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[[File:Devilman Crybaby 2018 Netflix Poster.jpg|thumb|240px]]'''Devilman: Crybaby''' is an anime television series based on the manga series Devilman by Go Nagai. It began streaming in both English and Japanese on Netflix on January 5, 2018.
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[[File:Devilman Crybaby 2018 Netflix Poster.jpg|thumb|240px]]'''Devilman: Crybaby''' is an original net animation series based on the manga series Devilman by Go Nagai. It began streaming in both English and Japanese on Netflix on January 5, 2018.
 
==English Voice Cast==
 
==English Voice Cast==
 
==='''Main Cast'''===
 
==='''Main Cast'''===
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==='''Minor Cast (Uncredited)'''===
 
==='''Minor Cast (Uncredited)'''===
 
*[[Joe Ochman]] - Kaim
 
*[[Joe Ochman]] - Kaim
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==='''Additional Voices (Uncredited)'''===
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*[[Bryce Papenbrook]]
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Cherami Leigh's character was miscredited as "Mikiko Kawamoto", a character who made a cameo at the very end of the series and whose name served as the inspiration for Miki "Miko" Kuroda's nickname.
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*Cherami Leigh's character was miscredited as "Mikiko Kawamoto", a completely different character who made a cameo at the very end of the series and whose name served as the inspiration for Miki "Miko" Kuroda's nickname.
 
==Credits==
 
==Credits==
 
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[[Category:Anime]]
 
[[Category:Anime]]
[[Category:2018 Anime]]
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[[Category:2018 Web Anime]]

Revision as of 19:52, 22 December 2021

Devilman Crybaby 2018 Netflix Poster.jpg

Devilman: Crybaby is an original net animation series based on the manga series Devilman by Go Nagai. It began streaming in both English and Japanese on Netflix on January 5, 2018.

English Voice Cast

Main Cast

Secondary Cast

Minor Cast

Minor Cast (Uncredited)

Additional Voices (Uncredited)

Trivia

  • Cherami Leigh's character was miscredited as "Mikiko Kawamoto", a completely different character who made a cameo at the very end of the series and whose name served as the inspiration for Miki "Miko" Kuroda's nickname.

Credits