Do you think that Iruma will turn green and rip off his shirt now that he’s mad? Is he going to go on an “Iruma Smash!” rampage that’s just as bad as the three summoned magical beasts? I’m kidding, of course. I just couldn’t help but think of the Incredible Hulk after Iruma ended Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15 with “I’m mad!” It’s a new emotion from him. Let’s see where Demon School takes us with it.
One thing to note before we really get into this review, I intended on having pictures placed at different intervals to break up the text. Unfortunately, Crunchyroll decided to not work around the time that I’m writing this. It’s possible I’ll edit them in later but that might not happen. If not, sorry for the lack of visuals.
Where can I watch Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15?
The short answer is Crunchyroll. They’re the official site for airing new episodes of this anime. It’s where I found Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun to begin with so it’s where I’m going to keep watching. Crunchyroll airs new episodes every Saturday morning around 7:30 AM EST.
Besides Crunchyroll, there are a couple of sites that have Demon School available to stream but get their content courtesy of the aforementioned streaming service. The one that I found that had episode 15 was VRV. As you’d expect, VRV requires you to have a subscription to watch the most recent episodes. In my opinion, if you’re going to get a subscription why not just get one at Crunchyroll?
It’s up to you on where you want to go to watch Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15. If you check out VRV and it has enough unique content that you enjoy, then by all means get a subscription there over Crunchyroll. If it doesn’t, I don’t see the point in subscribing to a site that relies on another streaming site for its content.
What did you think of the story in Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15?
There were definitely things about Demon School episode 15 that I liked, but there were also a few things that I didn’t like. Overall I think the story was good, I just wished that less time was spent on the humor aspect of the anime. There’s only so many times that Kalego’s team can run away from its magic beast before I want to see something else.
To my surprise, Kalego’s team comprises most of the episode. I would’ve thought that we would see Iruma a little bit more than we did. Either that or one of the chaperones would’ve already decimated one of the summons. Personally I would’ve wished it was Opera that got to show off. It looks like that might be next episode though.
Since Kalego’s team took the lead, how’d they do?
In some respects watching Kalego’s team was entertaining. Kalego was so nonchalant about the ordeal that he bordered on negligent. I actually got the feeling that he was enjoying watching his students nearly die at the hands of the magical beast. It was obvious that he wasn’t having fun before this. Now Kalego appears to be in his element.
I appreciated the humor of watching this group try to confront the magical beast, but at some point it becomes overkill. Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15 needs to let the viewers’ imagination do some of the work. Let me see what’s going on in other parts of the park!
What was happening in the rest of the park?
In the prison, we got to see a fairly standard jailbreak. The Six Fingers are stronger than even the most fearsome of the guards. The staff is getting completely overwhelmed by the escaping convicts. You know, the usual. I’m sure this is leading up to a reunion for Iruma and Amy Kiriwo. It’ll be interesting to see an angry Iruma come face-to-face with his senpai again.
Speaking of Iruma and his group, they managed to escape harm thanks to Agares and his ability to manipulate the ground. He also can sense abnormalities in the soil as well. Agares’s ability tipped off Iruma’s group to the danger of the magical beasts and Agares was able to put up a protective barrier just in time.
From here, Iruma just had to witness the place he found such joy in get demolished. He also had to sit by and watch as other demons refused to assist a group of demon children who were in need. All of this built up to Iruma’s words of “I’m mad” at the end of Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15.
What did Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15 get right?
Like I said before, I did enjoy some of the humor with Kalego’s group. The fact that Kalego is using this emergency as a teaching opportunity fits in with his sadistic nature. It also looks like there will be some sort of meaningful growth from his group. We’ll have to wait and see though.
I also believe that Iruma’s change in mood will be good to see as well. At the beginning of Demon School season 2 we were treated to evil Iruma. It was a nice change of pace because good Iruma was starting to get stale. How many times can the same character get out of crazy situations with a smile on his face? Some variation is necessary.
Now that we’re about to see mad Iruma I’ve got something else to look forward to. How will his view of others change? What will Iruma do as a result of his new feelings? Will mad Iruma stand up well compared to evil Iruma? Now I’m curious, and that will keep me coming back to see more!
What did Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15 get wrong?
You can probably guess what I’m going to put in this section already. I think Demon School episode 15 focused a little too much on Kalego’s team. Their humor quickly ran its course. There’s only so much time that can be spent on characters freaking out because they almost died before it gets old.
The omission of the group with Ameri, Clara and Opera I think was also a negative. From the preview for Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 16 I think they’ll be the focus, but I would’ve liked to see their group at least once. If anything it would be nice to know they’re still out there.
Is Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15 worth watching?
Yes, Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15 is worth watching. I can’t say that it’s my favorite anime episode of the season, but it’s important to the story of Demon School. I’ll say this though, if you’re not a fan of an anime like this then you won’t want to watch this episode. There’s a silly side to Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun that is probably not for everyone. I enjoy it as a alternate to the normal stuff I watch.
Looking at the episode as a whole, Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 15 is meant to build up anticipation for what’s to come. Obviously these three magical beasts are going to have to be dealt with. I’d be shocked if they weren’t defeated by the members of the Misfit Class that are at Walter Park. Now we just have to wait for it to happen.
Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 16 preview
Thankfully I don’t think we’ll have to wait too long. From what I can remember from the preview, Opera and Ameri are going to take it to the rat-looking magical beast. Since Crunchyroll is down for me I can’t go back and refresh my memory on exactly what the preview showed us. Thanks Crunchyroll!
From what I can remember from the preview, Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun season 2 episode 16 should have most of its time devoted to Opera and Ameri. I’m not sure just how much we’ll see from Iruma since his declaration of “I’m mad” but there should be something. I’m just excited to see that someone competent will be taking on the monsters ravaging the park! Hopefully Crunchyroll will have their act together by then.
Now go watch some anime!