As the girls enjoy themselves, Sakie attempts to ask Tetsuo out while Kyōko has a discussion about the legends concerning dullahans, leading to her first experience putting her head underwater. An television series adaptation by aired between January and March 2017. Volume 3 ranked 21st, selling 55,907 copies in its first week. Despite their constant bickering, they care about each other and have many similarities such as similar tastes in food and fashion. Volume 2 ranked at number 13 on the manga charts during its first week, selling 39,876 copies. She often tries to make her sister act more mature, but is unable to.
However, in recent years, they have become accepted as members of society. After Sakie mentions her interest in Tetsuo, Ugaki points out that, contradictory to what she had previously assumed, Tetsuo was actually affected by her aphrodisiac but had acted like he was not affected so as not to hurt Sakie's feelings. As the next term begins, Tetsuo converses with an invisible woman named Matsuri. The next day, as Himari scolds Hikari for not being able to sort out her own hair, Tetsuo brings up the possibility that. Later, Yuki becomes panicked after she overhears some girls badmouthing her behind her back, claiming that she is being full of herself, and seeks out Tetsuo's help.
The series' scripts is written by Takao Yoshioka, character designs are done by Tetsuya Kawakami, and music is composed by Masaru Yokoyama. Later, Kyōko finds herself in the biology prep room with an allegedly sleeping Tetsuo, unaware that he is actually awake. As Tetsuo struggles to talk with Sakie due to the measures she takes to keep her powers under control, one of his new students, a vampire named Hikari Takanashi, asks for his help in carrying the headless body of her classmate Kyōko Machi to the nurse's office. She will often text Takahashi to keep an eye on Hikari when she can't. A thirteenth episode aired on 29 June 2017.
Despite her lackadaisical nature, she often strives to help others in need. Despite being the older of the two sisters, Hikari acts as the younger, more child-like sister where as Himari acts as the more adult and mature one. As of December 2016, the series had over 1. Impressed by Hikari's determination, born from a promise made with Himari, the girls apologise to Yuki after she explains why she acts cautiously around others. Yuki also secretly a manga enthusiast and has a taste for multiple genres. Contrary to myths, she loves eating garlic and merely dislikes bright lights and warm temperatures. Receiving some advice on how to break the ice with her classmates, Kyōko asks Tetsuo to hug her head.
This revelation comes as a huge relief to Yuki, who realises her powers aren't actually capable of hurting others and starts to become more open with herself. Hikari has a tendency to hang out in Takahashi's biology room since it's cool and doesn't receive much sunlight. Using what he had learned, Tetsuo arranges with the principal to allow Kyōko to use a backpack instead of a regulation bag so she can carry her head around more easily, a deed that is only noticed by Sakie. Hikari will often want to hug or hold onto Yuki due her cold body temperature since vampires don't manage well in the heat. The series began serialization in 's Young Magazine the 3rd magazine in September 2014 and is being published in English by. Machi develops a crush on Tetsuo, due to his kind and caring nature.
During the date, Kyōko tells Tetsuo her concerns about her classmate, Yuki Kusakabe. They have lived alongside humans for ages under persecution. The next day, after meeting Hikari's human twin sister, Himari, Tetsuo spends some time with Hikari to learn some facts about real-world vampires. Upon learning of the situation after noticing Tetsuo distance himself from them, the girls send him a video message thanking him for everything he has done for them while Hikari thanks him in person. While Sato's nature as a succubus leads males to become attracted to her, she herself develops a crush on Tetsuo after coming to believe he is immune to her aphrodisiac effect. She is also the one who has to do Hikari's hair every morning. This leads to the formation of ice particles, which Tetsuo identifies as from her feet which had frozen because of emotional stress, deducing that Yuki's powers are tied to her negative feelings.
She avoids biting other people's necks, instead drinking blood packs sent by the government and using blood substitutes like tomato juice. After Sakie mentions her interest in Tetsuo to Ugaki, He points out that, contradictory to what she had previously assumed, Tetsuo was actually affected by her aphrodisiac but had acted like he was not affected so as not to hurt Sakie's feelings. After Hikari talks with Takahashi about Machi carrying her head in one hand and school bag in the other, Takahashi talks to the principal and the school allows Machi to wear a backpack for her convenience. The next day, the vice-principal reverses his decision, acknowledging how Tetsuo's efforts have inspired both his demi-human and human students. Takahashi is often the girls go-to person due to his knowledge on demis and his kind and helpful nature. Tetsuo Takahashi is a biology teacher who ends up teaching three such demis, hoping to understand more about them while also managing to catch their attention.
Hikari's mother is a vampire and her father is a human. Her favorite food is liver and onions. Having heard about this conflict, some of the regular students, including the girls who used to bully Yuki, discuss among themselves how they should get along with their demi schoolmates. Later, Hikari sets Kyōko up on a practice date with Tetsuo, who carries her head around while Hikari keeps her body at her house. Later, Yuki asks Tetsuo to help her learn how to control her snow woman abilities in order to beat the summer heat. Hearing Souma's theories on a dullahan's space-time potential, Kyōko starts to take an interest in researching more about dullahans.