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Devil May Cry

Devil May Cry

Alternative Titles

English: Devil May Cry
Synonyms: Devil May Cry 2
Japanese: デビル メイ クライ

Information

Type: Novel
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 11
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 27, 2002 to Dec 1, 2003
Authors: Miwa, Shirow (Art), Goikeda, Shinya (Story), Kosumi, Yuuchi (Art)
Serialization: None

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Ranked: #16752
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Popularity: #3087
Members: 2,163
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Chapters: /11

Synopsis

Volume 1
Tony is a rough-and-tumble jack-of-all-trades with a haunted past. His encounter with Gilver, a mysterious swordsman swathed in bandages, changes his life dramatically for the worse. Tony is thrust into the dark underworld of an unsolvable case, separated from his partner and his loved ones, and pushed over the edge of desperation. Who's forcing him into a corner? What do they hope to achieve?

Volume 2
Dante the giant sword, two-gun toting devil hunter has earned the nickname "Devil May Cry" after mercilessly killing any and every undead creature in his path. Now, he is on a mission for an evil idol known as The Beast Head. But little does Dante know that this mission brings him closer to his eternal enemy.

(Source: Tokyopop)

Background

Devil May Cry was published in English by Tokyopop from June 13, 2006 to November 7, 2006.

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Dante
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Vergil
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Moduce
Moduce
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Barl
Barl
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Jin_Kaze_Tsukai
Mar 8, 2008
"Devil May Cry novel? Yeah the hell right!" were the words that came out of my mouth at first. I honestly did not think it would be anything special. No matter how much I love those games, I couldn't see the action being put into words. Well I was very wrong, the moment I picked up the first novel I was hooked. The story was written very tongue-in-cheek just how DMC should be! I couldn't stop reading it and ended up finishing it in a day practically. Same thing happened with the second novel as well. The story engaged me with the way Dante talked, read more
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