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  1. known as 666 Satan in Japan, is a Japanese manga series published by Enix (later Square Enix) under its Monthly Shōnen Gangan imprint, and created by Seishi Kishimoto, the younger twin brother of Masashi Kishimoto, creator of the highly popular mang

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  2. A. E. Sparrow of IGN titled the header for his review of the series as "Naruto is in its blood." Sparrow said that one reads the series when "you feel you've outgrown Naruto and want to find something with a bit more to it."

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  3. licensed for an English language release by Viz Media, which released it under the title to O-Parts Hunter

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  4. The series draws heavily on Kabbalistic traditions and Judeo-Christian demonology for its plot, and less so on Japanese folklore

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  5. Since then end of 666 Satan Seishi has moved on to a new manga Blazer Drive

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