Devilman and Violence Jack and Mazinger, oh my! When Devilman woke up one morning, he was surprised to find that he'd been turned into a super-deformed chibi character! It seems that the super-deformed world has overlapped with the regular world, and it's up to Devilman, Miki and Ryo to figure out how to restore their original proportions. Joined by a decapitated talking turtle head, the gang sets forth across worlds - from the icy land of demons to the giant robot-laden lair of Mazinger Z and Dr Hell, to the barren plains of Violence Jack and beyond!
After watching Netflix's Devilman Crybaby 2018, my personal opinions on vintage anime has changed for the better. CB Chara Go Nagai World's 1980's art style reminded me of beloved shows like pokemon and dragon ball z when they just first made their appearance. The quality is a little grainy and the voice acting might be more overly exagerated, but if you give it a chance you'll come to love its charm and comedic relief. The characters are turned into chibis! Who wouldn't want to see those cuties in action? The plot is a little confusing because this is a spin-off that has good pacing. There's a little too much pausing inbetween the comedic relief if you ask me, but that's to be expected from this old gem. The characters occasionally break the 4th wall barrier which is amusing to see. Slight nudity but that should have been expected after watching netflix's adaption first. If you loved Netflix's Devilman Crybaby or just curious about all the attention it's getting recently then this is a good start to delve deeper into the world of Devilman.
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