On the official Twitter account the anime adaptation of »Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible« (Japanese: »Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai«) was released today announcedthat it will start on Japanese television in the course of the next year. You can see a first trailer further down in this article.
Anime is created at Pine Jam
»Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible« is being directed by Kazuomi Koga (»Rent-A-Girlfriend«) at Studio Pine Jam. The screenplay will be written by Yuuya Takahashi (»Selection Project«), who is also responsible for the composition of the series, while Yochiko Saitou (»Comic Girls«) will design the characters. A concrete start date is not yet available.
The two main characters are Kana Hanazawa (Saria in “The Fruit of Evolution”) as Nagisa Kubo and Kengo Kawanishi (Gen Asagiri in “Dr. STONE”) as Junta Shiraishi.
The original manga series was penned by Nene Yukimori and has been published in »Young Jump« magazine since October 2019. The publisher Shueisha has published nine volumes in the Japanese trade so far. In Germany, the work is available from VIZ Media in English.
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Junta Shiraishi disappears so much into the background that even his classmates don’t notice him. His goal is to make the most of his high school life, but that pesky invisibility gets in the way… until Nagisa Kubo notices him! Kubo’s playful teasing pushes Shiraishi out of his comfort zone and a friendship begins – or is it more?