The Devil Doesn’t Work Full-Time “Demon Lord at Work!” or “Working Demon King!” is a Japanese light novel series written by Satoshi Wagahara and illustrated by Oniku (written as 029). In Japan, ASCII Media Works published the series, while Yen Press published it in North America.
When confronted by the Hero Emilia, Satan attempts to conquer the world of Ente Isla but is forced to flee through a gate that transports him to modern-day Tokyo, Japan. To stay alive and find a way back to Ente Isla, Satan takes on the alias Sadao Maou and works part-time at MgRonald’s, a fast-food restaurant parodying McDonald’s. Dengeki Daioh and Dengeki Maoh are two manga adaptations published by ASCII Media Works. Between April and June 2013, a 13-episode anime adaptation produced by White Fox and directed by Naoto Hosoda aired. A second season, directed by Daisuke Tsukushi and produced by 3Hz, will premiere in July 2022.
We do know one unmistakable fact about “The Devil Is a Part-Timer!” and that is that he is indeed a part-timer. The second season’s cast has been revealed. At the very least, we know who will be in the cast of the Japanese dub.
All of the main voice actors from Season 1 will return for Season 2 of the show, which will please fans of this version. On the other hand, it’s unclear whether this will be the case with dubs in other languages.
Those who enjoy dubbing will be disappointed, as they will no longer be able to expect their favorite characters to have the same voice actor. However, on social media platforms, some English voice actors for the show have expressed an interest in returning and a willingness to do so (via Twitter).
While this isn’t a guarantee of their return, it does serve as a strong hint that the English dub of Season 2 will receive the same treatment as the Japanese version.
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‘The Devil Is a Part-Timer!’ brought the season to a close with the aftermath of a struggle between Sadao and the angel Sariel. Despite the fact that they were once adversaries, Sadao appears to have developed a solid, pleasant friendship with Emi (Emilia’s contemporary name).
Finally, in the final episode, she appears, rushing to Sadao’s aid when he is trapped in the rain.However, the series will not be completed until many more volumes of the original light novel have been adapted. If White Fox stays true to its source material’s story, we can expect to see Emi and Sadao’s love grow even stronger as more supernatural entities join the battle.
Date of Publication
Although there is still no official release date for the show’s second season, a teaser for Season 2 of “The Devil Is a Part-Timer!” was released on YouTube the same day it was revealed at the Kadokawa Corporation’s Light Novel Expo.
According to Cinemaholic, Season 2 of The Walking Dead will premiere in early 2023; however, this is only a prediction. Having said that, the decision is not entirely unjust. Anime is frequently produced in single seasons over a period of several years.
It’s impossible to say anything concrete without official confirmation from White Fox or the show’s publishers. Funimation was in charge of distributing the episodes online during the first season’s original broadcast.
It’s unclear whether this will continue, but given that Season 2 has been announced on the official Funimation website, it’s a possibility. They also give no indication of when Season 2 of “The Devil Is a Part-Timer!” will be available.