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Genres: mystery, supernatural
Themes: demons
Number of episodes: 12
Vintage: 2007-07-12
Opening Theme: “Kagen no Tsuki” by Ryouta Komatsu and Charlie Kosei
Ending Theme: “Natsu no Hana” by JUJU

Plot Summary: “Mononoke” continues the story of the medicine seller from the “Bakeneko” arc of “Ayakashi,” as he continues to face various dangerous spirits. (from ANN)


[size=16]Siren Visual Acquires Hakaba Kitarō and Mononoke[/size]
posted on 2013-02-02 18:52 EST

[size=16]’Mononoke’ DVD Listed by U.S. Retailer[/size]
posted on 2014-03-12 23:58 EDT


[size=20]Cinedigm to Release Mononoke TV Anime on DVD in July[/size]
posted on 2014-05-16 16:00 EDT
2007 spinoff of Ayakashi - Samurai Horror Tales to be released on July 15

The official website for video publisher Cinedigm confirms that the company will release Toei Animation’s Mononoke anime on DVD on July 15. The series will come on two DVDs for US$19.95. Cinedigm describes the story:

Mononoke is the 2007 spinoff of Ayakashi - Samurai Horror Tales. The series has not previously been released on home video in North America. Siren Visual released the series in Australia and New Zealand.


[size=20]Crunchyroll Streams Destroy All Monsters & Mononoke, Lists Zatch Bell[/size]
posted on 2015-01-13 22:40 EST

Media service Crunchyroll began streaming TOHO’s classic live-action tokusatsu (special effects) film Destroy All Monsters on Tuesday. The movie is available now in the United States and Canada for Premium Members, and one month from now for Freemium Users.

Crunchyroll is also now streaming the television anime Mononoke in the United States and Canada to Premium Members. Freemium Users can watch the anime tentatively starting on April 11. New Video Group (Cinedigm) released the series on DVD last July. Crunchyroll has a web page with synopsis for Zatch Bell, but with no videos yet.

Update: Crunchyroll began streaming Zatch Bell episodes to premium users on Wednesday, and will stream them to free users on February 4.


The art in this one is surreal, but very beautiful. The stories are good, as is the music. I didn’t find it too horrifying though. But I really enjoyed watching it!!


[size=16]Kotobukiya Teases Mononoke Figure Before Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair[/size]
posted on 2015-09-13 17:15 EDT / by Lynzee Lamb / ANN


[size=16]ARTFX J Mononoke Figure Available for Preorder[/size]
posted on 2015-10-09 19:45 EDT by Lynzee Loveridge
New manga also planned for next year

August 07, 2016 2:00pm CDT
From the director of “Gatchaman Crowds” comes a series of unsettling tales of ghosts and guilty consciences