What is Iruka — Kun?
Welcome to Demon School! Iruka — Kun is a Japanese manga series. The series was written by Osamu Nishi. The series gets serialized in Akita Shoten’s Shonen manga Magazine Weekly Shonen Champion. The serialization of the manga began in March 2017.
Until 2021 Iruka — Kun manga has been compiled into twenty-two tankobon volumes. Bandai Namco Picture adapted the series as an anime that was getting aired from October 2019 until March 2020. There was a second season of the amine which was aired from April 2017.
Story of the Japanese Manga Iruma — Kun.
Manga is based on the life of a 14-year-old Iruma Suzuki. They are a human boy sold by his parents to a demon, Sullivan the demon takes Iruma to the World of Demon who later officially adopts him as his grandson. Iruma then gets enrolled in the Bible School for Demon. Sullivan the demon is the headmaster of the demon school.
In the school Iruma makes Alice Asmodeus And Clara Valac his bestfriends. But Iruma is asked by Sullivan to hide the secret of he is a human. Because if that gets revealed Iruma will be eaten by the demons. But due to all the adventures and situations that are faced by Iruma in the demon world make him stand out from the rest of the demons.
Chapter 213 Release Date
The manga gets released weekly. According to that the chapter 213 of the manga is getting released on the 23rd of July 2021 that is on Friday. Originally the manga is serialized in the weekly Shonen Champion magazine. But several sites make the content available online. These sites are readkomik.com and marimashitairuma-kun.com
The manga has been highly in demand and fans eagerly wait for the new chapter. The last chapter titled as From the Master depicted the loving bond of a teacher and the student. In this chapter, Sullivan is making some plans but nothing has been revealed about them as of now.
At the beginning of the chapter President of the Barbatos Clan is visited by the Barbatos Baciko who reports the 13 Dinner. There Sullivan’s plan is discussed which is likely to create a lot of upheaval in the demon world.
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