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Yes, that is the Scatman.

Tokyo Fetish Mew is a fanime created by Missy R. which was made to be a Spin-Off of Tokyo Mew Mew.

The story is based on the character of Akane Shibari who joins forces with a bunch of other girls with various kinks in an attempt to fight off monsters created by puritans who want to enforce vanilla as the way to go. No one really wants to support this team and their ideals, so they're basically on their own.

There are ten episodes made and released, and they can be found here.


This fanime contains examples of:

  • Art Shift: The styles sometimes change with each frame, to the point where some frames are drawn by different people.
  • Deliberately Monochrome: In episode 10, it starts out black and white as Akane starts to murder every one of her teammates, starting with Tomoko. As she injures every member, the saturation starts to increase until it is in full color again.
  • Everybody Laughs Ending: At the end of Episode 5.
    Shizuka: Alright guys! The food is ready!
    Tomoko: Good. Now let's get to eating before Chiyo does.
    (Everyone laughs, followed by a beat)
    Chiyo: Wait. That's not funny.
  • Face–Heel Turn: In the final episode, Akane changes from Mew BDSM to Mew Guro and kills everyone else on her team.
  • Fan Disservice: After showing rather Fanservice-y shots of Akane and Shizuka in their swimsuits in Episode 5, it does a Jump Cut to Chiyo in her swimsuit looking rather grossly detailed.
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  • Gross-Up Close-Up: To the teacher's foot in Episode 1.
  • Heroic RRoD: In Episode 6, an effect caused by the Monster of the Week causes all players who pass second base to faint from sudden exhaustion.
  • Innocent Innuendo: The beginning of Episode 2 has Akane and Chiyo panting heavily until it's revealed that they are making a huge model of the Titanic.
  • It Always Rains at Funerals: It rains at Shizuka's funeral at the beginning of episode 9.
  • Larynx Dissonance: Rorita has a deep male voice.
  • Love Triangle: Between Akane, Chiyo and Rei. Akane and Chiyo are a couple, but Rei wishes to be with Akane. Word of God says that Rei ultimately wishes to be in a three way relationships with both of them, despite how much the two of them don't get along.
  • Mouth Cam: In episode 10, there is a shot from inside the mouth of Akane as she pushes a knife into the back of her throat.
  • Omake: Rorita's Nuggets Of Wisdom, which are basically 10 second snippets of Rorita's voice actor saying things out of context.
  • The Power of Rock: Haruka sings a song to defeat a monster in Episode 5. This is lampshaded.
    Monster: Please explain what that was trying to do.
    Haruka: I don't know, I thought a song might be your weak spot.
    Monster: (starts to break apart) Damn it. You're right.
  • Puppeteer Parasite: The teddy bears from Episode 3.
  • Shout-Out: The museum in Episode 4 has several hanging pictures of characters from other fanimes.
  • Stealth Pun: Why is there a Mew Scatman? Because it was the least gross (and most humorous) way to have a Mew representing the scat fetish.
  • Stress Vomit: Akane is implied to have done this inbetween episodes 9 and 10 after the Surprise Incest Reveal.
  • Synchro-Vox: In the April Fools episode it features a brief scene where Shizuka's mouth is replaced with that of the creator.
  • Title Drop: In every episode apart from the first episode, Chiyo drops the episode title in her dialogue.
  • Wham Line: Mew Pregnancy explaining how every Mew on the team is technically related.
  • Whip It Good: In some episodes Akane has been seen brandishing a whip.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Akane has bright pink hair, Rei has dark blue hair, Shizuka has light purple hair and Tomoko has dark pink hair.


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