Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear light novels have circulated over a million times

On the official page for the easy novel series by Kumano and illustrated by 029, Kuma Kuma Kuma BearThe cover of the sixteenth volume was unveiled, which will be released in Japan on September 25th.

In addition, the headline on the cover revealed that the work has more than a million copies in circulation that have accumulated between the volumes of the light novels and the manga adaptation. For his part, Kumano began posting the novels on the website Shousetsuka ni Narou! 2014 later the publisher Shufu to Seikatsu Sha began its publication on paper in May 2015. The publisher published the fifteenth volume on May 22nd.

A manga adaptation by Sergei is published in the journal Comic PASH! from Shufu to Seikatsu Sha Verlag since March 2018. The publisher published the fourth compiled volume on March 27th. Finally, an anime adaptation by the studios EMT squared, Headed by Hisashi ishii and scripts written by Takashi Aoshima, should have its premiere on October 7th.

Synopsis of Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear

Yuna, a fifteen year old girl, starts playing her first VRMMO game. She has raised billions of yen in stocks and is only at home to gamble without going to school. Today a major update hit the game and she is getting a super rare, non-transferable bear costume.

But using it is so embarrassing that you don't dare equip it, it doesn't even help the fact that it's just a game. If you answer the satisfaction survey about the new update and restart the game, it will find out that she is in a strange forest and wearing the suit.

Where am I? A message from God? Another world? When she wears the bear suit (which is a very powerful item) it means that she is invincible, but when she takes it off she is just a normal girl. The adventure that Yuna never asked for has only just begun!

Source: Official Twitter account

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