Fans of the anime series, Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible, were disappointed to learn that the show has been delayed after episode 6 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The series, which follows the story of a young girl named Kubo who has the ability to turn invisible, has been highly praised for its unique premise and relatable characters.
The decision to delay the show was made by the production team, who cited the challenges of filming during the pandemic as the reason for the delay. The team stated that the safety of their staff and cast members is their top priority and that they are working to ensure that production can resume as soon as possible.
While the delay is disappointing for fans of the show, it’s important to remember that the pandemic continues to affect many aspects of daily life and that the entertainment industry is no exception. Many other productions have also been delayed or halted as a result of the pandemic.
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Fans of Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible are understandably eager to see the rest of the series, but it’s important to remember that the safety of the production team and cast members must come first. It’s also worth noting that anime series are often released in batches, so it’s possible that the rest of the series will be released in a single batch once it’s safe to resume filming.
In the meantime, fans of the show can rewatch the episodes that have already been released, and follow the production team’s social media accounts for updates on when the show will resume. While it’s disappointing to have to wait for the rest of the series, it’s important to remember that the safety of everyone involved is the top priority.
Source: Anime News Network