About the novels[edit | edit source]

How many volumes are there?[edit | edit source]

There are currently 21 volumes in Japan, plus some special volumes: vol 0, vol 0-II vol 2.8, vol 5.5, vol SP and vol SP2. For the English release there are 18 volumes, with volume 19 being expected to come out on the 1st of June.

Where can I buy read the novels?[edit | edit source]

The novels have been licensed by Yen Press. You can buy the hard copy at your local bookstore or buy their eBook online. For those who try to save their money, Book Depository is a great place to order. It has free shipping worldwide and often has discounts on their products.

Isn't there any fan-translation that I can read?[edit | edit source]

Yes, but this isn't the place to ask for links. It's fine to read the free fan-translations, but the translator expects you to support the author by buying a legal copy. Do note that randomly posting links to free translations can bring the translator in trouble too.

Will we get an English translation of the special volumes?[edit | edit source]

It's very likely that volume 0 and 0-II will get an official translation, since they're part of the main series, the other two however will probably only get fan-translations. Volumes 2.8 and 5.5 weren't available for sale in Japan as they came together with the DVD/ Blue-Ray of the anime. That is why it's very unlikely for them to have an official translation.

About the anime adaptation[edit | edit source]

How much of the novels has the anime covered?[edit | edit source]

The anime only covered volumes 1 and 2 of the novels. This is probably done, because the first two volumes are introduction arcs, to make the reader familiar with the characters and setting.

Is there a season 2?[edit | edit source]

No.

Will there be a season 2?[edit | edit source]

Yes. A preview and announcement were released confirming season 2 on the 6th of March 2021. The release date isn't known yet.

About the manga adaptation[edit | edit source]

There is a manga?[edit | edit source]

Yes, an official manga adaptation by Akio Hiragi and a spin-off series called, Hataraku Maou-sama! High School! by Mishima Kurone. The High School spin off has also gotten a Novel adaption which was written by Wagahara, however it does not follow the exact same plot as the manga.

Do these manga adaptations also have an English translation?[edit | edit source]

Yes, Yen Press is also releasing the English translation of these two manga.

How many volumes are there?[edit | edit source]

The manga adaptation currently has 17 volumes in Japan. These 17 volumes cover the first nine volumes and a special volume. Yen Press has currently released 16 volumes.

As for the Spin-off, Hatamaou! High School, it has five volumes in Japan and is completed. Yen Press has translated all five volumes of the Spin-off.

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