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Beelzebub Jump Super Anime Tour Special

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In a school full of delinquents there’s one badass that stands head and shoulders above the rest, Tatsumi Oga. One day, after seeing a bizarre man floating down the river, Oga gets the shock of his life when the guy splits in half and a baby crawls out, and immediately latches onto him. To make matters worse, a demon named Hildegarde approaches him and informs him that the child he’s suddenly inherited is Beelzebub, the next demon king, and Oga has been chosen to be the baby’s parent – that, and the baby’s cry emits a powerful electric shock that proves fatal if he’s more than 15 meters from the terrifying teen! Now, after discovering that he was only chosen for being strong and vicious, Oga decides to seek out the toughest badass of the lot in the hopes that baby Beelzebub will choose himself a new parent.

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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Beelzebub TV 2011 Same Franchise

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Beelzebub 2009 Original Manga
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Ryuuhei TAMURA Original Manga Creator

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