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Mai-chan's Daily Life
Mai Chan's Daily Life Manga Cover.jpg
Mai-chan's Daily Life manga cover
まいちゃんの日常
(Mai-chan no Nichijō)
GenreGore/Splatter, Horror, Hentai, Black Comedy
Manga
Game Over
Written byWaita Uziga
Published bySanwa Shuppen
DemographicSeinen
ImprintSanwa Comics
MagazineAyla Deluxe
PublishedFebruary 24, 2003
Volumes1
Manga
Written byWaita Uziga
Published bySanwa Shuppen
DemographicSeinen
ImprintSanwa Comics
MagazineAyla Deluxe
PublishedApril 21, 2004
Volumes1
Live-action film
MAI CHAN'S Daily Life: THE MOVIE
Directed bySado Satō
Written bySado Satō
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Mai-chan's Daily Life (まいちゃんの日常, Mai-chan no Nichijō) is an ero guro tankōbon manga released in Japan consisting of 11 chapters and an omake, written and illustrated by Waita Uziga. It was published by Sanwa Shuppan on April 21, 2004, and serialized in Ayla Deluxe magazine. The manga was adapted from a previous ero guro manga written and illustrated by Waita Uziga, called Game Over, which is a compilation of 10 short stories. Two of the chapters were about Mai's story, the second chapter, "Mai-chan's Secret", and the third, "Mai-chan's Daily Life". Game Over was published on February 24, 2003 by Sanwa Shuppen, and serialized in Ayla Deluxe magazine.

A Mai-chan's Daily Life live-action film adaptation has been announced. It will be directed and written by Sado Satō, and An Koshi will play the female lead, Mai-chan.[1]

Plot[edit]

A young maid, referred to as "Mai-chan", happens to be immortal, and her mistress forces her to participate in sexual acts with customers, who are allowed to do whatever they want to her. As well as being immortal, she has the ability to regenerate, as does a young boy called Kizuna. A life of being sexually humiliated and dismembered daily ensues.

Characters[edit]

  • Mai: The titular character. She is an innocent, clumsy, 17-year-old maid who is immortal, and has the power to regenerate.
  • Kaede: Kaede is the chief maid of the mansion, and has a very sadistic personality. She enjoys the misfortune of Mai, who is sexually tortured every day. However, she does somewhat grow attached to Mai.
  • Kizuna: He is a young boy who is a masochist, and in the same constitution as Mai. Like Mai, he also, has the power to regenerate.
  • Sayurin: Sayurin was another maid like Mai who was forced to be sexually tortured and humiliated, but she was killed because she was not immortal.
  • George Reitman: The "President of 'A' country", and one of the customers who came to the mansion. He threatens to take Mai away to be used as a lab experiment, but Kaede saves Mai from this worse fate by impaling him in the skull.
  • Erumo Muraki: One of the customers who came to the mansion. A tsundere.

Media[edit]

Chapters[edit]

No.TitleRelease date ISBN
1Game OverFebruary 24, 2003ISBN 4883561658
  1. News
  2. Mai-chan's Secret
  3. Mai-Chan's Daily Life
  4. Hao Chi Feng Jiao
  5. Song Of The Dull Knife
  6. Dining Table Banquet
  7. Game Over
  8. The Lawless Area Of Oz
  9. Jingle Bells
  10. Guts Marin
No.TitleRelease date ISBN
1Mai-chan's Daily Life (まいちゃんの日常)April 21, 2004[2]ISBN 978-4883562473
  1. Chapter 1
  2. Chapter 2
  3. Chapter 3
  4. Chapter 4
  5. Chapter 5
  6. Chapter 6
  7. Chapter 7
  8. Chapter 8
  9. Chapter 9
  10. Chapter 10
  11. Chapter 11
  12. Omake

Live action film[edit]

A live action film adaptation entitled MAI CHAN'S Daily Life: THE MOVIE was announced on Friday, 14 March 2014 by the manga creator Waita Uziga. The blog has promised, "Entrails spewing all over! Gushing fresh blood! The immortal slave maid Mai-chan's clumsy, gruesome story is being made into a live-action film!" Casting choices for the film include An Koshi as the titular character, Mai-chan, Miyako Akane as a new character also named Miyako, Soaco Roman as the head maid, and Shogo Maruyama as the master of the residence. The film will be directed and written by Sado Satō, supervised by Waita Uziga, NeQro will collaborate on the sets, and Zerai Nao will be the film's total coordinator.[1]

Reception[edit]

The manga is well known for its grotesque material, and two scenes nearing the manga's end have become a popular internet meme and subject on 4chan. The title was included on She's Lost Control's "A Beginner's Guide to Eff’d-Up Hentai", which also includes Night Shift Nurses, Bible Black, and Imouto Paradise!.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Uziga's Adult Manga Mai-chan's Daily Life Gets Live-Action Film". Anime News Network. March 15, 2014. Retrieved July 7, 2014.
  2. ^ まいちゃんの日常 [Mai-chan's Daily Life]. Sanwa Comics. 2004. ISBN 978-4883562473. Retrieved July 7, 2014.
  3. ^ "A Beginner's Guide to Eff'd-Up Hentai". She's Lost Control. Retrieved July 7, 2014.

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