Enthusiasts of Kotatsu's unique, rejoice! The quirky and beloved manga "Somehow, I Started Living With a NEET Otaku Kunoichi" (NEET Kunoichi to Nazeka Dousei Hajimemashita) is set to leap from page to screen, as confirmed by a recent press release. While the announcement teems with details regarding the creative ensemble and voice actors, the premiere date remains shrouded in mystery.

Since its inception in Dengeki Moeoh magazine, published by Kadokawa in August 2021, the manga continues to capture hearts. Kotatsu's artistic prowess isn't limited to manga; they also breathe life into light novels, notably β€œIt Was Insanely Too Late to Incarnate!” (Ososugita Isekai Tensei: Jinrui wo Horoboshita Maou desu kedo Yokattara Uchi de Hatarakimasen ka?).

Meet the Voices

While official romanizations await confirmation, the announced cast is set to include:

  • Hinaki Yano as Shizuri Deura.
  • Shouya Ishige as Tsukasa.
  • Shigeru Chiba as the Narrator.

Behind the Scenes

  • Hisashi Saitou, known for works such as Sora no Otoshimono and Shinmai Maou no Testament, will helm the direction at Quad studios.
  • Takashi Aoshima, celebrated for scripting No Game No Life and Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai!, supervises the screenplay.
  • Masahiko Suzuki, the creative force behind Kami no Tou: Tower of God, takes on character design and animation direction.
  • CMJK lends their musical genius for the soundtrack composition.

Synopsis Peek

Otaku Kunoichi equates to a NEET with a twist – a girl devoid of romantic entanglements. Tsukasa, an average salaryman, finds his life upended by a Youma attack, only to be rescued by Shizuri, a kunoichi prodigy. Yet, her off-duty life is that of a NEET otaku. Now, Tsukasa's domestic prowess is put to the test as he caters to Shizuri's whims. A tale of unconventional domesticity, served straight to your doorstep.

Source: Comic Natalie


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