The Guy She Was Interested in Wasn’t a Guy at All Chapter 47 will have the characters dealing with excitement for the release of the new album. The series that started with a misunderstanding is starting to develop Nuance among characters as the chapters go by.
There are a lot of things this series does differently, and the way it is quiet is different from many popular mangas out there. And the answer to that lies in the origin of the story, instead of being published through a publishing house. The manga became known through Twitter.
It is not the first series that has chosen this route, and it’s the opposite. The mangaka is just using a more accessible form of publishing that many artists have embraced. Series like Kuro Gal and Shiro Gal also became popular through this medium.
And given how easy it is for everyone to get into Twitter (the good part), it won’t be surprising that we see another become popular. However, the main standout of the series is the genre, and it is a rock music web manga. Of which there is no competitor.
The Guy She Was Interested in Wasn’t a Guy at All Chapter 46 Recap
The Guy She Was Interested in Wasn’t a Guy at All Chapter 46 saw Aya getting excited about the new album of her classmate that will release soon. She was on board with the hype train right as the chapter opened, showing us she was sweating with anticipation.
However, she is not a normal fan of the band, but she has ties with one of the band members, which makes her experience with their music all the more lively. And the moment the album was released, she decided to contact Koga.
However, the communication didn’t go the way Aya wanted it to, as Koga seemed busy. Aya is the kind of person that imagine the whole conversation in their head and then plays out that situation.
Though it may seem like this is similar to everybody’s guitar Hero Bocchi, Asa is a lot different too. She is the adorer and the one that goes with the tide instead of having her voice, which is also why she fell for Koga in the first place.
The Guy She Was Interested in Wasn’t a Guy at All Chapter 47 Spoilers
The Guy She Was Interested in Wasn’t a Guy at All Chapter 47 will be an interesting issue as the last one ended on a cliffhanger. But that is what most of the chapter of this manga is like.
Each story is written volume-wise, and every one of them has one plot that encompasses the complete volume. And when the volume issue of the manga is released, the artwork encompasses the overall theme of the narrative.
And with a manga series like this, where stories are short like this, they are a nice collection to have. Because you can ascertain from the cover alone what the general plot was when you decide to reread the series.
However, the one that will have issues having to ascertain Koga’s thoughts would be Asa, as she might be entering an anxious phase with her. The two live a world apart, and there is a likelihood that they will drift apart in the future.
What is the release date for The Guy She Was Interested in Wasn’t a Guy at All, Chapter 47?
The Guy She Was Interested in Wasn’t a Guy at All Chapter 47 will come out on June 12, 2023, for the following regions.
- Pacific Daylight Time [West Coast]: 7:00 AM PDT (June 12, 2023)
- Central Daylight Time [Central American and Canada]: 9:00 AM CDT (June 12, 2023)
- Eastern Daylight Time [East Coast]: 10:00 AM EDT (June 12, 2023)
- Greenwich Mediterranean Time [Britain]: 5:00 PM BST (June 12, 2023)
- Indian Standard Time [India]: 8.30 PM IST (June 12, 2023)
- Singapore Standard Time [Singapore]: 11:00 PM SGT (June 12, 2023)
- Philippines Standard Time [Philippines]: 11:00 PM PST (June 12, 2023)
It will be available to read on June 13, 2023, for these regions.
- Korean Standard Time [Korea]: Midnight KST (June 13, 2023)
- Japanese Standard Time [Korea]: Midnight JST (June 13, 2023)
- Australia Eastern Daylight Time [Australia]: 02:00 AM AEDT (June 13, 2023)
Where to read The Guy She Was Interested in Wasn’t a Guy at All Chapter 47?
The Guy She Was Interested in Wasn’t a Guy at All Chapter 47 will be available to read on Twitter. Read The Duke’s Redemption or One Step Away From Happiness for a series similar to this.