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666 Satan (Manga)

666 Satan

Alternative Titles

English: O-Parts Hunter
Synonyms: Trigger
Japanese: 666〜サタン〜

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 19
Chapters: 76
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 11, 2001 to Dec 12, 2007
Authors: Kishimoto, Seishi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Gangan

Statistics

Score: 7.711 (scored by 10294 users)
Ranked: #22292
Popularity: #144
Members: 18,085
Favorites: 887
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.

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action adventure drama shounen

Synopsis

In the not too distant future, mankind battles over O-Parts, relics from an ancient civilization. It takes a special kind of person to unlock the full potential of these remnants from the past, and a unique breed of humans known as O.P.T.s (or O-Parts Tacticians) become a force to be reckoned with. Unfortunately, O-Parts can be used for good or evil purposes.

Jio is a young boy with a tragic past who only trusts one thing in the world: money. Little does he suspect that he is actually a very powerful O.P.T., and inside him sleeps a demon of incredible ferocity. He meets up with a girl named Ruby, and together they decide to embark on a dangerous quest to discover as many O-Parts as they can. Will Jio help Ruby realize her dream of becoming a world famous treasure hunter? More importantly, will Ruby help Jio realize his dream of--world domination?!

(Source: Viz Media)

Included one-shots:
Volume 6: Trigger


Characters

 Kirin
Kirin
Main
 Ball
Ball
Main
 Zero
Zero
Main
 Cross
Bianchina, Cross
Main
 Ruby
Crescent, Ruby
Main
 Jio
Freed, Jio
Main
 Futomomotarou
Futomomotarou
Supporting


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Sep 22, 2008
GanonBR
666 Satan, written by Seishi Kishimoto (twin brother of Naruto's author Masashi Kishimoto), inspite of what it's title might make you think, is an tipical shounen series that tells the story of Jio Freed and Ruby Crescent and their quest to find legendary O-Parts ("magical" items left by an ancient civilization).

Even with this simple premise, 666 Satan has in fact a relatively complex plot, in this manga Seishi Kishimoto used various elements from religions all around the world, but most of all from Judaism (so, if you fell you might get offended or something, you shouldn't read this), to create a new world, that lives read more
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Mar 11, 2008
EmeraldWolfChild
666Satan. When you first see that name you probably expect something really gory and R+ rated or something that you think will be totally NOT worth reading. How wrong you are....And let me tell you hat changed my mind :]

Story: Something quite captivating; the whole O-Parts concept,the other path of evolution and the Kabblah really are something different than what you usually read. Not too long and drawn out, the story is just the right size even having enough room for 3 time period looks( which all look awesome on the characters). The only thing that put me off was the clumped together information read more
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Apr 16, 2008
Acinonyx
666 Satan at its heart really is the embodiment of shonen I think. It has friendship conquers all moments, enemies becoming friends, enemies you love to hate, super powered attacks that keep getting stronger, and of course that girl the main character might end up with in the end. I really like the art style found here since I read Naruto first (the Mangakas are brothers after all). The story is a little rushed at times and there's a few characters and plot threads that don't get the attention they really needed but the strong cast of characters and interesting overall read more
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Dec 10, 2009
BallerGamer
There are two things that stand out about 666 Satan. One the title itself; you'd think it would be some dark themed witch craft suspense thriller about an underground cult or religion just by reading the name of the manga. In reality it's actually an action adventure shounen. And two, it shares many many many similarities to the famous Naruto; from character mannerisms to storyline straight down to its art. Not a surprise as the author is the younger brother of Masashi Kishimoto, creator of Naruto. Although most of 666 Satan feels like just another variation of Naruto just told in a different fantasy land read more
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the art is very similair to naruto, but is influcened by another aspects. It kinda looks like hunter x hunter/one piece/ naruto/dragonball. The hero is a young boy possessed by a great demon, just llike in naruto. They even have the same face expressions, though ruby the girl doesn't look like a naruto character. If you like naruto then 666 satan is a good manga for you, though naruto is much more complexed. 666satan has more action in the beginning, but naruto makes it up after the sasuke pursue arc. Final just read it kyoha
In both of these shounen publications, the male protagonist can access Satan's powers.
For starters; Blazer Drive is -same as 666 Satan -created by Seishi Kishimoto. For people who do not know; he is the brother of THE Kishimoto from Naruto. However, it would be unfair to say that he is the brother, as he has proven himself, as a mangaka and person. He, Seishi Kishimoto, is Seishi Kishimoto, and not 'just a brother'.

I was proven of this fact especially after reading the few chapters (for now) of Blazers Drive. 666 Satan had a lot of similarities to Naruto; that many (including me) framed him of being a copy cat. Even though I really like 666 satan.

However, in this newer manga, Seishi Kishimoto has put in a lot of effort into creating a new, unique story. It's about stickers with magical powers; and it's really 'cool'. You'll understand the 'cool' part after reading the manga. I can truly say that Blazers Drive resembles 666 satan in a lot of ways. But in my opinion; it is more original and better!
This Anime reminds me a lot of Dragonball The boys looks nearly the same, turn both into a monster, are strong,their first friend was a girl and then their adventure starts. Actually Ruby looks really the same as Bulma hair eyes and body. Both of the stories continiues with killing enemys, finding friends and killing the biggest monster.
In terms of characters, both the main guy character has an anti-self that they have to fight, and a supporting main girl character has a surprising past. The ending fight and twist is quite similar, except 666Satan probably have a sadder ending (relatively, but it depends on how you read it). In both manga, the characters (no matter who you are) gets stronger... and converts the evils. In addition, they all hinted some sort of romance and comedy.

Oh. They both have strange pets. haha.

A bit of a warning though, rave has an art style that resembles One Piece-ish. If you can overcome the art, you will enjoy it as much as 666Satan.
Hunter X Hunter is about how to become a hunter 666 Satan/O-Parts Hunter is about being a hunter. Very similar is overall feel imo.

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