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Horror-Comedy Manga “Mieruko-chan” To Get Anime

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Tomoki Izumi’s 2018 manga, “Mieruko-chan” is getting an anime, as announced by Kadokawa on Thursday.

“Mieruko-chan” is a horror comedy about the daily life of a high school girl, Miko, who suddenly became able to see a strange beings. Serialized on ComicWalker, the latest 5 volumes of the book will be released on March 22nd.

Izumi published an illustration to celebrate the animation:

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Along with the announcement of the animation, two types of teaser visuals entitled “Visible Edition” and “Invisible Edition” were revealed. The teaser trailer was also released on YouTube, which you can watch here:

It will be directed by Yuki Ogawa, with series composition and screenplay by Kenta Ihara, character design and animation director by Chikashi Kadeka, and monster design by Makoto Uno. Animation production is handled by Passione.

Furthermore, in commemoration of the animation, a giveaway of the “Gachi Scary Cushion” to 10 people by lottery is currently underway till April 1, 2021. If you wish, follow the official Twitter account of “Mieruko-chan” (@mierukochan_PR) and RT the prescribed tweets.

 Yen Press, which publishes the manga in English, describes it as such:

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One day, Miko suddenly started seeing grotesque beings that others couldn’t. Her response was not to run, not to face them, but to do everything she can to completely ignore them! Can she keep a straight face and continue her day-to-day life while surrounded by horrifying monsters?

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