Slayers (スレイヤーズ) is a Japanese comic fantasy media franchise originating in a series of over 52 light novels written by Hajime Kanzaka and illustrated by Rui Araizumi. The novels had been serialized in Dragon Magazine, and were later adapted into several manga titles, televised anime series, anime films, OVA series, role-playing video games, and other media.
Lina Inverse, a wandering sorceress and bandit-killer, joins forces with roving swordsman Gourry Gabriev in what’s supposed to be a quick union of convenience. Instead, an artifact Lina “liberated” from a gang of thieves turns out to be the key to the resurrection of the demon lord Shabranigdo. Urged on by the mysterious Red Priest Rezo, the pair has no choice but to fight the dark lord and his servants, accumulating new allies and enemies along the way.
Last Modified: June 03, 2016
Slayers (Apr 7, 1995 to Sep 29, 1995)
[May 24, 1995] OP& ED : Get Along / Kujikenai Kara!
[Jul 05, 1995] Slayers Etcetera 1 Excellent! Lina Inverse Kyou mo iku
[Sep 21, 1995] Slayers Etcetera 2 Take a Chance!! Lina to Muteki no Goikkou
Slayers EXTRA (Dec 1999)
Slayers Extra (a.k.a. Slayers EX) is a four volume radio drama, set a few months after the first season of the anime. Each volume is a short story adapted from the Slayers Special novels, though Naga is replaced by Gourry, Amelia, and Zelgadiss.
[Dec 06, 1995] Theme Song: Going History – Megumi Hayashibara
Slayers Special (Jul 25, 1996 to May 25, 1997)
[May 22, 1996] ED: “Kagirinai Yokubou no Naka ni”
Slayers Try (Apr 4, 1997 to Sep 26, 1997)
[Apr 23, 1997] OP & ED Theme Single
ED eps 26: “Somewhere” by Houko Kuwashima
[Jun 21, 1997] Slayers Try Treasury☆VOX
[Aug 21, 1997] Slayers Try Treasury☆BGM
[Oct 22, 1997] Slayers Try Treasury☆BGM 2
Slayers Premium [The Movie #5] (Dec 22, 2001)
[Dec 05, 2001] ED: Megumi Hayashibara – Feel Well