Fragglepuss Review 90: Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls / Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou


Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls / Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou

Review By: John Fragglepuss Evans

Genre: Comedy, Ecchi, Fantasy, Romance, Harem, Monsters, Dating

First Aired: Summer 2015, 12 episodes

Summary: The recent “Cultural Exchange Between Species Act,” is attempting to assimilate various monsters into society. What type of monsters you ask? Anything from snakes to centaurs to harpies to slimes. To clarify, the monsters are generally half-human half-monster.

When a seemingly normal human named Kurusu Kimihito is inducted as a volunteer into the government monster exchange program, his world changes forever. A snake-human lamia named Miia comes to live with him through the exchange program, and it is Kurusu’s job to take care of her, making sure she integrates into everyday life. The problem is that Miia is a sexy, beautiful snake-human, and there is a law against interspecies breeding. As if that is not enough, a centaur and a harpy move in, further complicating the situation. Sound like the makings of a harem anyone?

Monster Musume knows exactly what it is. It is a non-apologetic comedy, ecchi, harem. There are sexual innuendos throughout each episode, so if that is your thing, you will love this anime. The various monsters introduced throughout the season are enjoyable and keep the anime fresh. There is a fantastical new half human-half monster introduced in practically every episode. As you might imagine, pretty much every monster pines for Kurusu’s attention, all with their own intent. Some want to marry Kurusu, while others have something more carnal in mind.

You might enjoy this if: You are way into harems and want to watch one with a strange twist. After all, it is a group of half-monster half-humans going after poor Kurusu.

You might not like it if: You do not want to watch an anime full of sexual innuendos, as they are fairly constant and thinly veiled.

Note to the Viewer: You will know by the end of the first episode of this anime is for you.

As for the AMV, I really wanted to have one on here, but every Monster Musume AMV is WAY too provocative…That should give you a good idea of how much sexy content is in this anime. You have been warned!



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3 Responses to Fragglepuss Review 90: Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls / Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou

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  3. Luke Lamia says:

    I find that my favorite type of anime is comedy, monster musume falls into a comedy for me. The characters are over the top, the core consept is super silly, and all the situations make me laugh. When your a cynical nerd like me it’s nice to watch something that knows it’s dumb rather then watch something that’s dumb but tries to act smart.


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