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Review: Monster Musume

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Ep/Vols:
12
Vintage:
2015
Other Names:
Daily Life Living With Monsters
Genres:
Ecchi, Harem, Romance
Type:
Anime (TV)
Rating:

Reviewer:
AH, WHAT IS THIS?! A HAREM *ONLY* USING MONSTER GIRLS?! JAPAN, STOP. This is probably the most common reaction I've seen about this show. I mean, I kind of saw a show like this coming... I don't know what the big deal is.

Hello everyone! Today I'm talking about Monster Musume. What's that I hear? People whinning about an anime with monsters is gross even though they haven't watched it?

Yeah, so this little gem of an anime is based around a young gent called Kimihito Kurusu, a man who also has an extremely bad case of chibi face. So Kurusu here got random stuck in a situation where he has to take care of a Lamia (A demi human that is half snake half human) named Mio.

Now, Mio really likes Kurusu, which is all fine and dandy till they introduce all the other demi humans into his house, AND to put the icing on the cake, he has to marry only ONE of them. So, there's nothing wrong with the cookie cutter plot, nothing wrong with fan service, heck, I don't even mind the monsters in this show. I think it's a pretty cool idea, but most people are turned off by this show because of all the fan service done by the monsters, and this happens a lot, basically the plot just has the word "Bust" on the paper.

Uhhh, I honestly wouldn't say I hate this show, but if you like monsters, you can try it out. I mean, it's only 12 episodes, you could binge watch that on the weekend.
Other than that, I just found it's pretty cookie cutter for a harem/romance anime in 2015.

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