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Demi-chan wa Kataritai


Alt Names: alt Ajin-chan wa Kataritaialt 亚人酱有话要说alt 亜人ちゃんは語りたいalt Demi-chan Has Something to Sayalt Demi-chan Konuşmak İstiyoralt Interviews With Monster Girlsalt לדמי-צאן יש משהו לאמר
Author: Petosu
Artist: Petosu
Genres: Award Winning Award WinningComedy ComedyRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeSeinen SeinenSlice of Life Slice of LifeSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Succubus, Dullahan and Vampire. They are known as Ajin, or "demi"s and are slightly different than the average human. They have lived alongside humans for ages under persecution. However, in recent years, they have become accepted as members of society. This manga follows a high school biology teacher who has a great interest in demis and his interaction with the various demis in his school, each with their own cute problems.

Won 2nd place in the DaVinchi x NicoNico Tsugi ni Kuru 2016 Manga Awards.
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Hikari is still the best girl, though she's an idiot and an unrepentant slob, and the author agrees!

Thanks!

 

Hmm, i'm still curious if pouring water at Machi's fire has the same effect as putting something solid above the fire.

Machi's 'fire' is actually just a physical manifestation of her body's spiritual connection to her head, her 'soul' in a sense. I think someone already brushed their hand through it and commented on it being a bit cool, or warm, but not hot enough to burn the skin.

 

As for pouring water on it, it would probably just disrupt her connection a bit, confusing her body. The whole bit about the rain was that her parents were worried that wet hands and a wet head would result in Machi dropping her head.

 

The only time I've ever seen a dullahan react to someone pouring something into their neck was in monmusu, but to be fair, I think Lala is trying to take Papi's title of 'biggest idiot' away.

Himari's hairstyle is better

This is now available, in English, as "Interviews with Monster Girls". For those interested.
 
Volume One came out on November 1.

Are you sure?
I was pretty sure the name was "Interview with the vampire ( & co. )" lol

Chapter 3 for the explanation about families, chapters 4 and 23 for Machi. Basically, Machi's flame isn't really fire and can't be put out. However, it's risky for her to walk in the rain because she needs to hold her head in one arm.

 

Thanks!

 

Hmm, i'm still curious if pouring water at Machi's fire has the same effect as putting something solid above the fire.

Sorry, i'm kinda lazy at the moment. Could you tell me which chapters please?


Chapter 3 for the explanation about families, chapters 4 and 23 for Machi. Basically, Machi's flame isn't really fire and can't be put out. However, it's risky for her to walk in the rain because she needs to hold her head in one arm.

ALL the demis have fully normal human parents. Demi condition is a biological mutation in this manga. Also, we do know how Machi fares in rain. Go reread the chapters.

 

Sorry, i'm kinda lazy at the moment. Could you tell me which chapters please?

About Machi's matter with food, maybe there's some kind of (scientific) portal between her head and stomach so food (and blood and such) can transfer?
 
I like your idea about radio, because then it kinda make sense why Machi suddenly feels heavy when her flame neck is disrupted, because maybe that flame is the signal receiver of her body.
 
Wait, now i don't want to know how Machi fairs during rain...
 
 
I'm pretty sure we were once told that one of the demigirls have both parents to be normal human, i don't remember which chapter and where.


ALL the demis have fully normal human parents. Demi condition is a biological mutation in this manga. Also, we do know how Machi fares in rain. Go reread the chapters.
Ironman knows a profound thing to say

You can see why Machi is out of place... I was going to invent biological radio to explain how she controls her body, then realized FOOD also has to get transferred down there. Also, until Hikari's family was shown I still thought that these girls were meant to be demihumans in the traditional way, with a human and nonhuman parent.

 

About Machi's matter with food, maybe there's some kind of (scientific) portal between her head and stomach so food (and blood and such) can transfer?

 

I like your idea about radio, because then it kinda make sense why Machi suddenly feels heavy when her flame neck is disrupted, because maybe that flame is the signal receiver of her body.

 

Wait, now i don't want to know how Machi fairs during rain...

 

 

I'm pretty sure we were once told that one of the demigirls have both parents to be normal human, i don't remember which chapter and where.

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You make some good points. My main gripe is the use of the term "monster girls" which draws unfair comparisons to a certain other manga that I don't believe this should be put beside. About how correct the term "demi" is though, don't forget that "demi" is not a proper official term for them. It's simply slang that has grown popular and fallen into common usage in the world of the series, and if there's one thing that slang never cares about, it's correctness.

Nothing like a new chapter of Demi-chan to cheer me up before turning in for the day. ^^

 

Thanks for the release! :)

 

P.S. From the cover I'm hoping we'll get to see more of Kusakabe ... I like all the demi characters in the manga, but for some reason the Yuki Onna holds my interest the most story and character wise. We'll see!

...I have to admit I like them with their hairstyles switched. Himari looks a little more tomboyish and cute, which goes well with her more mature personality. Hikari looks more mature and stylish, suiting her happy-go-lucky attitude.

Really? The English name is seriously "Interviews with Monster Girls"? Wow, that is a terrible name, obviously made purely to exploit the term "monster girl". Something like "Interview with a Demi" would be much better, to use their basic frame. Now that I think of it, I bet that might have been the original idea before it was changed to the generic "monster girls". Hell, anything that uses the term "Demi" which is actually important to the series rather than "monster girl" which brings to mind exactly one series (you know which one) would be infinitely better. Shame on whoever thought up and whoever approved that title.

It's probably a major problem for them too in coming up with a term. "Ajin" literally translates into "inhuman", which they can't use lest they draw the wrath of the Empire of the Mouse. "Demihuman" or "demi" in US sci-fi/fantasy fandom means hybrids between humans and alien/fantasy races - half-elves, half-orcs, Kirk's multicolored spawn, etc. "Monster girl" has been used before (a particular Lamia comes to mind) and is to be fair a better description in English of what these girls are. I still hope that they'll keep the "demi" term as a cute way for the girls to refer to themselves and just replace "ajin" with "monster girl".

 

That said, coming from a US sci-fantasy fandom background myself, I was a bit annoyed initially when Hikari used the term "demi" to describe her kind. To me the description is off. I suppose the problem here is that the manga defines these supernatural creatures as biological mutants to begin with (which doesn't really work with poor Machi), and that completely skews the terminology for them because they're no longer supernatural (except Machi) and biological explanations can be made for their powers (except for Machi's) - Vampires are just blood-drinking mutants adapted for the night; succubi influence people with pheromones and give people erotic dreams also through pheromones; yuki-onna are extreme ectotherms that consume heat from their environment. You can see why Machi is out of place... I was going to invent biological radio to explain how she controls her body, then realized FOOD also has to get transferred down there. Also, until Hikari's family was shown I still thought that these girls were meant to be demihumans in the traditional way, with a human and nonhuman parent. 

Yeah, I love Ironman, too.


Tetsujin?

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Oh look author acknowledge the best girl

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Yeah, I love Ironman, too.

Oh look author acknowledge the best girl

Spoiler

This is now available, in English, as "Interviews with Monster Girls". For those interested.

 

Volume One came out on November 1.

Really? The English name is seriously "Interviews with Monster Girls"? Wow, that is a terrible name, obviously made purely to exploit the term "monster girl". Something like "Interview with a Demi" would be much better, to use their basic frame. Now that I think of it, I bet that might have been the original idea before it was changed to the generic "monster girls". Hell, anything that uses the term "Demi" which is actually important to the series rather than "monster girl" which brings to mind exactly one series (you know which one) would be infinitely better. Shame on whoever thought up and whoever approved that title.

This is now available, in English, as "Interviews with Monster Girls". For those interested.

 

Volume One came out on November 1.

That was unexpectedly cute.

Yeah, just like Working... umm... just like Erased!... umm... Log Horizon S1... errr...
 
Quick, what's a non-Ace Attorney anime they fucked up?! Umm... ummm....
 
I guess Digibro is wrong, huh.

 

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Ironically, if this chapter had never happened, Ironman-Sensei wouldn't have been arrested ten years later for the decapitation of nineteen girlfriends.  "They're just so much less annoying this way," he was heard to protest as the police officers shoved him into the van.

Real talk though, I do like how Sakie-sensei is actually not trying to seduce Ironman-sensei since this approach will bring out truer colors of how they feel for each other. As a warshipper, I hope the Tetsuo x Sakie ship is mounted with premium damage control party and will not have to use it.

However, imagine if Sakie-sensei actually dressed "normally" and are we ever gonna get a chapter volume where he does home visits primarily for Sakie-sensei? If the trio would like to tag-along... for... "reasons."

Come on, Petosu-sensei... There is so much to learn from this series and this "research" for my college thesis is what I have been looking for!
I require maximum cooperation!!

tl:dr Sakie pls gib moar.

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To be fair Redline did take 8 years and was hand drawn.

Aww that was cute.

 

I really enjoy Sensei's reactions here and that he's not a creepo at all which is a huge worry when dealing with manga involving a dude (even if he's older) surrounded by high school girls.

I also find his genuine care for the ajins in the school to be refreshing because, he is not showing any real attraction to them and he is sticking to his role as a teacher and role model.


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