Written and illustrated by the manga on the official Twitter account for Osamu Nishi, Mairimashita! Iruma-kun ((Welcome to the demon school! Iruma-kun) the cover and details of the twenty-second compilation volume of the work, which will be released in Japan on June 8, have been released. The summary is described as follows:

«The second season of the animated adaptation is now airing! A fantastic demonic school comedy! In a case where you don't really know what to expect, you may be able to find the answers you are looking for on stage. Cute Irumi and Kuromu compete against each other at Akudol's Grand Event, and their relationship between them and a third element of surprise will only strengthen!».

For his part, Nishi publishes the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen Champion from the publisher Akita Shoten since March 2017. The publisher published the 20th compiled volume in March 2021, followed by the 21st in April 2021 in Japan.

The piece inspired a 23-part anime adaptation produced by the studios. Bandai Namco Pictures, Headed by Makoto Moriwaki and scripts written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, released October 2019. A twenty-first episode of the second season is currently airing in Japan.

Synopsis of Mairimashita! Iruma-kun

The story follows Iruma Suzuki, a 14-year-old boy who is sold to a demon by his parents. The demon, known as Sullivan, brings Iruma into the demon world and adopts him as her grandson. He hires Iruma in the school for demons "Babyls", where he is the principal. In his new school, Iruma quickly befriends the demons Alice Asmodeus and Clara Valac. However, Sullivan mentions to him that he should never reveal that he is human because if he does, he will be eaten by anyone who finds out. Iruma then vows to keep the secret, although he can't help but attract more and more attention during his stay.

Fountain: Official Twitter account

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