Naoki Urasawa’s Monster Anime Coming to Syfy

Monster anime

One of the best manga of 2008, Naoki Urasawa’s Monster, will debut in animated form on Syfy on October 12. The former Sci-Fi Network is running “Ani-Monday“, an anime programming block. After airing on Mondays on Syfy, the episodes will re-run on Chiller (a channel focused on horror and suspense) in the following week.

The cartoon series is rated TV-MA and is promised to “remain true to the original story.” Neurosurgeon Dr. Tenma saved a child who then turned out to be the monster of the title, a cold-blooded killer with no remorse. Tenma then sets out to remedy his mistake, giving up his career and risking his life to chase the young man around the world, all while the police suspect him of the murders.

On the East Coast, two episodes will air every Monday, beginning at 11 PM. There were 74 episodes produced, which means a nine-month (or longer) run.


  1. OMG yay!!! i have watched the series and LOVE it the ending was crazy, im so happy scifi was smart and put this series on their list for animes, it is something I think a lot of people that watch scifi will really appeal to. I hope that they will have more animes like serial experiments lain and maybe even spiral they are really good for scifi too.

  2. This series is absoluetely incredible, WATCH IT

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