Welcome back to BakaBuzz, everyone! A list of recommended anime based on Japanese television shows starring a demon lord will be shown today.
The hero and the villain, whether human or non-human, are common in many fantasy anime shows.
Only anime series where the protagonist is a demon or one of the protagonists is a demon lord will be covered in this article.
The countdown of anime series about demons is now complete, so let’s get started.
10. Blood Lad
Blood Lad tells the narrative of vampire lord Staz Charlie, ruler of Demon World’s Eastern District.
However, Staz is only an adoring fan of Japanese culture who is utterly uninterested in the blood of human beings, despite the myths to the contrary.
Staz spends much of his time watching anime, reading manga, and playing video games rather than managing his area.
9. Otome Youkai Zakuro
“Otome Youkai Zakuro” is next on our list of the finest anime featuring a demon lord. A character named Second Lieutenant Kei Agemaki, also known as “Zakuro,” is the focus of this anime, which centers on his crippling dread of supernatural things.
While working and living among youkai maidens at the Ministry of Spirit Affairs, he and two other colleagues are unable to overcome their apprehensions.
8. Demon King Daimao
You’ll have a blast watching Demon King Daimao if you like fantasy, harem, and high school dramas.
When Akuto Sai transfers to Constant Magic Academy in order to pursue his dream of making the world a better place, he befriends an exemplary member of a ninja clan.
They make a promise to each other on the way to the academy: they will work together to make the world a better place.
It is predicted that Akuto will become the Demon Lord when he arrives.
7. Kyoukai no Kanata
One of the best anime series where the main character is a demon ruler, covering genres including romance, action and the supernatural.
Awakening of the Kanata It is also known in English as “Beyond the Boundary,” and it is about a Spirit World warrior named Mirai Kuriyama, the lone surviving member of his tribe, who has the ability to convert his blood into weapons.
It’s her job to chase out the monsters that manifest from people’s negative emotions because of her superpower.
They meet a weird youngster who happens to be a unique half-breed, and she tries to kill him as well. As the show progresses, their bond develops stronger.
6. Maoyuu Maou Yuusha
There is a new anime coming out, called Maoyuu Maou Yuusha, which features a Queen as the protagonist!
Humans and demons have been at war for fifteen years.
Not satisfied with his comrades’ slow progress into the Demon Realm, the Hero decides to forge forward to the castle of the Demon Queen.
When the Hero finally arrives, he discovers something shocking: not only is the Demon Queen a stunning woman, but she also needs the Hero’s assistance.
5. Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist
An aristocratic family’s child is the protagonist of this demon-lord-themed animated television series.
When his uncle’s business fails, he loses everything he owns.
To save his family’s reputation, William returns home to seek for anything that might be exchanged for money with his butler.
They discover an ancestor’s underground room after doing a thorough examination of the property. William unwittingly summons a devil when he opens a mystical seal in the chamber.
4. The Demonic King Who Chases His Wife
Female anime lovers, as well as shoujo fans, have found this series to be one of the most popular in China.
Jin, Lord of the Imperial Empire, was a heartless, domineering demon despot with unsurpassed talent depicted in the anime.
Everyone at Su Manor knew that Fourth Miss was a fool and a good-for-nothing, so they could bully her to their hearts’ content.
As long as she’s in his hands, she won’t let go of him even if his life is at stake.
Until then, we’ll simply have to observe how the chaser and the pursued clash and play out in this entertaining exhibition of obstinate versus stubborn.
For this anime, there are a lot of unanswered issues about the future of fresh seasons.
3. Kakuriyo: Bed and Breakfast for Spirits
We have a good Japanese folklore anime that crosses the categories of Demons, Supernatural, Drama and Romance.
Aoi Tsubaki, who was abandoned as a kid by her mother, has always been able to perceive ghosts from the Hidden Realm.
That’s why he took her under his wing and taught her everything he knew about it.
peacefully coexist with the spirits After her grandfather’s death, she is left to fend for herself, relying solely on her culinary skills.
When hungry ghosts cross her path, she decides to feed them so that they don’t become enraged.
No one at Tatsumi’s school dares to meddle with him in Beelzebub, the film about a first-year delinquent student.
A demon lord’s offspring and a nanny to cope with? That’s when things get a little more serious in this Japanese anime.
Since its debut in January 2011, this is a long-running, high-quality anime with 60 episodes.
1. Hataraku Maou-sama
Anime about the adventures of the titular hero (the mighty demon lord maou sama) in the fantastical realm of Ente Isla.
When Emilia confronts him at his castle, he is forced to flee through a portal to Earth, where he is met by the female hero.
While working at the MgRonald’s restaurant chain, Emilia eventually hunts him down and attempts to catch him in the act of being wicked.