Makai Ouji – Devils and Realist Episode 12 and Closing Remarks

Of many of the endings I’ve seen for season long animes, this one ending was a bit surprising but not to the point that I’m confused, nor to the point that it dissatisfies me. To the ending of Makai Ouji, … Continue reading

Makai Ouji – Devils and Realist Episode 10

Oh how the School Festival forever interjects into even the most serious of series… not that Makai Ouji is intensely dark and serious anyway, but still, school festivals always seem inserted into many school set series. While sometimes there is … Continue reading

Makai Ouji – Devils and Realist Episode 9 Review

It seems like many of the episodes are totally picking up in twist action excitement. William finally gets his ring. Michael threatens to rip off Uriel’s last wing and we find out that Kevin/Uriel was the Angel of Repentance in … Continue reading

Makai Ouji Episode 8 Review

A very exciting and densely packed episode, to say the least. It begins with a descent of an angel in the presence of Pastor Kevin Cecil/Uriel. In terms of main plot development, I suspect this episode is a major turning … Continue reading

Makai Ouji – Devils and Realist Episode 7 Review

Finally, a little over the halfway point of the series, the demons in hell are starting to stir up some trouble. Duke Ballberith, Sytry’s uncle is targeting the Solomon. Though all the demons are attracted to Solomon, not all of … Continue reading

Makai Ouji – Devils and Realist Episode 5 Review

First off, I want to say that this episode was a really refreshing interlude from the demon politics race of hell that we’ve been introduced into. Though William’s been pursued by demons from all over hell, he’s still completely focused … Continue reading

Makai Ouji Devils & Realist Episode 4 Review

 Rating: 4/5 curiously excited clouds  Kevin Cecil, the butler, seems to be taking his job as a pastor quite seriously, distancing himself from William and his personal matters. Dantalion continues to keep familiars on Will to keep him safe. We’re introduced to … Continue reading