The editorial Panini Manga Mexico reported on his official Twitter account that he licensed the manga written and illustrated by Iro Aida, Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun ((Toilet-bound Hanako-Kun) for publication in Mexico. The statement states that the monthly release is expected to start in April this year. The volumes have dimensions of 13 × 18 cm and a unit price of 129.00 Mexican pesos after the price increase previously announced by the publisher.

Aida started publishing the manga through the magazine Monthly G-Fantasy from the publisher Square enix in June 2014. The publisher published the 13th compiled volume in May 2020, followed by the 14th in November 2020 in Japan.

The piece inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. lark, Headed by Masaomi Andou and scripts from Yasuhiro Nakanishi, published in January 2020 and with Funimation responsible for distribution rights. No second season has been announced yet.

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

Source: Official Twitter account

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