English: Devil & Devil
Synonyms: Devil Devil, Debi Debi, Demon & Demon, Devil and Devil
Published: Mar 1998 to 2000
Authors: Miyoshi, Yuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday (Weekly)
Score: 7.421 (scored by 765 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.
Jul 9, 2009
It's about a 101th battle between the Angel Ios and the Demon Sword. As they fight they injury each other and fall on earth very badly injuried. Each of them will posses a human body, which turns out both of those guys bodies are actualy twin brothers.
As the story goes on, they fight with various devils and trying to find a way to get back to their original bodies and regain their power.
The Art is fascinating. You can see little details which are left out in other mangas and it's good for an action manga.
The characters have each their interesting part. Good and Evil.
If you put all this together it is pure enjoyment to read "Devil and Devil". Some chibi drawings, which makes it funny. Serious drawin and very detailed. which makes u stop from reading and try to make the scene very realistic.
Overall i'll give it a 10. read more
Nov 21, 2010
The story focuses on Sword and Ios trying to regain their true body. Sword is a ruthless devil who enjoys to fight and would do anything to regain his body but despite being a devil, he still have his pride as warrior and refuse to fight by cheating. Although he is ruthless and rude, the heroine of the story, Nanami, tends to control him as the human that he took over, Souma, is afraid of her.
This manga has a great action scenes as well as good humor but it does occasionally shows some ecchi scenes. The story has good art especially the action packed battle scenes which are very impressive and have some light humor where Sword gets ordered around by Nanami despite his protests again Souma's body.
Overall, this is story is fun to read as the comedy scenes as well as the battle scenes are fun to read. Those below 16 are advised not to read as it does contain some very ecchi scenes. read more