011May 13, 2016
Anime television series
Directed byKen'ichi Kasai
Produced byShunsuke Nara
Hiroyuki Kiyōno
Yūji Kikukawa
Shūichi Kitada
Fumihiko Kimura
Akinori Omata
Written bySawako Hirabayashi
Music byGo Sakabe
StudioTYO Animations
Licensed by
  • AUS: Madman Entertainment

  • NA: Sentai Filmworks

Original networkTokyo MX, ytv, BS11, CTV
Original run October 5, năm trước December 21, 2014
Episodes12 + OVA
Live-action film
Directed byRyūichi Hiroki
Produced byShinzō Matsuhashi
Tadaaki Kitajima
Written byYukiko Manabe
Music byHiroko Sebu
StudioPlus D
ReleasedMay 28, 2016
Runtime116 minutes

Wolf Girl and Black Prince (オオカミ少女と黒王子, Ōkami Shōjo to tướng Kuro Ōji) is a Japanese shōjo manga series written by Ayuko Hatta. It was adapted into a drama CD in 2013.[1] In năm trước, the May issue of Shueisha's Bessatsu Margaret magazine announced that an anime television had been green-lit.[2] The anime aired from October 5 to tướng December 21, năm trước. Sentai Filmworks has licensed the series.[3] The anime stares with Erika falling in love with her fake boyfriend, Black Prince Kyoya and must khuyến mãi with him refusing to tướng accept his feelings for her.


Erika Shinohara is a high school student who desperately wants to tướng fit in a clique ví she would not become lonely. However, because her clique consists of girls who have boyfriends, she has to tướng resort to tướng tell lies about having one herself. To make them more authentic, Erika takes a photo of a random guy in the street. Unfortunately, the guy, Kyoya Sata, turns out to tướng be the most popular boy from her school. Erika asks him to tướng pretend to tướng be her boyfriend, which he agrees to tướng under one condition: that she become his "Wolf Girl" by acting lượt thích a pet to tướng him.

To her dismay, Erika discovers that Kyoya is far more dark-hearted phàn nàn the "princely" personality he feigns towards others; he frequently gives snarks, insults, and generally has a cynical view of the world. Despite this, Erika is slowly attracted and eventually falls in love with him. Kyoya in turn softens and finds out that he is attracted to tướng her as well, something that is cemented when Erika quits being the Wolf Girl after a misunderstanding, which he responds by "promoting" her to tướng become his actual girlfriend.

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Erika and Kyoya go through their high school years as a couple while having to tướng face many challenges, including love rivals for each other, misunderstandings, and jealousy. They also learn to tướng understand and change for the benefit of each other. In the process, they befriend three people who size a part of a group: Erika's self-reliant best friend, Ayumi Sanda; Kyoya's hot-blooded best friend, Takeru Hibiya; and the flamboyant Nozomi Kamiya, who becomes their classmate during their second year. Near the kết thúc of the series, the couple also have to tướng face the truth of a long-distance relationship when Erika has to tướng move to tướng Kyoto to tướng attend a vocational school for glass making; the two ultimately decide on working it out somehow.

Seven years after graduation, the group have attained each of their preferred professions, with Erika herself becoming a glass maker. She has also married Kyoya, with whom she has a daughter, Yuina.


Kyōya Sata (佐田 恭也, Sata Kyōya)
Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai (anime and drama CD) Played by: Kento Yamazaki
The main male protagonist of the series. At the beginning, when Erika suggested her idea of faking lovers, Kyōya agrees to tướng it with a "Prince Charming" attitude. However, shortly after, he blackmails, torments and makes her his "dog". Gradually, he starts to tướng genuinely care for her and becomes jealous whenever she gets close to tướng other guys. He also develops a protective attitude towards her. As the series continues, the story shifts focus from Erika to tướng him, as he realizes his actual feelings for her and she is not there just to tướng "pass time". He is actually more of tsundere hiding under the disguise of a sadist. Once Kyōya learns he could lose Erika to tướng Yū, he goes after her during their date and confesses his feelings for her. Kyōya also has an older sister who more or less shares his sadistic tendencies, and a fun-loving, rather hare-brained mother.
Erika Shinohara (篠原 エリカ, Shinohara Erika)
Voiced by: Kanae Itō (anime and drama CD) Played by: Fumi Nikaidō
The main female protagonist of the series. Erika often tells tall tales about her having a boyfriend and takes a photo of a random guy to tướng show as proof. However, the guy turns out to tướng be Kyoya Sata, who also goes to tướng her school. After some pleading, he agrees to tướng pretend to tướng be her boyfriend under the condition she become his "pet dog." She eventually falls for him, despite his cruel attitude towards her and desperately tries to tướng win his affection.
Ayumi Sanda (三田 亜由美, Sanda Ayumi)
Voiced by: Ai Kayano (anime and drama CD) Played by: Mugi Kadowaki
Known also as San-chan, Sanda is a short-haired girl and initially the only one of Erika's friends to tướng know the "fake boyfriend" situation. She is the complete opposite of Erika, being mature, self-reliant, and quiet. She is also the classmate of Kyouya during their first year. Though Sanda had a short interest in Kyoya, she considers her friendship with Erika to tướng be more important phàn nàn her crush. Later into the series, she also becomes close to tướng Takeru.
In the film adaptation, Sanda studies in a separate, all-girls, school from Erika, making her a stranger to tướng Kyoya.
Takeru Hibiya (日比谷 健, Hibiya Takeru)
Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya (anime and drama CD) Played by: Ryusei Yokohama
Kyōya's best friend from middle school who is inheriting his family's cafe business. He is a hot-blooded man with a simple and clear personality. He fully supports Erika and Kyoya's relationship, being relieved Kyoya is finally able to tướng befriend someone other phàn nàn himself. Later, Takeru becomes close to tướng Sanda, which initially causes Nozomi's jealousy, as he thinks their and Erika and Kyoya's relationships will make him the only single in their group.
Marin Tachibana (立花 マリン, Tachibana Marin)
Voiced by: Mariya Ise (anime and drama CD) Played by: Tina Tamashiro
One of Erika's friends.
Aki Tezuka (手塚 愛姫, Tezuka Aki)
Voiced by: Mikako Komatsu (anime and drama CD) Played by: Elaiza Ikeda
One of Erika's friends. She is dating Hajime Mukai, who is several years older phàn nàn her. Late to tướng the series, Mukai makes plans to tướng move to tướng Italy, initially causing both him and Tezuka to tướng decide to tướng kết thúc the relationship after the summer ends. However, with Erika and Kyoya's encouragement, Tezuka decides to tướng move with him after her high school graduation despite her parents' protests.
Nozomi Kamiya (神谷 望, Kamiya Nozomi)
Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (anime and drama CD) Played by: Nobuyuki Suzuki
Nozomi is a super flashy guy and belongs in the same year as Kyouya and Erika. Also, he is a sort of a playboy type. He can easily remember the names he just acquainted to tướng, especially đáng yêu girls name. When he first sees Kyōya, Nozomi believes he is the same as himself, even when he learns Kyōya and Erika are dating. He tries to tướng get him to tướng come around to tướng his way of thinking. It is no fun being held down by one girl. However, Kyōya refuses and says how pointless it is to tướng have meaningless flings with various girls, causing Nozomi to tướng give up. He also decided he should find someone special to tướng him as Erika is to tướng Kyōya. Since then, he becomes a part of their group and even briefly becomes worried he will become the "third wheel" after finding out Takeru and Ayumi are attracted to tướng each other.
In the film adaptation, Nozomi's personality is combined with Yoshito Kimura, a minor character who wants to tướng date Erika just ví he can get his revenge at Kyoya. Because of this, he never befriends Erika nor becoming a part of her group.
Yū Kusakabe (日下部 憂, Kusakabe Yū)
Voiced by: Ayumu Murase (anime) Played by: Ryo Yoshizawa
An unconfident and shy outcast, deemed a "coward" by Kyōya. Erika becomes friends with him after discovering under his quiet exterior is also an earnest, kind-hearted person. He started to tướng develop feelings for Erika, causing him to tướng dislike the way Kyōya treats Erika. He and Erika go on a date and attempt to tướng become romantically close, but she confesses she still likes Kyouya. He kindly accepts this and warns Kyouya not to tướng hurt her again. Eventually, he dates Edano.
Yoshito Kimura (木村 良人, Kimura Yoshito)
Voiced by: Nobunaga Shimazaki (anime and drama CD)
A boy in Erika's grade. He tries to tướng get Erika to tướng fall in love with him to tướng get revenge on Kyōya for "attracting" his girlfriend, which fails. He seldom makes appearances afterward, where he is revealed to tướng have dated another girl.
In the film adaptation, though Kimura does not appear, his role is combined with Kamiya.
Atsuma Fujikawa (藤川 敦, Fujikawa Atsuma)
Atsuma, nicknamed "Atsu", is Marin's boyfriend. He is cheerful and pixie-like, surprising Erika when she first meets him, as she always thought of him as a "cool guy". Atsu accompanies Marin on a double date with Erika and Kyoya. When thugs bully him and Marin, he chickens out, which disappoints Marin and makes her consider breaking up with him. However, with Kyoya's advice, he stands up against the thugs despite being unprepared, impressing Marin and rejuvenating her love.
Kitamura (北村)
Voiced by: Shintarō Asanuma
Kitamura is Erika's bespectacled homeroom teacher from her second year until graduation. He is stern and dislikes the playfulness of Erika's group, though at the kết thúc of the series he gets permission for the class to tướng hold a ball before graduation ceremony.
Reika Sata (佐田 怜香, Sata Reika)
Voiced by: Mai Nakahara Played by: Nanao
Reika is Kyōya older sister who lives with their mother, Hitomi, in Kobe after their parents' divorce, where she attends university. She has the same personality as Kyoya does: cynical, derisive, and pessimistic, and the two often go out their way to tướng insult and snark at each other. Having becoming used to tướng seeing girls fawn over her brother due to tướng his handsome looks, she thinks Kyoya will never find a serious partner, initially making her dismissive of Erika. After seeing how close Kyoya had genuinely become towards Erika, Reika supports her and gets mad whenever Kyoya treats her badly.
Hitomi Sata (佐田 瞳, Sata Hitomi)
Voiced by: Aya Hisakawa
Hitomi is Kyoya and Reika's mother. After divorcing her husband, she moved to tướng Kobe, but only took Reika with her. Since then, she has felt guilty for abandoning Kyoya, who is forced to tướng live in a lonely environment as his father is constantly at work. Unlike her children, Hitomi is fun-loving and has a rather child-like personality, though she has a bad streak whenever she drinks alcohol.
Rena Fukami (深見 レナ, Fukami Rena)
Rena is Erika's maternal cousin. She is a senior middle school student during her first appearance. Kyoya tutors her for the high school entrance exam, something Rena is annoyed at since Kyoya always treats her lượt thích a child. When he saves her from a stuffy boyfriend, however, Rena falls in love with him and declares to tướng Erika she will become her "official rival". Nevertheless, Kyoya's constant dismissal of her, combined with his refusal to tướng leave Erika, causes Rena to tướng drop her pursuit. She is later revealed to tướng have successfully entered the same public school as Erika and Kyoya.
Yukari Kasai (河西 紫, Kasai Yukari)
Kasai is a classmate of Erika and Kyoya during their senior high school year. She volunteers for the position of female organizer for the field trip to tướng Hokkaido and has to tướng work together with Kyoya, who is picked as the male organizer. She is no-nonsense and serious about her choice, criticizing Erika when she wants her to tướng give her position to tướng her just ví she can be with Kyoya. While she claims to tướng have no interest in Kyoya, she views his relationship with Erika as rather dysfunctional and urges Kyoya to tướng consider breaking up with her. She accepts his refusal to tướng vì thế ví, however, and settles her differences with Erika amicably afterwards.
Kouichi Terasaki (寺崎 孝一, Terasaki Kōichi)
Terasaki is Erika's middle school friend and the only boy to tướng have confessed to tướng her before she met Kyoya. She nicknames him "Terapon" and he in turn calls her "Nikuman". Back then, Terasaki was rather portly, but since Erika's rejection he has worked out to tướng become slimmer. Erika meets Terasaki again during her senior year while looking for a part-time job in a DVD rental, where he also works in. Despite being estranged for over three years, Terasaki still harbors feelings for Erika and stubbornly tells her to tướng break up with Kyoya, whom he deems insensitive and to tướng become his girlfriend instead. He is rather forceful in his flirtation towards her, such as deliberately kissing her when he catches her off-guard. When she once again rejects him, he hits her and is ready to tướng vì thế ví again when she firmly states her loyalty to tướng Kyoya. He is only restrained from doing ví again by Kyoya, who beats him up and tells him to tướng stay away from Erika. Before the couple leave, Terasaki wishes their relationship crumble ví Erika will know her choice is wrong.
Erika's father (エリカの父, Erika no chichi) and mother (エリカの母, Erika no haha)
Erika's nuclear family consists of a father and mother. Erika's father is an ordinary office worker with a passion for yakuza films, while her mother is a homemaker with the same childish personality as Erika. While they are present in early chapters, they vì thế not play significant roles until late in the series. Erika's father catches Kyoya leaving Erika's room late one evening, who had been looking after her since she was ill and had fallen asleep while doing ví, causing Kyoya to tướng make a quick embarrassed leave. After this, he and Erika's mother invite Kyoya for dinner ví they can learn more about him. There, Erika's father, who becomes jealous of Kyoya stealing Erika away from him, goes into a tantrum while drinking alcohol and drives him to tướng leave dinner early. Afterwards, however, he properly apologizes to tướng Kyoya and accepts he is a good guy. Later, when Erika has made up her mind to tướng study glass making, her mother briefly becomes infuriated as she thinks she is not serious. After realizing she is serious about her career choice, she calms down and contacts her sister-in-law, Eiko, to tướng take up Erika under her tutelage.
Hajime Murai (村井 肇, Murai Hajime)
Murai is Tezuka's adult boyfriend. He often lends his siêu xe to tướng take Tezuka and her friends home page after school, but is unseen until late to tướng the series, where he goes with Tezuka, Marin, Erika, and Kyoya to tướng a camping trip of their senior year. Tezuka reveals she is going to tướng break up with Murai because he is about to tướng relocate to tướng Italy, a choice the two have settled with. However, when Erika and Kyoya advise them not to tướng suddenly part ways, Tezuka decides to tướng follow Murai after graduation.
Eiko is Erika's paternal aunt who lives in Kyoto with her husband, Shinichi, and young son, Kei. She works as a glassware maker and once sent a glass as a gift for Erika's family. Erika visits her sometime after the Bon Festival of her third year to tướng see a display she puts up for the festival. Eiko introduces Erika to tướng the world of glass making, which she quickly develops a passion for it. Erika later determines glass making as her focus after graduation and is offered to tướng study in Kyoto's vocational school while simultaneously learning under and helping Eiko with her business.



Written and illustrated by Ayuko Hatta, Wolf Girl and Black Prince was serialized in Shueisha's Bessatsu Margaret magazine from October 25, 2011, to tướng May 13, năm 2016. The series' chapters were collected in sixteen tankōbon volumes.[4]

At Thủ đô New York Comic Con 2022, Viz Media announced that they licensed the series for English publication.[5]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 October 25, 2011[6]978-4-08-846715-3May 9, 2023[7]978-1-9747-3752-9
2 January 25, 2012[8]978-4-08-846742-9July 11, 2023[9]978-1-9747-3753-6
3 April 25, 2012[10]978-4-08-846768-9September 12, 2023[11]978-1-9747-4051-2
4 August 24, 2012[12]978-4-08-846819-8November 14, 2023[13]978-1-9747-4133-5
5 December 25, 2012[14]978-4-08-846870-9January 2, 2024[15]978-1-9747-4299-8
6 May 25, 2013[16]978-4-08-845046-9March 5, 2024[17]978-1-9747-4330-8
7 September 25, 2013[18]978-4-08-845101-5May 7, 2024[19]978-1-9747-4570-8
8 December 25, 2013[20]978-4-08-845145-9
9 April 11, 2014[21]978-4-08-845190-9
10 September 25, 2014[22]978-4-08-845266-1
11 November 25, 2014[23]978-4-08-845301-9
12 April 24, 2015[24]978-4-08-845381-1
13 August 25, 2015[25]978-4-08-845431-3
14 November 1, 2015[26]978-4-08-845483-2
15 April 25, 2016[27]978-4-08-845540-2
16 May 25, 2016[28]978-4-08-845577-8


An anime television series adaptation aired in nhật bản between October 5, năm trước, and December 21, năm trước. Produced by Shueisha, Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation, VAP, TYO Animations and Yomiuri-TV Enterprise, the series is directed by Ken'ichi Kasai, with Sawako Hirabayashi handling series composition, Maki Fujioka designing the characters and Gō Sakabe composing the music. The opening theme is "LOVE GOOD TIME" by SpecialThanks and the ending theme is "Wolf Heart" (オオカミハート) by Oresama. It ran for 12 episodes.[29]

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Crunchyroll streamed the series,[30] while Sentai Filmworks has licensed the series.[3] After the acquisition of Crunchyroll by Sony Pictures Television, Wolf Girl and Black Prince, among several Sentai Filmworks titles, was dropped from the Crunchyroll streaming service on March 31, 2022.[31]

Live-action film[edit]

A live-action film adaptation directed by Ryūichi Hiroki premiered in Japanese theaters on May 28, năm 2016.[33] It grossed US$10,639,039 at nhật bản box office.[34]


The manga has sold over 2.4 million copies as of April năm trước.[35] The 7th volume reached the number four place on the Oricon weekly manga chart in the week of September 23–29, 2013, with 102,872 copies sold.[36]


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External links[edit]

  • Official anime trang web (in Japanese)
  • Ookami Shoujo to tướng Kuro Ouji at Shueisha (in Japanese)
  • Wolf Girl and Black Prince (manga) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia