Kill La Kill Manga is a Japanese manga adapted anime television series produced by Trigger. The series follows vagrant schoolgirl Ryuko Matoi on her search for her father’s killer, which brings her into violent conflict with Satsuki Kiryuin, the iron-willed student council president of Honnouji Academy, and her mother’s fashion empire. Ryuko, Satsuki, and others obtain martial arts superpowers from their clothes, which appear to have a will of their own.
Kill La Kill Manga anime series starts from Vagrant transfer student Ryuko Matoi, who wields a scissor-shaped longsword that can cut Goku Uniforms, challenges the council as she searches for her father’s killer. Although she is initially easily defeated byTakaharu, she finds a sentient sailor uniform that she names Senketsu, a Kamuiwhich is completely made of Life Fibers and transforms her so that she can face Kiryuin and her trials and obstacles. Ryuko is befriended by her hyperactive classmate Mako, a no-star student, and moves in with her impoverished family.
Kill La kill Manga, when Satsuki reorganizes the allocation of Goku Uniforms through a battle and king-of the hillevent known as Naturals Election, Ryuko faces the members of Satsuki’s Elite four, who wear powerful Three-Star Goku Uniforms, in a series of duels. After defeating three of her opponents, Ryuko’s final fight is interrupted by Nui Harime, the wielder of the other Scissor Blade, revealing herself to be the murderer of Ryuko’s father.
In the ensuing fight, Ryuko becomes enraged at Nui, transforming into an uncontrollable monster in the process. Mako calms Ryuko down, while Satsuki prohibits Nui from entering Honnouji Academy. Ryuko becomes reluctant to wear Senketsu after the fight, until a disguised Nui convinces her to put Senketsu on once more. Nui promptly defeats Ryuko, shredding Senketsu in the process, but is confronted by Satsuki before she can kill Ryuko, and flees.
With the Tri-City Schools Raid, Satsuki annexes the major schools in Kansai and the other regions of Japan, and quashes Nudist Beach, a paramilitary organisation led by Ryuko’s homeroom teacher Aikuro. Meanwhile, Ryuko follows the raid and retrieves pieces of Senkentsu’s body. Ryuko battles Satsuki, finally completing Senketsu. Satsuki arranges for a festival that will host her mother Ragyo, the academy’s director, a clothing manufacturer that has dominated the worldwide market.
Mikisugi reveals that the Life Fibers, which have been woven into all REVOCS clothing, are actually alien parasites that consume their wearers. When they devour the festival audience, Satsuki turns on her mother, revealing her end goal to have always been destroying Ragyo, but the rebellion is short-lived as Ragyo has fused with the Life Fibers to attain tremendous power. Ragyo recognizes Ryuko as her own daughter and Satsuki’s younger sister, who survived the termination of a Life Fiber experiment and was raised in secrecy by Ragyo’s missing husband, Ishhin Matoi formerly known as Sōichirō Kiryūin.
A month later, Ragyo and the Life Fibers have devastated Japan and have captured Satsuki, leaving the Elite Four without Goku Uniforms and forced to hide out with Ryuko and the others at Nudist Beach. When they rescue Satsuki, Ragyo captures and brainwashes Ryuko into fighting her.
After Ryuko frees herself, she and Satsuki challenge Ragyo, who plans to use a space satellite to command all Life Fibers to consume their human hosts and detonate the Earth in order to propagate the Life Fibers throughout the universe. After taking down the satellite transmitter and blasting the cocoon that houses the Original Life Fiber, Ragyo absorbs Nui and flies in to space to manually activate the satellite, but Ryuko chases Ragyo and defeats her, causing the Life Fiber clothes to perish. Kill La Kill Manga end, following the battle, Senketsu sacrifices himself and burns up on atmospheric re-entry to return Ryuko to Earth.