Koi to Yobu ni wa Kimochi Warui / Koikimo mangaka thanks fans with original illustrations on Twitter as a thank you for supporting their work for five years.

Mogusu, author and artist of the Koi to Yobu ni wa Kimochi Warui digital manga (aka Koikimo) thanks fans on Twitter with an original illustration for supporting his work for five years prior to the release of the anime adaptation.

“The eighth final volume is released today,” Mogusu wrote on Twitter. “It is thanks to all of you who have supported me that I was able to continue drawing up to here. Thank you very much for reading Koi to Yobu ni wa Kimochi Warui For almost five years! “

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Koi to Yobu ni wa Kimochi Warui It was originally serialized on the popular Japanese art website Pixiv from January to October 2015, where it garnered over 3.5 million views. After posting 56 chapters on the platform and on the POOL webcomic streaming site between June 2016 and March 2021, the total circulation of Mogusu’s manga series exceeded 1.2 million copies.

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As an important testament to Mogusu’s success, Koi to Yobu ni wa Kimochi Warui has been adapted into a television anime series by animation studio Nomad, which will debut in Japan on April 5. The anime series has also been chosen by Crunchyroll for simulcast around the world.

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The synopsis for the anime adaptation reads as follows:

“One rainy day, Ryo Amakusa, an office worker, was rescued by an unknown high school girl at the station. He learns that the girl is best friends with his sister, Ichika Arima. Ryo, who often gets into trouble Due to women, he proposes kisses and dates with Ichika as a way of thanking him, but is rejected as ‘disgusting’. However, he opens a new door in Ryo’s mind, and he falls madly in love with her. Since that day, Ryo’s direct approaches and expressions of love have continued every day. Ichika, who is totally uncomfortable with the situation, abuses him mercilessly, but he always receives it as an indirect expression of her affection for him … “

Naomi Nakayama from My hero academia is attached as series director, along with Mariko Fujita as character designer and chief animation director, and Yuko Kakihara as series writer. Fujita has previously worked on Sakura Card Captor, Rurouni Kenshin: The Movie, Y Strawberry marshmallow. Kakihara has worked on Cells at work!, Aikatsu, Y Stitch.

Mogusu’s manga series is not currently available in English for the US market, but US anime fans can still look forward to Crunchyroll’s simulcast of the anime adaptation in April.

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Source: Twitter, via Crunchyroll

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