Fan-What?

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Summary

Lord Raenef is a Demon Lord, or at least he supposed to be. With his Tutor, Eclipse, he's to learn the way of being one. (causing terror, scheming to take over the world, ect.) But, with Raenef being the inoccent, naive person that he is, there is sure to be a whole lot of chaos involved. Like a female knight he takes on for a henchman, and a priest who declares to be "Chris, the Supreme Cleric Supergenius

(Source: Anime News Network)

Gods and demons wage a neverending battle with the mortal realm as their battlefield. As with most longstanding feuds, the reasons are no longer important - hatred is a way of life. But it is foretold that one would arise who could restore harmony between gods and demons. Enter Raenef ... heir to a set of demon royalty, he is hardly courtly material. The demon king assigns Eclipse to be his tutor, to mold Raenef into proper demonic shape. The two begin a journey of discovery and are soon joined by a human knight and a god-blessed priest. A compelling fantasy manwha adventure from Korea.

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Series

Demon Diary (ko: 마왕일기 mawang ilgi, "Diary of a Demon King") is a 7-volume soonjung Japanese style manhwa (Korean comic) illustrated by Kara. "Kara" is the name of the duo team consisting of Kim Yoon-gyeong and Jeong Eun-sook. The name Kara is taken from the Hebrew Bible - Jeremiah 35:17 - and it means "to invite". Demon Diary was originally published by Sigongsa and has been licensed in North America by Tokyopop. In Scandinavia, it was published by Mangismo between 2005-2006.

A number of writers have worked with Kara on the production of Demon Diary. The story for volume 1 was written by Lee Chi-hyong. Lee stopped writing, because he had to prepare for the upcoming high school exams. The stories for volumes 2 through 7 were written by Lee Yun-hee.

External Links

There are tons of places were you can learn more about this brilliant series. It's very well written with absolutely amazing art! A few websites to check out for more information on the series are Wikipedia, Anime News Network, and Wikia. Check them out! These are great sites and can really tell you a lot about the series!