Just like in the previous volume, Volume 3 of Amon: The Darkside of The Devilman is set during the cretaceous period, and has Amon, Sirene, and Kaim as the main characters. It also introduces a new character named Atai.
The plot of Amon: The Darkside of The Devilman Volume 3 continues from the ending of Volume 2 in which Sirene decided to become Satan’s decoy for the angels. Once she is captured and sent to their location where they are injecting God’s blood into demons, Sirene uses her Antennas to signal for help. Amon and Kaim hear the signal, and go to rescue her, but a something surprising and unexpected happens when they reach the location.
Amon The Darkside of The Devilman Volume 3 does a brilliant job at going into more depth about the origins of Amon, and serving as another good addition to the entire series as a whole.
As I’ve already said in my previous reviews, Yu Kinutani’s writing and artwork is spectacular and flawless. While this volume doesn’t end in a complete cliffhanger, the ending has very good foreshadowing that sets up volume 4.
One thing that I really need to let anyone who wants to read this manga know is that all 6 volumes of it are very quick and easy to read. So if your in the mood to read a brilliant manga that’s not too time consuming, this is what I recommend to you.
Amon: The Darkside of The Devilman Volume 3 (as well as the whole series) is another example of how Yu Kinutani achieved in adding something new and wonderful to Go Nagai’s Devilman franchise without trying to contradict and/or ruin anything that was already established by Go Nagai.
I give Amon: The Darkside of The Devilman Volume 3 5/5 Stars, and Two Thumbs Up.