Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou 4-koma Anthology (モンスター娘のいる日常 4コマアンソロジー Monsutā Musume no Iru Nichijō Yonkoma Ansorojī) Volume 2, also known as Monster Musume: I ♥ Monster Girls Volume 2, is the second volume of a compilation of 4koma comics created by professional and amateur artists that have been submitted as fan-parodies of the Monster Musumecharacters and universe.
While the initial comics were presented on the manga's official website, they were later collected and published in tankōbon volumes by Tokuma Shoten in Japan and translated for an English release by Seven Seas Entertainment.
Volume two was released in Japan by Tokuma Shoten on the 12th, September 2015, and translated and released for English audiences by Seven Seas Entertainment on the 12th, July 2016.
Title: Papi in the Bird's Cafe (P01) Artist: Nobuyoshi-Samurai (Torikissa! (Bird Cafe!), Co-Op Samurai 203 circle) Plot: Papi get's lost while taking a shortcut home and finds herself at the Birdhouse Cafe.
Title: Studying with Monster Girls! (P27) Artist: Zank (Shirakabadori circle) Plot: While studying about the various cultures of his house guests, Kimihito asks the girls where they learned about human society.
Title: Spooking The Spider (P43) Artist: 221 (tsutsuichi) (Mako-san to Hachisuka-kun, Karibanizumu circle) Plot: Becoming annoyed with Rachnera's "cool" personality, Miia attempts to "bring her down a peg".
Title: Not-So-Everyday Life with a Carnal Beast (P83) Artist: Horitomo (The Girl I Like is a Monster Girl) Plot: The girls must deal with Kimihito's carnal instincts when he is accidentally turned into a tentacle monster.
Title: Yearning for the Stars (P105) Artist: Tottori-saQ (Oukokuchou Sorasore, Kyōkai Senjō no Limbo) Plot: When Meroune expresses her interest in the mythological stories behind astronomy, Kimihito and the other girls also become interested in the subject.
In I'm Sure They'll Get Bigger, Zombina makes reference to the events of Chapter 22 where she goes on a date with Kimihito Kurusu to lure out "D".
The "Spider-hero" movies that Rachnera discovers in Direct-to-Video are references to the films in the Spider-man Trilogy (2002-2004) and The Amazing Spider-man (2012) film.
Yonkoma manga (4コマ漫画, "four cell manga", or 4-koma for short) is a comic-strip format that generally consists of gag comic strips within four panels of equal size ordered from top to bottom. It is the preferred format for newspaper comics.