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“Rent-a-Girlfriend” Manga Crosses 11 Million in Sales Ahead of Anime’s 3rd Season Premiere

(Last Updated On: July 5, 2023)

The popular manga series “Rent-a-Girlfriend” continues to ride high on success, with an impressive milestone of over 11 million copies both physically printed and digitally sold. This announcement arrived in perfect harmony with the release of this week’s chapter, where fans saw the character Chizuru unveiling her poster in the bustling heart of Shibuya.

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In addition to this news, the Weekly Shonen Magazine’s Twitter account divulged significant changes to the anime’s creative team. Shinya Une, who had been episode director for the first two seasons, will take the helm as the series director, taking over from Kazuomi Koga. The creative ensemble sees a return of Mitsutaka Hirota as the series composer, along with Kanna Hirayama continuing in her role as character designer, and music maestro Hyadain rounding off the team.

Continuing its collaboration with TMS Entertainment and Studio Comet, the third season of the “Rent-a-Girlfriend” anime is slated to premiere on July 7. Fans can tune into the TBS/MBS’s Super Animeism programming block to watch the new season, and global fans can stream it on Crunchyroll.

The anime series is a captivating romantic comedy about a jilted 20-year-old college student, Kazuya Kinoshita. After a heartbreaking breakup, he employs an unusual method to find companionship: he rents a girlfriend. In comes Mizuhara Chizuru, a beautiful girl who captures his heart with a single encounter. The series delves into their exciting journey, unraveling an unanticipated, heartfelt romance.

As the anticipation for the third season builds, fans worldwide are eager to see how the story of Kazuya and Chizuru unfolds in this forthcoming season of “Rent-a-Girlfriend”.


Source: Weekly Shonen Magazine on Twitter

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Monika Chopra
Monika Chopra is a Mumbai-based anime writer from a wealthy background. An open lesbian, she advocates for #LGBTQ+ rights through her globally loved narratives. Her work focuses on inclusivity and the slice-of-life anime genre, finding extraordinary in the ordinary.
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