The Devil is a Part-Timer! (Hataraku Mao-sama!): Anime

Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. Hope everyone is having an amszing week. I have exams starting tomorrow again :(! So without further a due let us begin the review of this anime ‘The Devil is a Part-Timer!’.



This comedy, fantasy, action was written by Satoshi Wagahara and was released in April, 2013.

No. of episodes: 13


  • Emi (Emilia the Hero)
  • Sadaou Maou (Daimou)
  • Shiro Ashiya (Alciel)
  • Chiho Sasaki
  • Hanzo Urushihara (Lucifer)
  • Suzuno Kamazuki (Crestia Bell)



After the Daimou begins his conquest of taking over Ente Isla he is under attack the church with their strongest member, Emilia the Hero. Unable to defeat Emilia, Daimaou and his general, Alciel escape to Earth and are forced to live normal human lives until they can return back. While on earth, they encounter Emilia and meet new friends. This not only changes the Daimou but also everyone around him. He also encounters enemies along the way.



I really enjoyed this anime. I have been seeing way to many anime’s on devils and stuff now. Super funny, super entertaining and super fun. The comedy is really good. There may be a few inappropriate jokes. The action is cool. The concept is DOPE. The only problem I have with this anime is the way it ended. Unless they make a season 2 i will be pretty salty about the anime. I really love how they create a different outlook on the demon lord. The way they convert enemies to friends is pretty awesome. Each character has their own role and own importance that adds to the joy of the show. I really appreciate the work put into this anime. Good animation as well. A must watch according to me. Overall awesome!



I would give this anime 3.5/5 stars.

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