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Cyborg 009 vs Devilman 

The Cyborg team and Devilman cross paths to take on evil demons and cyborgs.








Series cast summary:
Bryce Papenbrook ...  Akira Fudo / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Johnny Yong Bosch ...  Cyborg 009 / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Christine Marie Cabanos ...  Additional Voices / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Spike Spencer ...  Cyborg 002 / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Stephanie Sheh ...  Cyborg 003 / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Michael Sinterniklaas ...  Albert Heinrich / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Keith Silverstein ...  Additional Voices / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Joe Ochman ...  Chang Changku / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Tony Azzolino ...  Cyborg 007 / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Steve Staley ...  Cyborg 008 / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Kyle McCarley ...  Additional Voices / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Dorothy Elias-Fahn ...  Abel / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Griffin Burns ...  Additional Voices / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Christopher Corey Smith ...  Ryo Asuka 3 episodes, 2015
Dave Mallow ...  Professor Issac Gilmore 3 episodes, 2015
Cristina Valenzuela ...  Miki Makimura 3 episodes, 2015
Erin Fitzgerald ...  Additional Voices / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Doug Erholtz ...  Additional Voices / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Michael McConnohie ...  Dr. Adams 3 episodes, 2015
Marieve Herington ...  Eva Maria Parrales 3 episodes, 2015
Jamieson Price ...  Additional Voices / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Wendee Lee ...  Lilith 3 episodes, 2015
Bob Buchholz ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 2015


The Cyborg team and Devilman cross paths to take on evil demons and cyborgs.

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Before Go Nagai became the author of Devilman, he worked as an assistant to Shotaro Ishinomori, drawing backgrounds for the Cyborg 009 manga. It was reported in Sankei Sports that he wished to do a collaboration with Ishinomori. See more »

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A passable crossover of two oldschool legends.
11 March 2018 | by kevinxirauSee all my reviews

In the history of manga/anime, two of the most well-known series are the sci-fi classic Cyborg 009 and the gothic superhero Devilman. They have had many incarnations over the years, each putting their own spin on these heroes. In a way, it seemed inevitable that these two would eventually meet (heck, Devilman is no stranger to crossovers as he met Mazinger Z). Now, I'm only somewhat familiar with both franchises and I've seen at least one or two variants of each, but the idea of them crossing paths was what peeked my interest in this 3-part OVA.

Plot: With reports of strange activity happening in Japan, Joe Shimamura/009 and his fellow cyborgs move in to investigate. Akira Fudo/Devilman, accompanied by his friend Ryo, also looks into this matter as they search for more demons to slay. The two groups cross paths and, while uncertain of each other's intentions, they both know something sinister is brewing and it involves their respective origins.

First off, I like this art style, resembling the old manga but with a modern spin. Characters move quite fluidly and the environments have such vibrant detail that they almost seem real. The action scenes fare good as well with some nicely executed moves and each character having his/her moment to shine. There's good voice acting too as the cast play off each other competently (only one or two characters annoyed me). There's also decent drama and how the protagonists connect with one another, though given limited screen time, is thematically fitting nonetheless.

I wouldn't say this film "Wowed" me too much. The titular battle between Cyborg 009 and Devilman, while having its moments, is pretty underwhelming, especially given how short it is. The other fight scenes were frankly more engaging. I wasn't that impressed with the villains either as they were pretty generic and, in a few cases, over-the-top. The music isn't that memorable either, especially the opening theme (it sounded bland). It's worth noting that there is some blood in this one, which, while fitting for the dark and broody Devilman, sort of conflicts with the more light-hearted nature of 009 with its flashy explosions and lasers. As such, it doesn't go all out with the level of violence most of the time (with the exception of Devilman's first fight scene). It may seem contradictory, like mixing Spider-man and Punisher, though whether or not this is a problem is up to one's personal preference (personally, I don't mind that much).

Overall, "Cyborg 009 vs Devilman" may not be the super-big crossover of a lifetime like, let's say "Batman v. Superman", but it's a decent little anime to pass the time nevertheless. As far as I know, it's pretty faithful to its source materials and has enough good in it to be entertaining. It can be found on Netflix, so give it a shot.

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