Works with their own pages:
- Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
- Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
- Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School
- Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony
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Danganronpa: The Animation
- The anime's ending theme, "Zetsubōsei: Hero Chiryōyaku" ("Despairity: A Hero's Treatment") by Soraru, is too catchy for an ending that plays after the plot twists or executions at the end of each episode.
- The opening "Never Say Never" is one of the few anime openings that is entirely in English originally (not just a few English words or phrases, entirely Englishnote ).
- "Monokuma Ondo" is a very silly ondo that butts in on episode 4 set to morbid lyrics for the bear's excitement about the killing games. It's a Big-Lipped Alligator Moment for opening sequences but given how whimsical the bear is, it's a very Monokuma thing to do.
- "Wishing on the M78 Galaxy", a very sad and beautiful Lonely Piano Piece.
- "World's End Curtain Call", the theme of the first stage play, sung by Junko and Kaede's actress Sayaka Kanda from the band Trustrick. When released as a single along with the "Halloween Attack Mix" called "Trick or Holic", it even reached 27th on Japan's Music Charts!
- It may not be a part of the actual franchise, but "KirigiriKirigiri JingJing" is one catchy tune that has little difficulty being associated with the fandom.
- "DESPAIR", a cover of the Vocaloid song MARACON (which is about exactly what you think it is), has a tune and lyrics that fit the depressing nature of Danganronpa very well.
- Masuna brought Ibuki's song "I Squeezed Out the Baby, Yet I Have No Idea Who the Father Is" to life and it's so fun, catchy, and upbeat you'd wish she was able to play it in Titty Typhoon right after.