Rumor has it that a Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible anime is reportedly in the works. Sources on China’s Weibo claim that a Kubo-san wa Mobu wo Yurusanai anime will adapt the manga series.
Anime newscaster Sugoi LITE echoed the Kubo anime rumor on Twitter. The proof is that a web domain registration for kubosan-anime.jp was done by an unknown registrant (their identity privacy was protected at the request of the registrant).
Please note that this leaked information is backed up by official information. Even Sugoi LITE labels the info as “premature”. As such, the alleged Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible anime should be treated as a rumor and taken with a grain of salt.
Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible manga has enough volumes for an anime adaptation
The Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible manga is already on Volume 8 and Kubo Volume 9 will be released on May 18, 2022.
That’s usually enough content to base an entire anime season on. Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible is available through Viz media in English, and you can pre-order the first part before its release on May 3, 2022, and part 2 on July 5, 2022.
The Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible manga is about a young boy who is practically invisible and the girl who always sees him. This is a light hearted, healthy manga.
Junta Shiraishi is an ordinary high school boy. So much so that it blends into the background with ease. Shiraishi thinks it’s okay not to be noticed.
He can avoid being addressed in class, but the technique doesn’t always work. Camera phones don’t recognize his face, automatic doors don’t open even when he jumps up and down in front of them, and people sit on him.
Shiraishi is treated as a good omen by his classmates. A look can boost morale and affect games. But even though everyone can’t see him, Kubo can.
She greets Shiaishi when they meet, teases him, offers to hang out and falls in love with him. Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible is a healthy comedy from life.
So what is the Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible story about?
Shiraishi is a wallflower. Kubo is the only girl who always sees him. Unfortunately, the plot is a slow burn into a sweet ride. I’ve read the first part and it’s great.
There is no drama, the teasing is not sexual and the characters develop slowly but surely. The only flaw is Kubo’s interest in Junta. According to our wallflower, Kubo suddenly became interested in Junta Shiraishi one day.
When he asks Kubo why she is playing with him, she laughs and teases him even more. But never in the wrong way. The worst thing Kubo Junta did to him was blackmail him with a picture of him looking up how to treat cats.
Junta kneels on his desk chair, sits down on his desk, stands on his desk and starts dancing on his desk. And at that moment the teacher tells Junta to turn it down.
What may have started as vain curiosity turns into young love. I don’t read many bits of life, but Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible is a treat, so it should make for a good anime.