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–Kazutaka Kodaka

Kazutaka Kodaka (小高 和剛 Kodaka Kazutaka) is the creator, director and scenario writer of the Danganronpa series.

He is known within the fan base as being very passionate about Danganronpa. He is also notorious of teasing fans of the series via his Twitter account.

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Works

Kodaka is the creator of the Danganronpa series, and is the director and writer for all of the series' main content.

In addition to working on the Danganronpa series, Kodaka has also contributed to a number of other anime and film productions.

  • Clock Tower 3 (Video game; 2002) - Sub-director
  • Guren 5 (Manga; 2013-2015) - Writer
  • Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life: Phantasmagoric Arc (Anime; 2015) - Script writer (alongside Yun Kouga, Shigeto Koyama, Yousuke Kuroda, Yoshiko Nakamura, Tatsuya Takahashi, Makoto Uezu, Gen Urobuchi, Yuniko Ayana, Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, Masaya Honda, and Jirou Ishii)

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Quotes

  • “When I write my stories, my main goal is to keep myself interested, and write the kind of game and story, and characters, and scenario that I would be entertained by.”
  • “When it comes to Danganronpa, I'm there.”
  • “The reason why Danganronpa's blood isn't red is because of "psychopop" itself.”

Trivia

  • Kodaka's favorite Danganronpa character is Monokuma, because he is the easiest to write for as Kodaka can have him say whatever he wants.
  • Kodaka's favorite mystery-genre novelist is Nisio Isin.[1]
  • If Kodaka was punished by Monokuma, he stated that he would die from not creating a game scenario on time. Overworking, writing continuously until he fell apart.[2]
  • Kodaka likes eighties American music, especially Bon Jovi.[3]

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