Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun is a Japanese manga series by Osamu Nishi.
- Type- TV
- Titles- Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun
- Genres- Comedy, Fantasy, Supernatural
- Aired- Oct 5, 2019 to Mar 7, 2020
- Rating- PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
- Seasons- 2
- Duration- 23 min. per ep.
Fourteen-year-old Iruma Suzuki has been unfortunate all his life, having to work to earn money for his irresponsible parents despite being underage. One day, he finds out that his parents sold him to the demon Sullivan. However, Iruma’s worries about what will become of him are soon relieved, for Sullivan merely wants a grandchild, pampering him and making him attend the demon school Babyls.
At first, Iruma tries to keep a low profile in fear of his peers discovering that he is human. Unfortunately, this ends up being more difficult than he expected. It turns out that Sullivan himself is the chairman of the school, and everyone expects him to become the next Demon King!
Iruma immediately finds himself in an outrageous situation when he has to chant a forbidden spell in front of the entire school. With this, Iruma instantly earns a reputation he does not want. Even so, he is bound to be roped into more bizarre circumstances.
Suzuki Iruma has just been abandoned and sold to a demon by his irresponsible parents. Surprisingly, the next thing he knows he’s living with the demon who has adopted him as his new grandson and has been transferred into a school in the demon world where his new “demon” grandfather works as the principal. Thus begins the cowardly Iruma-kun’s extraordinary school life among the otherworldly as he faces his true self, takes on challenges, and rises to become someone great.
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Watch Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-ku!, Anime Movie on Netflix, Crunchyroll, and Aniplex. It has 1 season released containing 23 episodes in total. Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun Anime series is available in original Language Japanese as well as in English Dubbed.
Normal subjects of students and teenagers, between classes, clubs and romances, the only difference is that all of this takes place in hell. With a simple plot, brief but concise character constructions. It is worth watching, fun and deals with the theme differently, great characters.