The Devil Is A Part Timer is a popular manga series written and illustrated by Satoshi Wagahara. It follows the adventures of the Demon King Sadao Maou as he attempts to make a living in modern-day Tokyo, having been transported from his own world. The manga has been adapted into an anime series and has spawned several spin-off manga series. It has become a beloved part of the anime and manga community and fans have been wondering if the manga has come to an end.
The Devil Is A Part Timer is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Satoshi Wagahara. It was first serialized in Kadokawa Shoten’s Shōnen Ace magazine from February 2011 to July 2020. The story follows Sadao Maou, the Demon King of Ente Isla, who is transported to modern-day Tokyo after being defeated by the Hero Emilia. To make ends meet, Sadao takes on a part-time job at a fast food restaurant called MgRonald and attempts to live a peaceful life in the human world. Along the way, he meets various characters from both Ente Isla and Tokyo, and learns more about the world he is now living in.
Did The Devil Is A Part Timer Manga End?
The Devil Is A Part Timer manga officially ended in July 2020, with the final chapter being released in the August 2020 issue of Shōnen Ace. The manga finished with a total of 22 volumes, with the last volume being released in Japan in September 2020. The series was also adapted into an anime series, which ran from April 2013 to June 2013. Additionally, a few spin-off manga series have been released, including the ongoing The Devil Is A Part Timer! High School and The Devil Is A Part Timer! On Vacation.
The Devil Is A Part Timer manga series has officially ended with the release of the final chapter in August 2020. The series has been a beloved part of the anime and manga community and has spawned several spin-off manga series. Fans of the series will surely miss the adventures of Sadao Maou and his friends, but can take comfort in the fact that the story has been given a proper ending.