Are you a fan of wholesome Boys Love? If so, you’re in luck! The official “I Married a Monster on a Hill” Subreddit is a great place to get the latest updates on the web-comic and visual novel. Here, you can stay up-to-date on new developments, join in on giveaways and events, and even participate in AMAs with the cast and crew.
“I Married a Monster on a Hill” follows Bevvy and August Hills as they enjoy married life. It’s a simple story but always not that simple as the simplicity of love sometimes have a lot of obstacles along the way. In fact, August is a monster and Bevvy is their knight, and together they face the everyday chaos that comes with August’s monster form. The comic is a six-panel slice-of-life story that follows the Hills family through their slice of life or more fantasy-sided adventures with their friends.
A Boys Love Series that Focuses on Realistic Topics
As both a web-comic and visual Boys Love novel, “I Married a Monster on a Hill” is about to bring a lot of wholesome and slice of life content to the Boys Love genre. It’s goal is to make slice of life stories more accessible to fans of Boys Love anime, otome games and comics.
“I Married a Monster on a Hill” is a refreshing take on the Boys Love genre, focusing heavily on the slice of life elements of the story rather than focusing on unrealistic romance or smut. Many voice actors who have auditioned for the series have expressed excitement over it being LGBTQIA+ inclusive.
The web-comic and visual novel strives to accurately represent LGBTQ+ characters and relationships. The Stec Sisters have gone to great lengths to ensure that the story is both realistic and wholesome, while avoiding any stereotypes or tropes that are often seen in stories featuring LGBTQ+ characters. The voice cast, along with the beta-readers are all LGBTQ+ along with the music composers and audio editors.
The story focuses on life after the drama or awkwardness of getting together and showcases wholesome marriage and sometimes the hardships of marriage. The story also portrays other forms of relationships for the Hills family’s friends and family.
Overall, the web-comic is sure to bring a lot of wholesomeness and slice of life to Boys Love series. It is a great way to show that Boys Love stories can be more than just smut or some kind of errotic fantasy, and that everyone has the right to find happiness. It is sure to make slice of life more of a norm for Boys Love anime, otome games, and comics.
Inspired by Yonkoma Manga
“I Married a Monster on a Hill” is a six-panel comic but is inspired by four-panel manga called Yonkoma. Some familiar Yonkoma include:
- Azumanga Daioh by Kiyohiko Azuma
- Nichijou by Keiichi Arawi
- Yotsuba&! by Kiyohiko Azuma
- 3-gatsu no Lion by Chika Umino
- Gag Manga Biyori by Kenshi Hirokane
- Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei by Kōji Kumeta
- Hetalia: Axis Powers by Hidekaz Himaruya
- Gyagu Manga Biyori by Makoto Kobayashi
- Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge by Nozomi Uda
- Sketchbook by Mihona Fujii
- Lucky Star by Kagami Yoshimizu
The web-series uploads weekly on Webtoon, Tapas, Pixiv, Nico Nico Douga, YouTube and All Ages of Geek which follow scenarios that can be found in the visual novel.
The official “I Married a Monster on a Hill: Dates” Visual Novel will be launching soon after the first comic volume is published. To fund the project and give backers special one-time extras, a Kickstarter will be launched. In the meantime, be sure to join the Subreddit for all the latest news and updates. Here, you can stay in the loop on the newest developments, take part in events and giveaways, and even join in on AMAs with the cast and crew. So don’t miss out – join the “I Married a Monster on a Hill” Subreddit today!