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Welcome to Hataraku Maou-sama! Wiki, a collaborative encyclopedia about anything related to the anime and light novel series Hataraku Maou-sama!. If you are interested, our wiki needs your help! We currently have 8,738 edits to 139 pages, since the wiki began 15 February 2013. Everyone is free to edit.
n another dimension, the Demon Lord Satan and his forces of evil were defeated by the Hero Emilia Justina and her armies. Satan and his Demon General Alsiel were forced to flee through a portal which dropped them off in modern day Japan. With their magic slowly depleting in an unfamiliar world, they are forced to act as normal human beings in order to survive. The Hero Emilia Justina follows them through the portal and is also met with the same circumstances. Although she still harbours negative feelings towards Satan for his past acts of evil, they become unlikely allies in order to survive.
The anime is produced by White Fox and directed by Naoto Hosoda. The anime aired 13 episodes between April 4 and June 27, 2013 on Tokyo MX and were later aired on KBS, SUN-TV, BS Nittele, TVA and AT-X. The series has been licensed in North America by Funimation for streaming. The opening theme is "Zero!!" by Minami Kuribayashi, which is also used as the ending theme of episode 2. "Star Chart" (スターチャート?) by Nano Ripe is used as the ending theme of episode 5 while "Gekka" (月花?, lit. "Moon Flower") by Nano Ripe is used as the ending theme for episodes 1, 3, 4 and 6 onwards. Tsumabiku Hitori (ツマビクヒトリ?) by Nano Ripe is used as the ending theme of episode 13.
manga series of the Hataraku Maousama! light novel series written by Satoshi Wagahara and illustrated by Mishima Kurone. The manga is an alternate story set in a universe where the original characters are instead posing as ordinary high school students.The series was compiled into four volumes and published monthly by ASCII Media Works in Dengeki Maoh. Yen Press will begin serializing the manga in English in April 2015.