Cute girls are monsters. No, “demi-chans”, since that sounds cuter.
This was largely forgettable. The girls are cute, I guess. But kind of dull. They are pure and innocent and have fun. While they lust after their teacher in their hearts.
I kind of wish this had just embraced how wrong it is. I mean, their teacher is literally studying their bodies. But of course he only has the purest of intentions…
As it is, it wasn’t particularly interesting. Why would I be interested in watching children experience a happy and wholesome school life? I’ve never really understood this genre.
- Storytelling – D – Story?
- Voice – C – I can sort of appreciate the idea, where monsters are considered normal. But, yeah, it’s been done before.
- Characters – C – The teacher is a fucking tool.
- Attention Grab – C – I finished.
- Production – C – Looks ok.
- Overall – C-
Recommendations – Jitsu wa Watashi wa
3 thoughts on “Demi-chan wa Kataritai Review — C-”
“I kind of wish this had just embraced how wrong it is. I mean, their teacher is literally studying their bodies.”
I mean… yeah, but it’s not an inherently evil thing. He’s curious about what he can find out, with their consent and the aim to help them live better lives and be more well-integrated. There’s a difference between entering a paid research study where you need to fill in a couple forms and get a blood exam and being shipped as a sample to Dr. Mengele’s lab too.
For sure. It’s still a little bit creepy though. I wish they made it more creepy 🙂
i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a normal college graduate named Adam lee he lives in Tokyo Japan he had several part time jobs until he gets a full time job as a teacher his new boss is named Merlin he is a wizard and he is the headmaster of Paradise academy which is a private magical boarding high school for both boys and girls.