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The High School DxD manga series, illustrated by Hiroji Mishima, began serialization in the July 2010 issue of Fujimi Shobo's Dragon Magazine. Following the third chapter, the manga began regular monthly serialization in Monthly Dragon Age. The first volume of the manga was published by Fujimi Shobo on June 9, 2011, under their Dragon Comics Age imprint. As of April 9, 2014, there are six volumes published.

The manga also has a side-story adaptation, called High School DxD: Asia and Koneko's Secret Contracts!? (ハイスクールD×D アーシア&小猫 ヒミツのけいやく!? Haisukūru DxD: Āshia ando Koneko Himitsu no Keiyaku!?). Taking place after chapter 10 of the main manga, it centers around Asia Argento's first duties as a Devil, with Koneko aiding her. The manga was illustrated by manga artist Hiroichi, and was serialized in Monthly Dragon Age from the October 2011 issue (released on September 9, 2011) to the April 2012 issue (released on March 9, 2012). It was later released as a tankōbon volume on March 9, 2012.

A second spin-off series, titled High School DxD: The Work of a Devil (ハイスクールD×D アクマのおしごと Haisukūru Dī Dī: Akuma no Oshigoto), began in the April issue of Monthly Dragon Age. Illustrated by SODA, it adapts the short stories found in the light novels.

List of Manga VolumesEdit

No. Cover ISBN Release Date
01
Highschool DxD v01 000
ISBN 978-4-04-712733-3 (Japan)
ISBN 978-0-316-40736-6 (U.S)
June 9, 2011 (Japan)[1]
May 27, 2014 (U.S)
02
Highschool DxD v02 000
ISBN 978-4-04-712767-8 (Japan)
ISBN 978-0-316-37682-2 (U.S)
December 9, 2011 (Japan)[2]
August 26, 2014 (U.S)
03
DxD Manga Vol. 3 Cover
ISBN 978-4-04-712814-9 (Japan)
ISBN 978-0-316-33482-2 (U.S)
July 9, 2012 (Japan)[3]
November 18, 2014 (U.S)
04
DxD manga volume 4
ISBN 978-4-04-712852-1 (Japan)
ISBN 978-0-316-37682-2 (U.S)
January 9, 2013 (Japan)[4]
February 15, 2015 (U.S)
05
DxD Manga Volume 5
ISBN 978-4-04-712900-9 (Japan)
ISBN 978-0-316-25884-5 (U.S)
September 9, 2013 (Japan)[5]
May 19, 2015 (U.S)
06
DxD Manga Volume 6
ISBN 978-4-04-070080-9 (Japan)
ISBN 978-0-31-629854-4 (U.S)
April 9, 2014 (Japan)[6]
August 18, 2015 (U.S)
07
DxD Manga Volume 7
ISBN 978-4-04-070457-9 (Japan)
ISBN 978-0-31-630946-2 (U.S)
December 9, 2014 (Japan)[7]
November 17, 2015 (U.S)
08
DxD Manga Volume 8
ISBN 978-4-04-070597-2 (Japan)
ISBN 978-0-31-631496-1 (U.S)
August 8, 2015 (Japan)
April 26, 2016 (U.S)
09
Manga vol 9 cover
May 9, 2016 (Japan)

Chapters not in tankōbon formatEdit

Chapters that have yet to be put in a tankōbon volume. The chapters are serialized monthly in Monthly Dragon Age.

List of Side-Story Adaptation VolumesEdit

No. Cover ISBN Release Date
01
High School DxD Asia and Koneko's Secret Contracts!vol1
ISBN 978-4-04-712785-2 March 9, 2012[8]

List of Short-Story Adaptation VolumesEdit

No. Cover ISBN Release Date
01
High School DxD The Work of a Devil Vol.1
ISBN 978-4-04-712898-9 September 9, 2013[9]

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