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  • Paperback
  • 178 pages
  • はたらく魔王さま! 2
  • Satoshi Wagahara
  • Japanese
  • 10 May 2019
  • 9784048912723

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10 thoughts on “はたらく魔王さま! 2

  1. says:

    A fun light read! Our heroes manifest their powers and work together. Will the city be spared from destruction? Will the villain's plot be uncovered in time? And will the fry machine at MagDonald's ever get fixed?!? Tune in next time, I guess, for even more ridiculous antics!

  2. says:

    This was another good and enjoyable volume. I love how we're seeing more of the good side of Maou instead of seeing an evil side. I also like how there was a lot of action this volume and seeing Maou and Emilia working together in order to defeat Lucifer and Olba. It's also clear that Emilia really likes Maou whether it be as a friend or more than that. I didn't really find this volume as funny as the first volume, but there were still some funny moments.

  3. says:

    Re-read: April 2018
    This volume marked the introduction of one of my favorite characters in the series: Lucifer/Urushihara. I don't know why, but I really enjoy his character. He's a good contrast to all the happy-go-lucky characters that fill this series. Chiho also becomes more of a central character after this volume. I love her dynamic with Emi and Maou, and her blatantly obvious crush on Maou. I liked meeting Emi's friends from Ente Isla, but I was a bit dissapointed that they didn't do much. They just kind of showed up...and that's it. And from what I remember, they don't do much up to volume 8. Hopefully they do something useful eventually.

    Original Review
    Better than the last one! Still not amazing, but definitely enjoyable.

  4. says:

    This edition nicely finished the arc of the first light novel and teased some funny stuff from the future stories. Not really as plot heavy stuff but as comic relief.

    I like how, as in the light novel, the characters were portrayed slightly differently from the anime. Emi was a little more sympathetic. And instead of being just misunderstood, Maou admits he did bad things and apologizes to Emi after she tearfully screams at him for his conquest of her home that killed her father and destroyed her home.

    The artwork was fun, and the author had a good argument for how magic can work in our own mundane world.

    I love this manga so far. HIGHLY recommended.

  5. says:

    Cute continuation. As with the anime series, I enjoy the characters, but I'm a little confused as to what happened to the villains' evilness. How did Satan and his general go from destroying and killing and conquering to the model employee, househusband duo they are in Japan? The change has yet to be explained.

  6. says:

    I don't really know how I feel about this series right now. It's not boring, but it's not particularly interesting either. I totally love the concept... but as usually, the bad guy is becoming a good guy, and it's only volume 2 and I'm already over that. I'm reading the first five volumes for a monthly read, but I may not care to read after that. We'll see.

  7. says:

    This series is so stupidly hilarious. The awesome hero(view spoiler)[...trips down the stairs. (hide spoiler)]

  8. says:

    Pretty good. Maou never actually went to work in this volume, which is kinda funny. My only criticism is that some times it is hard to tell whose talking because not every speech bubble has that little arrow thing.

  9. says:

    Fun and entertaining and humorous. I want to read more!!

  10. says:

    Devil and the hero are attacked and fight together. Love the Devil's attitude thru the battle.

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