Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible is getting ready for its official anime adaptation debut next year, and the series has teased a new look at what to expect with a new poster for the anime! Nene Yukimori's romantic comedy manga series has been picking up steam in the pages of Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump magazine since its initial debut a few years ago, and now the series will likely hit a whole new wave of fans when it gets its own anime adaptation next year. With its premiere inching closer, fans are getting more details about its production!
Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible is getting ready to launch its official anime adaptation next January as part of the Winter 2023 slate of new anime releases, and with its upcoming premiere getting so close the official Twitter account for the series has dropped a new poster showing off the main cast of the new anime! It's the best look at the central cast that the anime has revealed yet, and it won't be too much longer until we get to see it in motion. You can check out Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible's new anime poster below:
How to Check Out Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible
Directed by Rent-A-Girlfriend director Kazuomi Koga for studio PINE JAM, Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible will be premiering in Japan some time in January 2023. The anime will feature series composition from Yuta Takahashi, character designs by Yoshiko Sato, and an ending theme titled "Kasuka de Tashika" as performed by Dialogue+. The main cast of the series includes the likes of Kana Hanazawa as Nagisa Kubo (who will also be performing the opening theme), Kengo Kawanishi as Junta Shiraishi, Miku Itо as Akina Kubo, Sora Amamiya as Saki Kubo, Ai Kakuma as Hazuki Kudo, and Ayana Taketatsu as Tamao Taira.
If you wanted to check out the manga before the anime's premiere, Viz Media has officially licensed Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible for an English language release (which is available on their Shonen Jump digital library) and tease the series as such, "When Kubo sits next to Shiraishi in their first year of high school, Shiraishi's nonexistent social skills get a boost. Speaking up in class is only the beginning for Shiraishi—soon Kubo forces him to be noticed at school, at the bookstore, and all around town. Shiraishi's once-lackluster life isn't so dull anymore!"
How do you feel about this newest look at Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible? Will you be checking it out when the anime premieres next year? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!0comments