In the title of the twenty-second volume of compilation of the manga, written and illustrated by Tomohito Oda, Komi-san wa, Komyushou desu (Komi cannot communicate) it was announced that the literary franchise has exceeded the cumulative circulation of 5.5 million copies. This volume will be offered for sale by the publisher in Japan on August 18th Shogakukan.

Komi-san wa, Komyushou desu

The press release also revealed the cover of the special package, which contains the first four compilation volumes of the work and will also be released in Japan on August 18. This package celebrates the upcoming animated adaptation of the project and includes "new covers for each volume, with different illustrations", As well as special images and other additional content.

For his part, Oda began publishing the manga through the magazine in May 2016 Weekly Shonen Sunday from the publisher Shogakukan. The publisher published the 20th anthology in February 2021, followed by the 21st in May 2021 in Japan. The work already has more than 5.2 million copies in circulation.

The piece inspired an anime adaptation produced by the studios OLM, Headed by Kazuki kawagoe (Beyblade Burst God, Beyblade Burst GT) and scripts written by Decoration Akao (3D Kanojo: Real girl, Akagami no Shirayuki-hime, Hige wo Soru. Soshite Joshikousei wo Hirou, Nazo no Kanojo X), which will premiere in Japan on October 6th.

Summary of Komi-san wa, Komyushou desu

On her first day at Itan Private Academy, Shouko Komi immediately receives overwhelming attention and popularity due to her stoic beauty and refined elegance, which is why she is perceived as a goddess by her peers. But only Hitohito Tadano, an average student who sits next to her in class, can find that, behind what everyone else believes, Komi actually has a serious problem communicating with others. Tadano then decides to help her fulfill her dream of making a hundred friends.

Source: Official Twitter account

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