Seven Seas Entertainment does no wrong with Volume 2 of Devils and Realist. It is here where there is a a release of their better handsome looking manga volumes. Given the culmination of both the anime and manga franchise it is a real relief. In Volume 2, the noticeable difference between the manga and the anime series becomes most noticeable. With the manga diverging from the path of the anime. Or in actuality the anime diverging since the manga is the original source material.
It is not over events in the manga being more elaborated on. In general, the manga series, has many events that never take place in the anime at all. For individuals who have seen the animation television first this certainly brings a different spin of the story. Something not necessarily bad.
Now there can be a growth for a taste of the original source material and where the story was to be directed in the first place.
Devils and Realist Volume 2
*Typically each volume of the Devils and Realist manga would cover about 2 episodes of the Devils and Realist animation television series.*
Demons Dantalion and Sytry insist they will not leave William’s side until he crowns one of them as king. In the meantime, other forces conspire to meddle in William’s life, dragging him into Hell and back-literally. On top of everything else, it appears Stratford School may be haunted! Can a realist learn to live with the supernatural?-Seven Seas Entertainment | Distributed by Macmillan
Devils and Realist Volume 2 Story Analysis
Finally! William accepts Dantalion and thereby Sytry’s demonic existences due to him manifesting his attachment to them. Sort of like how Solomon did before him. While William abhors and even resists being related to Solomon he keeps growing closer to truly resembling and being like King Solomon. A thing I am not so sure would be too bad.
The 2-page color pages are still continuing to delight! Leaving the impression that Seven Seas Entertainment is really giving care to the Devils and Realist manga releases.
Genre: Fantasy, Supernatural, Comedy
Undertones: Shonen-ai, Boys Love but Not Yaoi, Bishonens everywhere
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