On the official page for the manga written and illustrated by Izumi Tsubaki, Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun ((Monthly Nozaki-Kun for girls) further details on the projects on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the literary franchise were communicated. The first of these is a temporary product store and the introduction of a β€œVolume 0” franchise.

The pop-up store will be available in Tokyo between August 7th and 23rd this year. In addition, several new limited edition products will be available as part of this celebration. On the other hand, the special edition of the thirteenth compilation volume due out in Japan on August 11th will include "Volume 0" performed by the character. Yumeko Nozaki, the protagonist's younger sister.

In addition, Tsubaki publishes the manga in the magazine Gangan Online from the publisher Square enix since August 2011. The publisher published the twelfth compilation volume on August 11 in Japan. The piece inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. Doga Kobo, Headed by Mitsue Yamazaki and scripts written by Yoshiko Nakamura, released July 2014. A short-lived, six-episode OVA was subsequently produced, but to date there is no reference to a second season.

Summary of Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun

The student Chiyo Sakura has been in love with her classmate Umetarou Nozaki for a long time. If she confesses her love, he confuses her with a fanatic and gives her his autograph. Confused, she tells him that she wants to be with him and Nozaki invites her to her house to help her with her work. It turns out that Nozaki is a well-known Shoujo manga artist who works under the name Sakiko Yumeno. She agrees to become his assistant to get closer to him. While they are working on their new manga "Koi Shiyo" they get to know their colleagues and serve as inspiration for the piece.

Fountain: Famitsu

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