Amon: Devilman Mokushiroku

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Amon: The Apocalypse of Devilman
Japanese: AMON デビルマン黙示録

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Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 24, 2000
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Live
Source: Manga
Genres: DemonsDemons, HorrorHorror, PsychologicalPsychological, SupernaturalSupernatural
Duration: 45 min.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

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Ranked: #62402
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Popularity: #4067
Members: 18,141
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Synopsis

Fear runs rampant throughout Tokyo with the revelation that demons in fact exist amongst us. Paranoia and the darker side of humanity boils onto the streets as people turn on one another, suspecting that anyone could in fact be a demon hiding in human clothing. Amidst the growing tensions, tragedy strikes Akira causing his mind to snap, retreating into his subconscious, allowing his Devilish alter-ego Amon to break free from Akira's cage of flesh and wreak havoc on both human and demons alike.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Makimura, Miki

Supporting
Enomoto, Atsuko
Japanese

Kawamoto, Mikiko

Supporting
Tanaka, Rie
Japanese

Psychogenie

Supporting
Saiga, Mitsuki
Japanese

Makimura, Tare

Supporting
Kumai, Motoko
Japanese

Saylos

Supporting
Yao, Kazuki
Japanese

Staff

Takeuchi, Hiroshi
Storyboard, Animation Director
Nagai, Go
Original Creator
Matsumoto, Norio
Key Animation
Koujina, Hiroshi
Animation Director


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Ending Theme

"Amon-Devilman: Revelation" by Mangahead



Mar 6, 2008
hybridial (All reviews)
I want to write this review in order to provide a more balanced view of this OAV. It's not as good as the previous Devilman OAVs. It is the weakest anime adaptation of Devilman and isn't really as good as Violence Jack either, despite being equally as violent.

However, I feel that like Violence Jack, it gets too much of a bad rap. In itself, this OAV effectively managed to translate some of the more harrowing scenes of the original Devilman story to motion, and it does those scenes justice.

Besides that, the end sequence goes back to the whole message and point of Devilman quite read more
Jan 12, 2009
bluebrainfreezy (All reviews)
My very first anime experience, (aside from mass market dubbed kids cartoons in the 80's) was the Devilman OVAs; The Birth & Demon Bird. I have never fallen out of love with these & as of this writing, they remain at the top of my favourites list.

When I found out about Amon I knew I had to watch it. As a pre-existing fan of the series I knew the characters & backgrounds but if you haven't seen the OVA's there's very little chance you're going to fully understand what's happening.

The plot is quite simple, however its almost completely buried beneath the read more
Aug 28, 2007
Megadedhed (All reviews)
First let me start by saying this, I'm pretty desensitized to violence. Elfen Lied was my first anime, Gantz was my second. Ive seen all of fist of the north star and was barely phased. However, this 40 minute ova has, gore wise, single handedly outdone all three of those combined. I came across this OVA, being a fan of the first two devilmans, wondering why I couldn't find any information, on this one. in fact the only review i found warned "if you find it enjoyable or worthy in any way then seek professional help." I just laughed and commenced to watching... let me read more
Feb 24, 2013
THEAnimeHERO (All reviews)
To those who just watched "The Birth" & "The Demon Bird" note this does not actually follow the storyline from the 1972 Devilman Manga.

This OVA follows the 1999-2004 manga "Amon: The Darkside of Devilman" hence why this adaptation feels very different from the original. As a newcomer to this franchise I just wanted to share this info to new fans just to avoid the confusion.

However the conclusion is quite anti-climatic especially when you read the original 1972 manga for Devilman. From sources I can find on the web has proven that this OVA only adapted the 1st volume of "Amon: The Darkside of read more

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