Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou Manga
- This manga is a very interesting one, it’s filled with humor, is fairly action-packed and shows plenty of adventure in every chapter. There is also plenty of detail in the artwork, looking very nice deep, but can sometimes look blurry also and jagged. As for being an ecchi manga, its clearly shown in just about every chapter and is shown very often, there are also many ecchi scenes can be seen throughout the entire series. In each volume, a new monster girl is introduced to live with Kimihito. Each one has a quick, yet mostly brief introduction as well.
- This manga is very fun to read, it’s very humorous, outgoing, and overall unique. This manga is recommended for anyone who enjoys comedy, fantasy, and romance along with a slice of life.
Monster Musume (Japanese: モンスター娘のいる日常 Hepburn: Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou Manga, “Everyday Life with Monster Girls”) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Okayado.The show is released in Japan by Tokuma Shoten in their Monthly Comic Ryū magazine and by Seven Seas Entertainment in the United States, with the chapters collected and reprinted into ten tankōbon volumes to date. An anime version aired between September 2015 and July, and was licensed by Sentai Filmworks under the title Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou Manga: Everyday Life with Monster Girls. A PC game based on the series was released in December 2015.
The storyline of Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou Manga revolves around Kimihito Kurusu, a Japanese student whose life is thrown into turmoil after accidentally becoming involved with the “Interspecies Cultural Exchange” plan.
For years, the Japanese government has kept a secret: mythical creatures including centaurs, harpies, and lamias are real. Three years before the start of the narrative, the government revealed the existence of these creatures and passed a legal bill, the “Interspecies Cultural Exchange Act”. Ever since then, these creatures, known as “liminals,” have become a part of human society, dwelling with average families like foreign exchange students and au pair visitors, but with other duties and restrictions (the main constraint being that liminals and humans are prohibited from harming each other).
Kimihito Kurusu didn’t volunteer for the exchange system, but when Ms. Smith delivered the really afraid and embarrassed Miia to his door by mistake, he didn’t have the heart to send her away and they started living together. Kimihito meets and gives refuge to other female liminals, each of an alternative species as the story continues. Some arrive more or less by accident, some are forced upon him by Ms. Smith, or force themselves in, and it doesn’t take long for him to find himself in a frantic surroundings where he struggles to live in harmony with his new housemates while dealing with both their continuous progress and the plays of helping them get along in the human world. The situation takes on a fresh turn after he is told that as a test case, he is expected, because of anticipated changes in the law dealing with human- relationships that are liminal, to wed one of the girls, consequently raising their competition for his focus.