This is a very short but cute slice of life comedy with a twist that the wife is a non-human looking alien and needs to disguise her appearance to fit into human society. The humor here is fairly straight forward and light, very much like a normal sit-com and while this series has been called "ecchi" I find that really other than a couple of shots of nudity, there really isn't anything "ecchi" about it (I, for one, don't consider just minor nudity to be perverted or dirty).
"Yome ga Kore na mon de" is a quick read that uses some hoary old tropes and plots,
but manages to pull them off with a bit of sentimental sweetness.
This is a very short slice-of-life about a man, the alien wife that he absolutely adores, and (soon enough) their half-alien child. It's funny, it's heartwarming and, sadly, it's way too short.
Story (6): Story? What story? Okay, so you do get a little flashback to how they met, and the manga ends with kind of an odd kidnapping episode, for for the most part the manga is just a series of cute little bits about an alien housewife trying to take care of her loving husband, while hiding the fact that she's an alien.
Art (8): I found the characters pretty
impressive. The human-skin suits that the wife wears are clever, and in her alien form she manages to look... well, alien... but you can also see why the husband thinks that she's cute. That's not easy to pull off, considering there are tentacles coming out of her head.
Character (8): It's nice to see a manga about a husband and wife who really love each other. Both of them are trying their best to make their odd situation work, and to live normal lives. I wished the manga were longer so I could have gotten to know them better.
Enjoyment (8): This is a consistently funny manga, and the flashback to when they met had me in stitches.
Overall (7): My biggest complaint about this manga is that it ends so quickly. I suppose it was axed. I would have loved to spend more time with this odd, awkward, and yet entirely relatable family. It's delightful while it lasts.
The story of a normal office worked who happens to have married an alien.
After meeting each other after he was abducted one night of full moon, he fell in love at first sight and proposed at that instant.
Great art, it's clear even when the alien wife's using dozens of things with her tentacles.
Sadly only had access to a few chapters, and not much is know of the characters or their story besides a shallow skim, looks promising in its most part. It's classified as a slice of life, but being sci-fi makes it kinda uncomfortable mix, still hope I can i get to see
more of it.