On the Twitter account of the romance comedy manga »Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible« (Japanese: »Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai«) was released today announced that it will be adapted as an anime series. You can see a first visual later in this article.
Anime is created at Pine Jam
The series is being produced by Kazuomi Koga (»Rent-A-Girlfriend«) at Studio Pine Jam. Yuuya Takahashi (»Selection Project«) is writing the screenplay and taking on the series composition, while Yochiko Saitou (»Comic Girls«) is contributing to the character design.
The main roles are played by Kana Hanazawa (Mitsuri Kanroji in »Demon Slayer«) as Nagisa Kubo and Kengo Kawanishi (Muichirou Tokitou in »Demon Slayer«) to be heard as Junta Shiraishi.
The manga series »Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible« by Nene Yukimori has been published in »Young Jump« magazine since October 2019. The publisher Shueisha has published nine volumes in the Japanese trade so far. The work has not yet been licensed in this country.
High schooler Junta Shiraishi has a simple goal: a fulfilling youth. However, this goal seems more difficult than expected, since everyone around him often does not even notice him due to his lack of presence. In fact, this is so serious that people think his seat in class is always empty and mistakenly assume that he often skips school.
Nagisa Kubo, who is sitting next to him, is the only person who has noticed his existence so far. Unfortunately for him, Kubo teases him and often puts him in unexpected and unnerving situations. But when Kubo engages the reluctant Shiraishi in their playful antics, he’ll soon find that maybe his youth isn’t as boring as he first thought.
© Nene Yukimori, Shueisha