Mairimashita! Iruma-kun (魔入りました！入間くん?, lit: "Enrolled Demon Iruma!") is a manga written and illustrated by Osamu Nishi and is published in Akita Shoten's magazine Weekly Shōnen Champion. The first chapter was published on March 2, 2017, in seventeenth issue of Weekly Shōnen Champion.
- 1 Official Volume Plots
- 2 Insight
- 3 List of Volumes
- 4 Gallery
- 5 References
Official Volume Plots
Iruma Suzuki, a 14-year old boy, was sold to a demon by his irresponsible parents in exchange for money. Surprisingly, next thing he knows, he is living with the demon and has been transferred into a school from the Demon World. There he quickly becomes friends with the demons Asmodeus Alice, Valac Clara, and Azazel Ameri. All the while Iruma must hide his status as a human, wishing that he must absolutely not stand out, while living in the Demon World.
Contrary to his own intention, Iruma-san who continues to get great attention at the devil's school. I met a girl who doubted him as a "human"...!? Demon life is a big pinch!?
Iruma was trembled when he achieved his goal of “increasing his rank in the demon world”! The devil's school life is full of challenges. Opening of the “Division” aiming for further growth!!
The devil school club activity "division" finally shows off its own activity "division performance" finally opens!!!?
Iruma-kun, who became more and more prominent on the stage as an idol of the Demon World. Meanwhile, the Ameri, the student council president, witnesses the appearance of Iruma, which he should not see, and decides to rehash his sexual roots (!?)!!
While I wanted to know more about the devil, the (extra) clever Ring of Gluttony caused a spell that turned into a bad character, causing a big turmoil!! How come I'm trying to get "a certain classroom"...!?
It will be a long holiday at the Devil's School ♪ ...... However, before the holidays there is a gloomy test. Iruma-kun, who is studying lessons in the demon world!! An unexpected pinch rushes into him!?
Iruma and his friends who visited the amusement park on the "last day" of the devil school! However, there is a huge prison in the basement of the amusement park, where a large-scale jailbreak plan is in progress...!?
A group of problem children who have undergone a transformation after undergoing training by their teacher. Let's go to the survival test of the Babylus. "Harvest Festival" starts!!
The first day of the "Harvest Festival", a survival test in which first-year students from the Devil School compete for harvest. Everyone in the problem class earns points, while Iruma eats rice with Morimori!?
On the second day of the harvest festival, there are still 0 points to Iruma & Lied's team. With the aim of reversing one shot, we will begin to search for the harvest "Legendary Leaf"!! The greatest crisis approaches during such an entrance ...!?
Harvest festival, last spurt!! First-year students collide with each other as they take on the title of "Young King", the title of the young devil that the winner holds!
A group of problematic students are aiming to win the music festival by uniting together. However, in order to do so, the cooperation of a certain devil is indispensable...! Who is the devil who can make the most prominent appeal at Babylys?!
The stage is a music festival! The Abnormal Class with the trumpet genius called Purson will challenge the harsh performance of "Hell Dance" at the suggestion of an Akudol Kerori...!? Will all of the 13 students will be able to go up to the Rank 4; Daleth?!
Can Iruma and all of the Abnormal class win the Music Festival!? The 13th student, Purson Soi, after his disappearance, his choice is..?
For more information, go to Chapters and Volumes.
The series has been producing 159 chapters every week on Weekly Shounen Champion magazine, and presently has 17 tankōbon volumes which are then published on Shōnen Champion Comics. As of May 2020, the first sixteen volumes of the manga has cumulatively reached a total of 4 Million copies sold. Previously on January 2020, this was 2.5 Million.
List of Volumes
|1||1 - 7||July 7, 2017||ISBN 978-4-253-22516-8|
|2||8 - 16||October 6, 2017||ISBN 978-4-253-22517-5|
|3||17 - 25||December 8, 2017||ISBN 978-4-253-22518-2|
|4||26 - 34||February 8, 2018||ISBN 978-4-253-22519-9|
|5||35 - 43||May 8, 2018||ISBN 978-4-253-22520-5|
|6||44 - 52||July 6, 2018||ISBN 978-4-253-22548-9|
|7||53 - 61||September 7, 2018||ISBN 978-4-253-22549-6|
|8||62 - 70||November 8, 2018||ISBN 978-4-253-22550-2|
|9||71 - 79||February 8, 2019||ISBN 978-4-253-22559-5|
|10||80 - 88||April 8, 2019||ISBN 978-4-253-22560-1|
|11||89 - 97||June 7, 2019||ISBN 978-4-253-22891-6|
|12||98 - 106||September 6, 2019||ISBN 978-4-253-22892-3|
|13||107 - 115||October 8, 2019||ISBN 978-4-253-22893-0|
|14||116 - 124||December 6, 2019||ISBN 978-4-253-22894-7|
|15||125 - 133||January 8, 2020||ISBN 978-4-253-22895-4|
|16||134 - 142||April 8, 2020||ISBN 978-4-253-22896-1|
|17||143 - 151||June 8, 2020||ISBN 978-4-253-22897-8|
|18||152 - 160||September 8, 2020||ISBN 978-4-253-22898-5|
|19||161-169||December 8, 2020||ISBN 978-4-253-22899-2|
|20||TBA||March 17, 2021||TBA|