The Devil Is a Part-Timer Manga volume 6 was released on August 27, 2014 in Japan, and July 19, 2016 in English version.
The manga volume 6 includes:
- The Devil and the Hero Encounter Something Totally Unexpected
- The Devil and the Hero Gain New Titles
- The Devil Asks His Work Friend for a Little Help
- The Hero Hits the Amusement Park Fully Equipped
- The Devil Marvels at a Finely Hones Military Performance
As the part of The Devil Is a Part-Timer merchandise, there are some reasons why you need to read and collect this manga.
Here are why volume 6 is so good:
Fun to Read and Includes a Really Cute New Character
Not much action but good comedy.
The introduction of this character seems to be quite important for the development of the story.
I’m looking forward to seeing how this develops in the next volume.
Season 2 of Anime Starts Here
There is The Devil Is a Part-Timer Blu-ray that covers all episodes in season 1. In case you want to know the continuation of anime ended, then this manga picks it up.
It was very exciting to reach a volume with all new content of my favorite anime.
The new antics with Heaven and our favorite Maou experience a whole new feeling.
Also, the demon king’s background is finally revealed in small fragments, so we can see the king’s makings for the first time.
Introducing Alas Ramus
Volume 6 of The Devil Is a Part-Timer is a storyline that follows Season 1 of the anime.
This volume introduces his new permanent member of the Devils Castle, a baby named “Alasramus”.
One day, suddenly, a gate from Antesla opens in the human world in front of Maoh and Emi, and fruit (like a giant apple or peach) comes out of it, things take a more interesting turn (this is nothing new).
The Real Plot Starts Here!
This is the volume you’ve been waiting for. Finally, what comes next for our beloved villain, his hard-working general, his lazy fallen angel, their archenemy, the super-cute church cleric, and the high schoolers who are just together for love. You can see.
I’ll say it right away: I’m kind of glad the anime stopped there. A few things have changed from the source material, but it’s all wrapped up nicely.
It doesn’t end with hope, and there are some unanswered questions, but it’s easy to be satisfied with the ending.
However, if it went further and Aras Ramus had been introduced at all, this series would have suffered the same fate as Sekirei and many other anime seasons.
If you like that anime but are sad that it ended, get this book. The real story begins here.
This book doesn’t give you any answers, but the major events start here. There are still some terms and events that don’t make much sense, but your question will (probably) be answered in the next book.
Or, if you prefer, you can pick up the light novels that I do. Believe me when I say that the true story of this series begins with the arrival of this strange girl.