Welcome to the world of Demon School! Osamu Nishi’s manga series Iruma-kun is set in Japan. Since March 2017, it has been published in Akita Shoten’s shonen manga magazine Weekly Shonen Champion. The series has been compiled in twenty-one tankobon volumes as of April 2021. Between October 2019 and March 2020, Bandai Namco Pictures aired an anime television series adaption, and a second season started in April 2021.
The plot follows Iruma Suzuki, a 14-year-old human kid whose parents sell him to a demon. Iruma is taken to the Demon World by the demon Sullivan, who adopts him as his grandson. He enrols Iruma at the Babyls School for Demons, where he is the headmaster and where Iruma rapidly meets Alice Asmodeus and Clara Valac, two demons. Sullivan, on the other hand, warns Iruma not to betray his human status because if anyone finds out, he would be devoured. Iruma then swears to blend in while in the demon realm, despite the fact that he sticks out due to all of the events and adventures that ensue.
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Since March 2, 2017, the series has been published in Akita Shoten’s shonen manga magazine Weekly Shounen Champion. The chapters of Akita Shoten have been compiled into distinct tankbon volumes. On July 7, 2017, the first volume was released. Twenty-one volumes have been issued as of March 8, 2021.
On February 7, 2019, the 10th edition of Weekly Shonen Champion revealed an anime television series adaptation with Beastars. Bandai Namco Pictures is animating the 23-episode series, which is directed by Makoto Moriwaki. Kazuyuki Fudeyasu is in charge of series composition, and Akimitsu Honma is in charge of music composition. The production is ascribed to NHK and NHK Enterprises. The series broadcast on NHK Educational TV from October 5, 2019 until March 7, 2020.
The show will return for a second season, which will broadcast on April 17, 2021. The cast will reprise their roles. The second season’s opening theme song, “No! No! Satisfaction!” was sung by Da Pump, while the second season’s ending theme song, “Kokoro Show Time,” was sung by Amatsuki. The first fifteen volumes of the manga had sold over 2.5 million copies as of January 2020. The manga had over 5 million copies in circulation as of September 2020.
No official statement has been released by Bandai Namco on the account of a game. But Bandai Namco has been able to produce some of the best games inspired by anime, and we can hope to see Welcome To Demon-School Iruma-Kun getting a new game by 2023-2025, with an intense plotline and high graphics work.