Synonyms: Demonbane OVA
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 1, 2004
24 min. per episode
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company
Score: 6.261 (scored by 2224 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
comedy game mecha
SynopsisLily Bridge, a young journalist, arrives at Arkham City, hoping to find a big scoop. However, with all the strange things occuring around the city, only the exceptional findings are news-worthy, such as the mysterious mecha known as Demonbane. However, upon finding a small piece of machinery that seemed to be connected with the Hadou Combine, Lily is determined to find the truth. Little does she know, she enters into a dark world, involving herself with Demonbane and the powerful forces that control the city.
Related AnimeAlternative version: Kishin Houkou Demonbane (2006)
Characters & Voice Actors
Allow me to share my opinion on Kishin Houkou Demonbane (2006).
The story score would have been higher, but some of the aspects weren’t explained... Many characters are introduced; many names of projects and secrets are given but not explained. The story revolves around Al and Kurou, trying to find the elusive Demonbane.
This anime has mecha genre, but it’s not. It has about 3-4 minutes of mecha fights. This anime, MOSTLY, is not a mecha, plus it’s quite hard to say what genre it is.
As comedy, Demonbane was pretty good, some random moments, chibits.
The story wasn’t that fantastic, but it was entertaining.
The animation is quite impressive and eye catching. Camera work is superb, character design is quite good.
Nothing to complain about, but nothing exciting, hence the 5.
My rating here might be a bit strange, considering that it was only 1 episode long, characters fulfilled their roles quite good. But, if it had more than 1 episode, it would have been an average mark. For a one episode OVA, what more can I ask for?
Demonbane started for me as a quick watch, to add to the anime-list. And it ended up being quite enjoyable to watch! Fantastic, unique animation combined with interesting characters.And it’s only 24 minutes long. read more
Both are a series of events happening some place before or after the main story (Batman movies or Demonbane series).. Demonbane OVA is about a girl telling her story and also she get involved in the main event (Demonbane fighting!), as a spectator of course. 'Have I Got a Story for You' (first of Batman OVAS) is about a bunch of teens telling their story about batman; 'Crossfire' (second) it's very similar (to the 1st one) but with cops; and the rest (3th, 4th, 5th & 6th) are about Batman kicking some !@#! Well keep in mind that you have to see Demonbane TV first... To be honest I think they are alike, but if you disagree, well, be my guest and help me out with a good recomendation! Ciao!
Opening ThemeMan, God, Machine by Yuichi Ikuzawa
Ending Theme"Redeem your Dream" by Ikuzawa Yuichi
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