On the official page for the anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by Tomoki izumi, Mieruko-chan, the cover art and details of the second compilation of the project's Blu-ray / DVD package have been revealed. This cover shows the character Hana Yurikawa.
This second package is due to be released in Japan on January 26, 2022 and contains the fifth to eighth episodes of this adaptation project. The Blu-ray version costs 14,300 yen (about $ 124), while the DVD version 12,100 yen (withAbout $ 105). The package includes a special brochure with production material and an additional cover with the "ghost sight"As well as a story told by Kaede hondo (Hana Yurikawa's voice) and audio commentary from the voice actress.
The series Mieruko-chan was broadcast during the fall 2021 season (October-December) and had a total of twelve episodes while the platform Funimation takes care of the spread in the west. Izumi started publishing the manga through the magazine ComicWalker from the publisher Kadokawa in November 2018. The publisher released the fifth compilation volume on March 22nd, followed by the sixth on October 22nd in Japan.
- Yuuki ogawa (FLCL Progressive, Ishuzoku Reviewers, Ooyasan wa Shishunki!) was responsible for directing the anime in the studios passion.
- Kenta Ihara (Kyuukyoku Shinka Shita Full Dive RPG ga Genjitsu yori mo Kusoge Dattara, Ore dake Haireru Kakushi Dungeon, Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu) was responsible for writing and overseeing the scripts.
- Chikashi kadekaru (Houkago Mania Club: Koi no Hoshii no, Juuni Taisen, Ta ga Tame no Alchemist) was responsible for character design and animation direction while Makoto One (Choujuushin Gravion, High School DxD Hero, Seikon no Qwaser) was responsible for the design of the monsters.
Summary of Mieruko-chan
Miko Yotsuya's eyes water as she fixes a single point on her phone, ignores another hideous and horrific monster on her face, and utters the haunting words, "Can you see me?" So far, Miko was enjoying her unpretentious high school days, where late-night horror shows were only for entertainment. But for a fateful day, she has been the only person who is aware of the invisible monsters that roam freely between people.
Miko courageously makes a courageous decision: under no circumstances will she acknowledge the presence of the hideous ghosts. Although she pretends she doesn't exist, she can see her upset those around her, especially her best friend, the energetic and charming Hana Yurikawa. To protect her from the annoyances of the monsters, Miko does her best to continue her school life and avoid all annoying crises, even if they scare her into tears.
Fountain: official page
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