April 15, 2021 will mark the 10th anniversary of the premiere of the animated light novel adaptation Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko ((Ground control for psychoelectric girl). The studios' official Twitter account wave shared a special illustration to commemorate the occasion.

Light novels by Hitoma Iruma and illustrated by Buriki were published through the publisher's label Dengeki Bunko between January 2009 and April 2011 at the publisher Kadokawa Publication of a total of eight volumes. The piece inspired a manga adaptation by the hand of Masato Yamanae and published between October 2010 and September 2013.

On the other hand, the animated adaptation was produced by the studios wave, Headed by Akiyuki Shinbo Y. Yukihiro Miyamotoand scripts from Yuniko Ayanaand aired twelve episodes during the spring 2011 season (April-June).

Synopsis of Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko

Makoto Niwa meticulously reports on the number of positive and negative youth experiences he has to qualify his own life. When his parents go abroad, he moves to a new town to live with his aunt. He welcomes the change and is ready for a fresh start. Ordinary as he imagined his youth to be, he could never have contemplated the existence of an enigmatic, long-lost cousin.

When he moves into his aunt's house, he discovers the cousin he has never known: Erio Touwa. Although she is Makoto's age, she couldn't be more different: Erio wraps himself in a futon all day instead of going to school. He even claims to be an alien, and with a language pattern and personality to support him, any normal life possibility that Makoto dreamed of is instantly thrown out the window. When he meets a bunch of other eccentric girls around town, Makoto faces the opportunity to see his childhood spots in red. However, you will be surprised how exciting an abnormal youth can be.

Fountain: Official Twitter account

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