Komi-san can’t communicate will feature 12 episodes – Ramen For Two

Komi-san can’t communicate will have 12 episodes

The Web page from the japanese chain TV Tokyo announces that the anime broadcast Komi-san can’t communicate will end the next week with the issuance of twelfth and last episode. In Japan, 11 episodes have already been broadcast, while Netflix, who distributes the series outside of Japan, will premiere the ninth episode this Thursday, December 16.

Netflix offers this title weekly from October 21 for 190 countries and regions dubbed into eight languages ​​and with subtitles in 31 languages. Meanwhile, in Japan, the anime of Komi-san can’t communicate It will begin its broadcast on said platform this Thursday, October 7.

The animated production of the anime by Komi-san wa Komyushou Desu is in charge of Oriental Light and Magic (OLM), responsible for series such as Pokémon, Cardfight!! Vanguard The Yo-Kai Watch among other. In the direction is Kazuki Kawagoe, director of episodes in the franchise Beyblade Burst, while the script is provided by Deko Akao (Amanchu!, Noragami, Akagami no Shirayuki-hime). As for the character designs, these fall on Atsuko Nakajima.

For the moment what is reality is that Oda continues to work on this slice-of life of Komi-san wa Komyushou Desu, which has been serialized since May 2016 in the pages of the weekly Weekly Shōnen Sunday from Shogakukan. The work remains open today with 23 volumes, the twenty-third volume was released in Japan on October 18. The work is being published in Spain by Editorial Ivrea in a double volume edition. The third volume of the collection was released on sale in our country on December 2.

Komi-san is the beautiful and admirable girl that no one can is able to look away from. Almost the entire school sees her as the cold beauty out of reach, but Tadano Hitohito knows the truth: she is really bad at communicating with others. Komi-san, who wants to fix this bad habit of hers, tries to improve herself with the help of Tadano-kun.

Fountain: AIR News