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The television series Dororo Motion Manga follows a man with 48 body parts that have been missing since birth. He was left to die but was able to survive. A healer found him and created the rest of his body using magic. He now travels with the healer to kill demons and save others.

Dororo Motion Manga is a Anime series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (24 episodes). The series first aired on December 5, 2009.

Dororo Motion Manga is available for streaming on the Tezuka Productions website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Dororo Motion Manga on demand at Amazon Prime online.

Tezuka Productions
1 Season, 24 Episodes
December 5, 2009
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Dororo Motion Manga Full Episode Guide

  • Daigo's castle is engulfed in flames. Within, two brothers by blood are at the mercy of fate. Dororo, Jukai and Lady Nui also head for the castle, each with their own thoughts weighing down upon their hearts. For a life that began with a silenced cry, where will the path of destiny lead?

  • Hyakkimaru comes face to face with Tahomaru, Mutsu and Hyogo, who have been possessed by the power of demons. Dororo, Lady Nui and Biwamaru hurry to the scene, where they witness a ferocious battle that will determine the future of the land of Daigo.

  • Inside Daigo's castle, Lady Nui appears before the cell in which Dororo has been imprisoned. Meanwhile, Hyakkimaru is also approaching the castle as he tries to take back both his body and Dororo. Behind Hyakkimaru stands Midoro, who has transformed into a ghoul.

  • Daigo Kagemitsu continues to prepare for war with the neighboring land of Asakura. Upon receiving word that Hyakkimaru is approaching his domain, Kagemitsu sends Tahomaru to dispose of him.

  • While traveling along a mountain path in search of a demon, Dororo and Hyakkimaru encounter a young man named Dice-spot Saburota. The man says that he too is hunting the demon, and they set off to exterminate it together.

  • To fix Hyakkimaru's broken sword, he and Dororo travel to a village where a master swordmaker named Munetsuna lives. Upon arriving at Munetsuna's house, they are met by his daughter Okowa.

  • The shark demon lets out a roar and attacks Dororo, who is tied up and unable to move. Meanwhile, a troop of soldiers commanded by Tahomaru is also approaching the cape.

  • Jukai is reunited with a bloodied Hyakkimaru at the site of a recent battle, and finds out the truth of how Hyakkimaru and the demons are connected. Hyakkimaru asks Jukai for a new prosthetic leg, but

  • Dororo has been captured by Itachi and is being taken to the cape where Hibukuro supposedly hid the money. As Itachi and his men look for boats to get across to the cape, they are approached by a one-armed boy named Shiranui.

  • Sabame has been feeding people to the demons to protect the village over which he rules. As Hyakkimaru once again confronts the demon moths, Dororo gets trapped in a storehouse.

  • Having left Daigo's domain, Dororo finds a statue of Fudo, one of the wisdom gods. But the statue is actually a demon that is harvesting humans' faces in an attempt to find one for itself.

  • Kagemitsu, who offered up his own son to the demons. Hyakkimaru, who is trying to get back the body parts that were taken from him. As if drawn together by fate, they face each other.

  • After entering Lord Daigo's domain, Dororo and Hyakkimaru hear tales of Banmon, the huge wall that is the last remnant of a fort that once stood on the border. Hyakkimaru squares off against the fox demon that haunts the wall.

  • A village within Daigo's domain is being terrorized by a ghoul that dwells in a nearby lake. Tahomaru, accompanied by his aides Hyogo and Mutsu, volunteers to exterminate the ghoul.

  • Dororo comes down with a high fever. While woozy from its effects, the youngster catches a glimpse of some red spider lilies, which stirs up memories of past days spent with parents Hibukuro and Ojiya.

  • At a certain village, young girls are offered up as ritual sacrifices to appease a giant centipede demon that appears shrouded in black clouds. Hyakkimaru and Dororo team up with Saru, a boy whose older sister has been offered as a sacrifice, and together they confront the demon.

  • The spider-like ghoul Jorogumo is wounded by Hyakkimaru. To heal itself, it transforms into a woman and takes advantage of the hospitality of a young man named Yajiro. Having let Jorogumo slip through their fingers, Dororo and Hyakkimaru stop at a village where they hear rumors of a kidnapper at large.

  • Hyakkimaru regained his voice in a fight with a demon, but lost his leg in the process. After returning to the run-down temple to allow his wounds to heal, he once again sets out to confront the demon. Meanwhile, Mio and the children wait at the temple but...

  • Struggling to adapt to an unfamiliar world of "sound", Hyakkimaru is injured in a fight with a ghoul. He is taken in and nursed by a girl named Mio, who looks after children orphaned by war. However, after becoming aware of a demon nearby, Hyakkimaru heads out to fight it before he is fully recovered.

  • Dororo and Hyakkimaru come face to face with Tanosuke the Slaughterer, who wields a cursed sword in which a demon dwells. Hyakkimaru narrowly manages to repel Tanosuke, but the demon blade falls into Dororo's hands and begins to take control of him.

  • Jukai is a doctor who travels the land fitting prosthetic arms and legs to those who have lost their limbs in war. One day, on the riverbank he finds a baby missing most of its body parts. He decides to raise the child, who he names

  • A mysterious young samurai named Hyakkimaru is traveling alone, slaying monsters along his way. One day he encounters a thief named Dororo who follows him, trying to steal his sword.

  • A warlord named Daigokagemitsu makes a deal with forty-eight demons and promises to offer his unborn child in exchange for realizing his ambition to conquer the country. Later on his son is born with unbearable fate.

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