Interviews With Monster Girls manga will be ending in December 2022, as announced by Kodansha’s Monthly Young Magazine in the November issue. Previously, it was reported that it is going to end in fall 2022. This time, however, the manga will be taking a break next month. The 11th volume will be released this December instead. There is no specific date yet in December when it will be available.
Interviews With Monster Girls Synopsis
Tetsuo Takahashi has always harbored an interest towards the “Ajin”, or “Demi”, which refers to people who are half human and half monster. Although the Demi people have long integrated into human society, Tetsuo thought that there is still more to them than meets the eye. This is why he intends to interact with them firsthand.
He conducts casual interviews with his three Demi students: Hikari Takanashi, Kyouko Machi, and Yuki Kusakabe. These three have distinguishable traits from each other. Hikari is an energetic vampire, while Kyouko is a gentle dullahan or a horse rider who carries their head around. Yuki, on the other hand, is a timid snow woman.
These interviews are centered about how the Demi behave, think, and interact with humans. Their abilities are also questioned as well. Through this, Tetsuo will discover that they are not so unusual as he initially thought.
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Interviews With Monster Girls Manga Background
Petosu is the author and illustrator of Interviews With Monster Girls manga. It was serialized on Kodansha’s seinen manga magazine, Young Magazine the 3rd, in 2014. It transferred to Monthly Young Magazine in 2021. The 1st volume was later published by Kodansha as a paperback and e-book in 2015. Currently, there are 10 volumes of the manga, with the 11th one coming in December 2022.
Kodansha USA also licensed the manga into an English release. As of June 2022, the 10 volumes have been published as a paperback and e-book format.
A spin-off manga by Kae Hashimoto entitled, Can’t Talk With Occult Girls, was serialized on Kodansha’s Young Magazine the 3rd in 2019. Petosu supervised the creation of the spin-off, while Hajime Honda illustrated it. This is reported to end in fall 2022 with a total of 9 volumes.
Interviews With Monster Girls Anime Background
Interviews With Monster Girls was adapted into an anime by A-1 Pictures in 2017. It aired a total of 12 episodes from January 8 to March 26, 2017. A single episode sequel was also released in June 29, 2017.
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