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Beelzebub ep 38 eng sub – FullHD | Livican Pasion


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Beelzebub (Japanese: べるぜバブ Hepburn: Beruzebabu) is a Japanese manga series about a first year student at a school for juvenile delinquents, written and illustrated by Ryūhei Tamura. Beelzebub was first published in 2008 as a one-shot by Tamura in issue 37-38 of Weekly Shōnen Jump, subsequently winning the fourth Gold Future Cup. The manga was then serialized in the same magazine, from its 13th issue in 2009 to its 13th issue in 2014, then in Shōnen Jump Next!! as Beelzebub Another (べるぜバブ 番外編 Beruzebabu Bangai Hen), from its 2nd issue in 2014 to its 1st issue in 2015.

The Pierrot+ studio produced an OVA of Beelzebub, which was broadcast during the Jump Super Anime Tour in October 2010. This was followed by an anime television series which aired in Japan between January 9, 2011 and March 25, 2012.

Beelzebub ep 38 eng sub – FullHD | Livican Pasion


An anime adaptation has been produced by Pierrot Plus. An original video animation was shown during the Jump Super Anime Tour between October 23 and November 21, 2010. The TV anime premiered on January 9, 2011 on Yomiuri TV and other NNS stations and ended on March 25, 2012.[8] Crunchyroll simulcasted the series in North America and Europe two hours after airing. However, some episodes were postponed and rescheduled following the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. The series ended on March 25, 2012 with a total of 60 episodes.[8] The series airs with English subtitles on Animax Asia in Southeast Asia, although it is edited to cover Baby Beel’s nudity with a diaper. The show has now been picked up for U.S. home video release by Discotek Media.

Beelzebub (べるぜバブ Beruzebabu) is a 2011 Japanese anime television series based on Ryūhei Tamura’s manga series of the same name. The animated series was produced by Studio Pierrot+ under the direction of Yoshihiro Takamoto. The series follows high school delinquent Tatsumi Oga, who is forced to raise Beelzebub, the son of the Devil King who was sent to earth to destroy humanity. An original video animation was shown at the Jump Super Anime Tour between October 23 and November 21, 2010.[1] The television series began airing in Japan on Yomiuri TV from January 9, 2011. The opening theme for the OVA is “Appare☆Boss Appears! Beelzebub” (アッパレ☆番長参上!べるぜバブ Appare☆ Banchō Sanchō! Beruzebabu) by Takeuchi Hiroaki. The television series uses six pieces of theme music, three openings and three endings. The first opening theme used between episodes 1 to 10 is “DaDaDa” (だだだ) by Group Tamashii, while the second opening theme, used from episode 11-23, is “The First Goodbye” (始まるのは, サヨナラ Hajimaru no wa, Sayonara) by On/Off. The third opening theme, “Hey!!!” by FLOW is used from episodes 24 onward. The fourth opening theme Baby U! by MBLAQ is used from episodes 36 to 48. The fifth opening theme is Only you -Kimi to no Kizuna- by Lc5 is used from episodes 49 onward. The first ending theme used for episodes 1-10 is “Answer” by no3b, while the second theme, used from episode 11-23 is “Show of Courage” (つよがり Tsuyogari) by Shoko Nakagawa. The third ending theme, “Nanairo Namida” by Tomato n’Pine is used from episodes 24 to 35. The fourth ending is “Papepipu Papipepu papepipupo” by Nozomi Sasaki is used from episodes 36 to 48. The fifth ending is Shōjo Traveler by 9nine is used from episodes 49 onward.

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