Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid

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Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid (Japanese 小林さんちのメイドラゴン or Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon) is a manga series written and illustrated by Japanese author CoolKyoushinsha, and later adapted into an Anime series by Kyoto Animation. The story centers around the character Miss Kobayashi, an average office worker who finds herself living alongside a dragon from another world named Tohru who works as her house maid. The story follows their everyday adventures as Tohru learns how to live alongside humans and become a proper maid for Kobayashi.


The original manga was first published on Futabasha's Monthly Action Magazine in May 25th, 2013. Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the series for North America with the first volume being published in October, 2016. A spin-off series titled Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid: Kanna's Everyday Life Began serialization on Monthly Action Magazine in December 24th, 2016.

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The manga was adapted into an animated series by Kyoto Animation with the first episode premiering in Japan on January 11th, 2017. Funimation premiered the english dub version of the anime on their streaming service on February 1st, 2017[1]. The anime ran for a total of a 13 episodes with the finale airing on April 5th, 2017.


On October 7th, 2016, a page for the anime series was created on TV Tropes.[3] On December 18th, the /r/DragonMaid[6] subreddit was launched for discussions about the series. On January 11th, 2017, YouTuber Dario99 uploaded an anime music video featuring scenes from Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid accompanied by the song "Can't Get Enough" by Blockheads (shown below).

On February 11th, Redditor KiwiSkis submitted several chat stickers based on the show to /r/anime, where they gathered upwards of 2,500 votes (98% upvoted) and 130 comments within five days. On Tumblr,[2] GIFs screen captures and animated GIFs from the anime are often posted under the keywords "kobayashi-san chi no maid dragon."[2] On Facebook, a fan page dedicated to the series gathered over 10.000 likes and followers.[8]

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Fanart featuring the series can be primarily found on the Japanese art sharing site pixiv where using the keyword "小林さんちのメイドラゴン" would yield more than 2.500 results.[7]

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As of April 2017, the anime series has a score of 7.5/10 on IMDB[4] and a 8.27/10 on MyAnimeList.[5] The manga received a score of 7.91/10 on MyAnimeList.[11]

MILF Coded

MILF Coded is a fictional term given to describe the character Quetzalcoatl or Lucoa. The term was coined by Tumblr user excusemethatsnotcanon, who used it as part of their criticism of the series's sexual themes,[9] and later picked up by fans to mock its nonexistent meaning.


Ravioli Ravioli Don't Fuck the Dragon Loli

"Ravioli Ravioli Don't Fuck the Dragon Loli" or "Ravioli Ravioli Don't Lewd the Dragon Loli" is a catchphrase adopted by fans of the series that is used to mock sexualized depictions of the character Kanna Kamui due to being canonically underage. A variation of Ravioli Ravioli Give Me the Formuoli, the catchphrase was coined by Twitter user @Krxnos in a tweet that was posted on February 9th, 2017.[10]

Kanna Eating

Kanna Eating refers to a number of memorable scenes of the character Kanna Kamui eating various delicacies throughout the anime. These scenes became popular with fans, inspiring various edits and remixes.

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I am AHO Right?

>MFW a manga I've been following for years finally gets a great anime adaptation.

>MFW tumblr instantly judges it to be trashy titty waifu animu.

>MFW people on KYM think it's trashy haremshit. (and compare it to Monster Musume of all things!)

>MFW when nobody seems to realizes that this is a top-tier slice-of-life yuri series by an author whith excellent writing whose only flaw is his inability to not put his fetishes into his SFW works.

>MFW it's getting dubbed.

>MFW it probably doesn't even matter what plebs in the West think since as long as it's popular in Japan, where it matters, it will always have a future, especially since Cool Kyoushinsha is such an in-demand mangaka.

You can choose to not watch AotY, but if you refuse to only because you lack the media literacy to understand what this show is actually about at first glance, than that's just… that's just so


>mfw unfunny tumblr funnyman jackoffs spammed "LE ANIMU WUZ A MISTAEK MAYMAY" so much because of a single boob joke that people have rightfully gotten sick of both them and that shit joke that Miyazaki never even actually said anyway.

>mfw the more they throw a fit over it, the more attention they bring to it and the more they annoy people who otherwise likely would've not cared at all into watching it purely out of spite not unlike a certain cartoon

>mfw it's blowing up in popularity in the western hemisphere and they have only themselves to blame for encouraging it indirectly


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