Maou Dante (2002)
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Maou Dante (2002)

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Synonyms: Demon Lord Dante, Shin Maou Dante
Japanese: 魔王ダンテ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 26, 2002 to Nov 26, 2003
Genres: HorrorHorror, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Nagai, Go (Story & Art)
Serialization: Magazine-Z


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This series is a complete remake of the original Maou Dante, with new designs an a story slightly inspired by the 2002 anime. This time, the story spans longer, the character design is different, and all unanswered questions left when the original series was interrupted, are responded. This time, Maou Dante has a proper ending.

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Nov 23, 2020
marcos813 (All reviews)

You should read the original and inconcluse Maou Dante before reading this remake, I will judge this Remake based on the original rendition.

STORY: Even worse than the original's plot somehow. While both plots are the same, the structure in this one is changed completely, with the starting point being the plottwist/revelation of the first version of Maou Dante, making this remake void of any mystery or surprise, which makes it boring and a sludge to go through (Specially if you read the first Maou Dante before this, due to both mangas having the same plot with a different streamline). Also, don't expect a read more
Jul 27, 2018
TahZin (All reviews)
This remake of Nagai Go's controversial and one of his earliest works 'Maou Dante' is supposed to be a completed story, since the original was not only incomplete, but stopped right before the final climax of the story. So two questions would arise here - how good is this as a remake, and did this version do justice to the original one with its ending?

As a remake, it is a lot better than the original in my opinion. If you have read the original one (which I recommend you do before starting this one), one key aspect you'll notice is that the "twist" that was read more

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