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He sees Johan as an ideal Aryan leader, who could become the next Adolf Hitler to lead Germany into prominence. Monster received a nine-volume kanzenban re-release between 30 January and 29 August 2008.[6][7]. When Director Heinemann, Dr. Oppenheim, and Dr. Boyer are found dead, Dr. Becker, Tenma and a nurse discover that the Liebert twins are gone. Kenyu Horiuchi as Unberto Mori 12. Johan is also the mastermind of the serial murders of middle-aged couples throughout Germany. The Monster anime series adapts Naoki Urasawa's manga of the same name.The 74-episode series was created by Madhouse and broadcast on Nippon Television from April 7, 2004 to September 28, 2005. In Another Monster, Eva explains that she left Tenma after Director Heinemann demoted him because her father needed a right-hand man who he could put his full trust in. Johan Liebert was shot in the head as a child when his parents were killed in their home, but saved from death by Dr. Tenma. Because of his laziness, he forces Wim to run errands for him and abuses him. After Johan is flown to a hospital in a helicopter, Tenma treats him and is cleared of all charges. The plan falters when Gustav announces his love and promises to go clean for his girlfriend Helene. Junko Minagawa as Spectra Vondergeist (スペクトラ・ヴォンダーガイスト, Supekurota Vondāgaisuto) He is married, and during the series his wife gives birth to their daughter. Nonetheless, Tenma and Heckel must rely on each other in order to survive. Most monsters are horrific in appearance; many monsters are clearly humanoid, but others take on shapes that belie their origins. Monster. He later becomes guardian to Dieter (helping Tenma and defending his character) and provides psychological care to Nina, Eva and others. Voiced by: Yasuyoshi Hara (Japanese); Christopher Corey Smith (English). Urasawa revealed that he pitched the idea of writing a manga about the medical field around 1986, but could tell his editor was not enjoying the idea. Main Characters. He fathered a son with a prostitute named Margot Langer. Games Movies TV Video. He and Verdemann later team up to discover the truth about Franz Bonaparta. There are similarities between Tenma and Suk: both are young men with promise in their professions, caught in a web of events as a prime suspect. During a hypnosis session with Dr. Gillen, her personality changes and she attacks him. He believes that Johan is still in the hospital, but thinks it best to not interview him if he awakens. Martin Reest (マルティン・レースト, Marutin Rēsuto) was imprisoned for eight years for shooting his girlfriend and her lover. After the Ruhenheim Massacre at the end of the series, Schuwald is informed of Tenma's current status and wishes to see him again one day. At one point she has a budding romance with her gardener, but after seeing his ex-wife visit his daughter at Christmas, Eva burns her house down in a drunken rage. Tenma refuses, and the man holding the gun is revealed to be Johan Liebert. In his paranoia, when being driven to his villa Čapek kills his bodyguard when he thinks the guard is trying to kill him; he was actually reaching for his lighter. The calm surface of the music giving way to darker undercurrents, signifying the conscience of the lead protagonist and the themes of morality, fate, resignation, and free will. Peter Čapek recruited him to bring Eva Heinemann to Frankfurt and act as her bodyguard. What he loves most is his job; Lunge missed a chance to meet his grandson for the first time to see Tenma's friends from Japan instead. Monsters are one of the top antagonists of Sweet Home. When a young boy with a bullet wound arrives in 1986, Tenma is about to operate when Chief of Surgery Dr. Oppenheim and Director Heinemann tell him to work on the mayor, who came in later instead. Edition of International Material – Japan (2007 and 2009) and three times in Best Co… Based on their conversation, she still holds a grudge on Bonaparta for murdering her lover. Writing both Monster and 20th Century Boys at the same time caused him to be briefly hospitalized for exhaustion. 7 Paranoia Agent Someone is bound to get short-changed, loose ends are bound to be left dangling, and even if they weren't, the simple truth is that no climax could ever live up to the series' build-up. He has Tenma operate on F. Rosenbach while Dr. Becker treats the Turkish construction worker. Daisuke Ono as Eliott Leland 6. Voiced by: Nachi Nozawa (Japanese); Michael McConnohie (English). When Čapek's other bodyguards discover he killed their partner, he is shot in the head by one them while wondering what he and Franz were trying to create. Martin hates to drink, because of his childhood with an alcoholic mother. After Tenma prevented Nina's suicide Čapek sees Tenma, telling him he is pursuing Franz Bonaparta. During the Ruhenheim Massacre, he plans to avenge himself on the patrons of a local pub who often insulted him by killing them only to find everyone inside already dead. In Another Monster, Gillen writes a best-seller about Johan and his string of murders. It is unknown why, but it is hinted that he does so to protect Tenma. Karl Neumann (カール・ノイマン, Kāru Noiman) is a student at the University of Munich and the son of Schuwald and Langer (who sent him away for a better life). Dr. Kenzou Tenma, an elite neurosurgeon recently engaged to his hospital director's daughter, is well on his way to ascending the hospital hierarchy. In a bar, they exchange stories of their romantic lives. Čapek later had Nina brought where Johan was waiting for them. He is caught up in the mystery surrounding the "Monster" after one of his patients (Richard Brown) dies allegedly in a drunken accident while investigating Johan Liebert. Verdemann is also Gunther Milch's lawyer in Another Monster, making him promise not to escape from prison again in exchange for Verdemann's exonerating him.. [8][9][10] The series has also received domestic releases in other countries, such as in Germany by Egmont Manga & Anime, in France and the Netherlands by Kana, in Spain by Planeta DeAgostini, in Brazil by Conrad Editora and later by Panini Brasil, in Argentina by Larp Editores, in Taiwan by Tong Li Publishing, and in Mexico by Grupo Editorial Vid. Heinrich Lunge (ハインリッヒ・ルンゲ, Hainrihhi Runge)[2] is a BKA detective assigned to the murder case at Eisler Memorial Hospital. Voiced by: Hisayoshi Suganuma (Japanese); Michael Sinterniklaas (English). He tells Tenma that he has already filed his report to Director Heinemann and that Mayor Roedecker's death is Temna's fault as he, Boyer, and the other doctor walk away. He is the father of Jaromir Lipsky, who received a postcard from him that later directs Inspector Lunge to Ruhenheim, where Franz runs the Hotel Versteck. When the Liebert twins are brought in, he helps Tenma with Johan's surgery. Ren finds himself in a pinch as the monster is capable of inflicting real damage, but manages to summon a monster of his own, the diminutive dragon Oragon, as well as awakening an alter ego from his missing memories. Comatose, he is visited by Tenma in a police hospital. Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher, ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. After a crisis of conscience, Tenma saves the life of the young boy who came in first while the mayor dies. Note that some names have alternate spellings so this list features the most common spellings. Bicycle Police Officer • Doppel • Draco • Kuroko Smith • Lilith • Manako • Polt • The Racist Couple • Tionishia • … Although the studio initially announced a 2009 release,[18][19] the project apparently fell into production limbo. With his parents abroad, Kimihito Kurusu lived a quiet, unremarkable life alone until monster girls came crowding in! When Tenma tells Director Heinemann that he is the only one who can successfully operate on Johan and to have Dr. Boyer handle the mayor for him, Heinemann ignores Tenma's request since the next review of medical facilities will have the Mayor promising increased funding to Eisler Memorial. Join the online community, create your anime and manga list, read reviews, explore the forums, follow news, and so much more! Secondary Characters. Voiced by: Nozomu Sasaki (Japanese); Keith Silverstein (English). Kazuhiro Yamaji as Endurph 8. Dr. Kenzo Tenma is a renowned Japanese brain surgeon working at a leading hospital in Germany. At the series' end, Jan Suk visits Grimmer's grave with Inspector Lunge and Fritz Verdemann. After another bullying episode, Wim is tempted to use the gun he received when the Ruhenheim Massacre begins. He was the strict boss of Kenzo Tenma and the other doctors and surgeons that worked there. Voiced by: Eiji Hanawa (Japanese); Doug Erholtz (English). (1986–1993). He thinks Tenma is the prime suspect, believing "Johan" is an imaginary person Tenma blames for his crimes; he is later convinced that Johan is a split personality Tenma suppresses. Voiced by: Kōichi Kitamura (Japanese); Anthony Landor (English). Lipsky credits Nina, who showed him he could be happy. "[33] He commented that even the stories and characters that had felt unrelated to the greater picture are "eventually drawn together by Johan's grand plan. "[11], An English dub of Monster was produced by Salami Studios for Viz Media, which had the North American license to the anime. The manga series Monster features a cast of characters created by Naoki Urasawa. Lanke tells a story about his sister who, with her husband, was shot trying to cross the Berlin Wall into West Germany; only their son, Adolf Reinhart (アドルフ・ラインハルト, Adorufu Rainharuto), survived the attack. Instead he asks Eva to run away with him. At the end of the series, Nina is graduating from college and plans to attend law school. He is engaged to Eva Heinemann, daughter of the hospital's Director Heinemann. The police suspect Tenma, but they have no evidence and can only question him. Read more information about the character Johan Liebert from Monster? Hans Georg Schuwald (ハンス・ゲオルグ・シューバルト, Hansu Georugu Shūbaruto), known as the "Vampire of Bavaria" (バイエルンの吸血鬼, Baierun no Kyūketsuki), is a successful, reclusive paraplegic businessman who has strong influence on the European economy. She is saved by Tenma who wounds Sievernich. He later teams up with Nina, to help her find out more about her past and give her moral support when her traumatic memories resurface (since he was also subjected to similar abuse). Heckel becomes friends with Dieter around the time when Tenma has his encounter with "The Baby." Johan is saved, but Mayor Roedecker dies; Tenma loses his social standing. Voiced by: Ryūsuke Ōbayashi (Japanese); Kyle Hebert (English). The genre has a lot of crossover with ecchi , harem , and other related genres, and it tends to include a lot of fan service - Monster Musume and Rosario + Vampire are well-known examples that … The Baby first appears to Nina from behind a red curtain, dancing to "Be My Baby". Voiced by: Yoshisada Sakaguchi (Japanese); Peter Lurie (English). Inspired by her, Lipski begins work on a new show with a new puppet resembling her. However, it is also hinted that Johan kills Margot. Under orders from his father, he encounters Tenma at the train station and reveals that the twins' mother lives in Prague. Voiced by: Masaru Ikeda (Japanese); Steve Kramer (English). Nina is a sweet, kind, loving, hardworking and intelligent young woman. Later that night, Tenma pulls a gun on Martin, who describes Eva pointing out Johan at one of Peter's parties so that Peter can introduce Kristoff Sievernich to Johan. She is independent, superficial, bossy, loud, demanding, and manipulative. A member of the military was ordered to have children with her, but after actually falling in love, told her the truth and they tried to run away together. Richard Brown (リヒァルト・ブラウン, Rihiarudo Buraun) is a private investigator hired by Schuwald to investigate the (apparent) suicide of Edmund Farren. Voiced by: Kyoko Hikami (Japanese); Julie Ann Taylor (English). He is killed by an exotic dancer employed by Johan in a plot to destroy Peter Čapek and his organization. He is seeing Dr. Reichwein to overcome his addiction, is piecing his life back together and has partially reconciled with his family. The story revolves around Kenzo Tenma, a Japanese surgeon living in Germany whose life enters turmoil after getting himself involved with Johan Liebert, one of his former patients who is revealed to be a dangerous psychopath. He tells Tenma he had fallen in love with the twins' mother at first sight, also confessing that he killed anyone who knew of the existence of her and the twins. Bonaparta then told her to forget what she saw and to run away and not "become monsters." Of Johan's henchmen, Roberto appears the most frequently as an enemy. She is also cruel, taunting, demeaning, and hates not having her way. When Tenma is arrested Schuwald has Karl hire Fritz Verdemann to represent him, and Neumann is present when Nina returns for therapy with Dr. Gillen. Psycho-Pass also features realistically grounded characters and will leave viewers questioning their morals. Suk obtains a tape made by the former headmaster of 511 Kinderheim and meets with Wolfgang Grimmer in an abandoned building, but is badly wounded by those seeking it. Angered over her death, Martin killed her ex-boyfriend but never told the police that she shot herself. Director Heinemann's murder takes a toll on her. While they do not agree, Lanke mentions Franz Bonaparta (a picture-book author living in a mansion covered with red roses, who cared for the Liebert twins). Voiced by: Nobuo Tanaka (Japanese); Dave Mallow (English). https://hatsukoimonster.fandom.com/wiki/Hatsukoi_Monster_(anime) Martin meets Tenma at a diner and beats him up, telling him to forget about Eva. At the end of the series, she becomes an interior decorator who has released her anger at Tenma and her grief for Martin when she visits Dr. Reichwein. YALSA placed it on their 2007 Great Graphic Novels for Teens list. [26] Viz Media's English release was nominated several times for Eisner Awards, twice in the category Best U.S. Director Heinemann 1. When Nina and Dr. Gillen arrive, Wim recognizes Nina from the drawings of her and Johan in the "vampire's house" on the hill. Main Characters Dr. Kenzo Tenma The protagonist of the series, he is a Japanese neurosurgeon working in Düsseldorf, Germany. Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson (A History of Violence) was hired to write the screenplay. One night when she refused to come home with him, Martin (tired of her drunkness) left her on the streets alone and she froze to death. By the end of the series he reunites with Otto Heckel, who tells Dieter to give information he dug up on where the mother of the Liebert twins is to Tenma. After Director Heinemann's funeral, Dr. Becker and Tenma are approached by Inspectors Weisbach and Lunge, who are searching for clues. It is revealed that Eva followed Tenma nine years ago and saw Johan Liebert the night he murdered Adolf Junkers. Martin later warns Eva of an attempt on her life and allows her to escape with plans to met up later. Tenma saves the singer, but the construction worker dies as a result of treatment delays from Dr. Becker. When the Liebert twins came in, he hands Tenma his phone when Director Heinemann orders Tenma to treat Mayor Roedecker first. Nine years later, Tenma learns that the doctors' murders were committed by the boy he saved when the now-grown boy, Johan Liebert, commits another right in front of him. He then takes a "holiday" in Prague to track down Franz Bonaparta, author of a book which may reveal Johan's origins. [32] Reviewing the Monster manga for Anime News Network (ANN), Carl Kimlinger called Urasawa a master of suspense "effortlessly maintaining the delicate balance of deliberate misinformation and explicit delineation of the dangers facing protagonists that only the finest suspense thrillers ever achieve. But Margot succeeded and worked as a high-class call girl who eventually became Schuwald's lover. "[33], Carlo Santos, also for ANN, called Monster "a one-of-a-kind thriller" and suggests that one of the most overlooked qualities of it is that "amidst all the mystery and horror, there are moments of love and hope and all the good things about humanity. Tenma returns with a clock for Junkers, he finds the guard in front of Junkers' room dead and Junkers gone. While Nina is primarily a pacifist, she will threaten (or kill) someone if she feels it necessary or to protect others. Gunther Milch (ギュンター・ミルヒ, Gyuntā Miruhi) is a convict who, as a child, was kept in a cabinet while his parents were at work. Shot in the leg by Tenma, he is dropped off at the nearest hospital after Tenma learns Johan's whereabouts. A string of mysterious murders begin to occur soon after the operation, and Dr. Tenma emerges as the primary … Franz Bonaparta. Grimmer requests an agreement to obtain Petrov's tape and research materials for an unknown party in Germany in return for Suk's safety. Nine years later, Weisbach is near retirement when he brings apprehended murderer Rheinhardt Dinger to the police station. This is mentioned to Franz Bonaparta, who tells Wim he did the right thing not to use the gun. It won an Excellence Prize in the Manga division at the first Japan Media Arts Festival in 1997, the 46th Shogakukan Manga Award in the General category in 2001, and Grand Prize at the 3rd Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize. Before Tenma leaves for Prague, he has Karl deliver a message to Schuwald about the mother of the Liebert twins' living in Prague. Eva finds Kristoff Sievernich (partially responsible for Martin's death) and tries unsuccessfully to kill him.

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