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10 thoughts on “はたらく魔王さま! 5

  1. says:

    With this volume, we're finally caught up with the anime. I'm looking forward to actually reading new content from here on out! And it feels here that they take a bit more care in providing some much-needed character development for a few members of the cast that took a bit of a backburner role in the series.


  2. says:

    Ugh. This series had such potential, but the further along it goes, the more flat it falls. The beginning of this volume was somewhat interesting... the rest was boring.

    I can't decide if I want to finish reading the manga or just watch the anime and call it good. I'm sure the anime is more entertaining... but I'm currently reading the Negima series (38 volumes) and I've been reading it for over a year because it's just so boring. And now that I'm living through that, I don't know if I want to waste more time reading this series hoping it'll get better (though it's not nearly as long as Negima... yet.... both the light novels and mangas are currently still being published so who knows how long this series will get). Perhaps when it is completed, I might revisit it...but for now, I just don't care enough. I'll probably check out the anime though.


  3. says:

    The action in the beginning was cool. I'm kind of annoyed by how casual Maou is about danger. I know it's supposed to make him cool, but it's a little boring and makes him a little to perfect.
    The last two chapters were great. I wish the kimono girl (sorry) would be deleted to make room for Urushihara and Ashiya.


  4. says:

    STOP MAKING ME WRITE REVIEWS!!

    Curse you Amazon. Just let me give it five stars and that’l be it but noooooooo. TWENTY WORDS REQUIRED. Gosh.


  5. says:

    Honestly, I normally hate fan service chapters, but this was done in a hilarious way with great storyline.


  6. says:

    A fun volume which matches the end of the anime series. Seeing Maou grow as a human and a Demon Lord is very exhilarating and I find myself constantly cheering for Maou and Ashiya.


  7. says:

    I absolutely love this story line


  8. says:

    4.25/5 Stars


  9. says:

    This volume catches up to the first season of the anime, and it's a little different, which I like. I'm excited to go to Volume 6!


  10. says:


    I don't know why I originally gave this 3 stars. It's certainly not a 5-star read, but it's definitely a solid 4-star read. This concludes the end of the first big story arc, and I think it was done very well! It had a lot of action, but it was also super, super funny, which is what I was looking for.

    The characters's personalities are becoming more distinct, and I feel like I'm finally starting to get to know them. Chiho is still adorable, and Suzuno is still precious, but they now have their own distinct personality traits that set them apart from the rest of the group. I think that Maou's character is really interesting. You can see Emi and Suzuno having to deal with how different he is than they imagined. They know him as the evil, powerful Devil King, but Maou on Earth is just a slightly dweeby, easily excitable MgRonald's worker. I'm so excited to see what is done with his character because he has so much potential.

    This series is getting better and better, and I really wish the manga was published more often! I know that the manga is light years behind the light novels, but now that I'm committed to the manga, I don't really want to start the light novels. (I say that now, but watch me read all of them by the end of the year...)

    Original Review
    This was definitely a transition volume. The first major arc was completed near the middle of this volume, so the next few episodes were filler and seemed unnecessary. They were still funny though, so it was still enjoyable.

    This volume marks the end of the anime series, so from here on out it will be a new story for me. Yay!


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