Maoyuu Maou Yuusha Episode 12: “— I’m back, my Hero. — You sleep too much, my Demon King.” [FINAL]


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5 Responses

  1. Wanderer says:

    Well, I hope its not finished yet, lol. I want to see more manga version of this.

    The fight between the demon queen and the hero, I personally think the manga (or one version of the mangas) did better mainly becasuse the demon queen looked MUCH more evil in her possessed state, and you can tell easily when she overcame her possession. In the anime version, I found it a little bit hard to differentiate the voices between the real demon queen and the demon king possessing her. It would probably be better if they used a deep male voice for the demon king for a better differentiation and a better execution of the scene.

    Btw, I’m not sure what you’re referring about ‘leaving him with only one eye’, since the general only had one eye to begin with at the start of the fight.

    • Chris says:

      I have been hearing from a lot of people that the manga version of this is MUCH better and actually explains things better than the anime. Out of curiosity which version of the manga would you suggest I read? I went to Wikipedia and saw that there were FIVE iterations of it… Haha, and yeah, your definitely right. I’m not sure if the feminine voice was being used to effect (a.k.a so as to evoke the Hero’s emotions and possible make him contemplate holding back) but it was really hard to think of her as evil when she spoke in the soft voice that we’ve all come to love… ignoring the giant scythe and suddenly sadistic persona that is…

      Oh! My bad… It was late at night, my brain wasn’t functioning properly and his eye patch must have alluded me xD. Don’t worry though! I fixed it so that all future viewers don’t laugh in my face ;)

      • Wanderer says:

        Well, I personally prefer the version by Akira Ishida.

        I do suggest reading all the versions you can find. Some will have details others don’t have. Akira Ishida’s version is more preferred by me due to the art style and how he handled story events.

        If you want to have a quick laugh though, you can try the 4-koma version XD. Although I’m not too sure if you can find a English version of that one (I don’t read these in English so…)

  2. Magicflier says:

    We can assume that a second season will come along in the next few seasons. The conclusion is really screaming “second season” after how it ended like that. Well I hope we can at least witness a good conclusion like how Spice&Wolf was done. :D

    • Chris says:

      When I began this, I felt it giving off massive Spice and Wolf vibes, the atmosphere, the intelligence of the plot and (of course) the medieval setting. I only hope that this can live up to the standards set by Spice and Wolf in it’s next season!