Invisible Girls

Invisible Girls   While not a character in the show, a teaser at the end of episode 12 of Interviews with Monster Girls introduces one last Demi-chan.  Unlike the previous monster girls, which are based on monsters out of various mythologies, our unnamed invisible girl is based on a novel, specifically the H.G. Wells novel, Read More …

My Hero Academia- Eri the Anti-Quirk

Eri- the Anti-Quirk   The cute mysterious waif of My Hero Accademia, Eri, is much more than she appears, and is a major plot element during the current Internship Arc.  Not much is known about Eri’s past or even her quirk, but what is known is that her blood is being used to make anti-quirk Read More …

Interviews with Monster Girls- Yuki the Yuki-Onna

Interviews with Monster Girls- Yuki the Yuki-Onna Yuki is the second to last monster girl we are introduced to in Interviews with Monster Girls, and the only monster based solely on a Japanese myth.  The Yuki-onna or snow woman is a mysterious creature who lives in cold snowy places, and is either a benevolent spirit, Read More …

Interviews with Monster Girls- Machi the Dullahan

Interviews with Monster Girls- Machi the Dullahan   Machi is the second monster girl we are introduced to in Interviews with Monster Girls, and she is a Dullahan, a creature which hails from Irish/Celtic mythology.  The Dullahan is an unseelie, or dark fairy, and as a group they are almost always evil, and humans don’t Read More …

Interviews with Monster Girls- Hikari the Vampire

Interviews with Monster Girls- Hikari The second monster girl I will be taking a closer look at is the ever-energetic vampire, Hikari, and the first monster girl Tetsuo is introduced to.  The vampire myth dates back centuries, with the first recorded use of the word occurring in 1743.  While the word vampire is two hundred Read More …

Interviews with Monster Girls- Sakie the succubus

Interviews with Monster Girls- Sakie the succubus   Interviews with Monster Girls is at its core a rather mundane slice of life show and really isn’t anything all that special.  What makes the show so interesting is that it tries to explain some of the biology behind the monster girls and their abilities.  It also Read More …

Does Shin Uchia really understand biology?

Does Shin Uchia really understand biology?   Shin Uchia is a short-lived antagonist in the ongoing “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Continuation” of the long-lived Naruto franchise.  Not much is given about his background beyond his being a former test subject of Orochimaru.  What makes him so special is that he has a rare gift: his Read More …

The Biology of Dragons

The Biology of Dragons   Sorry, Tohru, that is not how it works.  That is not how any of this works.  Dragons are actually very interesting mythological creatures which are shared between a number of different ancient cultures across Eurasia.  There are two basic types of dragons, the classic European dragon Western cultures are more Read More …

Giant Alien Space Babes and Monsters in Macross Frontier

Giant Alien Space Babes and Monsters in Macross Frontier Macross Frontier is the third installment of the Macross franchise and it debuted in 2008.  The Macross franchise is known for its militarized use of pop music, as it is the most powerful weapon in the universe.  The franchise is also known for the giant humanoid Read More …

Why are old people in anime so short?

Miniature senior citizens in Anime It’s a rather common occurrence in anime that if a character is human and very old, they will also be extremely small.  This lack of size will be a result of their advanced age and not because they were small all their life. Young Cologne   Old Cologne   Now Read More …