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Dorango was the tragic antagonist in the twentieth episode of the 'Devilman' anime. Unlike a large majority of his fellow Demon Tribe comrades, Dorango cared for and even liked the human race, and was best friends with Devilman before his departure.


Dorango was a tall humanoid demon, he had an ice motif, having a white body, he had blank pupiless eyes with blue stripes underneath, and a set of four large sharpened horns bent downwards. He had two large spikes on the sides of his neck. Down his body and arms were a pair of lines on each side. He had sharp claws and toes.


Dorango possessed Cryokinesis, allowing him to freeze objects as well as fire a kind of ice beam. He could also disperse into a white cloud allowing him to fly. He also had sharp claws he used for combat. His ice powers also allowed for him to spread booby trapped ice blocks around which would react at random times.

In human form, he was strong enough to end a challenged boxing match between him and Devilman (as Akira) in a draw with both receiving a knock out.


Dorango was different to many of his kind, instead of wanting to dominate the world for their own selfish needs, Dorango was more passive and liked the human race. Before Devilman betrayed the Demon tribe he was best friends with Dorango, and Dorango still cared for him afterwards refusing to kill him when he easily had the chance. Whilst disguised as a human he tried to rekindle his friendship with Devilman who was disguised as Akira Fudo, at the same time he formed a close friendship with Miki Makimura a young human girl.


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  • His role in the anime has some parallels to that of Zennon of Mao Dante in that both characters were once the best friend of the protagonist being forced to kill the other.
    • Dorango's human form greatly resembles the character, Sosuke Oshiba (also from Mao Dante).
  • In the short manga 'Demon Knight', there is a large dragon-like creature that shares it's name with Dorango.