Makoto has long been ostracized because of his odd hobbies and a sexual kink others would see as disgusting. One day he finds a book on summoning demons and manages to summon the intimidatingly beautiful and rather chatty Archduke J. The demon offers to grant Makoto’s deepest twisted desire in exchange for his life. Once Makoto has sated his demented appetites, he fulfills his end of the bargain, only to find he’s been reborn as a monster…in hell!
MADK is not everybody's cup of tea - the list of trigger warnings includes the graphic depiction of cannibalism, sexual content involving a highschool student, rape, NTR, forced prostitution, murder, body horror, mutilation... Take those warnings seriously. Everybody in MADK, including the main character Makoto, is a DEPLORABLE person. The readers follow Makoto's transformation from a human highschool student restrained by sociatal expectations into a truely unscrupulous demon. The demons surrounding Makoto actively nurture his worst secret inclinations to mature into full-fledged desires he acts upon. Despite my initial expectations, it is not only J who grooms Makoto into a demon. He is surprisingly absent in most of his developement and leaves the "breaking in" to other demons. J is more comparable to a driving force behind the scenes.Don't expect romance, tenderness or anything resembling love between Makoto and J. Any perceived weakness will be exploited within demonic society and will lead to a character's downfall. If you enjoy immersing yourself in an alternate reality exploring a dominance-based society and have some fucked up kinks, MADK is a fantastic manga for you. If you think your reading reflects your morality... then stay away.
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