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Miu Sakurai, age 15, attends a Catholic school where she prays every day for her admired Shion Amamiya to return her love. When that doesn't work, she places her faith in a book of magic and tries casting one of its spells. However, it's not love that manifests... it's Satan! "The recompense for the contract to grant your wish is your virginity," he tells her, and this is Miu's virgin crisis!
Vol. 4, Story 2: Satanic Honey Malphas, who exists on Earth as Tsubasa, meets a young girl named Manami who has an unusual compassion for crows. She has two secrets which will transform Tsubasa's reasons for wanting to mature into a full demon...
Vol. 4, Story 3: Satanic Cohabitation The continued adventures of Miu and Satan. Baal, who desires Satan's place as the Lord of Hell, kidnaps Miu to use as Satan-bait. But complications arise when Baal looks for the aspect of Miu that would attract a high-level demon... and finds it!
处女危机 悪魔なエロス 悪魔なエロス ｖｉｒｇｉｎ ｃｒｉｓｉｓ Akuma na Eros - Virgin Crisis Satanic Eros - Virgin Crisis Satanic Honey Virgin Crisis
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A good Story
I havent read many of this mangaka's works but i gotta say this has gotta be one of her best works.
The other manga i read was ''Taboo'' and that dident really have a plot (although i did enjoy it) but this one was done goodly, if you ever want to read a love story with the devil involved with a human i suggest this one. Mayu managed to make this manga worth while without making Miu a mary sue (not much anyway.)
If you dont have any religon problems, want to see a hot devil, a cute romance story, and a happy ending then i suggest this manga for you.
Research is a Good Thing
Shinjo Mayu has almost no knowledge of Christianity whatsoever. Most of the time the religious aspects seem like they're only there to make the story more "edgy." If the author had set out to make a parody of "dark" shoujo cliches (and I use the work "dark" liberally), then this would have been a masterpiece.
As for the actual story, both of the main characters are extremely bland. The heroine, Miu Sakurai, is weak-willed school girl with no desires other than to be liked by the men around her. The devil on the other hand is not the devil of Christian mythology, but rather a lecherous, emo pretty boy with black wings whose biblical origins serve mainly as a point of angst and unnecessary drama. I'm not even going to go into St. Michael the Archangel.
At times the plot swings around and introduces inexplicable, out-of-nowhere situations as if it knows it's a shoujo manga and wants to cram in every cliche in the book. The result is a badly-paced, awkward mess.
However, if you're looking for a manga that's so bad it's good, then this might be for you. Then again it also might be so bad it's horrible. If you're looking for a truly "edgy" series that explores the darkness of heaven and hell, I'd recommend Kaori Yuki's Angel Sanctuary.
Oh my god this is most definately one of the worst mangas ever. The main characters are completely lame, and the manga does not actually get anywhere with this.. and do you honestly think getting laid (falling in love? please) with Satan is great? sigh.. oh my oh my, and I actually do like some of Shinjo Mayu's mangas but this was just.. lame. +I kinda thought satan was ugly
Simplistic and ridiculous, but a page-turner!
Oh gosh, this was so much an innocent-girl, dreamy romance despite the "wicked" Satan. I had fun!
Read it if you feel like peanuts and beer fluff shoujo instead of the typical candy and pop fluff shoujo--they're both cheap thrills, but one is salty and one is sweet. Don't look for meaningful character development, and enjoy the ride.
I find this story to be very unique. It isn't your typical shoujo manga though because well, you know why. Plus the story is kinda funny too. It might sound strange (for a christian like me) but I find the devil in this to be cool xD. I'll give it an 8/10 because the art is great (as always) and the characters are enjoyable to read.
If we ignore the laughable fact that both heaven and hell is fighting in a Japanese high school for the love of a random schoolgirl and just enjoy how hot Satan is, then this manga can be quite entertaining. I had fun reading it, yet even at the end I wished that random girl (Tsubasa) would have been less shallow.
I could have done without the smut, but I might not have read this story, for had the author not chosen and created it so. I think this story illustrates how you can still stay pure, not completely as pure as before, but if everything was pure, it would be too perfect, and there wouldn't be the balancing act that is humans. I found myself questioning my morals, but one thing that has helped is the thoughts that I've written above, but also, love is a normal thing. Even if I've only repeated what I've learned from this series and other experiences in life, it's how it's perceived, meaning it's what you think of it that matters to you.
first shinjo mayu
It was my first taste of the world of smut and now im completely addicted. I just thought it was a little weird reading I love Satan so many times. Other than that I have no complaints.
Smut at it's... mediocre?
The reason why I found this manga mediocre at the best, was probably due to the fact that my expectations were higher. I tend to enjoy plots with some elements from the oldest known fantasy book, so I thought I would enjoy a good story with some explicit heated action added. What I got was some explicit heated action with a little bit of story added, dragged out to four volumes.
The characters are mostly one-dimensional and quite boring, except for the rave-demon-boy, which actually saw some character development and was quite amusing. Then again the only person whose interpretation of the infamous biblical figure Lucifer I've found acceptable is Milton.
There are a lot of those "sudden appearances" and "sudden revelations" and though they are intended to be that way, they actually aren't that surprising.
Spoiler (highlight to view)
Yes of course the king of the underground would have a girlfriend that is demon. And the sudden "Hey, Lucifer, I'm actually an archangel, one of your worst enemies" did seem sudden, but predictable.
Overall, for some people there might be too much plot for it's genre, but for me there was just a bit too little. And the art was acceptable, for shoujo - probably more than so.
Akuma na Eros
This was one of the first shoujo stories I read when I first got into manga. The story tells the trials and tribulations of a Catholic schoolgirl who, in an effort to cast a spell on her crush, summons Satan. Later on, the story also involves Michael, the first angel from heaven.
One of the things that initially attracted me to this manga was the "taboo" play on christianity and religion, and because "Satan" was one of the better male leads Shinjou Mayu has come up with. The manga as a whole isn't anything groundbreaking, but it is one of the better works by Shinjou Mayu. The guy isn't obsessive, nor is he horny 24-7, and the girl isn't as clueless as other heroines (read - Love Celeb), plus the art is quite good. I'd recommend this to anyone who's a fan of shoujo, smut or romance, and who isn't sensitive to religion.