Say hello to our vampire Staz, a local territory boss in the demon world.
Staz is an atypical vampire. He doesn’t like to suck blood, primarily because loves human products, especially those from Japan. And so imagine his excitement when word came around that a human girl, a human Japanese girl wandered into his territory.
He order his men to bring her to him, and promptly panics on his wardrobe.
What’s his objective? Simply to talk, primarily about the human world. He is pleasantly surprised to learn that the Final Fantasy franchise has reached 13.
But lo and behold an intruder attacks his territory that day.
He easily defeats the intruder, but the makes the mistake of overlooking a particular plant which crawled towards his room.
This particular plant, though, eats the human girl…
And so she’s now a ghost.
And thus Staz decides: They’ve got her soul and her bones, surely there’s a way to revive her. And so he stores the bones, and proceeds to research of a way to revive her.
But there’s one particular information that Fuyumi, the now dead human girl, forgot to tell Staz before: How she came to this world. And thus she eventually leads him to this black magic curtain that connects worlds.
But are they ready to make the jump towards the human world? Staz consults another demon to check and see if the recently spiritified Fuyumi can do a dimensional transfer.
Apparently, it’s fine. Coincidentally enough, a mimic just joined Staz’s men, and thus he now has an perfect body double to hold the fort of his territory once he goes to the human world accompanied by Fuyumi. Of course, it’s for the sake of going shopping!
It’s a fun show. It does seem like it’s a bit over the top in its gags and animations, but that’s likely intended. The crisp pace also goes well with its general absurdity. It gave off a similar impression as Hataraku Maou-sama. However the art feels a little rough, in the same way Beelzebub had rough art as well.