I started watching The Devil is a Part-Timer!
It’s actually pretty hilarious. A demon lord from a parallel (medieval) universe accidentally gets stuck on modern-day Earth with one of his demon generals, and he has to learn to make a living so he gets a part-time job at a fast food restaurant (MgRonalds). They’re talking about the competing fast food restaurant that moved in next door and is stealing all the customers (Sentucky Fried Chicken). There’s also a coffee chain called Moonbucks.
The hero who nearly defeated him in battle back in their world followed the demon lord to vanquish him, but she got stuck there too and works in a call centre.
Heaven exists on Earth in a certain six tatami mat, second floor apartment
Lucifer- Hataraku Maou-sama!
Alrighty, I’ve come to the conclusion that if they want people to be afraid of Hell and Demons and stuff they’re gonna have to stop portraying them as this: You got Lucifer who is throwing a tantrum. The king of Hell Crowley, who is playing with a pin wheel. Sebastian is a demon who is petting a kitten. Two Demons, Dantalion and Sytry fighting over William. And Satan’s sons, Amaimon chomping on whatever that is and Mephisto crying. Plus Wolfram is the son of a Demon Queen and King and he’s sassy as hell, not to mention jealous. Then you have Lucifer jumping like a little kid to reach what he can’t have. Then You have Satan dancing around excitedly to go to work for a Mcronalds.
So if people are supposed to be terrified of going to Hell and spending eternity with Lucifer and demons and stuff. Maybe don’t make them the most adorable looking things ever. Because then instead of someone saying, “You’re going to Hell!”
"Oh no! This is terrible!"
The reaction would turn into:
"Oh no…whatever shall I do down there….oh wait a second."
That awkward moment when Lucifer is the most relatable character in a show 0_0