‘Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible’ Anime Adaptation: Here’s What We Know

Kubo won't let me be invisible Anime Adaptation
Junta and Nagisa

Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible, also known as Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai, is an ongoing manga that started publishing on Oct 24, 2019. The author is Nene Yukimori. The genre of the manga is comedy and romance. The story takes place in a High School setting. It is a seinen, a story built around the youth, but it also means that there is a male narrator, and most of the story is viewed from his point of view. It’s rated 7.9, which is actually good.

It is about a high school student who is an introvert hence even if he is present in the class, he is often overlooked. His presence is really weak, and no one except Nagisa notices his existence. She helps him to grow more interactive by teasing him, talking and he slowly feels more valuable. The manga is funny and healing, especially for people who are shy to make friends.

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Summary of “Kubo won’t let me be invisible”

Junta Shiraishi is a high school student who has a pretty simple goal, to live a fulfilling youth and make friends. However, this task seems to be harder than expected because everyone around him doesn’t notice him due to his lack of presence. His presence is so low that his peers think that his seat is always empty. They and the teacher often presume that he often skips school. There is a rumor spreading around in class that whoever is able to successfully spot Shiraishi will be blessed with good fortune and luck for the day.

Kubo won't let me be invisible Anime Adaptation
Kubo won’t let me be invisible manga

The only person who notices him in the class is Nagisa Kubo, the girl who sits next to him. Nagisa often teases him and puts him in nerve-wracking situations. However, Nagisa’s playful behavior continues to involveShiraishi, and he soon discovers that his youth isn’t that useless. He slowly makes friends. Eventually, he also realizes that a person can become special to someone, but it might be a little too early to call this “love.” This story is just a few steps away from being called a romantic comedy. For now, it’s a sweet comedy where a high school’s background character becomes visible in class! The slice of life and the comedy is really cute, along with the chemistry of the characters.

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Does “Kubo won’t let me be invisible” have an upcoming anime adaptation?

Junta Shiraishi often blends into the background, and surprisingly even his classmates fail to spot him at times. The only goal of his life is to his high school life flashy, but his invisibility always gets in the way until Nagisa Kubo, his classmate, notices him! Kubo’s playful teasing and flirting kicks Shiraishi out of his comfort zone. Soon, a new friendship begins and blends into something more.

During their first year of high school, Kubo starts to sit next to Shiraishi. His nonexistent social skills suddenly get a boost, thanks to her. As he starts to speak up in class, Kubo tries to help him evolve more socially. Kubo eventually forces him to the bookstore and slowly all around town. Shiraishi’s once boring, lackluster life isn’t so dull anymore! As their social life blooms, their feelings bloom as well. The manga is ongoing, and hence it will take a bit of time before we come to know what happens to them.

Till now, there is no official announcement about the anime adaptation of “Kubo won’t let me be Invisible”. The manga has the potential to turn into a wholesome romantic comedy like Horimiya. The manga is a bestseller and was even sold out so quickly that the author had to provide more links to the readers about websites where they could buy it from on Twitter.

Where to read “Kubo won’t let me be invisible”?

The manga “Kubo won’t let me be invisible” can be read officially online MangaPlus and Viz with English Translation. It can be also bought on Amazon.

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