Hey Damian Trypp again
Here with a manga review that I decided to review the series as a whole as I’m up to date on all the volumes thus far and I don’t have the patience to go back and read each one again and do individual reviews. I hope to get back to the books again soon but for now it’s time to bunker down kiddos cause winter is bearing down it’s teeth.
Monsters―they’re real, and they want to date us! Three years ago, the world learned that harpies, centaurs, catgirls, and all manners of fabulous creatures are not merely fiction; they are flesh and blood―not to mention scale, feather, horn, and fang. Thanks to the “Cultural Exchange Between Species Act,” these once-mythical creatures have assimilated into society, or at least, they’re trying.
When a hapless human teenager named Kurusu Kimihito is inducted as a “volunteer” into the government exchange program, his world is turned upside down. A snake-like lamia named Miia comes to live with him, and it is Kurusu’s job to take care of her and make sure she integrates into his everyday life. Unfortunately for Kurusu, Miia is undeniably sexy, and the law against interspecies breeding is very strict. Even worse, when a ravishing centaur girl and a flirtatious harpy move in, what’s a full-blooded teenage human with raging hormones to do?!
Like many ecchi manga, this one likes to give allot of fan service and I mean a lot. That however is not the reason I first picked up this series. I picked it up cause it was wrapped in plastic and I didn’t know why when so many others were not. I am now fully aware as to why. With the over abundance of monster girl assets being shown you get a bit of lore behind the monsters themselves, but mostly from the female perspective. Going to say definitely not one I would want kiddos getting ahold of. I will however keep reading this funny ongoing shenanigan fest of a series until otherwise.