13 outstanding demon lord anime series

13 Outstanding Demon Lord Anime Series

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Today i am going to gve you a recommendation list of anime shows with a Demon Lord.

The Demon lords in anime can range from gamers to deadbeat demon dads . Regardless of what they are we can all agree there are some pretty awesome demon lords in anime.There is just something so fun in watching these hilariously overpowered beings solve the problems of their own respective worlds with little to no character development.

We will takea look at the different potrayals of Demon Lords.I hope you find some of the titles in this list of Demon Lord Anime interesting.



Aired:Winter 2019

Studio Gokumi’s Endro! is a Japanese original anime television series. On Naral Island, a hero named Yulia “Yusha” Chardiet and her friends face the Demon Lord who is wreaking havoc on the Kingdom of Lapanesta. However, their sealing spell fails, and the girls unintentionally send the Demon Lord back in time to before Yusha became a hero. The Demon Lord, now known as Mao, shrinks to the size of a small girl and becomes a teacher at Yusha’s Adventure School with the intention of exiling Yusha so that she will never become a hero in the future.

Demon Lord, Retry!


Aired:Summer 2019

Kurone Kanzaki’s Demon Lord, Retry! is a Japanese fantasy light novel series illustrated by Kji Ogata (first edition) and Amaru Minotake (second edition). Ekachi Epilka’s anime television series adaptation aired from July 4 to September 19, 2019. “To be continued!” declared the end of Episode 12. After an unexplained event, Akira Ono finds himself in the body of his character, Demon Lord Hakuto Kunai, as he prepares to shut down the servers of his creation, the MMORPG Infinity Game.

The new world he awakens in appears to be set within Infinity Game, but there are some differences. He meets and summons various companions who accompany him on his journey, and his reputation as the “Demon Lord” spreads throughout the land, making him a target. As he continues to pursue his mission of discovering why and how he was summoned, Ono/Kunai finds himself dealing with the sociological problems of the Kingdom of Holy Light and the Satanist cult that opposes it.

Seven Mortal Sins


Aired:Spring 2017

Seven Mortal Sins is a Japanese anime television series that aired from April 14 to July29,2017. It was produced by Artland and TNK. The Great Angel Lucifer was cast into Hell and became a Fallen Angel because she committed the sin of pride against God. The hierarchy of demons has also sealed away Lucifer’s powers at the lowest level of Hell. Lucifer had lost everything, but with the help of the Demon King of Envy, Leviathan, and a high school girl she met on Earth named Totsuka Maria, she transforms into the Demon King of Pride Lucifer and embarks on her journey to avenge the Seven Demon Kings of Hell. A book of Revelations is about to begin, with the “Seven Deadly Sins” portrayed by beautiful Demon Kings.



Aired:Winter 2011

Beelzebub is a 2011  Japanese anime television series based on the manga series of the same name by Ryhei Tamura. Ishiyama High School is home to a slew of miscreants, including Oga, a legendary badass who’s downright devilish. One day, Oga comes across a man floating down a river, and the man splits open to reveal a baby inside – but this is no ordinary baby! Beelzebub, the future demon king, is the adorable tot! And, because Oga is as cruel as they come, Beelzebub latches on to its newfound ‘father,’ much to the chagrin of the other demons. In addition to battling rival gangs and becoming the most powerful delinquent in town, Oga now has to buy diapers, comfort, and transport an annoying baby who is more of a devil than him.

The Demonic King Chases His Wife



Xie Wang Zhui Qi is a Chinese Anime (Donghua) in which the main character, a well-known assassin of the twenty-first century, crosses over to become Su Manor’s most useless good-for-nothing Fourth Miss. He, Jin Empire’s imperial highness, was an emotionless, overbearing demonic tyrant of unparalleled talent. Everyone knew she was stupid and useless, so they bullied her as they pleased. But only he, the tyrant with the discerning eye, would let her go if his life depended on it.

Maoyuu Maou Yuusha


Aired:Winter 2013

Maoy Ma Ysha, also known as Maoyu, is a 2013 fantasy anime film based on Mamare Touno’s light novels and illustrated by Keinojou Mizutama and toi8. Set in a mediaeval fantasy world, the Southern Kingdoms War has been raging for 15 years between humans and demons. The Hero, humanity’s greatest warrior, confronts and plans to kill the Demon King, the leader of the Demons, in the hope that it will end the war.

To his surprise, the “Demon King” is actually a Queen, and she explains that the war between their people is not one of good versus evil, and that ending it now will only cause more chaos. Convinced, they collaborate behind the scenes to end the war in a way that benefits both sides. The anime aired on Tokyo MX from January 5, 2013 to March 30, 2013. Arms produced the anime, which was directed by Takeo Takahashi and written by Naruhisa Arakawa, with music by Takeshi Hama.

Nanatsu no Taizai


Aired:Fall 2014

Nakaba Suzuki wrote and illustrated the manga series The Seven Deadly Sins. When the king’s Holy Knights are corrupted by a distinctly unholy demonic power, the kingdom of Liones is thrown into upheaval. The Seven Deadly Sins, an exiled group of oddballs who seem to spend as much time fighting each other as they do fighting their enemies, are the land’s only hope.

Princess Elizabeth desperately seeks their assistance, but the leader of her potential rescuers turns out to be an undersized pervert with a broken blade and a talking pig! A jealous giant, a fussy fairy, and an immortal bandit pining for his lost love soon join them. Can these people truly be the legendary heroes she seeks?



Aired:Summer 2015

Overlord is a Japanese anime television series based on Kugane Maruyama’s eponymous light novel series, which was illustrated by so-bin. Momonga, a veteran player, stays logged in until the clock strikes zero on the night his favourite MMORPG is scheduled to be shut down. Only a few moments later does the screen go dark, and he finds himself completely immersed in the online world of Yggdrasil. Left with all of his character’s devastating abilities, complete control over his loyal NPCs, and nothing else to do… Momonga decides to try his hand at world conquest.

All of the hours he’s spent grinding and dungeon crawling have certainly paid off, and as he puts his strength to the test against local rogues and legendary beasts, he realises that no opponent can stand up to his might. Momonga embraces his new identity as the fearsome mage Ainz Ooal Gown and continues his hunt for bigger, badder foes. The people of Yggdrasil are left wondering who is trapped with whom.

Ao no Exorcist


Aired:Spring 2015

The anime series Blue Exorcist is based on Kazue Kato’s manga series of the same name. Tensai Okamura directed it, and A-1 Pictures produced it. After his guardian, Father Fujimoto, dies, a teenager named Rin Okumura discovers he is the son of Satan and vows to become an exorcist in order to defeat him.

Rin Okumura appears to be an ordinary boy who lives at the Southern Cross Boys’ Monastery. Rin, on the other hand, comes across a boy who has been possessed by a demon one day. During the struggle, he not only awakens latent powers within him, but also discovers that he is Satan’s son! Rin, unable to remain under the protection of the church and with his very existence straddling the line between human and demon, decides to fight his parentage by joining the True Cross Order as an exorcist. Now, the teen must attend True Cross Academy and begin special exorcist training alongside his new comrades, all while keeping his true identity hidden; but can Satan’s son truly become a true exorcist?

Demon King Daimao


Aired:Spring 2010

Ichiban Ushiro no Dai Ma is a 2010 anime television series based on the light novels written by Shotaro Mizuki and illustrated by Souichi It, which were published by Hobby Japan under their HJ Bunko imprint. Akuto Sai enrols in the Constant Academy of Magick Arts in the hopes of becoming a high priest and changing the world for the better. When the school’s oracle predicts his future profession as ‘Demon Lord,’ he finds himself feared and despised by the entire student body. Instead of forming comrades and studying for his exam, Akuto is now battling monsters, bullies, and well-meaning classmates in various states of undress.

As if navigating a magical high school as a transfer student wasn’t difficult enough, Akuto now has to contend with a cute android who has been assigned to monitor him 24 hours a day, the precocious attention of the flying, invisible, and naked Keena Soga, and the advances of the school’s most popular girl. Will he be able to overcome his fate, pass his classes, and reconcile with the violent Junko Hattori, or will he succumb to his demonic destiny?

How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord


Aired:Summer 2018

How to Avoid Summoning a Demon Lord, also known as The King of Darkness Another World Story: Slave Magic is a Japanese light novel series written and illustrated by Yukiya Murasaki and Takahiro Tsurusaki. From July 5 to September 20, 2018, Ajia-do Animation Works aired an anime television series adaptation. Takuma Sakamoto is a hikikomori gamer who is mysteriously transported to the virtual world of his favourite MMORPG, Cross Reverie, when his own character, the Demon Lord Diablo, appears in the game.

The two young girls who summoned him, the pantherian Rem and the elf Shera, attempt to use a spell to make Takuma their servant, but the spell rebounds due to his magic ring with the ability “Magic Reflection,” and both end up with magic collars stuck around their necks, becoming his servants instead.

Takuma, who suffers from social anxiety, decides to act like his character when interacting with others, and uses his high stats and vast knowledge of Cross Reverie’s lore to survive in his new environment, travelling with Rem and Shera to look for a way to remove their slave collars, while also assisting them with their own personal issues that prompted them to summon him in the first place.

The Devil is a Part-Timer!


Aired:Spring 2013

The Devil Is a Part-Timer! is a 2013 fantasy, comedy Japanese anime series based on Satoshi Wagahara’s light novels. In another dimension, the Hero Emilia Justina defeats the Dark Lord Satan and his evil forces. Satan and his Demon general Alciel are forced to flee through a portal that transports them to modern-day Japan. With their magic slowly dwindling in an unfamiliar world, they are forced to live ordinary human lives in order to survive. The Hero Emilia Justina follows them through the portal and finds herself in the same situation. Although Emilia still holds grudges against Satan for his past evil deeds, they become unlikely allies in order to survive.

The Misfit of Demon King Academy


Aired:Summer 2020

The Misfit of Demon King Academy: History’s Strongest Demon King Reincarnates and Attends School with His Descendants is an anime series based on the same-titled light novel series written by Shu and illustrated by Yoshinori Shizuma. Anos Voldigord was a tyrannical Demon King who exterminated humans, spirits, and even gods, but grew tired of eternal warfare and reincarnated with hopes for a peaceful world.

However, what awaited him in reincarnation after 2000 years were descendants who had grown too weak after being accustomed to peace, as well as all manner of magic that had deteriorated to the extreme. Anos enrols in the Demon King Academy, which gathers and educates those who are thought to be the reincarnation of the Demon King, but the academy is unable to see through his true powers and labels him as a misfit!

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