In the near future, spirits and monsters are in full sight. A boy leads a group of people with special abilities as they plot against a massive organization that takes advantage of a certain incident and eventually know the truth about their world in the process.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Musaigen no Phantom World - Goetic demons in popular culture - Netflix
Goetic demons in popular culture describes any of numerous demons or other malevolent entities listed in the 17th century compilation Ars Goetia (“Arts of Sorcery” - known in English as the first section of The Lesser Key of Solomon), which have been featured or adapted in books, plays, movies, video games or other media.
Musaigen no Phantom World - Andromalius - Netflix
In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Andromalius the Repentant Rogue is presented as a “vestige” with whom other characters can form a pact in return for power. In the role-playing game In Nomine Satanis/Magna Veritas, Andromalius, demon-prince of judgment, is the right-hand man of Satan. In the videogame DemiKids, Andromus is a servant of Imperius who sends prisoners of limbo to Imperius for trial. He is depicted as a large man carrying a massive serpent in both hands. He appears in the MMO Final Fantasy XI as one of the members of the “Kindred Spirits” in an optional battle. Like all other Goetic demons found in the game, he is of the Kindred Demon race. His job class is Dark Knight. The R-9F Andromalius is one of the starter ships for Humankind in R-Type Final. It's the only ship that is configured to “grip” the Force unit.
Musaigen no Phantom World - References - Netflix