Naoki Urasawa's MONSTER Hits DVD
Tense psychological masterpiece coming December 8th...
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VIZ Media brings Naoki Urasawa's MONSTER to DVD in a Box Set scheduled for release on December 8th.
Based on the acclaimed manga creator's tense psychological masterpiece, MONSTER Box Set 1 features 3 DVDs/15 episodes (episodes 1-15), is rated 'M' for Mature Audiences, and carries a suggested MSRP of $59.90 U.S. / $85.99 CAN. The DVD box set will also include an exclusive digital booklet, which is a digitized version of the original Japanese booklet.
Naoki Urasawa's MONSTER is also featured each Monday night on Syfy's Ani-Monday block, and re-broadcasted the week after on SyFy's sister network, Chiller, which airs a variety of horror and suspense-themed programs. Check local listings for specific airtimes.
What would you do if a child you saved grew up to be a Monster? An ice-cold killer is on the loose, and Dr. Kenzo Tenma is the only one who can stop him! Tenma, a brilliant neurosurgeon with a promising future, risks his career to save the life of a critically wounded young boy named Johan. When the boy, now a coldhearted and charismatic young man, reappears nine years later in the midst of a string of unusual serial murders, Tenma must go on the run to uncover the story of Johan and stop the Monster he set loose upon the world. Conspiracies, serial murders, and secret government experiments set against the grim backdrop of the former East Germany are masterfully woven together in this compelling psychological drama. The critically acclaimed MONSTER manga series is also published in North America by VIZ Media and was nominated for a prestigious Eisner Award in 2009.