CB Chara Nagai Go World
CB Chara Nagai Go World (CBキャラ永井豪ワールド, CB kyara nagai gō wārudo, "Chibi Characters Go Nagai's World") is an original video animation based in the works of Go Nagai. It was originally released from February 21, 1991 to June 27, 1991 in three episodes. Following the same concept, a oneshot manga by Nagai was released in 1992.
|CB Chara Nagai Go World|
Vol. 2 (VHS).
(cb kyara nagai gō wārudo)
|Original video animation|
|Directed by||Umanosuke Iida|
|Written by||Umanosuke Iida|
|Music by||Kenji Kawai|
|Released||February 21, 1991 – June 27, 1991|
|CB Chara Nagai Go World Gekitotsu! Shin Shun Kakushi Geitai Kai|
|Written by||Go Nagai|
|Published by||Sankei Shinbunsha|
|Published||January 1, 1992|
The OVA was also released in Italy under the name Il pazzo mondo di Go Nagai.
As Akira Fudo wakes up, he finds himself in a "chibi" form, which he thinks doesn't fit a hero such as himself. He is not the only one that has changed. Together with Ryo and Miki, they set out on a journey to restore their proper appearances and find out what caused this change. During their adventure they find several other characters from the world of Go Nagai, such as Mazinger Z, Dr. Hell, Baron Ashura, and others.
- Akira Fudo/Devilman (played by Shō Hayami)
- Ryo Asuka/Satan (Ryo played by Yū Mizushima, Satan played by Sakiko Tamagawa)
- Miki Makimura (played by Jun Takanomaki)
- Jinmen (played by Takeshi Aono)
- Sirène (played by Yoshiko Sakakibara)
- Psycho Genie
- Koji Kabuto (played by Kappei Yamaguchi)
- Sayaka Yumi (played by Ikue Ōtani)
- Baron Ashura (male part played by Kōichi Yamadera, female part played by Saeko Shimazu)
- Dr. Hell (played by Kōsei Tomita)
- Gamia Q3 (played by Megumi Hayashibara)
- Count Brocken
- Garada K7
- Belgas V5
Several other characters from other series created by Nagai also appear in both the opening and ending of the episodes, although they do not have a role in the main story.
- Distributor: Bandai Visual
- Planning: Dynamic Planning
- Original work: Go Nagai
- Director/storyboards: Umanosuke Iida
- Animation director: Tsutomu Yabuki
- Character design/key animation director: Kazuo Komatsubara
- Art director: Yoshinari Kanehako
- Director of photography: Naoto Fujikura
- Sound director: Shigeru Chiba
- Music: Kenji Kawai
- Production: Dynamic Planning, Triangle Staff
- Executive producer: Bandai
|#||Title||Standard number||Original release date|
|1||Transcription: "ore wa akuma da debiruman!" (Japanese: オレは悪魔だデビルマン!)||BES-541||February 21, 1991|
|2||Transcription: "ore wa tsuyoi zo majingā Z!" (Japanese: オレは強いぞマジンガーZ!)||BES-542||April 25, 1991|
|3||Transcription: "korega saigo da baiorensu jakku!" (Japanese: これが最後だバイオレンスジャック!)||BES-543||June 27, 1991|
|#||Standard number||Release date|
|1||BEAL-377||March 21, 1991|
|2||BEAL-378||May 23, 1991|
|3||BEAL-379||July 25, 1991|
Releases outside JapanEdit
The oneshot manga titled CB Chara Nagai Go World Gekitotsu! Shin Shun Kakushi Geitai Kai (CBキャラ永井豪ワールド激突!新春かくし芸大会, cb kyara nagai gō wārudo gekitotsu! shinshun kakushi geitaikai) was released on January 1, 1992 in the magazine Comic Sankei, published by Sankei Shinbunsha.
- "CBキャラ永井豪ワールド" [CB Chara Nagai Go World] (in Japanese). Japan: The World of Go Nagai. Retrieved 2009-12-28.
- "CBキャラ永井豪ワールド" [CB Chara Nagai Go World World] (in Japanese). Japan: Go-mania. Archived from the original on 2011-07-16. Retrieved 2009-12-28.
- "オリジナルビデオ アニメ CBキャラ永井豪ワールド - allcinema" [Original Video Anime anime CB Chara Nagai Go World - allcinema] (in Japanese). Japan: allcinema. Retrieved 2009-12-28.
- "CBキャラ永井豪ワールド リマスターBOX" [CB Chara Nagai Go World Remaster Box] (in Japanese). Japan: Bandai Visual. Archived from the original on 2011-06-13. Retrieved 2009-12-28.
- "CBキャラ永井豪ワールド リマスターBOX (DVD)" [CB Chara Nagai Go World Remaster Box (DVD)] (in Japanese). Japan: Amazon.com, Inc. Retrieved 2009-12-28.
- Genna, Antonio. "Il pazzo mondo di Go Nagai" [The crazy world of Go Nagai] (in Italian). Italy: Il mondo dei doppiatori. Retrieved 2009-12-28.
- "Il pazzo mondo di Go Nagai" [The crazy world of Go Nagai] (in Italian). Italy: Il Fantastico Mondo di Go Nagai. Retrieved 2009-12-28.
- "Yamatovideo - Il pazzo mondo di Go Nagai (3 DVD)". www.yamatovideo.com. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
- "Go Nagai works list 1991-2000". Nagai Go Special Corner (in Japanese). Japan: eBOOK Initiative Japan Co. Ltd. Retrieved 2009-12-28.
- "Work chronology 1985-1989" (in Japanese). Japan: Go-mania. Archived from the original on 2009-05-07. Retrieved 2009-12-28.