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Devil is a part timer

Devil is a part timer

Devil is a part timer

I have a dark temper. I don’t rage often, but when I do, I’m not pretty. I don’t like how I’ve been feeling lately, and I don’t like how quickly my anger seems to get the best of me, destroying what might have been a nice day.While I scrolled through the list the title is was caught my eye, "The Devil is A part Timer". There are many thoughts that came to mind so I decided to please my curiosity. From the start to finish the plot flows in a consistent manner. The characters development is great despite the short amount of episodes that are allotted (13). The animation is great as well as a decent english dubbed version.

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Hataraku Maō-sama! (はたらく魔王さま!), released in English as "The Devil Is A Part-Timer!", is a Japanese light novel series written by Satoshi Wagahara, with illustrations by Oniku. The first volume was published in February 2011, and thirteen volumes have been released as of February 2015. In another dimension, the Demon Lord Satan and his forces of evil were defeated by the Hero Emilia Justina and her armies. Satan and his Demon General Alsiel were forced to flee through a portal which dropped them off in modern day Japan. With their magic slowly depleting in an unfamiliar world, they are forced to act as normal human beings in order to survive.

The Hero Emilia Justina follows them through the portal and is also met with the same circumstances. Although she still harbours negative feelings towards Satan for his past acts of evil, they become unlikely allies in order to survive.The Devil is a Part-Timer! ("Hataraku Maou-Sama!" or "Overlord At Work!") is a Light Novel series written by Satoshi Wagahara and illustrated by 029 (Oniku). It has two separate manga adaptations and, as of Spring 2013, an anime adapting the first two books in the series. It ran from February 10, 2011 to August 7, 2020, compiled into 21 volumes (excluding side volumes). Ten years after its original publishing, a second season of the anime was announced in March 2021.(Source:tvtropes.org)

 

 

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