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Will There Be a Season 2 of Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist

Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist is a fantasy comedy anime series based on the manga of the same name by Madoka Takadono and Utako Yukihiro. The anime aired from July to September 2013 and was produced by Doga Kobo studio. The story follows William Twining, a rational and aristocratic student who accidentally summons a demon named Dantalion and learns that he is the Elector, the one who can choose the next ruler of Hell.

The anime received mixed reviews from critics and fans, who praised its animation, humor, and voice acting, but criticized its plot, pacing, and character development. The anime also deviated from the manga in some aspects, such as omitting some characters and events. The anime covered the first six volumes of the manga, which has 15 volumes in total.

As of now, there is no official announcement or confirmation about a second season of Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist. However, there are some factors that may affect the possibility of a sequel. One factor is the popularity and demand of the series, both in Japan and overseas. According to some sources[^1^] [^3^], the anime did not perform well in terms of DVD and Blu-ray sales, which may indicate a low interest from the viewers. Another factor is the availability and quality of the source material. The manga ended in 2018, so there is enough material for a second season. However, the manga also received mixed reviews from readers, who complained about its inconsistent tone, lack of focus, and rushed ending.

Therefore, based on these factors, it seems unlikely that there will be a season 2 of Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist in the near future. However, this does not mean that it is impossible. There have been cases where anime series got renewed after several years of hiatus, such as Code Geass or Fruits Basket. It may depend on the decision of the production committee, the studio, or the author. Fans of the series can still hope for a miracle or support the series by buying the manga or merchandise.

For those who are not familiar with the manga, Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist is a josei series that combines adventure, comedy, and supernatural elements. The manga follows William's interactions with various demons and angels, who often have their own agendas and personalities. The manga also explores the history and lore of Solomon and his pillars, as well as the secrets behind William's lineage and destiny. The manga has 15 volumes and 96 chapters, which were serialized in Monthly Comic Zero Sum magazine from 2009 to 2018[^2^] [^3^]. The manga was licensed in English by Seven Seas Entertainment and in Polish by Studio JG.

The anime adaptation of Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist was directed by Chiaki Kon, who is known for her work on Higurashi no Naku Koro ni and Golden Time. The anime featured a cast of popular voice actors, such as Takuya Eguchi as William, Takuma Terashima as Dantalion, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Sytry, Tetsuya Kakihara as Camio, Jun Fukuyama as Kevin, and Hiroshi Kamiya as Michael. The anime also had two theme songs: \"Believe My Dice\" by Aoi Shouta, Terashima Takuma, Kakihara Tetsuya & Matsuoka Yoshitsugu as the opening song, and \"a shadow's love song\" by Aoi Shouta as the ending song. The anime had 12 episodes, which were broadcasted on TV Tokyo, AT-X, TVA, and TVO from July to September 2013[^2^] [^3^]. The anime was licensed in English by Sentai Filmworks and in British Isles by MVM Entertainment.

While the anime adaptation of Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist was faithful to the manga in some aspects, it also made some changes and omissions that may have disappointed some fans. For example, the anime skipped some chapters and events from the manga, such as William's encounter with Baalberith, the demon of contracts; William's visit to Hell with Dantalion; William's meeting with Solomon's former lover Sheba; and William's confrontation


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