Welcome to the nurse's office! School Nurse Hitomi is more than happy to help you with any health concerns you might have. Whether you're dealing with growing pains or shrinking spurts, body parts that won't stay attached, or a pesky invisibility problem, Nurse Hitomi can provide a fresh look at the problem with her giant, all-seeing eye. So come on in! The nurse is ready to see you!
Monster Infirmary or Hitomi-sensei no Hokenshitsu is a cute little story published by Seven Seas Entertainment, featuring cute monsters that call for help from the great Nurse Hitomi, and hilarity ensues!
Story - 8/10
This story completely revolves around and is suggested to people who have a weakness or curiosity for monster girls. Varying from giants, undead, or long-tongued monster girls who ask Hitomi to help them when they're suffering from embarrassing changes while going through puberty. Hitomi is one to give advice and help these teenage monster girls with with any embarrassing moments just like us humans have to go through while we're growing. It's
a cute and different story from anything I've read lately, it's fresh and goes with the ever increasing popularity of monster girls. It ties in not only these hilarious scenarios from different students, but it also lets you look into Hitomi's personal life on the side.
Art - 9/10
Although I do think a lot of the manga I read has really nice art styles, this one really stands out from the rest, it uses a lot of thick ink lines that blend in with the thin that helps make this manga stand out from the rest. Facial expressions are drawn wonderfully and fits really well with the style of this story. Some pages can be a little bit too overwhelmed with black ink, but it still helps different parts of each page to pop. I do like that this type of art style is a little bit more toned down compared to some other manga (like Monster Musume) where there is little to no nudity. It has the ecchi factor to it without having to show anything super provocative.
Character - 8/10
The characters are unique because they're monster girls. They are all different in their own way and it makes it enjoyable to read, as each chapter is about a varying type of monster girl, that presents a problem that needs to be solved. No matter what type of monster girl they are, they somehow manage to be adorable and cute in their own way.
Enjoyment - 9/10
I really enjoyed reading this manga, Seven Seas managed to get their hands on publishing another fresh new concept and add more to the collection of the monster girl trend. I adored the art style and each character as the story went on, it makes me look forward to what else this author has to offer in the future! You can tell a lot of work was put into this manga and I applaud the effort and the story from Shake-O.
Overall - 8/10
If you're looking for a different style of ecchi, a different type of story involving monster girls, or wanting to jump onto the monster girl bandwagon, this is a great start and and an adorable first try, instead of jumping right into a more provocative story much like Monster Musume, also published by Seven Seas. I adored each character and the simple story that went along with it all. I recommend this to monster lovers, ecchi lovers, and people who want a break from the usual genre of manga, or art style.
i read 7 chapter straight up and at 1st i thought this was something pretty abnormal and with the help of abnormal people helping others however i couldnt be more wrong
it is actually just giving a physical to mental change and showing differences that people have and how they come to terms with or deal with it, the art is nice and easy for everyone and the story is a trail through hitomi's personal life as a schools doctor as well as her patience, the characters are all unique and only a hand fully really stick around however it's all these differences and what they
can do or deal with that really make this interesting