The Devil is a Part-Timer Manga, Vol. 1 by Satoshi Wagahara

The Devil is a Part-Timer Manga, Vol. 1

After being soundly thrashed by the hero Emilia, the Devil King and his general beat a hasty retreat to a parallel universe...only to land plop in the middle of bustling, modern-day Tokyo! Lacking the magic necessary to return home, the two are forced to assume human identities and live average human lives until they can find a better solution. And to make ends meet, Satan...

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The Devil is a Part-Timer Manga, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Mehsi
    Short review:I saw this anime some time ago, sadly it stopped and didn't get a second season (yet). So I decided to see if I can find something to clench my thirst for this awesome series.Sadly, I can't find the light novels, and the manga doesn't go so far yet. :( The manga (and probably the light ...
  • Selena
    So I watched the anime for this one about a year ago and saw that the manga had come to the US. Of course I had to read it. (I have not read the LN yet, but I will eventually.)The manga is fun, though I have to admit watching the anime helped. There's some time jumps that miss out on fun jokes that ...
  • Alice
    I'm not particularly in to Manga or Anime, so I was unaware of this series and only read it because its on the Excelsior Award short list! I enjoyed it though, much more than I expected to.It's light and fun and really cliched. I don't really understand how/why the Devil King, his General and The He...
  • Elaine
    This manga was very interesting. The plot of the demon lord coming the the real world is very comical. How ever things can get very serious when they need to be. It had some magical elements in the real world. This was well done and it didn't get confusing. I liked the fact that they had a good reas...
  • Alejandro
    Welcome to another installment of "Ale Reviews Manga"! (See guys, I'm getting better at this... kind of.)Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Satan, the king of the devils, was transported to our world and forced to take a part-time job at a McDonald's like place? Me neither, but here I a...
  • L. McCoy
    This... now this is a fun manga book! I remember loving the anime so now I get to love the manga!What’s it about?The devil and another demon have ended up in Japan. Is the devil a politician? A celebrity? Perhaps a successful night club owner like some TV shows may suggest? Nope! He works part ...
  • Daisya Spencer
    The Devil King, Sadao Maou, and his general, Shiro Ashiya, travel to modern-day Tokyo from Ente Isla after demon armies were driven away. Now, Maou works at a fast-food restaurant and lives on a budget in an apartment with Ashiya for the time being until they find a solution to return home because i...
  • Brittany
    The Devil King fled from Ente Isla with his most loyal general and landed on Earth. Making the best of a bad situation, in which he must hint for enough magic to return and try to take over Ente Isla, he gets a part time job at a fast food chain: Mgronald. Unfortunately for him Emilia the Hero follo...
  • Davin Simoneau
    "The Devil Is A Part-Timer" written by Satoshi Wagahara, and is a young adult fiction book. It follows the story of Sadao Maou (Satan), Shiro Ashiya (First General) and Emi Yusa (Hero). We begin at war in a land called Ente Isle, Satan and his General are forced to retreat and end up in Japan with ...

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