Girlfriend, Girlfriend: 2 season Of The Anime in 2022!

Television anime based on Hiroyuki’s Girlfriend, Girlfriend (Kanojo mo Kanojo) manga has been given the go-ahead to produce a second season, according to the show’s official website, which made the announcement on Friday. Hiroyuki has been building up to this image on Twitter with a series of teaser posts from Monday through Friday.

On July 2 at 2:25 a.m. (effectively, July 3), the anime debuted on the Animeism block on MBS and TBS. This anime is being broadcast in Japan at the same time as it is being shown on Crunchyroll.

The anime features the voices of Junya Enoki as Naoya Mukai, Ayane Sakura as Saki Saki, Azumi Waki as Nagisa Minase, Ayana Taketatsu as Rika Hoshizaki, and Rie Takahashi as Shino Kiryu.

On April 6, Kodansha Comics began a digital release of the manga, which reads like this:

Naoya has started dating the stunning Saki-chan, and although their opposing personalities frequently make them seem like ice and fire, they are hopelessly, irrevocably in love with each other. After promising he’ll never cheat again, another revelation arrives out of the blue.

Nagisa is adorable and thoughtful; from making him lunch, she also made him some cookies! He has no desire to cheat, but he also can’t let such a cute girl get away, so he does the obvious; thing and asks her out on a date.

Approaches Saki for approval of a date with both of them. Whoa, look at that assurance! How conceited! Just look at that gall! It doesn’t matter what happens, Naoya’s future will be exciting!

The anime is being directed by Satoshi Kuwabara (The Quintessential Quintuplets) at Tezuka Productions. Series scripts are handled by Keiichir chi (The Quintessential Quintuplets).

Girlfriend, Girlfriend
Girlfriend, Girlfriend

Character designs and lead animation direction are being handled by Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions’ Akiko Toyoda. The writers are Keiichir chi, Kazuhiko Inukai, and Mayumi Morita. Both Miki Sakurai and Tatsuhiko Saiki are responsible for the score’s composition.

In March of 2020, Hiroyuki debuted the manga in Kodansha’s Weekly Shnen Magazine.

Three of Hiroyuki’s manga have been adapted into TV shows: Aho Girl, The Comic Artist and His Assistants, and Doujin Work. The Doujin Work manga was published by Media Blasters, and the Aho Girl manga was published in English by Kodansha Comics.

The Doujin Work anime was released on DVD by AnimeWorks and Media Blasters, while the The Comic Artist and His Assistants anime was published on Blu-ray Disc and DVD by Sentai Filmworks.

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