The Tribes In Light Novel

I am not a fan of Harem, I am more fond of books like Kill The Lights. My friend, on the other hand, is quite fond of harems. He says that the author tends to treat the main casts, as well as the audience, as dumbfound character who has a really big self-entitlement. Kimihito, our main character, is no different from an everyday nice guy, but the author has given him enough personality so that he still has his voice on when one of the girls steps over her boundaries. Like other shounen manga main character, this guy is kind and supportive, though the situation he is in is a bit different from the other. The monster girls who live with him bring their unique selves to make the scale equal, which is portrayed in their everyday actions. 
Miia, who is from an all-female tribe, has to rely on the males from other races so that her tribe can procreate. Therefore, she can be unleashed at sometimes, and passionate in the other times. According to the original manga, this lamia tribe has the culture of kidnapping human male and force him to procreate with them, thus begin their coexistence life. Another book that has theme on multicultured society is the Kill The Lights.
Papi is another member who comes from another all-female tribe, which is called the Harpies. With birds characteristics, this character is somehow more childish. She can be quite carefree, actually, which goes in accordance with her slim build (in contrast with other robust girls in this manga). It makes perfect sense, actually, given that they have the capacity to fly, so they have to be slim and light. The wing span of this tribe’s member can be up to 4 meters in length, which is indicated in the original manga. Scientifically, it will not be true, but for a manga, it is really good for an excuse. Other manga often does not bother to put some sense into their characters at all.


Monster Musume features both girls and guys monster, but as it is a show intended for the male audience, you do not see the male monsters that often. If you prefer hot guy monster, check out our site Kill The Lights. These monsters were created based mostly on human, they were just some alien characteristics added to the human world as we are living in right now. In the first book, the author has gone out of his way to introduce this world to us, with the appearance of an idol group (of course all of the members are monstered humans), and you know what, they are called the ANM48 (which is a throwback to the real life idol group AKB48, if you did not figure out). The whole manga and its extension also go by this basic: the assembled conglomeration ò the cultures of humans and the supposed monsters.

At first, I was quite disappointed to know that Monster Musume was gradually changed into a harem show (harem is where one character will be surrounded by a lot of love interests), and the author did no attempt to make it distinguished from other harem manga on the market. Oyakado original works were much more than that, it has the slice of life quality to its fantasy, which was exactly what I wanted to see. Since it is slice of life, adventure and fantasy we are talking about here, do you think Kill The Lights is a good combination? Eventually, the manga still won me over with the depth of the monster cast, and around the way it has won itself a fandom, too. But the anime with its harems cast is another story, if you are not into a harem (like me), then it may not appeal to you. But many people still like it, which is cool.

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