“Nicknamed “Dry Ice,” Shizuku is seen as emotionless and cold by her classmates. When she’s tasked with delivering class printouts, she runs into Haru, who immediately decides that they’re friends. Shizuku is touched by his innocence and his lack of knowledge towards human relationships.
Though known as a violent and uncontrollable monster, Haru also has a kind and gentle side. He immediately declares his love for Shizuku, but it takes much longer for her to realize and accept her own feelings towards him. Together, the two previously unsocial beings help each other learn how to care for others and make friends.”
My Little Monster (Japanese: となりの怪物くん Hepburn: Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun ?, lit. “The Monster Sitting Beside Me”) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Robico and an anime adaptation by Brain’s Base aired from October 1 to December 24, 2012. It was also simulcast on Crunchyroll. It aired between October 1 and December 24, 2012.
My Little Monster anime is a shoujo anime which gave us the tickles and butterflies in our stomach watching it. It may have been your typical boy falls in love with a girl, romance blooms, and they live happily ever after, but the spark between Shizuku and Haru is just irresistible. They have certain moments that you did not expect to happen, so it was a nice anime to watch.
Fans have been asking for any facts that most people doesn’t know about My Little Monster, so I have done a good research about it to make it easier for you and here are the facts a few people know about this anime:
- In the original concept Haru Yoshida was meant to have white hair?
- Haru Yoshida is in fact prone to violence at the drop of a hat?
- Haru Yoshida resembles the face of Kyouya from Hitman Reborn except for his eyes?
- Shizuku Mizutani’s voice actor(seiyuu) voices Yuuki Asuna from Sword Art Online?
- Haru was actually very shy, quiet,and a social guy but his personality changed because of his father and brother.
- Haru means SPRING.
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