Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible is Getting an Anime Adaptation!

The anime version of the hit romantic comedy series Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible has been confirmed. Manga for the show follows a similar formula to that of Teasing Master Takagi-San, to which it is frequently likened. Pine Jam, who is also responsible for the Netflix OVA Hozuki’s Coolheadedness, will create the anime adaptation.

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What is Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible About?

Follow Junta Shiraishi, a typical high school student who just wants to have fun and enjoy his youth, in this romantic comedy. Due to his lack of prominence, most of the students at his school are only dimly aware of his existence. Most people think he doesn’t show up to school on most days, and that his empty seat in class is proof of that.

Due of the rarity of Junta sightings, many people believe that they have good luck if they experience one today. Only Nagisa Kubo, a girl who sits next to him in class, ever pays attention to him. She likes to tease him, so she regularly puts him in precarious positions. Rapidly, Junta comes to the conclusion that his high school years would be far more eventful than he had anticipated.

When Will Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible Release?

Production of the anime has only recently been given the go-ahead. The second part of 2022 is when we may expect to get additional information and updates regarding the timeline. On Friday, the news was released via Shueisha’s official Twitter account.

Only the name of the production company and a celebration illustration by the manga’s creator have been revealed thus far. Only eight volumes have been published, therefore the anime will probably drop in a few parts, each including 12-14 episodes. On current form, we shouldn’t expect to see Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible on shelves until at least the spring or summer of 2023.

Where Can I Watch Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible?

Neither a streaming service nor a broadcast schedule for the anime has been confirmed as of yet. A few months prior to the anime’s premiere, details such as TV broadcast blocks and announcements for streaming sites are typically announced.

Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible
Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible

You may expect an English dub to follow the Japanese audio release if Crunchyroll agrees to stream the animation, and it will likely be included in the seasonal anime programme.

Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible Cast

Pine Jam will be assisting with the release of the anime. It has been confirmed who voices the anime’s two main characters:

  • Kana Hanazawa as Nagisa Kubo
  • Kengo Kawanishi as Junta Shiraishi

Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible Official Manga Trailer

FAQs

Q. What About the Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible Manga?

Since 2019, Nene Yukimori’s manga has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump, and it may be read for free online at the Viz Media website or purchased digitally on Manga Plus.

The rights to translate and publish the manga in English have been licensed by Viz Media. Manga fans can find a large selection of titles to read online at Viz Media. Free access to the first three chapters is standard. In order to read the rest of the chapters, you must sign up for a $1.99/month membership.

Q. What are some other series you should check out if you like Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible?

A. Kubo High school romance comedies like Won’t Let Me Be Invisible are extremely common. This category includes a wide variety of manga titles that have lately been adapted into anime. A Couple of Cuckoos and Shikimori is not Just a Cutie, both released in the spring of 2022, are examples of comedies about tense but amusing relationships. Two other excellent manga series with anime adaptations are Teasing Master Takagi-san and My Dress-Up Darling.

Q. How many episodes will Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible anime have?

A, In all likelihood, the anime will be faithful to the source material, the manga. However, there are currently nearly nine volumes of manga, so a 20-episode adaptation is well within reach. Like Spy x Family, which will air its first season in the spring of 2022 and it’s second in the fall of the same year, it’s likely that the anime will air in two parts.

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