A rumor has been spreading on the social network in the past few hours Weibo about the possible anime adaptation for the manga series written and illustrated by Miki Yoshikawa, Kakkou no Iinazuke (also known as Cuckoo's fiancée). According to rumors, the official announcement could be released in the next few days. Let's keep in mind that this Chinese social website is known for the leaks about anime and manga franchises that usually arise from it. However, there are no references or official releases from the official accounts for the manga and its respective publisher.
Yoshikawa started publishing the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen Magazine from the publisher Kodansha in January 2020 after it was published within three one-shots in early 2019 and voted for serialization. The publisher released the fifth compiled volume on January 17 in Japan.
The author is known to have written the manga Yamada-kun to 7-nin no MajoKodansha-Verlag has compiled the work into a total of 28 volumes, and the manga inspired a twelve-episode anime directed by Tomoki Takuno in studies Liden Films and published in April 2015.
Synopsis of Kakkou no Iinazuke
Nagi Umino, a sophomore at a prestigious high school, discovers that he was mistakenly delivered from the hospital to another family when he was born. One day, on the way to his birth parents, he meets Erika Amano, a strange girl who tries to escape her parents' arranged marriage. But Nagi and Erika discover that they have a lot more in common than they think!
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