As the Overfiend slumbers, the mad emperor Caesar rises to power, enslaving a new race of demon beasts. Into this cruel existence is born the Lord of Chaos, the Overfiend's nemesis. As the ...
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The relative coexistence of the human world, demon world and beast world is soon to be disrupted by The Overfiend, an immensely powerful demon who'll be reborn after 3000 years to remake the world to his own liking.
In this sequel to Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend, the unbelievable sexual violence of the Overfiend and his cohorts from Hell continues to wreak havoc on the earth. Who can stop this relentless onslaught?
It is the age of the Overfiend, and flesh-hungry monsters rule the Earth. Immortal half-demon Amano Jyaku travels the wasteland, witness to the rape and torture of the human race. The last ... See full summary »
As the Overfiend slumbers, the mad emperor Caesar rises to power, enslaving a new race of demon beasts. Into this cruel existence is born the Lord of Chaos, the Overfiend's nemesis. As the blood-thirsty beasts capture the tyrant's daughter in a brutal coup, the Overfiend must awaken to an Apocalyptic battle of the Gods Written by
Let it never be said that the UROTSUKIDOJI series is merely porn. Like the others in the series, this entry has characters with histories and motivations, as well as sex drives. We follow familiar characters through a hellish, post-apocalyptic neo-tokyo, on a mission from the partially born Overfiend.
As expected, there are tentacled monsters who rape women, there is also gore and violence, but there is a plot. Our villain is a fat cyborg named Caeser whose daughter falls in love with demon Buju. Other plots run along side this, but the love story is usually the most interesting thing in this series.
This entry in the OVERFIEND series features such high points as a nuclear missile fight, gory flash-backs, and the usual things the series is famous for. I think of it as a series that's enjoyable on many levels (usually the lower ones). It certainly isn't for everyone, but dammit, it's a hell of a lot more accessible than the likes of CALIGULA.
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