The Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible release date will be in 2023, as confirmed by the first Kubo-san wa Mobu o Yurusanai anime trailer released earlier today.
The teaser trailer provides a glimpse into MC Junta Shiraishi and the titular Kubo.
Take a look:
The Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible anime: What we know so far
Apart from it being scheduled for a 2023 release, the Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible anime (久保さんは僕を許さない , Kubo-san wa Mobu o Yurusanai) has yet to receive an exact premiere date.
What we know so far is that the anime is being produced by Pine Jam (Gleipnir), with the main staff including:
- Kazuomi Koga (Rent-A-Girlfriend) — director
- Yūya Takahashi (Tiger & Bunny) — scriptwriter
- Yoshiko Saitō (the 7 Seeds ONA) — character designer
As for the seiyuu, only those to voice the two main characters have been announced:
- Kana Hanazawa (The Legend of Hei’s Luo Xiaohei) — Nagisa Kubo
- Kengo Kawanishi (Psycho-Pass 2’s Kyohei Otsu) — Junta Shiraishi
The Kubo-san wa Mobu o Yurusanai anime adaptation was first announced on May 13, 2022, whereby the first anime visual was released. Following the announcement, the official webpage for the project was launched shortly.
The Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible manga
The Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible anime is inspired by the eponymous ongoing manga series by Nene Yukimori that began in October 2019. The manga is serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump Magazine and published under the Young Jump Comics label. As of May 2022, the individual chapters have been collected into nine tankōbon volumes.
Kubo-san wa Mobu o Yurusanai centers on first-year high school student Junta Shiraishi, who is so quiet that he’s almost invisible. More precisely, neither his teachers nor his classmates notice him at all! Except for his classmate Nagisa Kubo, that is.
As fate would have it, Kubo is rather outgoing and is dead set on making Junta do all kinds of things that will make him stand out.
The manga being a rom-com, the two will slowly start developing a deeper relationship.
Unlike other popular manga following a similar plot, Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible falls under the seinen genre and targets young adult audiences. Stay tuned for future updates!