Interviews with Monster Girls

Alt titles: Demi chan wa Kataritai, Demi-chan wa Kataritai

Interviews with Monster Girls Episode 2 - Dullahan-chan Wants to Be Coddled

Machi Kyouko is a dullahan, a demi-human with roots in Irish legend whose head and body are separate, and one of only three of her kind in the whole world. One day, she stays after school to talk to Tetsuo about herself. She explains that dullahan have unique problems of their own, and also asks a favor of him...

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Episode 1

Takahashi Tetsuo Wants an Interview

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Episode 2

Dullahan-chan Wants to Be Coddled

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Episode 3

Succubus-san Is a Real Adult

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Episode 4

Takahashi Tetsuo Wants to Protect

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Episode 5

Snow Woman-chan Is Cold

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Episode 6

The Takanashi Sisters Are Undeniable

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Episode 7

Succubus-san Is Inquisitive

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Episode 8

Demi-chans Want to Learn

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Episode 9

Demi-chans Want to Try

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Episode 10

The Dullahan Surpasses Space-Time

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Episode 11

Demi-chans Want to Support

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Episode 12

Demi-chans Want to Swim

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Ritslou Ritslou says

Both are supernatural comedies focused on girls, I'm a big fan of cute girls doing cute things and school girl comedies. They have their separate charms from one another.  

Gabriel dropout is more of a sitcom about angels and demons. The characters are amazing and funny, each of them have  unique personalities.  An angel that's a slob and shut in, a demon that cares about people and does the right thing, another angel that's a sadist and is always trying to embarrass others for her own amusement, and another demon that's determined to be as mischievous as possible and determined to be the queen of Hell. I keep coming back for more laughs.

Interviews with monster girls is more like a slice of life comedy. It has a warmer tone and focuses more on friendships. There's some good puns and funny situations for the comedy fans. Personally I like the warmth of this anime and the comedy is icing on the cake. It's also more of the cute girls doing cute things genre and if you like that then this is definitely a watch.

If you liked one give the other a chance they both have their charms.

FullmetalDragon FullmetalDragon says

Gabriel Dropout and Demi-chan are both high school comedies focusing on girls that are not quite human. They're both very funny, so if you like one, you'll probably like the other too.

alp2va alp2va says

Both are slice-of-life-esque comedies centered around non-human high school girls. The main cast in both are incredably likable and funny. Interviews with Monster Girls focuses more on the lore of the world while Gabriel Dropout is mostly just a series of disjointed misadventures.

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tshohio58 tshohio58 says

Both are slice of life shows centered around a protaganist who interacts with non human character. 

monster musume is much more risque and stresses the comedy aspect and has a strong harem theme. 

interview with monster girls is more into character development and a more restrained approach to attraction between the characters in line with the age of cast.

YariMari YariMari says

Both animes are slice-of-life monster girl anime with interesting characters and some atypical monsters. Interview with monster girls is a lot tamer than monster musume, and has some drama elements to it - while monster musume is ecchi-extreme and comedy-centered. I enjoyed both of them and if you liked one, then you'll probably like the other.

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chii chii says

Both shows are about cute monster girls in school having cute adventures with each other and their classmates/teachers. Check em out.

AngelBeatsYui AngelBeatsYui says

These two anime focus on the daily lives of monster girls in a normal looking situation, school. They explore what it's like to be a 'monster' through the characters and short comedic stories. Both have a similar art style (cute girls) and explore similar things. So if you enjoyed one you should check out the other.