Mieruko-chan, the standout 2018 horror manga written by Tomoki Izumi, may get an anime adaptation soonaccording to the first rumors. In fact, a few hours ago the news of the registration of a web domain appeared on the Internet, and since the work is far from anniversaries and the like, it is extremely likely that it will be a TV adaptation.
Mieruko-chan is a manga that was published on the pages of ComicWalker in November 2018. immediately became a cult for fans Thanks to the charisma of the protagonist and the spectacular design of the monsters. The series has only 4 volumes published and the rights have already been acquired in the US, where Yen Press has already distributed the first two. The work is currently unpublished in Italy.
Izumi's Horror / Slice of Life synopsis reads as follows: "Miko is a student like many others, but her life takes a strange turn when she suddenly sees grotesque demonic creatures everywhere. Although Miko is afraid of what happened, she lives on with her life as if nothing had happened, hoping that that way the ghosts will leave her alone. However, monsters can also be a premonition of what is about to happen, and once Miko learns it, he will have to decide when and how to step in to save the lives of loved ones.".
The work is very popular in Japan and an anime could undoubtedly make it more popular in the West, where it still has hundreds of thousands of monthly readers. The domain registration cannot be taken as official confirmation, but given that the announcements of the Chainsaw Man anime and SAO movie were also expected a few months ago, we can certainly take it as an important clue.
A domain registration on a website indicates that the horror comedy "Mieruko-chan" by Tomoki Izumi is getting an anime adaptation.
Nothing confirmed as usual. pic.twitter.com/TUqI2JWBGS- Manga Mogura RE (@MangaMoguraRE) March 8, 2021