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Devilman Grimoire Vol. 1 Paperback – October 31, 2017
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“[...] a horror/superhero fusion, about a boy whose secret identity is that of a brawny muscled devil-creature. In the TV series, Devilman is basically a hero who fights a different monster in every episode. But the manga version was something much more original, much more crazy, much more Nagai.” ―Jason Thompson, Anime News Network
"...the art is very reminiscent of the original series without being a slave to recreating the 1970s, forming a nice mix of styles. Seven Seas' representative commented that this was a good entry to the Devilman franchise, and I'm inclined to agree with him – not only did the book leave me wanting volume two, but also curious to check out the original." ―Rebecca Silverman, Anime News Network
About the Author
Go Nagai is one of the most well-known names in manga. With a career spanning almost 50 years, he is responsible for the creation of many popular series including Devilman, Cutie Honey, and Getter Robo.
Rui Takatou is a Japanese manga artist who works in a variety of genres. He is currently best known for his work on the recently completed Devilman Grimoire.
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The artist Rui Takato does a good job recreating the feel of Go Naga's style, but there are times when that style slips and you get glimpses of the artist personal style in some of the characters and scenes. It's at that point, I'd wish that the artist just did his own style throughout the piece. It will still work just like the manga "Amon: Appocolice of Devilman". Now if this was a true Go Naga style of art, you would expect to see at least of Go nagai characters in the background panels or extras in a crowds.
But I look forward to the next value, and hopefully the appearance Devilman's greatest friend and foe, Ryu Asuka.
I give this manga a four-star because the elements in this version seem different to the original Devilman manga, but I do like that Go Nagai is involved in this and that the art style is similar to his own.