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Jigoku Sensei Nube


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Hell Teacher Nube
Japanese: 地獄先生ぬ~べ~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 49
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 13, 1996 to Jun 21, 1997
Premiered: Spring 1996
Broadcast: Saturdays at 19:00 (JST)
Producers: TV Asahi
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.621 (scored by 3,811 users)
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Ranked: #13542
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Popularity: #3793
Members: 12,810
Favorites: 93

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Preliminary
Jun 23, 2009
Guile00 (All reviews)
I actually watched this anime a few years ago, when I was still in primary. This was when I started watching anime. Hell Teacher Nube, as a starting point is not bad. One of the best animes of it's time, I say.

Basically, it's a school story with all the weird and scary things you wish could happen to you in a real school, that is, if you're into ghosts and that kind of stuff.
Hell Teacher Nube is an anime about a schoolteacher with a demon claw in read more
Dec 17, 2008
JiakBaKaEng (All reviews)
This anime is sure worth watching ,everyday something happen in nube class.
everyday nube save his student,with his ghost hand.Every episode is intresting and it's almost like telling ghost storys.
Oct 24, 2018
Ferien (All reviews)
Looking for a fun, easy-to-watch show for these Halloween days about ghosts, monsters and stuff? Then let me talk you about Hell Teacher Nube.

Hell Teacher Nube is a supernatural/yokai episodic “monster of the week” show from the mid-90s that is flying under the radar of most anime fans nowadays since it was never really a hit in the first place back then, and as most of the titles that fail to generate a solid initial impact, it couldn’t avoid the fate of being forgotten in time. Debuting in the same year Neon Genesis Evangelion sent bittersweet shockwaves with its controversial last 2 episodes, Rurouni Kenshin read more
May 26, 2014
THEAnimeHERO (All reviews)
Hell Teacher Nube is an episodic horror anime which blends with comedy, some action & the occasional episodes making you feel fuzzy inside.

Nube is an elementary school teacher who has an Oni sealed into his left hand. During his role as a teacher, he develops a great relationship with his students vowing to always protect them from danger. This is constantly proven when his precious students are attacked by ghosts, yokai, & other supernatural demons. While the series is episodic, it later adds more characters such as Yukime the snow demon & Tamamo a fox sorcerer which increases the quality of the anime.

Episodes contain a read more
Nov 28, 2008
prankstar25 (All reviews)
this anime is really good if you like the supernatural and mystery and also this has the funniest insults and jokes i've heard so yeah over all it was a great anime to watch
Jun 16, 2010
--Sunclaudius (All reviews)
Do You Remember This Anime?

Hell Teacher spirits experts, with the original title, Hell Jigoku Sensei (地獄 先生ぬ べ ~ ~, Jigoku Sensei Hell?), Is a manga series created by the collaboration of a writer named Shou Makura and artist Takeshi Okano named in the comic magazine Shonen Jump Weekly published by Shueisha. This series consists of 276 chapters (not including an additional chapter in which the figure "Hell" is known as "Nubo") from the 38th edition, 1993 until 24th edition, 1999. Hell anime series with 48 episodes based on manga with the same title created by Toei Animation, and aired from 1996 until 1997, read more
May 5, 2017
GrayRealm (All reviews)
Jigoku Sensei Nabe. I mean Nube.

This is a fairly faithful adaptation of manga, which, unfortunately, skips several manga chapters, and tones down material quite a lot (I suppose to make it suitable for TV). Due to doning down of material it is also weaker than manga counterpart.

It is a very solid/quality show, which is, unfortunately not outstanding. It has couple of amazing episodes, and few great moments, but number of those is fairly small. Out of 49 episodes maybe 5 were truly memorable. The rest is just alright.

Differences compared to manga: some of the brutal/gory moments from manga are toned down, changed read more