Interviews with Monster Girls

Alt title: Demi-chan wa Kataritai

TV (12 eps)
4.224 out of 5 from 8,863 votes
Rank #701

Succubi, dullahans, snow women and vampires... We're a little different from humans and called "demi-humans." Lately, we've been called "demis." This is a stimulating and heartful school demi-human comedy featuring those very unique "demis" and a high school teacher named Takahashi Tetsuo, who's highly interested in learning more about their daily lives and habits.

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Takahashi Tetsuo Wants an Interview

Episode 1

Takahashi Tetsuo Wants an Interview

Dullahan-chan Wants to Be Coddled

Episode 2

Dullahan-chan Wants to Be Coddled

Succubus-san Is a Real Adult

Episode 3

Succubus-san Is a Real Adult

Takahashi Tetsuo Wants to Protect

Episode 4

Takahashi Tetsuo Wants to Protect

Snow Woman-chan Is Cold

Episode 5

Snow Woman-chan Is Cold

The Takanashi Sisters Are Undeniable

Episode 6

The Takanashi Sisters Are Undeniable

Succubus-san Is Inquisitive

Episode 7

Succubus-san Is Inquisitive

Demi-chans Want to Learn

Episode 8

Demi-chans Want to Learn

Demi-chans Want to Try

Episode 9

Demi-chans Want to Try

The Dullahan Surpasses Space-Time

Episode 10

The Dullahan Surpasses Space-Time

Demi-chans Want to Support

Episode 11

Demi-chans Want to Support

Demi-chans Want to Swim

Episode 12

Demi-chans Want to Swim

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HKBattosai
8.4

Story:  8/10 Simple, sweet, and with a touch of unique. In following with the same “unique” twist of my own, the secondary premise is about a world where both humans and nonhumans (i.e. vampires, succubae, etc.), coexist together peacefully. There are only a select few nonhumans, or demi-humans (D-humans) in the world, but what adds a flavor of intrigue is the fact that a normal human couple can randomly create and give birth to a D-human baby. It sounds unorthodox, but it’s a rather interesting and different twist on D-humans. The main premise is about a high school teacher named Tetsuo “Teach” Takahashi and his fascination and overall goodwill towards D-humans. He yearns to study them, learn from them, and inevitably help them to live regular lives among all other human beings in society. This story is about his and four D-humans’ journeys through the trials and tribulations of everyday life. Animation:  5/10 First off, the animation itself is slightly above average (6/10) with the art aspect of it being the weaker of the two (4/10). Now that’s not to say that it is utterly unbearable to watch because that is certainly not the case. In fact, the look of the anime is still appealing due to the atmosphere and premise of the storyline. However, A-1 Pictures has fairly good size budgets and typically produces a higher quality product in terms of art and animation (i.e. Black Butler or GATE). So that is part of the reason why it scores as low as it does. Sound:  7/10 Everything is above average here, including OP, ED, and in-episode music; nothing to memorable, but nothing unenjoyable either. Characters:  9/10 Here is where the anime’s sweet spot truly is. The main cast of Teach, Hikari, Ms. Satou, Kyouko, and Yuki are splendid! To simplify: Teach – He is one of the best teachers I’ve come across in anime Hikari – Funny, mischievous, cute, and all-around good-hearted D-human Ms. Satou (Sakie) – She is very reserved and in control, but is super-hot and certainly does have a wild side, especially towards Teach; a high school jumpsuit has never looked so damn good Kyouko (Machi) – Super smart and a well-spoken student with an excellent physique, even for a dullahan Yuki – Reserved snow-girl who happens to be likeable and insightful There is so much more to each of these characters, but only through watching it can someone truly experience them fully. Lastly, many of the other characters, such as Himari (Hikari’s twin, human sister) and the Vice-Principal do a quality job of rounding out the cast. Overall:  42/50 Anyone looking for a quality, light-hearted anime, then look no further than Interviews with Monster Girls. The story is fun and sweet and the characters are a pure joy to watch. Just like last year’s viewing and review of Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches in January, this has the potential of being the best anime of the year for me. If not, it’s still going to be one of my best viewings for the 2020 year! Entertainment Score:  9/10 Achievement Score:  +4 to Overall My expectations were Moderate, and it delivered Above those expectations. Age Rating:  TV-6+ (Some minor trivial issues, but most of the concepts young children wouldn't get) Additional Information: Video Format:  Blu-ray (2018) Audio Format:  English Dolby TrueHD 5.1 Publisher:  FUNimation Equipment Used:  LG 60UH6550 4K TV, Vizio 5.1 Sound Bar System SB3651-E6, Sony Blu-ray Player BDP-S5200

EdtheRadical
7

Dropped after 6 episodes - Not necessarily a bad show. Just didn't interest me enough at the time.  Story The first thing to say is that the initial premise of a high school teacher interviewing "monster" girls rings of weirdness. The first 6 episodes definitely didn't cross any boundaries. This is a slice of life which sheds life into the challenges people who are not the "norm" can face.   A world which accommodates for supernatural beings. (e.g. vampires, succubis etc.). For some reason 4 such supernatural girls happen to be at the same school, where the biology teacher has been dying to meet such demi-humans. These demi-humans understandably must try fit into world which is not made for them. The story follows the challenges they face as they are guided by there biology teacher.   The main flaw with the story is the pacing. At times there is just too much dialogue about somewhat meaningless things and the show feels to move very slowly or not at all. Others might find this relaxing. The other annoying think about the show which made me drop it was the harem element. All the demi-human girls have crush on Mr Biology teacher. Although, (at least in the first 6 eps) it is quite clear that their feelings are not reciprocated by the teacher i found it quite annoying rather than funny.  Animation The animation was nice as expected for work by A1 studio. Characters  The main characters of the stories are the demi-humans and their biology teacher. Each of the monster girls not surprisingly have insecurities about their identity. This promies to ample character development opportunity as they learn to deal with their concerns.  The demi-humans also do have interesting characters but unfortunately this overshadowed at time by the fact that they all seem to obsess about Mr Biology teacher.  Overall The premise for this show is not bad. Its a relaxing slice of life show which you may enjoy if you don't mind the slow pacing and occasional harem moments in the show.  Dropped after 6 episodes Story The first thing to say is that the initial premise of a high school teacher interviewing "monster" girls rings of weirdness. The first 6 episodes definitely didn't cross any boundaries. This is a slice of life which sheds life into the challenges people who are not the "norm" can face.   A world which accommodates for supernatural beings. (e.g. vampires, succubis etc.). For some reason 4 such supernatural girls happen to be at the same school, where the biology teacher has been dying to meet such demi-humans. These demi-humans understandably must try fit into world which is not made for them. The story follows the challenges they face as they are guided by there biology teacher.   The main flaw with the story is the pacing. At times there is just too much dialogue about somewhat meaningless things and the show feels to move very slowly or not at all. Others might find this relaxing. The other annoying think about the show which made me drop it was the harem element. All the demi-human girls have crush on Mr Biology teacher. Although, (at least in the first 6 eps) it is quite clear that their feelings are not reciprocated by the teacher i found it quite annoying rather than funny.  Animation The animation was nice as expected for work by A1 studio. Characters  The main characters of the stories are the demi-humans and their biology teacher. Each of the monster girls not surprisingly have insecurities about their identity. This promies to ample character development opportunity as they learn to deal with their concerns.  The demi-humans also do have interesting characters but unfortunately this overshadowed at time by the fact that they all seem to obsess about Mr Biology teacher.  Overall The premise for this show is not bad. Its a relaxing slice of life show which you may enjoy if you don't mind the slow pacing and occasional harem moments in the show. 

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