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Maou: Juvenile Remix

Maou: Juvenile Remix

Alternative Titles

English: Maoh: Juvenile Remix
Synonyms: Demon: Juvenile Remix
Japanese: 魔王 JUVENILE REMIX

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 10
Chapters: 97
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 6, 2007 to Jun 24, 2009
Authors: Osuga, Megumi (Art), Isaka, Kotaro (Story)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday

Statistics

Score: 7.991 (scored by 759 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet published' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #9272
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2790
Members: 2,390
Favorites: 102
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Volumes: /10
Chapters: /97

Synopsis

Andou is a high-schooler who possesses the ability to force others to vocalize his thoughts—an ability similar to ventriloquism. Inukai is young man shrouded in mystery who commands the vigilante group, Grass Hopper, which appeared in a city shaken by the downtown restoration program. This is a tale of courage, resolution… and confrontation; this is a depiction of the two boys' encounter.

(Source: Aku Tenshi)

Background

Maou: Juvenile Remix was published in English by VIZ Media under the Shonen Sunday imprint from May 11, 2010 to April 10, 2012.

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Characters

Andou, Junya
Andou, Junya
Main
Andou
Andou
Main
Shunji, Inukai
Shunji, Inukai
Main
Semi
Semi
Supporting
Kaname
Kaname
Supporting
Suzumebachi
Suzumebachi
Supporting
Machiko
Machiko
Supporting


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Lotustarou
May 12, 2016
personally, i love this manga, and i think it really worths spending time to read

it's totally not mainstream at all, unpredictable plot twists, the battles ... well not as flashy as the other shounen mangas but still breath-taking. And yes, the plot has a lot of things that we have to brainstorm

the characters are all great and unique, especially the main characters - Junya and Ando, they have great character growth which i really enjoy.

Someone below says "they're just there to make the story flow. On the contrary, the assassins/hit-men are more of the type that appeal to me, and even the ones with read more
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EnWings
Jun 21, 2013
Maoh is one of those stories that had me hooked on the art alone. It begins simply, but quickly changes as new situations are brought to the table. It was fascinating to fallow the characters into the bizarre, and I mean bizarre as in inhuman powers, though not over done, and dabbling into the more dark side of humanity. Pretty quickly you start seeing the plot shift from dealing with bullies, and mean kids on the streets to something far more complex. A nation bullying their people, and what change is right, or what change is completely wrong. This one is very unique, both in read more
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kiataryu
Jun 23, 2013
Incredible story with a seriously unexpected plot twist in the middle.
Personally, the main characters do not really appeal to me. They're good, but they don't really stand out in the way the main character would stand out in other stories; they're just there to make the story flow. On the contrary, the assassins/hit-men are more of the type that appeal to me, and even the ones with no special powers are still awesome.
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Maou = a good manga ignored?
SaberSkye - Jul 8, 2009
12 replies by Lotustarou »»
May 12, 6:39 PM
Where can I read the whole thing?
daAmazinFatB0y - Feb 14, 2015
2 replies by daAmazinFatB0y »»
Feb 16, 2015 7:58 PM