Another manga series currently being published by Shueisha is on the verge of an animated adaptation. let's talk about Kubo Won't Make Me Invisible by Nene Yukimori, published on the pages of Weekly Young Jump. Here's a new promotional image for the series, which is being produced by studio PINE JAM.

Ahead of the summer season, the anime adaptation of Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible has been confirmed. In light of the yet-to-be-mentioned debut, the production's official Twitter posted a new promotional image. there Key visual of the animetakes one of the opera's original scenes and features the protagonists Kubo-san and Shiraishi-kun sharing a headset to listen to music together.

The Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible anime is Directed by Kazuomi Koga, former director of Rent-A-Girlfriend, at animation studio PINE JAM. Character design will be handled by Yoshiko Sato, while Yuta Takahashi will handle series composition. Nagisa Kubo and Junta Shiraishi are voiced by Kana Hanazawa and Kengo Kawanishi, respectively.

Available to read on MANGA Plus, Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible narrates the Story of high school students Kubo and Shiraishiwho lack social skills. To spur him on, Kubo forces him to excel at school, and suddenly Shiraishi's lackluster life isn't as boring as it used to be.

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