Seven Seas Brings Monster Girl Manga to North America

As Seven Seas says, "the beautiful ladies in the story are monsters of various shapes and sizes, not to mention textures"

We've seen fighter plane girls. We've seen fire arm girls. Battle ship girls are the hot thing in Japan these days. And now, Seven Seas is introducing the monster girl manga trend to North America. In stores now, Monster Musume Vol. 1 by Okayado is described as "an all-new harem comedy with a fantastical twist—the beautiful ladies in the story are monsters of various shapes and sizes, not to mention textures—making it the perfect series for the Halloween season."

 

 

Monster Musume Vol. 1

Story and art by OKAYADO

What do world governments do when they learn that fantastical beings are not merely fiction, but flesh and blood—not to mention feather, hoof, and fang? Why, they create new regulations, of course, like the Interspecies Cultural Exchange Accord!


When twenty-something Kurusu Kimihito becomes an involuntary “volunteer” in the government homestay program for monster girls, his world is turned upside down. A lamia named Miia is sent to live with him, and it’s Kimihito’s job to make sure the sexy snake girl integrates into everyday life. While cold-blooded Miia is hot for Kimihito, the penalties for interspecies breeding are dire. Even worse, when a buxom centaur girl, and a scantily-clad harpy move into Kimihito’s house, what’s a full-blooded young man with raging hormones to do?


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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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