Japanese publisher Ichijinsha today announced that Fujita’s love comedy manga series Otaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii / Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku ended its six-year serialization with its 60th chapter posted on the Comic Pool website on July 16th.
The manga was marketed on the site in November 2015, then adapted into a television anime in 2018 and a live-action movie in 2020. With the support of many devoted fans, the series has become a huge success with a total of 12 million copies. printed (including digital edition).
Narumi is a young office worker who is starting her job in a new company, she is a passionate fujoshi who tries to keep her hobby hidden. On the other hand, Hirotaka is a quiet and skilled office worker addicted to video games, however, being punctual and productive in his work, he does not try to keep his hobby a secret. Both have known each other since school and have met again in the same office, from now on both will begin a relationship that at first seems not to be romantic.Synopsis
The publisher also decided that a spin-off series from the manga will be posted on the Comic Pool website to express their gratitude to all fans. Its release schedule will be announced at a later date.
The manga’s final 11th volume will be released in Japan on October 14, 2021. Its special edition of 4,400 yen ($ 40) will come with an additional Blu-ray that includes a newly produced 20-minute OAD (Original Anime Disc). . His story is based on the episode “Business trip” that is told in the sixth volume.
Source – Ichijinsha press release via Crunchyroll
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