Kingdom Characters

Kingdom Characters

Qiang Hui

Qiang Hui

He Liao Diao

He Liao Diao

Bajiou

Bajiou

Shi Shi

Shi Shi

Wang Qi

Wang Qi

Xin

Xin

Ying Zheng

Ying Zheng

You Tanwa

You Tanwa

Bai Guixi

Bai Guixi

Bi

Bi

Bi Hei

Bi Hei

Bi Tou

Bi Tou

Cai Ze

Cai Ze

Changwenjun

Changwenjun

Chi You Ba-san

Chi You Ba-san

Den Ei

Den Ei

Den Yuu

Den Yuu

Dong Mei

Dong Mei

En

En

Feng Ji

Feng Ji

Fu Hushen

Fu Hushen

Gang Luan

Gang Luan

Go Kei

Go Kei

Gong

Gong

Gongsun Long

Gongsun Long

Hairou

Hairou

Heikun Shou

Heikun Shou

Hou Ken

Hou Ken

Huang Li Xian

Huang Li Xian

Huang Nou

Huang Nou

Hyou Kou

Hyou Kou

Kaine

Kaine

Kan Ou

Kan Ou

Kou

Kou

Kyo Gai

Kyo Gai

Kyou Sei

Kyou Sei

Li Bai

Li Bai

Li Si

Li Si

Lian

Lian

Liao

Liao

Long

Long

Lu Buwei

Lu Buwei

Ma Gui

Ma Gui

Meng Wu

Meng Wu

Meng Yi

Meng Yi

Mou Ten

Mou Ten

Muta

Muta

Ou Sen

Ou Sen

Piao

Piao

Rankai

Rankai

Riboku

Riboku

Ro En

Ro En

Ryuu Sen

Ryuu Sen

Shang Lu

Shang Lu

She Meng

She Meng

Shi Ketsu

Shi Ketsu

Shou Sa

Shou Sa

Suu Gen

Suu Gen

Taku Kei

Taku Kei

Tou

Tou

Wan Ji

Wan Ji

Wei Jia

Wei Jia

Weixing

Weixing

Xiang

Xiang

You Li

You Li

Zhao

Zhao

Zhao Zhuang

Zhao Zhuang

Zhu Gui

Zhu Gui

Zie

Zie

Zuoci

Zuoci

About

Kingdom (キングダム Kingudamu) is a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Yasuhisa Hara. The manga provides a fictionalized account of the Warring States period primarily through the experiences of the war orphan Xin and his comrades as he fights to become the greatest general under the heavens, and in doing so, unifying China for the first time in 500 years.

The series was adapted into a two-season, seventy-seven episode anime television series by studio Pierrot. The first season of thirty-eight episodes aired from June 4, 2012 to February 25, 2013. A second season was announced, and aired thirty-nine episodes from June 8, 2013 to March 1, 2014. A third season will premiere in April 2020. A live-action film was released in April 2019.