Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible Reveals Winter Release Window With New Poster

Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible has been steadily preparing for its anime adaptation debut, and the series has revealed its narrowed release window with a new poster! Nene Yukimori's Weekly Young Jump series has been picking up steam with fans as it continues to bring its central duo closer together, so it was no real surprise to see that the franchise would be getting its own adaptation soon. After revealing some brief glimpses at its new series with its promotional materials so far, now there's some more concrete information about what to expect from its premiere coming next year.

Previously confirming a release for the new anime some time next year, Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible has now confirmed it will be airing during the Winter 2023 anime schedule beginning this January. It has yet to set a concrete release date as of this writing, but to celebrate the narrowed down release window we have gotten a brand new poster for the new anime! You can check it out below as released on Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible's official Twitter account: 

Joining the previous announced cast of Kana Hanazawa as Nagisa Kubo and Kengo Kawanishi as Junta Shiraishi are the newly announced additions (seen in the above poster) of Miku Itо as Akina Kubo and Sora Amamiya as Saki Kubo. Directed by Rent-A-Girlfriend director Kazuomi Koga for studio PINE JAM, Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible will also feature series composition from Yuta Takahashi, and character designs by Yoshiko Sato. 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. 

They officially tease the original manga release of 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!"

Are you excited to see Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible getting its official anime debut next year? What are you most hoping to see in the new anime? 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!