Devilman OVA Series Blu-ray

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About Devilman OVA Series Blu-ray

In Devilman Complete OVA Series Blu-Ray, demons, once trapped in the glacial ice of the Earth, have been unleashed on mankind after centuries of non-intervention. These beasts are swiftly infiltrating our peaceful world in hordes. Only two young men have the ability to stop them, Ryo Asuka and his best friend, Akira Fudo. But the only way to combat a demon, is to become a demon. Only a young man with a pure heart can possess the powers of a demon. That young man is Akira Fudo! By gaining the powers of the brave demon warrior, Amon, Akira becomes humanity's only hope... Devilman! Fighting for humanity, and satisfying his demonic urges, Akira battles demon after demon - from the grotesque Jinmen to the alluring harpy, Sirene. Can Akira and Ryo protect the future of humanity, or is this battle far greater than they have imagined?

Based off the classic manga by artist Go Nagai (Mazinger Z, Cutie Honey), and directed by Tsutomu Iida (Mighty Space Miners, Hellsing), Devilman is a bone chilling horror that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Details

  • Publisher: EASTERN STAR
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Horror
  • Themes: Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 120
  • Year Created: 1992
  • Release Date: 8/28/2018
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Region Code: A

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This brings back some good memories

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I was in high school when I discovered the Devilman OVA on YouTube by chance so this brings back a lot of memories the blu-ray gives off a clear picture with good sound the English subtitles for the Japanese dub is good the English dub itself is pretty good considering it was made in the 80’s the only problem I had with it was some of the dialogue using the f-word almost constantly to point where it comes off awkward or cheesy. The animation still holds up the story itself is a lot more closer to original manga when compared to Devilman Crybaby along with the tone and violence that it conveys including the audio drama. I recommend this anyone who likes classic violent 80’s anime or just like horror in general.