It has been revealed that manga Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
will be getting a TV anime adaptation set to premiere in Summer 2015. The announcement will be made on the wrap-around jacket of the manga's seventh volume, to be released March 13.
posted the initial concept for the series as a one-page comic on the adult Pink Channel bulletin board in 2007. After growing in popularity, a one-shot version of the webcomic was published in Comic Ryu's 2011 Kemomo
anthology (vol.2). In March 2012, it was promoted to a full series and is currently serialized in Monthly Comic Ryu
The manga was licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment as Monster Musume
in 2013, and the first five volumes all charted on the NY Times Manga Best Sellers list. Volume 6 was just released
in North America on March 3.
In a modern world, similar to our own, monster girls have existed in secret alongside humanity—that is until the "Interspecies Cultural Exchange Act" is revealed by the government. Under this bill, these supernatural girls get to live with ordinary families like foreign exchange students. Kimihito Kurusu, a normal student living peacefully with his parents, is unwillingly involved in the program when a lamia named Miia is delivered to his home by mistake. It isn't long before even more monster girls begin taking shelter in Kimihito's house, turning his everyday life upside down.
Official site: http://www.monmusu.jp/
Source: Scan via ANN
Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou