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 [ANIME] Amon: Devilman Mokushiroku [2000]

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PostSubject: [ANIME] Amon: Devilman Mokushiroku [2000]   4/21/2012, 2:32 pm

Title: Amon: Devilman Mokushiroku (AMON デビルマン黙示録 / アモン デビルマン黙示録)
Other names: Amon: Apocalypse of Devilman, Amon: L’Apocalisse di Devilman (it)
Type: OVA
Released: 2000-05-24
Broadcast PPV network: SKY PerfecTV!「Perfect Choice」 (2000-03-18)
Genre: action, horror, supernatural
Studio: Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) Visual Works, Dynamic Planning
Length: 46 minutes
Original work: Go Nagai
General supervision: Toyo Ashida
Diretor: Kenichi Takeshita
Scenario: Ritsuko Hayasaka
Animation supervisor: Hiroshi Kojina, Hiroshi Takeuchi
Creature design: Yasushi Nirasawa
Storyboards: Kenichi Takeshita, Hiroshi Takeuchi
Colour design: Yuki Enatsu
Music: Takeshi Kobayashi & Mangahead
Animation work: Studio Live
Planning: Ryuzo Shirakawa, Kenji Nagai
Production/publication: Dynamic Planning, SPE Visual Works (now Aniplex)
Shinji Takeda - Akira Fudo/Devilman(不動明/デビルマン)
Tomokazu Seki - Ryo Asuka/Satan (飛鳥了/サタン)
Atsuko Enomoto - Miki Makimura (牧村美樹)
Kazuki Yao - Saylos (セーロス)
Rie Tanaka - Miko (ミーコ)
Tomoko Kawakami - Yumi (ユミ)
Hirotaka Suzuoki - Zuuboi (ズーボォ)
Motoko Kumai - Tare-chan (タレちゃん)
Akio Ohtsuka - Amon (アモン)
Mitsuki Saiga - Psychogenie (サイコジェニー)

Theme songs:

·Me no Mae no Tsuzuki (目のまえのつづき)(vocals: Mangahead, lyrics: Tatsuya Kokufu, composition: Tatsuya Kokufu, arrangement: Mangahead, Tatsuya Kokufu)

Home video:

2000-05-24; Amon: Devilman Mokushiroku, 1 tape, Sony Music Entertainment (SME) Visual Works (SME・ビジュアルワークス), SVWV-1431, JAN:4534530143174


(2000-05-24?)2002-03-06; Amon: Devilman Mokushiroku, 1 disc, SME Visual Works, SVWB-7094, JAN:4534530000569


2001-12-06; Amon: Devilman Mokushiroku, 1 disc, Asia Video


2011-11-02; Amon: Apocalypse Of Devilman, 1 disc, Yamato Video, YDAT-01201, EAN:8016573014612


2005-12-07; Amon: Devilman Mokushiroku, 1 disc, Aniplex (アニプレックス), ANSU-2153, JAN:4534530011206


2000-05-24; Amon: Devilman Mokushiroku Sound Edition, 1 disc, Sony Music Associated Records (ソニー・ミュージックアソシエイテッドレコーズ), AICT-1182, JAN:4988010118259
Tracks: 6



To be honest, although graphically is great, I believe that the anime is weaker than the 1970s TV series and it is not even close to the 1980s OVAs. The concept is great, but I think that the execution is not as good as the manga of Amon (which at the time had just started and has no direct relation with this anime, much like Shin Mazinger Zero with Shin Mazinger Shogeki! Z Hen). For example, where is Zenon? Perhaps the problem is that the animation focuses too much on the action and violence and very little in the story, completely different from the Amon manga. What bothers me the most is the lack of a proper conclusion, the Apocalypse, as it should have after Miki's death. Not really a bad anime, but I truly believe that all other Demon anime of Nagai, including all not related to Devilman, are better than this one.

One thing I enjoy, though, is the extreme graphical violence, particularly how Amon eats Yumi and how Miki and her brother are killed. Still, I think that the other Devilman's OVAs and Violence Jack have a best performance in that aspect. Also, I like more the Devilman design of the other OVAs, as this one seems less brutal, although I suppose it was necessary in order to showcase Amon.

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