Interviews With Monster Girls Season 2 is expected to be the latest installment of the anime adaptation series of the Japanese Manga series of the same name. As fans anxiously await the release of Interviews With Monster Girls Season 2, speculation is rife. The original Japanese manga Interviews With Monster Girls (Demi Chan Wa Kataritai) is written and illustrated by Petos. With an exciting first season already wrapped up a few years ago, the fans have been waiting for Interviews With Monster Girls Season 2. Find out everything we know about the upcoming release of Interviews With Monster Girls Season 2.
Interviews With Monster Girls was adapted into an anime series by A-1 Pictures, which premiered in January 2017 and ran through March of the same year. The first season of the show had 12 episodes and had an accompanying ONA as well. Interviews With Monster Girls Season 2 is also expedited to have the same number of episodes.
Interviews With Monster Girls Plot Synopsis
In Interviews with Monster Girls, a hefty biology teacher named Tetsuo Takahashi falls for the idea of a monster girl. He wants to meet them and learn more about them because of his fascination. Fortunately for him, Demi can be found in plenty at his school. Hikari Takanashi, an extremely active vampire, is the first. Hikari, unlike vampires in legend, does not bite the necks of others. She instead feels compelled to chew on someone. She also enjoys eating garlic and drinking tomato juice as a blood replacement. Kyouko Machi is a shy dullahan who is seen as the villain in the story. Her head, like that of every dullahan, is separated from her body.
Yuki Kusakabe, a snow lady, is the third. She initially despised her Demi nature since she believed it may do damage to others. However, after meeting with Tetsuo, she began to accept it. Sakie Satou, a succubus and a high school math teacher, is the final character. Demi’s personality causes her to unintentionally stimulate everyone around her. She wears a tracksuit to keep her from getting too hot. Tetsuo seeks to find out what their problems are in order to offer them assistance.
Interviews With Monster Girls Season 1 Recap
Tetsuo Takahashi, a biology teacher at Shizaki High School, has long been captivated by “demi-humans.” He hopes he could speak with one, but due to the small population of demi-humans, he has never had the opportunity. It is estimated that Machi Kyouko is one of only three dullahans left on earth. She has ties to Irish legends and is one of only three of her kind. One day, she stays after school. She stays after school one day to speak with Tetsuo about her particular troubles and to ask for a favor.
Satou Sakie, a succubus, is extremely cautious in every aspect of her life, from where she lives to the trains she takes to the clothes she wears, in order to avoid provoking men to have strong emotions. Yuki Kusakabe overhears other girls making derogatory remarks about her. In spite of the fact that gossip is unusual among high school girls, Yuki is concerned that it is happening to her since she is a demi. Thanks to Hikari and Machi, Yuki has gotten a little more optimistic. Since what happened the last time, she’s grown to trust Tetsuo more and has decided to tell him what bothers her about her own nature as a snow woman.
Tetsuo goes to the Takanashi residence to speak with the sisters’ parents, as promised to Himari. Hikari is a vampire, whereas Himari is a regular human, despite their names differing by only one letter. Sakie notices a lovely blond-haired boy crying and embracing his knees on the floor. Kurtz introduces himself as Shibasaki High student, and does not appear to be a Shibasaki High student. Meanwhile, Hikari claims to have seen another mysterious person at school. The midterm exam results are now available. While Himari and Kyouko get great marks, Tetsuo chastises Hikari for receiving three poor grades, so she pledges to study with Yuki.
Sakie the succubus is alone at home, shouting her woes to her teddy bear, when she gets a call from Ugaki, who offers some odd counsel. Dullahans are demi-humans with heads that are not connected to their bodies. Tetsuo is fascinated by dullahans’ distinctive characteristics, but Kyouko is equally interested in understanding more about her own body. Tetsuo has promised to help the girls figure out how to spend the summer comfortably for Hikari and Yuki.
However, the head instructor of the school believes that the demi-girls’ complete reliance on Tetsuo may be harming them in the long term. Hikari and the other demi-girls decide to go to the school pool on Saturday despite Tetsuo’s concern that a vampire would have a hard time with the sun’s direct rays.
A special ONA episode followed the first season of Interviews With Monster Girls. The ONA takes place throughout the summer vacation. Tetsuo invites Himari and her friends to the local summer festival, so he asks Sakie to join him on police duty. Strange incidents at a local shrine frighten them as each party visits it.
Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2 Plot
According to what we can tell from our sources, the first season of Interviews with Monster Girls adapted the majority of the chapters available at the time, which comprised roughly two manga volumes. The manga currently has nine volumes and is still ongoing.
So, for the anime, there are still about seven volumes to catch up on. As a result, A-1 Picture has enough material to produce and adapt Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2. Keep reading to know about the expected plot reveal of Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2.
Tetsuo Takahashi is a biology teacher who is the protagonist of the anime Interviews with Monster Girls. Tetsuo is attracted to the concept of Demi and wants to meet them and learn more about them because of his fascination. Fortunately for him, Demi can be found in abundance at his school.
Hikari Takanashi is an extremely lively who is also a vampire. Hikari is the first demi that is introduced in the series. Hikari, unlike the generic vampires in the legendary lore, does not bite the necks of others. She instead feels drawn to chewing on people. She also enjoys eating garlic and drinking tomato juice as a blood substitute.
The second demi character is Kyouko Machi and she is a bashful dullahan. Her head is like that of any other dullahan. She has a creepy appearance since her head is separated from her body. Yuki Kusakabe is a snow woman and she is the third demi character. She initially despised her Demi nature since she believed it may be harmful to others. She later changed her mind after meeting with Tetsuo who helped her see the bright side.
Sakie Satou is a succubus and also a math teacher at the school. Sakie is the final demi character of the series. She can inadvertently attract others around her due to her Demi nature. Sakie uses a tracksuit to conceal her powers.
Tetsuo understands their difficulties due to their Demi nature and attempts to help them by learning more about their supernatural powers. Apart from the Demis at the school, Tetsuo meets a number of other female characters in the manga which will be further explored in Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2.
Tetsuo’s niece, Yoko Takahashi, is a Spiritual Medium for Zashiko, a young zashiki-warashi. Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2 is also likely to explore new adventures with the invisible woman from the manga, Matsuri. Tetsuo also meets Kaoru Higa, an Okinawan kijimunaa.
Those meetings which have already happened in the manga series are most likely to be covered in the anime adaptation of Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2. Along with the introduction of new characters, new relationships and character development will also be the main focus for Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2.
Our beloved characters successfully began their new semester at Shibasaki High School near the end of the last anime season. Tetsuo and his demi pupils, Hikari, Kyouko, and Yui, will embark on a fresh series of adventures with the start of the new term in Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2 which will directly pick up from the ending of Interviews with Monster Girls Season 1.
For more updates on the expected plot reveal of Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2, stay tuned to this space on Spire News!
Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2 Release Date
After receiving several numerous requests from fans worldwide, the show’s creator, Ryo Ando, announced that a second season would be produced. A-1 Pictures published a bonus episode on June 29, 2017, not long after the first season ended. The episode was the 13th overall in the series.
Interviews With Monster Girls: The Demi-chans’ Summer Break was the title of the special episode. It takes place during the monster girls’ summer vacation, as is suggested by the title. After a five year wait, it’s past time to cast doubt on the return of the series for Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2. Despite having confirmed the second round, A-1 Pictures has yet to start development on the sequel.
There has been little to no official announcement made by the showrunners about the release date of Interviews with Monster Girls Season 2 as of yet. Interviews With Monster Girls Season 2 however might be returning to television screens and digital streaming platforms soon. According to our reports and sources it is highly likely to debut by the end of 2021 or the beginning of 2022.