Devilman Crybaby Ending Explained - Spoiler Alert
Ending Explained - Devilman Crybaby
Moral of the story? A single man cannot change fate. Humans as a species are too selfish, and are doomed?
About Devilman Crybaby
The new January 5th, 2018, ten part Netflix anime series, titled Devilman Crybaby (Masaaka Yuasa, director / Ichiro Okouchiis, writer - based on mangaka Go Nagai's 1970s classic manga comic story, which starts with The Classic Collection Vol. 1) is a graphic miracle of epic proportions, one this Forbes article describes as a neck-snapping adult with anime extreme visuals.
Gi Nagai's Devilman,
Ryo Asuka tells his best friend Akira Fudo that humans are about to lose the Earth to a pernicious species of demons (it's like Dormammu for anime), and that one way to counter their attack is for Akira to merge with one of these demons. So, Akiri does merge with the demon named Amon and becomes Devilman, a boy with a human soul and demon powers like being able to look demonish with his new horns and wings. Devilman also exposes some of the deeper, darker elements of humanity with its story, in much the same way Deathnote, a 2017 anime thriller did.
Here is the trailer below: