What happens when the hero arrives at the castle of the king of the demons and knows that they wouldn't be able to defeat it? She cries and is comforted by the king of demons himself!
The problem with having this type of dotey-dotey manga mixed with this type of premise is that it doesn't show any of the negative stuff the demon army does. As a result, the demon characters don't feel like they have any nuance or understandable motives for fighting against the humans. Also, for being chief of the demon army, Hyudooru doesn't seem to spend any time actually leading or giving orders and we see more maids than soldiers. We don't even see any variety in the demons' responses to Rene, the human hero. All of them feel sorry for feir unfortunate circumstances and want to care for fem. None of them are scared of fem. None of them resent fem for being a human, even though I'm sure quite a few demons have had their families and friends killed by humans. It's all just very accepting and loving, which also means that it's very shallow and unengaging. But the art can be sorta cute. Though I should mention that while I'm fine with many of the side characters' designs, I dislike the designs for both Hyudooru and Rene, the two main characters. I really don't care what happens next. They could never release another chapter and I wouldn't feel like I was missing out on anything. [Reviewed at chapter 18]
This is more of a slice of life type manga only targetted at shoujo audience. The art is normal for a slice of life and chapters are very short. Characters are your usual demon lord and his minions. Only read this if you want a slice of life fantasy manga set in the demon king castle.
Story about a depressed low self esteem hero and demon lord, simple enough. I mean, it's all in the title, you literally get what you sign up for. You really shouldn't expect much from this industry with that in mind. Manga and anime just happens to be one of the few things in this world where you can judge a book by it's cover. It's literally in the title, and for those that don't read moon runes or can't comprehend, well that's on you lmfao, filtered+ratioed+illiterate. Overanalyzing seems to be a common issue with the youth, enjoy it for what it is.