Monster Musume is a Japanese origin manga series. It is written and illustrated by Okayado. The manga series is published by Tokuma Shoten in their magazine titled Monthly Comic Ryu. In North America, the licensing rights to Monster Musume are owned by Seven Seas Entertainment. The manga series was first published on 19 March in the year 2021 and it consists of 17 volumes. Monster Musume focuses on the story of its protagonist Kimihito Kurusu, a Japanese high school student, whose life is turned upside down when she gets involved with the “Interspecies Cultural Exchange” program.
Monster Musume manga series was then adapted into an anime television series which was directed by Tatsuya Yoshihara and written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu. The anime series is titled Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls. It premiered on 7 July in the year 2015 and ended on 22 September in the year 2015 and consists of 12 episodes. The music for the series is provided by Hiroaki Tsutsumi. It was broadcast by Lerche Studios in Japan. In Australia, Hanabee holds the licensing rights to the Monster Musume anime series. In North America, the licensing rights to the series are owned by Sentai Filmworks and in the United Kingdom, the licensing rights are owned by MVM Films. The anime series was broadcast in Japan on several network channels such as AT-X, Sun TV, KBS, Tokyo MX, and BS11.
Monster Musume Season 2 Release Date
It is not possible to determine the release date for season two of Monster Musume since the anime series has not yet been officially renewed for a second season.
|Monster Musume Season 1 Release Date||12 August 2015|
|Monster Musume Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
Monster Musume Season 2 Story
The storyline for season 2 of Monster Musume is not known since the show has not been renewed for a new season.
Monster Musume Season 1 Recap
The Japanese government has harbored a secret for many years, that the existence of mythical creatures such as mermaids, centaurs, lamias, and harpies, is in fact real. Three years before the events of Monster Musume take place, the Japanese government reveals the existence of these mythical creatures to the public and pass the “Interspecies Cultural Exchange Act”. After passing this Act, these creatures which are also referred to as “liminals”, are gradually integrated into human society and co-exist in peace with human beings. However, the Act forbids the liminals and humans from causing harm to each other.
In the region of Asaka, Saitama, high school student Kimihito Kurusu has not participated in this exchange program. One day, Kuroko Smith delivers a scared liminal named Mila on Kimihito’s doorstep by mistake. However, Kimihito does not have the heart to send Mila away, so he keeps her at his house and they live together. As the story progresses, Kimihito starts giving shelter to more female liminals. These liminals either arrive at his house by mistake or they force themselves in. Sometimes Smith delivers the liminals at Kimihito’s house. The increasing number of liminals at his house proves to be hectic for Kimihito as he struggles to keep up with his new housemates and their increasing demands. The story takes a new twist when it is announced by the government that the humans are expected to marry one of the liminals, thereby resulting in liminals competing for his attention which annoys Kimihito.
Monster Musume Season 1 Characters
The lead character of Monster Musume is Kimihito Kurusu who is an average Japanese student living a normal life which is turned upside down when his house is slowly filled with female liminals who constantly vie for his attention. He is portrayed as a calm and respectful character who is quite skilled at household chores. Although he is annoyed by the female liminals’ constant attention, he still makes sure that his guests are well taken care of. The character of Kimihito is voiced by Junji Majima. Another main character is Miia, who is the first liminal to enter Kimihito’s house. Miia is part woman and part snake. The character is voiced by Sora Amamiya. Other liminals that are staying at Kimihito’s house include Papi (voiced by Ari Ozawa), Cerea (voiced by Natsuki Aikawa), Suu (voiced by Mayuka Nomura), Mero (voiced by Haruka Yamazaki), and Rachnee ( voiced by Sakura Nakamura).
Monster Musume Season 2 Trailer
The trailer for season 2 of Monster Musume has not been released since the show has not been renewed for a second season.
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