Iruma Kun Chapter 222 release date is not known for sure. We can expect it to be released soon. Fans are eagerly waiting for its release.
Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun is a Japanese manga series. Osamu Nishi created this manga. It has been serialized in Akita Shoten’s shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Champion since March 2017.
More About The Manga
The story follows Iruma Suzuki. He is a 14-year-old human boy. Trump’s parents neglected him. As a result, he was unable to attend normal school regularly in the human world. From a young age he experienced a variety of situations. Iruma worked many jobs to support himself. He develop great adaptability, survival skills and agility as a result of these odd experiences.
However, he is sold to a demon by his parents. The demon, Sullivan, takes Iruma to the Demon World and officially adopts him as his grandson. He enrolls Iruma in the Babyls School for Demons where he is the headmaster. Meanwhile, Iruma quickly befriends the demons Alice Asmodeus and Clara Valac. However, Sullivan tells Iruma to never reveal that he is human. Since he will be eaten if anyone finds out. As a result, Iruma vows to blend in during his time in the demon world. However, he stands out because of all the situations and adventures that arise.
Above all, he continues his adventures in the demon world. You have to read the manga to find out what happens to him and how he keeps his identity secret.
Iruma Kun Chapter 222 Release Date
The release date is not known for sure. We can expect it to be released soon. In conclusion, fans are eagerly waiting for its release and very excited about it.
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Where To Read Manga Online
There is no confirmed official source to read the translated version of the manga. You can read Chapter 215 on different fan translation sites like readkomik.com and mangajar.com. The manga is also available on its official site.
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