Hobunsha’s Weekly Manga Times magazine announced on Thursday that Yayū Murata’s manga, “Tsuma, Shōgakusei ni Naru” (If my wife [became] an elementary school student.), will be getting an anime adaptation. The announcement did not reveal the format of the anime, leaving fans to speculate on whether it will be a TV series or a film.
The manga tells the story of a husband and wife who find themselves magically transported into the bodies of a fifth-grade elementary school student and his wife. As they navigate their new lives, they begin to experience the joys and challenges of childhood all over again.
The series has been popular among fans of the romantic comedy genre, and its unique premise has garnered a lot of attention. The announcement of the anime adaptation has been met with excitement from fans, who are eagerly anticipating more news about the project.
It’s not yet clear which studio will be producing the anime, nor is there any information on the cast and crew. However, fans are hopeful that the adaptation will stay true to the manga’s lighthearted tone and heartfelt moments.
This isn’t the first time that Hobunsha’s Weekly Manga Times magazine has had one of its series adapted into an anime. Previous series that have been adapted include “Kimi to Boku.” and “K-On!”.
As of now, fans will have to wait for more information on the upcoming “Tsuma, Shōgakusei ni Naru” anime adaptation. However, the announcement has certainly generated a lot of excitement, and fans are eager to see how the story will translate to the screen.
In conclusion, the announcement of the anime adaptation of “Tsuma, Shōgakusei ni Naru” has been met with excitement and anticipation from fans of the manga. While details about the adaptation are scarce, fans are hopeful that it will stay true to the original story’s unique premise and heartfelt moments. Stay tuned for more information on this upcoming anime!
Source: Anime News Network