List of Neuro: Supernatural Detective episodes

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Cover of the first Neuro: Supernatural Detective DVD, released by VAP on December 21, 2007

The anime series Neuro: Supernatural Detective is based on the manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Yūsei Matsui, directed by Hiroshi Kōjina and co-produced by Madhouse, Nippon Television, Shueisha, D.N. Dream Partners and VAP.[1] The episodes follow Neuro Nogami: a demon who depends on mysteries for sustenance and, after solving all the mysteries in the demonic world, comes to Earth to solve its mysteries. Nero does this undetected by using a detective office and a high-school student, Yako Katsuragi, as a facade.

Production of the Neuro: Supernatural Detective anime was announced on July 14, 2007 in issue 33 of Shueisha's magazine, Weekly Shōnen Jump.[2] The series originally aired between October 2, 2007 and March 25, 2008 on Nippon Television;[3][4] it was later broadcast by four NTV affiliates: HTV, YTV, CTV and STV.[5] The episodes were later combined into nine DVDs, released by VAP from December 21, 2007 to August 27, 2008;[6][7] VAP re-released all the episodes in a DVD box set on September 30, 2008.[8]

Viz Media announced its acquisition of Neuro: Supernatural Detective for North American release in the March 2011 issue of its magazine, Shonen Jump.[9] The company renamed the series from Majin Tantei Nōgami Neuro to Neuro: Supernatural Detective, streaming the English-subtitled episodes from February 18, 2011, to July 1, 2011 on its website (VizAnime.com) and Hulu.[10][11]

The series has two pieces of theme music: "Dirty", by Nightmare, the series' opening theme, and "Kodoku no Hikari" (孤独のヒカリ?, lit. "Light of Solitude"), by Seira Kagami, the ending theme.[12]

Production team[edit]

Neuro: Supernatural Detective was originally created by Yūsei Matsui as a manga; the anime series was animated by Madhouse and directed by Hiroshi Kōjina.[1] The series was composed by Satoshi Suzuki, its characters were designed by Mika Takahashi (in collaboration with Studio Live staff), and Takahashi and Ai Kikuchi were the principal animation directors.[13] Ayako Kurata directed the opening theme, and Tomohiko Itō directed the ending theme; their animation was directed by Takahashi and Kikuchi, respectively.[14] Hidetoshi Kaneko was the art director, Yoshinori Horikawa coordinated the colors, Kōji Takahashi directed the photography and Satoshi Terauchi edited the series. The sound was directed by Toshihiko Nakajima,[13] recorded by Fujio Yamada at Tricycle Studio and sound effects were created by Yasunori Ogata at Sound Box.[14]

Episode list[edit]

Ep no. Viz Media title[15]
Original Japanese title
Director Writer Animation director Original airdate Refs.
1 "Eat"
"Shoku" (食【しょく】) 
Tomohiko Itō Satoshi Suzuki Mika Takahashi October 2, 2007 [3]
Neuro Nogami, Yako Katsuragi, and two detectives named Eishi Sasazuka and Jun Ishigaki are asked by a restaurant owner to investigate threats he received; during their discussion, the chef is found dead in the kitchen. After investigating, Neuro reveals the owner to be the culprit. He explains the chef was killed before their arrival and was propped up by ropes held together with a frozen fruit to give the impression he was still alive; when the fruit thawed, the body would fall and give the owner an alibi. The owner confesses after the rolling pin used for the murder is found, explaining how the victim learned the owner was using drugs in the food, and is apprehended by Neuro when he attempts to attack the group. 
2 "Community"
"Komyuniti" (集【コミュニティ】) 
Kentarō Nakamura Sōtarō Hayashi Kyōko Takeuchi October 9, 2007 [16]
Neuro and Yako take a case with no witnesses, although the crime scene is a crowded street crossing. When they discover that all the victims use Links (a community site) Yako joins it as bait, saying in her profile that she knows who the murderer is. At the intersection, Hime (who is in charge of Links) tries to kill Yako; however, Godai (Neuro and Yako's co-worker) appears and is wounded. Because they could not record the moment that Hime injured Godai, they summon her to their office and trick her into admitting that she is the murderer. 
3 "Poison"
"Doku" (笑【どく】) 
Yukiyo Teramoto Ryū Tamura Tōru Shigeta October 16, 2007 [17]
Yako finds a body cemented into a wall, with a ponytail showing. Neuro's demonic power give the body sentience and he hires the hair (who calls herself Akane), promising he will solve the mystery of her murder. Yako later attends a comedy show where most of the audience is dying from laughter. With Akane's help, Neuro discovers that the murderer is freezing poison in the roof and dripping it into the audience's bentos
4 "Dog"
"Inu" (犬【いぬ】) 
Makoto Nagao Satoshi Suzuki Yoshikatsu Inoue October 23, 2007 [18]
An unknown person is bombing buildings. At a crime scene Neuro and Yako meet Usui, Sasazuka's boss, who doubts Yako's deductive ability. Despite Usui's threats Neuro and Yako discover the next targeted building, deactivating the bomb to lure the bomber. They are successful, and the criminal is a woman known as Histerrier. After deactivating a second bomb (with Sasazuka's help), Histerrier is arrested. 
5 "Office"
"Jimusho" (貸【じむしょ】) 
Kazuhiro Yoneda Sōtarō Hayashi Hatsue Koizumi October 30, 2007 [19]
The episode recounts how Neuro and Yako found an office and met Godai; tired of having to summon Yako for every mystery, Neuro decides to open an office. In an office, he senses a yakuza of which Godai was a former member. After learning that the previous office manager had been killed, Neuro offers to solve the mystery in exchange for the office. After he discovers that the murderer was the new boss, Neuro uses his demonic power to persuade the yakuza to give him their office. 
6 "Long Friends"
"Nagai tomodachi" (髪【ながいともだち】) 
Katsutoshi Sasaki Ryū Tamura Tenshō Satō November 6, 2007 [20]
Yako and Akane want to solve a mystery where murderered women's heads have their styled hair caked in blood. Neuro says that they should solve it themselves, and it would be a chance for Yako to "evolve". By fusing Akane with herself, Yako has beautiful hair with which she can lure the murderer. Mesmerized by Akane, the man asks Yako to go to his apartment and restrains them there. Before Yako can be harmed Neuro rescues her, although he is disappointed with her. 
7 "Box"
"Hako" (箱【はこ】) 
Tomohiko Itō Satoshi Suzuki Daisuke Yoshida November 13, 2007 [21][22]
Police on patrol find a red box. In it are the remaining pieces of a body murdered by someone called Phantom Thief Sai. Yako, Neuro and the police meet Copy Cat, a fan obsessed with Sai. When the police try to arrest him the real Sai appears, killing him, and Neuro stabs Sai in the chest. Sai agrees to go with the police, killing them moments later and telling Neuro that he will be back. 
8 "Future"
"Mirai" (夢【みらい】) 
Yukiyo Teramoto Takashi Tsuzuki Tōru Shigeta November 20, 2007 [23]
Yako has a nightmare about her encounter with Sai, and a serial killer named Cop-Killer is on the loose. When the police receive a letter with a suspect's location a detective guns him down, claiming self-defense. Neuro reveals that the detective planted evidence incriminating the other man, and he is the real Cop-Killer. 
9 "Tie"
"Shime" (締【しめ】) 
Kentaro Nakamura Sōtarō Hayashi Kyōko Takeuchi November 27, 2007 [24]
Aya Asia (a singer whose manager and producer have been murdered) asks for Yako and Neuro's help to find their killer, explaining that the police think the deaths were suicides and she has received pictures of herself covered in red paint (or blood). Yako thinks the stalker is the murderer. The stalker stops Aya on her way to her car in an underground parking lot, but Aya is Yako in disguise and the stalker is taken into custody. 
10 "Alone"
"Hitorikiri" (一【ひとりきり】) 
Makoto Nagao Sōtarō Hayashi Yoshikatsu Inoue December 4, 2007 [25]
Aya thanks the detectives and Yako for solving the case, but Neuro says the stalker was not the murderer. During a concert, Neuro throws Yako onto the stage to accuse Aya of the murders. Aya confesses, saying that she needs to be lonely to write songs for lonely people, and peacefully surrenders as her fans cheer. Yako is now famous, since she has appeared on television and solved a mystery concerning a world-famous singer. 
11 "Limelight"
"Gyakkō" (光【きゃっこう】) 
Kazuhiro Yoneda Satoshi Suzuki, Yoshitaka Shisido Hatsue Koizumi,
Masaru Kitao
December 11, 2007 [26][27]
An actress' agent seeks Neuro and Yako's help, fearing that her client would be accused of murdering another actress because of their rivalry. They learn that cameras did not film anyone entering the room until the victim's agent found her body. The room is on the 25th floor, and the police think it would be impossible to enter through the window. Neuro, however, says that the agent who hired them (a former athlete) committed the murder. 
12 "Statue"
"Zō" (像【ぞう】) 
Katsutoshi Sasaki Satoshi Suzuki Takuya Wakano December 18, 2007 [28]
Sai asks Neuro, Yako and the police to solve the case of a sculptor who was crushed by his statue. When they visit the sculptor's house, they find his widow dead from the same cause. Neuro says that a family member is responsible for both murders, and they would find the culprit that night. He asks Sasazuka to dispense the police, and Neuro and Yako catch the family's eldest brother at the crime scene. Neuro argues with him while Sai, hidden, watches. 
13 "Sai"
"Sai" (X【サイ】) 
Tomohiko Itō Satoshi Suzuki Daisuke Yoshida December 25, 2007 [29]
The elder brother admits that he is the culprit, and Sai wounds Neuro and Sasazuka after the latter calls for help. When help arrives, Sai challenges Neuro to catch him. Neuro chases Sai, and fights with him; meanwhile, Sasazuka says that Sai could be Yako's father's murderer. With Yako and Godai's help Neuro drops Sai from a great height, and he disappears. 
14 "Dream-Like"
"Yume kibun" (旅【ゆめきぶん】) 
Kazuhisa Ōno Takashi Tsuzuki Kyōko Takeuchi January 9, 2008 [30]
Yako receives tickets to an onsen. During the trip Neuro, Yako and Godai meet a group of college students, one of whom is an American exchange student. The American attracts the others' attention by knocking at the door of a closed room, and Neuro, Yako, Godai, and the students find a girl and poison gas in the room. The apparent suicide is really a murder, committed by the rebuffed American student. 
15 "Dragon"
"Ryū" (竜【りゅう】) 
Yukiyo Teramoto Masahiro Yokotani Tōru Shigeta January 15, 2008 [31]
A fatal car accident occurs, and a witness reports seeing the silhouette of a dragon-like creature (the subject of a local legend). Capitalizing on the legend, two men open a dinosaur museum selling items to tourists. When one of the men is found wounded, the monster is suspected. Neuro proves that the men projected the monster's image to attract attention, and one killed the other (who did not want to continue after the accident). 
16 "Spring"
"Haru" (春【はる】) 
Makoto Nagao Sōtarō Hayashi Yoshikatsu Inoue January 22, 2008 [32]
Neuro solves an arson, but Yako notes that the arsonist has no motive. Yūya Higuchi (a police detective) confirms Yako's observation, saying that the arsonist was controlled by an experimental "electronic drug". The neuroscientist who created the drug is killed by agents of HAL, an artificial intelligence he also created. When Neuro enters the digital world, he is apparently killed by HAL's sphinx bodyguards. 
17 "Chase"
"Cheisu" (追【チェイス】) 
Makoto Nagao Sōtarō Hayashi Michiyo Sakurai January 29, 2008 [33]
Neuro re-materializes in the real world, deducing that the sphinxes are data uploaded from supercomputers in the city; when he finds one at a research facility, he destroys it. HAL uses the drug on Higuchi, who helps him create a new electronic drug which works faster but does not last as long. Another sphinx is put on a truck driven by Higuchi. During a chase, Higuchi uses a bridge of people to cross a chasm but Neuro crashes into it. 
18 "Key"
"Kagi" (鍵【かぎ】) 
Kazuhiro Yoneda Ryū Tamura Hatsue Koizumi February 5, 2008 [34]
Before the crash, Neuro throws Yako safely over the bridge. He fights electronically-controlled people until Higuchi activates speakers to broadcast sound to power them. When Yako disables the speakers with Higuchi's iPod, Neuro defeats the humans. When he tries to get to HAL and discovers he is password-protected, he collapses from exhaustion and Yako must find the password. Meanwhile, HAL takes over an aircraft carrier and orders the loading of supercomputers. 
19 "Two"
"Futari" (2【ふたり】) 
Tomohiko Itō Takashi Tsuzuki Daisuke Yoshida February 12, 2008 [35]
Neuro, Yako and Godai arrive at the aircraft carrier; Neuro enters the digital world to pursue HAL, while Godai destroys the sphinx system. HAL is protected by a password which, if typed incorrectly, will send nuclear missiles to destroy Japan. Yako enters the password, allowing Neuro to immobilize HAL. In the real world, the electronic-drug-controlled humans are defeated by Neuro and HAL gives Yako the electronic-drug vaccine. His last request is to be deleted before his backup data boots up, making him continue his plan. 
20 "Woman"
"Onna" (机【おんな】) 
Tomoki Takuno Ryū Tamura Kyōko Takeuchi February 19, 2008 [36]
Yako sees Sai, and follows him until he disappears into a house where a man is found dead from a neurotoxin on a desk. Neuro and Yako talk with the desk's carpenter, who tells them about similar cases. The carpenter is arrested after his former apprentice reveals that the desk has a hidden device, and the carpenter thinks that his best works are like beautiful women. Neuro reveals that the apprentice poisoned the victims, telling them that the antidote is in the desk to pretend that the desk killed them. 
21 "Beauty"
"Bi" (整【び】) 
Makoto Nagao Satoshi Suzuki Yoshikatsu Inoue, Masakuni Kaneko February 26, 2008 [37]
Two bodies with burned faces are found by the police; after facial reconstruction, they look identical to the wife of a plastic surgeon. The surgeon has performed several surgeries on his wife to make her look like his former love. When she discovers that her husband is seeing another woman, she kills her; when she discovers there is another woman who looks like her, she kills her too. After Neuro solves the mystery, Sasazuka says that Yako's mother was arrested after flying to South America. 
22 "Witch"
"Majo" (女【まじょ】) 
Eiko Nishi Satoshi Suzuki Shinobu Nishiyama March 4, 2008 [38]
Mio Kakei (a reporter) tells Yako that her mother is accused of killing a man who promised to show her pictures of Seiren (an alleged witch), but did not. Mio and Yako are later kidnapped by an apparent guerrilla and rescued by Neuro and Godai. The guerrilla is opposed to a government project to install gas-lined pipes in the ruins containing Seiren's remains. The chief archaeologist who found her remains tells them that a Shirato village's priest imprisoned Seiren and her child in the ruins, torturing her to death. The possible father of her child is a Japanese architect, who Yako thinks may be her father. 
23 "Sai"
"Sai" (責【さい】) 
Yukiyo Teramoto Satoshi Suzuki Tōru Shigeta March 11, 2008 [39]
Sasazuka and Ishigaki arrive in South America; Neuro accuses the archaeologist, saying that he wanted to prevent the spread of the witch's legend because it would stop the pipeline's construction and keep him from making money. Yako, Godai and Mio reach Shirato, where the priest detains Mio (who he says is the witch). Yako and Godai escape, discovering that the guerrillas are Sharato's villagers trying to capture the witch. When Yako and Godai sneak through the ruins and find a ritual for the witch, they are beaten by the villagers. 
24 "Sai (Sealed)"
"Sai" (塞【さい】) 
Tomohiko Itō Satoshi Suzuki Daisuke Yoshida March 18, 2008 [40]
Sai reveals himself as Mio in disguise, killing all the ritual participants and taking Yako with him. He ties Yako up at an altar used to seal demon power. Sai says that he pretended to be Sairen to attract Yako's mother's attention (and, therefore, Neuro and Yako's), trying to see Neuro's entrails before his memories are extinguished. Godai tells Neuro what happened; they go with Sasazuka to meet Sai, who overpowers Sasazuka and stabs Neuro. 
25 "Sai (Final)"
"Sai" (塞【さい】) 
Kazuhiro Yoneda Satoshi Suzuki Hatsue Koizumi March 25, 2008 [4]
Neuro is about to be cut open by Sai when Yako, Sasazuka and Godai stop him. Yako reveals that Sai is Seiren's child, who becomes a monster after seeing his mother's murder. The altar is now the entrance to hell, reawakening Neuro (who defeats Sai). Neuro says goodbye to Yako as he flies toward the portal, using all his power to prevent hell from destroying the world. Yako is reunited with her mother, and Sai (for whom Yako was caring despite his killing her father) goes away. Some time later, Yako is at the now-empty office; Akane is "dead" and Godai gone, since Neuro is not there to keep him. However, Neuro returns since there are still mysteries to be solved. 


DVD releases[edit]

VAP released nine DVDs between December 21, 2007 and August 27, 2008.[6][7] A DVD box set with all 25 episodes was released on September 30, 2008.[8]

VAP (Japan, Region 2 DVD)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Volume 1 1–3 December 21, 2007 [6]
Volume 2 4–6 January 23, 2008 [41]
Volume 3 7–9 February 27, 2008 [42]
Volume 4 10–12 March 26, 2008 [43]
Volume 5 13–15 April 23, 2008 [44]
Volume 6 16–18 May 21, 2008 [45]
Volume 7 19–21 June 25, 2008 [46]
Volume 8 22–23 July 25, 2008 [47]
Volume 9 24-25 August 27, 2008 [7]
Box 1–26 September 30, 2008 [8]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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    オープニングアニメーション
    演出
    倉田 綾子
    作画監督
    高橋美香

    エンディングアニメーション
    絵コンテ, 演出
    伊藤 智彦
    作画監督
    菊池 愛

    録音
    山田富二男(トライスクルスタジオ)

    効果
    緒方康恭(サウンドボックス)

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    脚本
    鈴木 智

    絵コンテ/演出
    伊藤 智彦

    作画監督
    吉田 大輔

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    作画監督

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