In an illustration for the sixty-ninth chapter in the manga series, written by and illustrated by Iro Aida, Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kunThe work has been reported to have more than 4.7 million copies in circulation, collected in its thirteen compilation volumes.

Aida began to publish the manga in the magazine Monthly G-Fantasy from the publisher Square enix in June 2014. The publisher published the thirteenth compilation volume on May 27th.

The piece inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. lark, Headed by Masaomi Andou and scripts from Yasuhiro Nakanishi, released in January 2020. So far there has been no evidence of a second season.

Synopsis of Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun

"Hanako-san, Hanako-san ... are you there?"

Rumors abound at Kamome Academy about the so-called seven secrets of the school, one of which is Hanako-san. It is said that if you use the third booth in the ladies' room on the third floor of the old school building, Hanako-san will grant your every wish as soon as you call her.

Nene Yashiro, a high school girl and an Academy occult student, ventures into this enchanted bathroom ... but the hanako-san everyone believed had nothing to do with what they imagined! It turns out Hanako-san from Kamome Academy is ... a boy!

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