Ranked #1072

Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san. (TV)

Alternative Titles

English: You're Being Summoned, Azazel
Synonyms: Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san. (2011)
Japanese: よんでますよ、アザゼルさん。


Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 8, 2011 to Jul 1, 2011
Premiered: Spring 2011
Broadcast: Unknown
Source: Manga
Duration: 12 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
L represents licensing company


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Ranked: #10722
Popularity: #1187
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Akutabe is a detective who summons devils to solve the troubles of his clients. One day, a low class devil Azazel Atsushi is summoned by Akutabe and is used harshly by him and his assistant Rinko.


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Characters & Voice Actors

Namikawa, Daisuke
Namikawa, Daisuke
Onosaka, Masaya
Onosaka, Masaya
Kamiya, Hiroshi
Kamiya, Hiroshi
Sakuma, Rinko
Sakuma, Rinko
Satou, Rina
Satou, Rina


Mizushima, Tsutomu
Mizushima, Tsutomu
Wakabayashi, Kazuhiro
Wakabayashi, Kazuhiro
Sound Director
Mitsunaka, Susumu
Mitsunaka, Susumu
Episode Director, Script, Storyboard, Key Animation
Gotou, Midori
Gotou, Midori

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Opening Theme

"Pandemic!!" by Team Nekokan feat. Chihiro Yonekura

Ending Theme

#1: "Like a Party" by Team Nekokan feat. Chihiro Yonekura (eps 1-9, 11-13)
#2: "Strawberry Magic Nyorin" by Wild Strawberry Fields [Nakajima Hiro] (ep 10)

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Apr 10, 2011
So, usually I think it's kind of pointless to review a series after just having watched one episode... but it makes some sense for a show like this one. I say that, because I get the feeling that you will probably know whether you will enjoy 'Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san' if you watch the first episode.

Basically, if you laughed several times like a maniac, then the show's probably right for you. If you instead scratched your head in confusion, grimaced in disgust or was rendered speechless from indignation - then it probably won't be a series you'll enjoy.

'Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san' is a gag show. read more
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Oct 16, 2011
Azazel-san is the funniest comedy you never saw. Small wonder, since in every one of its tiny episodes it manages to offend pretty much everybody and everything. If you're not touchy about religion, toilet jokes and gallows humour you will laugh your arse off.

Apprentice witch and detective assistant Rinko Sakuma summons loser lust demon Azazel to help out with her work. Unbelievably gross situations ensue.
The story is pretty much episodic, with each arc covering one standard episode or two episodes in the 12 min format this anime uses. The humour is outrageously absurd, the jokes are coming at light speed so that read more
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Jul 2, 2011
”Yondemasu-yo, Azazel-san” is a comedy anime by Production I.G, known for Ghost in the Shell and Kimi ni Todoke, amongst others.

The premise is pretty simple, but very functional. A detective called Akutabe summons a demon named Azazel, and the story follows him, his assistant Sakuma, and their various demon helpers as they solve cases and engage in depravity and lasciviousness.
Because the humor ranges from mild to Detroit Metal City-level swearing, visually almost grotesque gags, and numerous mentions of bodily waste. All the demons (unsurprisingly) have some sort of perverse gimmick or vice, and the show pulls no punches when it comes to exploiting read more
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Dec 20, 2014
Quite humorous. Incredibly funny, but requires the right sense of humor. If you have it, this show will not fail to lighten your mood with a somewhat dark subject matter. Perverse and filled with oddities, this show is full of insanity.

The story, being a bit random, isn't all that great. My wish is that they could have pushed it further and managed to get a stronger storyline together, though that may have detracted from the humor, which was probably the objective of this anime/manga.
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Cranky supernatural creatures going after each other with spastic humor. Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san is several levels higher on the obscene comedy. 
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They are both fucking hilarious!
They give out the same feeling and make fun out of a lot of things. 'DMC' is a fabulous parody about the music industry, the same way 'Yondemasu yo Azazael-san' laughs about humans, their problems and their true nature.
If you loved either, you will definitely love the other one as well! <3  
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Genma and Azazel have identical personalities. 
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Both series's are supernatural madness; Azazel-san featuring quirky demons and troubled individuals, whilst Panty and Stocking features missbehaving angels and quirky 'ghosts' (spirits born of negitive energy).
Demons and Angels are simply on the other end of the same coin.

You'll realise that both series's feature characters that appear to be out to do good, yet things aren't always so straight forward, as they're thrown into an obscure, troublesome scenario, as both serise's have the potential to go in whatever direction they feel like, nothing is out of ordinary.

Finally, both are equally crude with the endless ability to offend; viewer discretion is  read more 
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On top of both anime's consisting of 10 minutes of truely random and daft material, they share a number of key ellements...
A young, normal person in a professional setting has no choice but to adjust to their new life - co-oporating with highly odd individuals whilst in the centre of obscure situation.
Neither rely on what many of us are use to seeing in comedy anime - they don't rely on; bishounen's, the passive wimps, tsundere's, moe's and general harems situations - some of the plots are simple and realistic to some degree. 
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