Monster (2004-2005) is a 74-episode anime series based on Naoki Urasawa's manga of the same name. The story follows Dr. Kenzo Tenma, a brilliant neurosurgeon who discovered that the young boy named Johan who he saved years ago has turned into a criminal mastermind responsible for a series of brutal murders. As he tries to track down Johan himself, he is also trying to evade the police, particularly an obsessive BKA inspector who believes Tenma is the true perpetrator. The story takes place across various parts of Germany and Czech Republic.
The following weapons were used in the anime series Monster:
Dr. Kenzo Tenma uses the Beretta 92FS as his main sidearm which he favored during his firearms training. Johan Liebert, Milan Koláš and a neo-Nazi member are also seen using Beretta 92Fs.
Johan Libert holding a Beretta 92FS on Adolf Junkers.
Dr. Kenzo Tenma picking up a Beretta 92FS during his firearm training.
Close up of Tenma's 92FS.
Tenma practicing taking the Beretta apart.
Milan Koláš pulling out his 92FS when he's trying to assassinate Petr Čapek.
Nina Fortner/Anna Liebert uses the Walther PPK as her main sidearm. BKA Inspector Heinrich Lunge carries two Walther PPKs (instead of the Walther P5 and PP in the manga), with one in an ankle holster as a backup weapon. All German police officers in the series are armed with Walther PPKs. Various other characters are also seen with Walther PPKs.
German police officer armed with a Walther PPK. In reality, North Rhine-Westphalia Police were issued with SIG-Sauer P6
A startled police officer armed with a Walther PPK.
Officers searching the Liebert residence with PPK.
Nina Fortner holding a PPK during her firearm training.
Nina's PPK, the Walther logo can be seen on the hand grip.
Inspector Lunge holding his PPK.
Inspector Lunge pulling his backup PPK from his ankle holster.
Roberto uses a SIG-Sauer P228 as his main sidearm. He later gives a spare one to Eva Heinemann. Tenma comes into possession of Roberto's P228 and used it at the Munich University library. One is also seen lying on a table during Tenma's firearms training.
Roberto giving Eva his P228, fitted with a silencer. Note the bulge on the frame.
Eva Heinemann fire her P228 at Roberto in an attempt to drive him away.
Roberto aim his P228 at Tenma's head.
Roberto's P228 lying on the floor.
Tenma fires several shots with Roberto's P228. P228's 13-round magazine capacity is accurately portrayed.
Tenma aiming his P228 at Johan.
COP 357 Derringer
Nina uses the COP 357 Derringer as a backup weapon which she later gives to former detective Michael Müller.
COP 357 Derringer - .357 Magnum
Nina armed with the COP 357.
Nina threaten "The Baby" with her COP 357.
Nina with her COP 357 at the ready.
Müller checking the COP 357 that Nina gave him.
Close up shot of the COP 357.
Wolfgang Grimmer takes Detective Jan Suk's Steyr GB to defend both of them. Seen also in the hands of the Czech police and former StB agents.
A former StB agent holding a Steyr GB.
Grimmer holding Detective Suk's Steyr GB.
Grimmer firing Detective Suk's Steyr GB.
Close up shot of the Steyr GB.
Czech police and former StB agents are seen with the CZ 75 "Pre-B" pistols as their main sidearm. Tenma comes into possession of one which becomes his main sidearm in the later half of the series. Johan is also seen using a CZ 75 "First Model".
A former StB agent holding a CZ75 moments before being disarmed by Inspector Lunge.
Prague municipal police officers armed with CZ75s as they arrest Tenma.
Tenma holding a CZ75 as he escape police custody.
Tenma using a CZ75 to force Gunter Milch to take his injured accomplice to a hospital.
Tenma aiming his CZ75 at Vardemann when he thought the lawyer was working for Roberto.
Milan threatens Tenma with Tenma's CZ75, demanding his Beretta back.
Tenma keeps his CZ75 at the ready when he's sitting in the back of a cab. The firearms discipline that Herr Bernhardt drilled into him seem to have gone out the window a long time ago.
"First Model" CZ 75 - 9x19mm. Produced from 1975 to 1979.
Johan uses a first model CZ75 to tie up some loose end.
Heckler & Koch P7M13
Martin Reest is given a Heckler & Koch P7M13 for a job. Eva purchases a P7 for herself later in the series.
Heckler & Koch P7M13 - 9x19mm
Marin's empty P7M13 lying on the ground.
Petr Čapek handing Martin a P7M13 for him to finish the job.
Martin Reest looking at his newly acquired P7.
Heckler & Koch P7M13SD - 9x19mm
Eva fixing a suppressor onto her P7.
Eva holding her unsuppressed P7.
Henning Heinich, a Ruhenheim residence purchases a Walther P99 for protection. Grimmer later takes it to defend the townspeople. Klaus Poppe/Franz Bonaparta uses it when he confront Johan.
The weapons purchased by Henning, including a Walther P99.
Henning showing his wife Franka his P99 in an attempt to convince her that it has not been used in a very dangerous manner, which naturally, scares the living daylight out of her.
Grimmer examines the P99.
Grimmer taking cover with the P99.
Franz Bonaparta covering Tenma with the P99.
Bonaparta holding the P99 when he confront Johan.
Roberto's thugs use Browning Hi-Power pistols. Nina picks one up from a dead thug and uses it as well.
A dead thug's Hi-Power slides near Nina.
Nina pick up the dead thug's Hi-Power.
Nina aiming the Hi-Power at a wounded thug.
A Tokarev TT-33 is seen lying on a table during Tenma's firearms training. A variety of TT-33s are distributed to the Ruhenheim townspeople and seen in use by various minor characters.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A terrorist threatening Tenma with his TT-33.
One of Johan's accomplices offering TT-33 to Wim Knaup's father Herbert.
Drunken Herbert Knaup barged into a bar with his newly acquired TT-33.
One of Roberto's thugs wounded by Inspector Lunge trying to reach for his TT-33.
One of Petr Čapek's thugs used a Beretta 93R when trying to eliminate Eva.
One of the thug armed with Beretta 93R.
The Beretta 93R being fired.
A dead thug with his Beretta 93R beside him.
Colt Woodsman Match Target
A Colt Woodsman Match Target is seen lying on a table during Tenma's firearms training.
Colt Woodsman Match Target - .22LR
Hugo Bernhardt displayed a variety of pistols for Tenma.
The Walther P38 is seen in the flashback of a former Nazi Kriminalpolizei.
Close up shot of the P38 during the flashback sequence.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Several Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine guns are used by neo-Nazis and terrorists.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
A terrorist's MP5K lying on top of the cabinet.
One of Petr Čapek's goons armed with MP5K.
One of Petr Čapek's man trying to gun down Martin with the MP5K.
One of Roberto's thugs open fire on Grimmer with MP5K.
IMI Uzi / MP2A1
Several German police officers are armed with MP2A1 submachine guns when escorting the prisoners onto the transport van.
IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
German police officers armed with MP2A1 submachine guns when escorting the prisoners.
Norinco Type 56
A Norinco Type 56 is seen in the flashback of Hugo Bernhardt.
A Type 56 was used by the Myanma woman during Herr Bernhardt's flashback.
Henning also purchases a M1 Carbine for protection. Inspector Lunge borrows the carbine soon after.
M1 Carbine (Post-War) - .30 Carbine
Henning putting his newly purchased M1 Carbine on the table.
Inspector Lunge arms himself with a Walther PPK and a M1 Carbine.
Inspector Lunge searching Roberto's hotel room.
Inspector Lunge searching the washroom with his M1 Carbine.
Tenma purchases a Mauser SR-93 from the underground gun runner in an attempt to assassinate Johan. The gun runner states that the rifle failed the German Army selection (presumably the G22 trial) and it is chambered for .338 Lapua rounds. Roberto briefly acquired the rifle from Tenma but wasn't able to use it.
Mauser SR-93 - .338 Lapua Magnum
Tenma reloading a new round during test fire.
Tenma test firing his newly acquired SR-93.
The SR-93's .338 Lapua Magnum rounds.
Tenma's SR-93 sitting on his bed as he train.
Tenma holding the SR-93 in the library.
Tenma aiming down the sight of the SR-93. Note the unique way he's holding the rifle.
Herr Rosso's flashback shows him revealing an East German SSG 82 sniper rifle during an assassination attempt. A former StB agent also used an SSG 82 against Grimmer and Detective Suk.
Herr Russo picked up a SSG 82 during his flashback.
Close up on Herr Russo's rifle.
A former StB agent aiming down the sight of a SSG 82.
Double Barrel Shotgun
Herr Hartmann is seen with a double barrel shotgun.
Herr Hartmann holding a double barrel shotgun.
Hartmann holding the double barrel shotgun on Dieter.
Hartmann trying to prevent Dieter from leaving with his double-barrel shotgun.