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2017 Anime: Demi-chan wa Kataritai (Interviews with Monster girls)

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grayfox123    136
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Title of anime: Demi-chan wa Kataritai (Interviews with Monster girls)

 

What is it about: Exactly what it says on the tin! (and no, it is not a harem anime, by the way).

 

Testuo Takahashi is a biology teacher at your typical Japansese high school. He wants to do research into demi-humans...who have begun to get accepted more into human society. Problem is...he cannot find any who is willing to be the subject of research (and it is difficult to find them, as most of them look normal)...until he finds three new demi-humans in his school!

 

Takanashi Hikari, a rather manic-pixie dream girl type vampire( who drinks blood, but only from bloodpacks, and has a twin sister who is ''normal).

Machi Kyouko, a dullahan (her head is not attached to her body; she carries it around.American readers will recall the Legend of Ichabod Crane...which featured a dullahan).

Kusakabe Yuki, a rather introverted snowwoman(yukionna).

 

And a new teacher has joined the staff, Sato Sakie, a succubus (who , because she can induce erotic dreams in others by just sleeping in their vicinity has to live alone...as far from human contact as possible).

 

Thus, the anime...which is beasically adventures in research....involving monster girls....or demis.

 

Is the anime good? Definetly!

 

What I like about the anime is the way it explores the demi-humans, and how their abilities, or disabilities, or quirks affects them and the world around them. Most of the time it is done in a fun and respectable way...with little in the way of ecchi (Sorry Monster Musume fans!). 

 

Another lovely thing about the anime is the fact that the demis...the students naturally, can come to Mr Takahashi with any of their problems , and talk to him about it. There is a scene in the anime where Takahashi-sensei comes across Yuki-chan crying because she overheard two girls saying nasty things about her. He just doesnot say anything...just gives her a hug...and that is the catalyst for Yuki to start talking about her problems more fully.

 

Also thumbs up for the friendship between the three student demis too!...and the lovely sister bonds between Hikari and her sister Himari (despite the fact that they do fight).

 

All in all, a great anime..and one of the best for this Winter 2017. You must watch it. Funimation is dubbing it into English by the way.

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Sugoi    47
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2 hours ago, grayfox123 said:

...Most of the time it is done in a fun and respectable way...with little in the way of ecchi (Sorry Monster Musume fans!).

As Monster Musume fan I don't mind that at all. It's great to see this kind of series revolving around the monster girl theme.

 

Would love to see " Dr. Hitomi's Infirmary" animated as well.

 

 

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