This Devilman omake page is a collection of scans and miscellaneous tidbits regarding Devilman. I wanted to keep this stuff all in the same section rather than spread it throughout the other pages.
Here is an interesting scan from a Devilman Lady artbook. It is a chart with the genealogy of Devilman. This chart is pretty informative but not complete. The Mazinger Z vs. Devilman movie is left out as well as Amon: The Apocalypse of Devilman OAV (likely released after the artbook's publishing). Violence Jack is also left off the chart. The gray boxes represent manga, the white boxes represent anime and the black boxes represent novels. Here are the untranslated and translated versions.
Neo Devilman manga is an interesting collection of stories from various artists. Some stories retell scenes from the original manga, others flesh out scenes briefly touched on in the manga, and the rest are completely original. Neo Devilman is definitely worth a look.
Look for Devilman to appear in the Devilman Lady manga starting with volume 8 and Satan appears soon after.
Amon: The Apocalypse of Devilman, was shown on Japanese pay-per-view on March 18, 19 and 20 of 2000. The official Amon website has many great images and a few movies. Beware of spoilers on the site. Anyway, it covers the beginning of the final storyarc in Devilman - Armageddon, the final battle between good and evil.
Violence Jack makes a cameo appearance in the Kekko Kamen live-action movies.
Speaking of Violence Jack, characters from many of Go Nagai's works appear in the manga over time including characters from Mazinger Z, Cutey Honey and Devilman.
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