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The Devil Is a Part-Timer, Vol. 4 (Manga)

By Satoshi Wagahara

  • Paperback
  • £9.99

Hell hath no fury like Satan on fries... The manga adaptation of one of the most hilarious and inspired light novel concepts in years.

The arrival of Suzuno Kamazuki has made everybody's life more complicated! After some misunderstandings regarding her intentions toward Maou are cleared up, Emi asks for her help to...defeat the Devil King?! Meanwhile, a shadowy assailant continues to stalk Emi, but what does he - or she -want?

Biographical Notes

029 (Oniku) is the illustrator for the series The Devil is a Part-timer!

Satoshi Wagahara is the author behind the hilarious fantasy light novel series, The Devil is a Part-timer!

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9780316385091
  • Publication date: 26 Jan 2016
  • Page count: 160
  • Imprint: Yen Press
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