My Bride is the Demon Lord!? Manga
About My Bride is the Demon Lord!? Manga
My Bride is the Demon Lord!? features story and art by Nanse Mizuho.
Humanity, once at war with a demonic army, almost came to an end before a hero felled the leader of the monster horde, The Demon Lord. Flash forward to a time of peace, the sorcery school of Seirou Academy, built on those ancient battlegrounds, is an institute where students learn ancient magic and enter friendly competitions between countries. The newest transfer student is Lina, the clumsy grandchild of The Demon Lord, and she has her sights on Yuuya, the descendant of the legendary hero. Furthermore, she’s determined to make him her bride. Problem is that once word gets out that he’s the hero’s decedent, a whole harem of magic users become interested in his “sacred sword”!
My Bride is the Demon Lord!? by Nanase Mizuho was born out of a desire to draw a harem story of sweet lovestruck girls and it runs the gauntlet of what every hot-blooded hentai lover wants! Set in a world of fantasy and magic, Mizuho’s newest release is packed with monster and magical girls of exquisite beauty. My Bride is the Demon Lord!? is a proposal hentai fans can’t say no too!
Ratings & Reviews
More Fun than expected
by STEVEN -
Well drawn art, enjoyable "Demon Lord" story with 3 stand-alone chapters, character descriptions included towards back of book. Quality Fakku book binding with slipcover. Minus one for no color pages.
Great artwork and an alright story
by Daniel -
The main story in this book is a magic high school harem where they actually have sex with the main guy. The sex scenes, character designs, and just the overall art is top notch in this one. The one part that was a bit lacking was the plot. It just seemed a bit all over the place and it doesn’t really utilize the title of the book. The main love interest is the demon lord but it’s more so a name then going much into that representation, albeit a few scenes here and there. It focuses more on the magic high school side. But then again, who reads these for the plot. The three one shots after the main story range from good to alright, not much to say about them. Overall, pretty good but I feel like it’s missing something.