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Kyo Kara Maoh! is a series of light novels written by Tomo Takabayashi and illustrated by Temari Matsumoto. It has been adapted into an anime and manga series.

Light novelsEdit

Written by Tomo Takabayashi with illustrations by Temari Matsumoto. The first novel was released on November 2000 and so far there are 22 volumes in the series.[1] 17 are considered to be main story novels and the other 5 are extras and side stories which provide background and other information to the story.

No.TitleJapanese release dateJapanese ISBN
01Kyou Kara MA no Tsuku Jiyuugyou! (今日から㋮のつく自由業!)November 2000 [2]ISBN 978-4-04-442001-7
For short it's called "Kyou MA" 「今日マ」. It is covered in episodes 1-3 of the anime and chapters 1-10 (or volumes 1 and 2) of the manga. It was re-released in September 2001[3] with ISBN 978-4-04-445201-8.
02Kondo wa MA no Tsuku Saishuu Heiki! (今度は㋮のつく最終兵器!)April 2001 [4]ISBN 978-4-04-442002-4
For short "Kondo MA" 「今度マ」. It is covered in episodes 3-7 of the anime and chapters 11-22 (volumes 2-4) in the manga. It was re-released in September 2001[5] with ISBN 978-4-04-445202-5.
03Konya wa MA no Tsuku Daidassou! (今夜は㋮のつく大脱走!)November 2001 [6]ISBN 978-4-04-445203-2
For short "Konya MA" 「今夜マ」. It is covered in episodes 12-15 of the anime and chapters 24-34 (volumes 5-6) in the manga.
04Ashita wa MA no Tsuku Kaze ga Fuku! (明日は㋮のつく風が吹く!)February 2002 [7]ISBN 978-4-04-445204-9
For short "Ashita MA" 「明日マ」. It is covered in episodes 21-24 of the anime and chapters 35-47 (volumes 7-8) in the manga.
Ex.1Kakka to MA no Tsuku TOSA Nikki!? (閣下と㋮のつくトサ日記!?)May 2002 [8]ISBN 978-4-04-445205-6
For short "Kakka MA" 「閣下マ. Gunter's journal. It is a collection of 3 stories. One of the stories "Ja ja kuma narashi" 「じゃじゃクマならし」 became episode 18 in the anime, and chapters 48-50 (half of volume 9) in the manga. The title is a reference to Ki no Tsurayuki's Tosa Nikki.
05Kitto MA no Tsuku Hi ga Noboru! (きっと㋮のつく陽が昇る!)September 2002 [9]ISBN 978-4-04-445206-3
For short "Kitto MA" 「きっとマ」.
06Itsuka MA no Tsuku Yuugureni! (いつか㋮のつく夕暮れに!)December 2002 [10]ISBN 978-4-04-445207-0
For short "Itsuka MA" 「いつかマ」
07Ten ni MA no Tsuku Yuki ga Mau! (天に㋮のつく雪が舞う!)May 2003 [11]ISBN 978-4-04-445208-7
For short "Ten MA" 「天マ」
08Chi ni wa MA no Tsuku Hoshi ga Furu! (地には㋮のつく星が降る!)June 2003 [12]ISBN 978-4-04-445209-4
For short "Chi MA" 「地マ」
S.1Ojousama to wa Kari no Sugata! (お嬢様とは仮の姿!)September 2003 [13]ISBN 978-4-04-445210-0
For Short "Ojousama" 「お嬢様」. Set in world war 2 Germany. The Ojousama is a temporary character. She is a treasure hunter named April Graves. She is called to pick up a box called "mirror at the bottom of the sea" from the possessions from her dead mother, Hazel Graves, who was taken away by Nazis. While rushing to investigate the box, April runs into a Nazi, Richard Deuter, who calls himself the key to the box. It is the only title in the series without MA ㋮ in it.
09Mezase MA no Tsuku Umi no Hate! (めざせ㋮のつく海の果て!)April 2004 [14]ISBN 978-4-04-445211-7
For short "Meza MA" 「めざマ」
Ex.2Musuko wa MA no Tsuku Jiyuugyou!? (息子は㋮のつく自由業!?)April 2004 [15]ISBN 978-4-04-445212-4
For short "Musuko MA" 「息子マ」. Three short stories about the Shibuya family. One of the stories "Otouto" 「弟」 became episode 42 in the anime.
10Kore ga MA no Tsuku Daiippo! (これが㋮のつく第一歩!)September 2004 [16]ISBN 978-4-04-445213-1
For short "Kore ga MA" 「これがマ」
11Yagate MA no Tsuku Uta ni Naru! (やがて㋮のつく歌になる!)December 2004 [17]ISBN 978-4-04-445214-8
For short "Yagate MA" 「やがてマ」
12Takara wa MA no Tsuku Tsuchi no Naka! (宝は㋮のつく土の中!)August 2005 [18]ISBN 978-4-04-445215-5
For short "Takara MA" 「宝マ」
13Hako wa MA no Tsuku Mizu no Soko! (箱は㋮のつく水の底!)April 2006 [19]ISBN 978-4-04-445216-2
For short "Hako MA" 「箱マ」
Ex.3 (Kumahachi Special)Kyo Kara MAou!? (今日から㋮王!?)November 14, 2006 [20]ISBN 978-4-04-900782-4
For short "MAou" 「マ王」 There were two versions of this book put out. The special version came, additionally to the 5 short stories, with a 5.5 cm tall kumahachi doll and a pamphlet with an extra story "Kumahachi Special" 「クマハチ・スペシャル」.
Ex.3 (normal version)Kyo Kara MAou!? (今日から㋮王!?)November 30, 2006 [21]ISBN 978-4-04-445217-9
For short "MAou" 「マ王」 There were two versions of this book put out. The normal version has 5 short stories.
14Suna wa MA no Tsuku Michi no Saki! (砂は㋮のつく途の先!)December 2007 [22]ISBN 978-4-04-445218-6
For short "Suna MA" 「砂マ」
15Kokyou he MA no Tsuku Kaji wo Tore! (故郷へ㋮のつく舵をとれ!)May 2008 [23]ISBN 978-4-04-445220-9
For short "Kuni MA" while its written out "Kokyou MA" 「故郷マ」 the author wishes that it be pronounced "kuni MA" 「くにマ」.
Ex.4Shin MA Koku Yori Ai wo Komete (眞㋮国より愛をこめて)July 2008 [24]ISBN 978-4-04-445219-3
Seven short stories focusing on Shinou and the Daikenja.
16Mae wa MA no Tsuku Tetsugoushi! (前は㋮のつく鉄格子!)December 27, 2008 [25]ISBN 978-4-04-445221-6
For short "Mae MA" 「前マ」
17Ushiro wa MA no Tsuku Ishi no Kabe! (後は㋮のつく石の壁!)January 1, 2010 [26]ISBN 978-4-04-445222-3
18Yami ni MA no Tsuku Hi ga Tomoru!! (闇にマのつく灯がともる!)(pending)

MangaEdit

The manga is released under the title Kyou Kara MA no Tsuku Jiyuugyou! in Japan. It is currently serialized in Asuka, a monthly magazine. Its production started in July 2005.[27]

An English-language version of the manga was licensed by Tokyopop under the title Kyo Kara Maoh! but Tokyopop has since given up the license. Viz Media now releasing the series digitally under its Viz Select line. It is still uncertain if the series will continue past the seventh volume.

No.Original release dateOriginal ISBNEnglish release dateEnglish ISBN
1 December 28, 2005[28]ISBN 978-4-04-853912-8October 2008ISBN 1-4278-1099-0
2 July 28, 2006 [29]ISBN 4-04-853974-4January 2009ISBN 1-4278-1100-8
3 April 28, 2007 [30]ISBN 978-4-04-854087-2April 2009ISBN 1-4278-1101-6
4 December 28, 2007 [31]ISBN 978-4-04-854141-1August 2009ISBN 1-4278-1545-3
5 April 28, 2008 [32]ISBN 978-4-04-854166-4December 2009ISBN 1-4278-1634-4
6 September 28, 2008 [33]ISBN 4-04-854241-9April 2010ISBN 1-4278-1635-2
7 March 28, 2009 [34]ISBN 978-4-04-854303-3August 2010ISBN 1-4278-1762-6
8 September 28, 2009 [35]ISBN 978-4-04-854376-7
9 March 18, 2010 [36]ISBN 4-04-854443-8
10 September 23, 2010 [37]ISBN 4-04-854533-7
11 February 27, 2011 [38]ISBN 4-04-854591-4
12 July 22, 2011 [39]ISBN 978-4048546669
13 December 2011 [40]ISBN 978-4041201015
14 May 26, 2012 [41]ISBN 978-4041202616
15 November 22, 2012 [42]ISBN 978-4041204689
16 March 25, 2013 [43]ISBN 978-4041206539
17 October 24, 2013 [44]ISBN 978-4041208564
18 May 23, 2014 [45]ISBN 978-4041210765
19 January 23, 2015 [46]ISBN 978-4041022160
20 September 26, 2015 [47]ISBN 978-4041034354
21 October 24, 2016 [48]ISBN 978-4041034361

Drama CDsEdit

  • Kyou Kara MA no Tsuku Jiyuugyou (今日から㋮のつく自由業!)
  • Ura MA 3 part work (裏㋮3部作)
    • Ura Kondo wa MA no Tsuku Saishuu Heiki! (裏 今度は㋮のつく最終兵器!)
    • Ura Konya wa MA no Tsuku Daidassou! (裏 今夜は㋮のつく大脱走!)
    • Ura Ashita wa MA no Tsuku Kaze ga Fuku! (裏 明日は㋮のつく風が吹く!)
  • Kakka to MA no tsuku Love Nikki!? (閣下と㋮のつくラブ日記!?)
  • Ura MA DX! (裏㋮DX!)
  • MAou Koutan Special (㋮王降誕☆すぺしゃる)
  • Kyou Kara MAou! Seisakoku DX! (今日から㋮王! 聖砂国DX!)
    • Kyou Kara MAou! Seisakoku DX! (outward journey) (今日から㋮王! 聖砂国DX!(往路))
    • Kyou Kara MAou! Seisakoku DX! (return trip (今日から㋮王! 聖砂国DX!(復路))

Anime FanbooksEdit

  • Kyou Kara Maou! Daikenkyuu (今日から㋮王! 大研究) December 22, 2005 ISBN 4-04-853928-0
  • Kyou Kara Maou! Daikenkyuu 2 (今日から㋮王! 大研究2) December 20, 2006 ISBN 4-04-854073-4
  • Kyou Kara Maou! Daikenkyuu 3 (今日から㋮王! 大研究3) May 28, 2009 ISBN 978-4-04-854355-2

Illustration bookEdit

Information BookEdit

Radio ShowEdit

  • Kyo Kara Maoh! Shin Makoku Housou Kyoukai (今日からマ王! 眞魔国放送協会(SHK)) [49]

Theme song:

Hosts: Mitsuki Saiga (Wolfram), Kouki Miyata (Murata), Takahiro Sakurai (Yuri) (from 7 he was a guest, from 9 he became a host)

Guests

Masako Katsuki(Cheri): Episodes 03, 04, 19, 20, 43, 44

Minami Takayama(Anissina): Episodes 03, 04, 19, 20, 43, 44

Kazuhiko Inoue(Gunter): Episodes 05, 06, 61, 62

Takashi Matsuyama(Dakoskos): Episodes 06, 37, 38

Masanori Takeda(Jozak): Episodes 09, 10, 41, 42

Yumi Kakazu(Miko Shibuya): Episodes 11, 12, 45, 46

Shin-ichiro Miki(The Original King): Episodes 13, 14, 39, 40

Masaki Terasoma(Adalbert): Episodes 15, 16, 57, 58

Keiji Fujiwara(Jose Rodriguez): Episodes 17, 18

Risa Mizuno(Julia): Episode 21

Nozomu Sasaki(The Great Sage/Jeneus): Episodes 23, 24, 55, 56

Emiri Katou(Doria): Episodes 25, 26

Tamaki Nakanishi(Lasagna): Episodes 25, 26

Yukana(Ulrike): Episodes 27, 28

Motoko Kumai(Greta): Episodes 29, 30

Katsuyuki Konishi(Shori Shibuya) Episodes 31, 49, 50

Toshiyuki Morikawa(Conrad/Engiwarudori(極楽鳥)): Episode 34

Hiroko Taguchi(Gisela): Episodes 35, 36

Akio Ōtsuka(Gwendal): Episodes 47, 48

Akira Ishida(Saralegi): Episodes 53, 54

Hiroaki Hirata(Gegenhuber): Episodes 59, 60

GamesEdit

Oresama Quest (おれさまクエスト)

Oresama Quest was a PC game released June 23, 2006.[50]

Hajimari no Tabi (はじマりの旅)

Hajimari no Tabi was a PS2 action RPG video game developed and published by Namco Bandai. It was released in Japan on July 27, 2006. There were two versions released. The normal game and a premium box which included a drama CD and a booklet with an original story by Takabayashi Tomo.[51]

Shin Makoku no Kyuujitsu (眞マ国の休日)

Shin Makoku no Kyuujitsu was a PS2 game released September 27, 2007. There were two versions released. The normal game and a limited box which included two figures, a script book and a drama CD.[52]

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