The official website for the TV adaptation of Maybe’s manga, “Tales of Wedding Rings” (Kekkon Yubiwa Monogatari), has recently released a character video and visual introducing Granart. Every week, the site unveils a fresh character video and visual, with previous features focusing on Satō, Hime, and Nephrites.
Scheduled for its debut in January 2024, the anime will be broadcast on AT-X, Tokyo MX, Sun TV, and BS11.
The anime’s previously announced main cast includes:
- Mikako Komatsu as Amber
- Gen Sato as Satō
- Miyuri Shimabukuro as Nephrites
- Akari Kitō as Hime
- Ai Kakuma as Saphir
- Hitomi Ueda as Granart
Takashi Naoya, renowned for his work on “Real Girl,” takes the helm as the director of the upcoming anime produced by Staple Entertainment.
Leading the charge for the series scripts is Deko Akao, celebrated for her contributions to “After the Rain.” Meanwhile, the talented Saori Nakashiki, known for her character designs in “The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated!,” is tasked with bringing the characters to life.
In the digital English manga scene, Crunchyroll assumes the role of publisher, introducing readers to the captivating story. When Sato’s dear childhood friend, Hime, unexpectedly bids farewell, he embarks on an extraordinary journey into a fantastical realm.
There, Sato not only reunites with Hime but also finds himself in an unexpected marital bond, becoming the legendary hero known as the Ring King. In this enchanting narrative, Maybe, the creative duo behind “Dusk maiden of Amnesia” and “To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts,” invites readers to embark on an out-of-this-world newlywed romantic comedy.
The manga’s English readership also receives attention, as Yen Press takes up the task of publishing the manga in print. The journey of “Maybe” continues, as their creation unfolds in the pages of Square Enix’s Monthly Big Gangan magazine, where it debuted in March 2014.
Despite hints of its impending conclusion, the manga’s 10th compiled volume, released in January 2021, promised to carry on for “just a little longer.” Square Enix further tantalized fans in July 2021, declaring that the manga was hurtling towards its climactic pinnacle in August of the same year.