The following page details various cameos, parodies and shout-outs featured in the Monster Musume series.

Monster Musume in Other Media[edit | edit source]

A Centaur's Life


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  • Monster Musume characters Miia and Centorea appeared wrestling as bonus art for the monster girl-themed wrestling manga MonWres: Fighting Monster Girls! (Monster Wrestling: Interspecies Combat Girls). The artwork was part of a promotional piece made for the manga's volume 1 by Monster Musume artist Okayado. Okayado would also create an artwork piece for volume 2 featuring Steela and Asterio from his other manga series, 12 Beast.


Other Media in Monster Musume[edit | edit source]

Anime and Manga[edit | edit source]

12Beast[edit | edit source]

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  • Chapter 19, Kimihito is wearing a 12/Beast t-shirt the whole time.
  • In Episode 9 of the anime, the angel-winged cosplayers are completely re-edited in the Blu-ray version to appear like Aero and Jawea from 12 Beast.

Berserk[edit | edit source]

  • When Centorea is confronted by her mother in Chapter 29 about why she hadn't found a suitable teaser since she sent her away, to which Centorea says she wanted to find a master, not a teaser. Her mother says that was no excuse, "though I may have excused such pretentiousness if thy master were winsome." This winsome master she is picturing is a silhouette with the hair, armour, and cape of Griffith from Berserk.

Code Geass[edit | edit source]

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  • Miia strikes Lelouch's close-up pose from the end of Code Geass season 1 closing credits in Chapter 26.
  • Lala strikes a similar pose while introducing herself in Chapter 24.


Dragonball[edit | edit source]

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Fist of the North Star[edit | edit source]

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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure[edit | edit source]

  • In Episode 3 of the anime, Kimihito notices the "spirits of Centorea's kind" behind her and asks if they're "Stands or what".

Loveless[edit | edit source]

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  • In Chapter 2, Kimihito and Miia take shelter in a Love Hotel called 'Hotel Loveless'.

MaMaMa: Magical Director Mako-chan’s Magical Guidance[edit | edit source]

Mister Ajikko[edit | edit source]

  • Centorea's orgasmic reaction after tasting the carrots in Episode 12 seems to be an allusion to the similarly "energised" food critiques in Mister Ajikko.

Mobile Suit Gundam[edit | edit source]

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  • In the bonus art of Volume 6 featuring Lala, she is reenacting the finale of Mobile Suit Gundam with her body as the Gundam and her head as the Zeong's head.
  • In Chapter 31, Yukio's environmental suit has a helmet which heavily resembles the head of a MS-06 Zaku II mobile suit.

Muromi-san[edit | edit source]

  • In Episode 12, a silhouette of Muromi from "Muromi-san" makes a single-frame cameo when Kimihito smacks his head while floating down the river (04:26).


Nurse Hitomi's Monster Infirmary[edit | edit source]

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Puella Magi Madoka Magica[edit | edit source]

  • In Chapter 24, Kimihito quotes every Death Flag/Famous Last Words he can think of. Amongst them is the line "I'm not afraid of anything anymore!" from the anime Puella Magi Madoka Magica.

Sailor Moon[edit | edit source]

  • The front cover of Chapter 32 is a parody of the Sailor Moon magical girl series.

Steins;Gate[edit | edit source]

  • In Chapter 24, Kimihito is shown saying "El Psy Congroo" while using a cell phone, which was an action commonly done by Rintaro Okabe from the anime Steins;Gate.

Movies[edit | edit source]

  • In the Seven Seas Entertainment translation of Chapter 24, Kimihito quotes several horror and action movie lines that usually result in the character dying soon after they are said; these lines are; "If we get out of this alive... Let's get married!", "Let's split up! We can cover more ground that way!", "It's okay! I'm only two days from retirement!", "I'll go check out that weird noise. It's probably nothing!", "Relax. What could possibly go wrong?", and "Nothing can stop me now!".

Final Destination[edit | edit source]

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  • Chapter 24 makes reference to the explosion of an airliner from Final Destination.
  • While based on chapter 24, Episode 12 does a full re-enactment of the opening "Flight 180 death scene" from the film Final Destination, with Kimihito in the place of Alex Browning.

Frozen[edit | edit source]

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  • In Chapter 31, the group brainstormed on how to help the Arctic Inn's business, Mero suggested a stage production starring Yukio as the main character who freezes things with her powers. Miia worries about the copyright issue.

Godzilla[edit | edit source]

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  • In Episode 10, Suu's Kaiju transformation possesses the same back spikes as Godzilla.
  • The entirety of the fight between her and Kii is also depicted in grainy wide angle shot similar to the original Godzilla films.
  • Suu also unleashes a mouth beam similar to Godzilla's iconic attack.
  • The musical cue played during this scene is eerily reminiscent of a cue used in Godzilla vs. Hedorah.

Ringu[edit | edit source]

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  • In Chapter 34, Kimihito comments that a tired Smith looks like Sadako.
  • In Episode 12, Smith adopts a look similar to Sadako when threatening Lala.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day[edit | edit source]

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  • In Episode 12, Kimihito gives a thumbs up like the T-800 did.


The Graduate[edit | edit source]

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The Shining[edit | edit source]

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  • In Chapter 59, while under the influence of the Full Moon, Mil breaks a hole through the door of Kimihito's room while attempting to get him out and sticks her head through the hole in a rendition of Jack's Nicholson's infamous "Here's Johnny!" scene from The Shining.



Games[edit | edit source]

Air[edit | edit source]

  • In Chapter 24, Kimihito quotes every Death Flag/Famous Last Words he can think of. Amongst them is the line "Can I just go to the goal right now...?" From the visual novel AIR.

Dead Space 2[edit | edit source]

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  • Due to the conflict of the personalities she was mimicking at the time, Suu does an impersonation of Nicole Brennan at one point during Chapter 13 while taking care of Kimihito.

Dragon Quest[edit | edit source]

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  • In Chapter 1, the image of a lamia being beaten by a human is an allusion to the Dragon Quest RPG franchise.
  • When facing Suu for the first time, Centorea admits that what she knows about Slimes comes from videogames and goes on to describe them as the slimes from the Dragon Quest series.
  • The cover of Chapter 36 has the characters dressed in a parody of Dragon Quest.

Fate/Stay Night[edit | edit source]

  • In Chapter 24, Kimihito quotes every Death Flag/Famous Last Words he can think of. Amongst them is the line "You don't mind if I beat that thing, right?" from the visual novel Fate/Stay Night.

El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron[edit | edit source]

  • In Chapter 24, Kimihito quotes every Death Flag/Famous Last Words he can think of. Amongst them is the line "No problem, everything's fine." from the videogame El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron.

Kantai Collection[edit | edit source]

Metal Gear[edit | edit source]

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  • Miia cosplays as FOX-era Big Boss from Metal Gear Solid 3 in Chapter 10.
  • Miia considers wearing a box as a disguise in Chapter 18 and Episode 9, and later has Suu turn into the box while she dresses as the younger version of Big Boss "Naked Snake". While following her, Rachnera also decides to cosplay and chooses to dress as The Boss (Naked Snake's mentor).
  • In Episode 9, when the girls are outside the café and get their ideas, the red "!" from the MGS games pop up above their heads (except Papi, who gets the blue "?").
  • In Episode 9, the ice cream truck is left open due to a fella running to the bathroom with incontinence, just like Johnny Sasaki.
  • In Episode 9, Rachnera tells Miia "Excellent, age hasn't slowed you down one bit.", which is what Campbell tells Solid Snake in MGS 1, and Miller tells Big Boss in MGSV:Ground Zeroes.

Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls Online[edit | edit source]

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Touhou Project[edit | edit source]

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  • In Chapter 18, the cast discovers an event for a new game with various cosplayers dressed up as characters from the Touhou Project videogame series. The cosplayers all adopt costumes of Reimu, Marisa, Meiling, Keine, Kasen, Yuugi, Ran, Utsuho, a mini-Sin Sack. With Suu's help, Papi also disguises herself as Utsuho.
  • In Chapter 25, Lala does her best Yukkuri impersonation after eating Miia's cooking, complete with the character catchphrase "Take it easy in the afterlife!" (although the catchphrase was dropped in the official English release).
  • In Chapter 32, Luz's human assistants wear Sin Sack masks to hide their identities for Luz's sentai show.

Undertale[edit | edit source]

  • In Chapter 48, a heater shaped like the Undertale character "Flowey" is seen as part of the Exchange Exhibition. Papi notices it and thinks it is cute.

Front Mission: Gun Hazard[edit | edit source]

  • In Chapter 40, Zombina quotes the line from Front Mission: Gun Hazard, "Hyaa! I can't take it anymore! Zero!"

Yoake Mae Yori Ruriiro Na[edit | edit source]

Television[edit | edit source]

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  • While suggesting a Tokusatsu show for Luz Ninetei to perform in Chapter 32, Miia mentions Transforming Rider (Kamen Rider) and Robot Hero (Metal Hero). In addition, the designs of them reference the first heroes of the referenced franchises, Takeshi Hongo/Kamen Rider #1 and Retsu Ichijouji/Space Sheriff Gavan.
  • In the Seven Seas' English translation of Chapter 35, when Kimihito begins issuing orders to the Fishfolk chefs the statement "How will he use the secret ingredient!?" appears behind him. This statement is a frequently used phrase in the Japanese cooking show Iron Chef.

Literature[edit | edit source]

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Internet[edit | edit source]

  • In Episode 6's MonMusu Collection, the Long Legs subspecies' appearance and nickname of "Sergeant" is a reference to 2chan, which refer to huntsman spiders as "Sergeant Ashidaka" due to a particular thread discussing "anti-cockroach forces".
  • In Episode 7's MonMusu Collection, the "Backbeard" is based off of Beako; a popular Meme-character from Futaba Channel (2chan) and the de-facto mascot of the Sankaku Complex imageboard.
  • Sports Club Kobold's sunbathing pool is modelled after The Usual Pool; The most infamous swimming pool in Japanese pornography.

People[edit | edit source]

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Numerous mangaka cameos.

  • The self-portrait avatars of several mangakas make cameos in Rachnera's pretend shop in Chapter 45. Okayado, Shake-O (creator of Nurse Hitomi's Monster Infirmary), Nanoha (creator of The Diary of France), Kinoko Inu (creator of Kinoko Inu (Mushroom Dog)), and 221 (creator of Mako-san to Hachisuka-kun).

Okayado[edit | edit source]

  • Okayado's avatar (a hermit crab) makes frequent cameos throughout the Monster Musume anime series in addition to his name appearing in Chapter 19, 25 and 27 and 32 of the manga series.

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  • It is revealed in Chapter 19 that the number plate of Smith's car is "Okayado 501".
  • In Chapter 25, the cast go to a restaurant named Yakiniku Okayado.
  • Centorea's room features a mantra displayed on the wall; "Unity of Horse and Rider", signed by Okayado.
  • In Chapter 27, Miia and Kimihito hide from Miia's Mother inside a refrigerated garage featuring Okayado's name.

Okayado General Hospital

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Role-Playing Games[edit | edit source]

Stores/Companies[edit | edit source]

Comic Toranoana
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Gallery[edit | edit source]


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Manga Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls (manga)Living with Monster GirlMonster Girl ReportMaMaMa: Magical Director Mako-chan’s Magical GuidanceToranoana Bonus Manga
Anime Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls (anime)Almost Daily OO! Sort of Live VideoMonster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls OAD 1Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls OAD 2
Books Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls Hello Work!Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou 4-komaMonster Musume I ♥ Monster Girls Volume 1Monster Musume I ♥ Monster Girls Volume 2Monster Musume I ♥ Monster Girls Volume 3Monster Musume I ♥ Monster Girls Volume 4Monster Musume I ♥ Monster Girls Volume 5Monster Musume I ♥ Monster Girls Volume 6Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou Anime Design WorksMonster Musume: Monster Girl Papercraft
Videogames Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls Online
Soundtracks Saikōsoku Fall in LoveHey! Sumisu!!Monster Musume Original SoundtrackCharacter Song: MiiaCharacter Song: PapiCharacter Song: CentoreaCharacter Song: SuuCharacter Song: MeroCharacter Song: RachneraMonster Musume Oyasumi CDEveryday Talk with Monster Girls
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