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Old 2017-09-21, 06:42   Link #1
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Jikken-hin Kazoku: Creatures Family Days



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This year's November issue of Shinchosha's Comic @Bunch magazine revealed on Thursday that Yanai's Jikken-hin Kazoku: Creatures Family Days manga is getting a Japanese-Taiwanese collaboration anime adaptation that will launch in spring 2018. The anime will air in Japan and Taiwan simultaneously.

The manga will launch in Comic @Bunch in the magazine's December issue on October 21, and it will mark Taiwanese creator Yanai's Japanese debut. The series centers on a family where both parents are mad scientists, and where both brother and sister are modded humans called "creatures." The family members aim to become a "normal" family.
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Old 2017-10-20, 19:02   Link #2
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A preview:

https://youtu.be/oHKTVGVekkY

TBH for a show animated entirely by a Chinese studio, this looks pretty good. I've had a sort of positive vibe about this based on nothing whatsoever concrete right from the first announcement, and if anything they've gotten a lot closer to the original artist's designs now.
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Old 2018-04-09, 20:00   Link #3
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Any news on this? It's supposed to be airing today, or so I've heard.
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Old 2018-04-09, 21:00   Link #4
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Any news on this? It's supposed to be airing today, or so I've heard.
It has, but it isn't licensed I believe, so we'll have to wait for fansubs.
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Old 2018-04-09, 23:38   Link #5
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So, a boy and three girls (and another guy who's conveniently in dog form most of the time). Call me cynical but it sounds like a harem.
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Old 2018-04-10, 10:08   Link #6
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^Except their actually siblings.
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Old 2018-04-10, 10:24   Link #7
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^Like that ever stopped them!
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Old 2018-04-10, 23:05   Link #8
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A shame no one is streaming or subbing this, as the premiere was rather charming I thought (at least at my marginal comprehension rate).
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Old 2018-04-11, 06:59   Link #9
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Crunchyroll still has three empty boxes on their lineup page, so fingers crossed!
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Old 2018-04-11, 13:15   Link #10
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Someone picked it up!
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Old 2018-04-11, 14:11   Link #11
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Hmm... interesting. Didn't expect them to be quite so unsocialized from the start. Sounds like they haven't been out of captivity very long.

I think this could be good.
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Old 2018-04-12, 04:57   Link #12
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Even better subbed.
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Old 2018-04-30, 18:29   Link #13
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For some reason a Chinese-dubbed version of this is getting translated to English faster than the original Japanese version. I don't feel like watching that version, so I'm stuck at episode 2. (Yes, this is a originally a Chinese series, but the anime is airing in Japan, not China, so the Japanese version is the "original" for the anime.)

...In which I happened to notice for the first time that the spider-girl's arms seem to have doll-like joints, unlike any of the others'. I assume there must be some reason for that.

Rest of the episode is a fairly standard story concept: Tannis gets in an argument with his family (really just with the spider-girl Aisley) and storms out, only to get lost and in trouble and end up needing the very people he was angry with to come save him. I think most of us have seen this trope played out before. In this case it does highlight the fact that their little family is severely lacking in any sort of reliable caretaker. The older siblings are too unsocialized to handle actually being responsible adults for the family, and Tannis, while he knows how society works, is still too much of a child and gets into a child's troubles.
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Old 2018-05-01, 09:20   Link #14
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I like the dog brother, he’s an honest and caring individual with a willingness to try to change to fit modern society.
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Old 2018-05-02, 17:50   Link #15
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For some reason a Chinese-dubbed version of this is getting translated to English faster than the original Japanese version. I don't feel like watching that version, so I'm stuck at episode 2. (Yes, this is a originally a Chinese series, but the anime is airing in Japan, not China, so the Japanese version is the "original" for the anime.)

...In which I happened to notice for the first time that the spider-girl's arms seem to have doll-like joints, unlike any of the others'. I assume there must be some reason for that.

Rest of the episode is a fairly standard story concept: Tannis gets in an argument with his family (really just with the spider-girl Aisley) and storms out, only to get lost and in trouble and end up needing the very people he was angry with to come save him. I think most of us have seen this trope played out before. In this case it does highlight the fact that their little family is severely lacking in any sort of reliable caretaker. The older siblings are too unsocialized to handle actually being responsible adults for the family, and Tannis, while he knows how society works, is still too much of a child and gets into a child's troubles.
Spider girl has an exoskeleton not doll joints,I think. Except for when they draw her having normal limbs which is about half the time.
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Old 2018-05-03, 01:40   Link #16
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Odd but engaging, this show.
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