Series: Kyo Kara Maoh! [Manga]

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Kyo Kara MAOH!, 1 [manga] by Tomo Takabayashi1
Kyo Kara MAOH!, 2 [manga] by Tomo Takabayashi2
Kyo Kara MAOH!, 3 [manga] by Tomo Takabayashi3
Kyo Kara MAOH!, 4 [manga] by Tomo Takabayashi4
Kyo Kara MAOH!, 5 [manga] by Tomo Takabayashi5
Kyo Kara MAOH!, 6 [manga] by Tomo Takabayashi6
Kyo Kara MAOH!, 7 [manga] by Tomo Takabayashi7
Kyo Kara MAOH! [manga artbook] by 眞魔国王立研究室artbook
Kyo Kara MAOH!, 2 [manga artbook] by 眞魔国王立研究室artbook 2

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Series description

Yuri Shibuya lives a normal life until one day when some bullies are giving him a swirly he is flushed down the toilet and into another world. Once there Yuri finds out he is to be the demon king and that the demon country is at war with human countries.

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