On the official page for the manga written and illustrated by Fujita, Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii ((Wotakoi: Love is difficult for otaku) a 15-second commercial was released for the project's next OVA. The commercial starts at 5:15 am and shows a fragment of the musical theme "Love or Respect", which was created by the characters Narumi Momose (Arisa date) and Hirotaka Nifuji (Kento itou).

This OVA will be included in the special and limited edition of the tenth compilation volume of the manga, due to be released in Japan on February 26, 2021. In fact, it's the second OVA of this production, and it focuses on the characters Naoya Nifuji and Kou. Sakuragi. It is worth mentioning that the production is carried out by the studios Lapin Track, Instead of A-1 pictures.

For its part, Fujita began publishing the manga through the website Comic pool from the publisher Ichijinsha In November 2015, however, he had already published it as a webcomic on Pixiv since April 2014. The publisher published the ninth compiled volume on August 5 in Japan. Ultimately, the piece inspired an eleven-episode anime adaptation that was produced by the studios. A-1 picturesunder the guidance and scripts of Yoshimasa hiraike, published April 2018.

Synopsis of Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii

Narumi Momose is an adorable young woman who likes idols, games, and anything anime or manga related, especially in the yaoi genre. In other words, it's an otaku cabinet, and more precisely a fujoshi. After a love break because of these types of interests, she quits her job and joins a new company. At his new workplace, Hirotaka Nifuji, his childhood friend, a gaming otaku, are the only colleagues who know his secret. Hanako Koyanagi, a mature looking beautiful woman; and Tarou Kabakura, an attractive guy with a creepy face who always gets into an argument with Hanako.

Source: Official Twitter account

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