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Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls Review

UntitledMonster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls began airing in early July of 2015, wrapping up in September.  In this alternate reality, Japan has just revealed the existence of many non-human creatures such as centaurs, harpies, lamias and much more. The show follows Kimihito Kurusu a young man living alone while his parents travel abroad, who, through the lack of general competence and effort of Agent Smith of the interspecies exchange program, finds himself as the new host of the bizarre lamia girl, Miia. Not long after he finds himself surrounded all manner of beautiful exotic monster women who all share an undying love for their new host. Unfortunately for Kimihito, he will have to fight back the advances of his exotic harem, due to the fact that interspecies sexual exchanges are forbidden by law. The only loophole being marriage, thus starting the war to gain Kimihito’s affections and become his bride.

My Review: This anime was definitely interesting to watch. I thought the concept was pretty original, and the characters were certainly unique. In fact for what the show is it actually has a semi-decent story with surprisingly good pacing introducing each character fast enough to not let the show get stale but slow enough to get a decent idea of the personality of the previous character. The show is decently funny although it has a habit of repeating the same joke again and again. The show is a decent enough ecchi comedy a that is worth a watch is you have nothing else to watch. I personally would very much like to see a new season made but perhaps make the show a little bit more serious.

I rate this anime 3/5.

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2 Comments on Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls Review

  1. James Nguuen // June 29, 2017 at 2:00 am // Reply

    I was really hoping for a marriage at the end. I’m not sure about the ending but still it is a good anime. If he did marry someone I want it to be Mia.

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