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The social networks of the anime adaptation of Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusana has confirmed the indefinite suspension in the broadcast of the series from the end of broadcast episode 6this due to production equipment problems (Pine Jam), which has been affected by the outbreak of COVID-19 in Japan.

It should be noted that the anime series will restart its broadcast from its first episode from April 2023and a new issuance date has not been clarified New episodeswhere they inform that later they will provide a date and time for the transmission of new episodes.

It is important to mention that It is not the first anime series of this season to suspend its broadcastother series affected have been NieR:Automata Ver1.1a, Ayakashi Triangle Y UniteUp!.

The anime will adapt the manga of the same name by the author and illustrator Nene Yukimoriwho launched his work in October 2019 and which is currently still being published in Japan. The manga was serialized by the magazine Young Jump.

High school student Junta Shiraishi has a simple goal: to live a fulfilling youth. However, achieving this goal seems to be more difficult than expected, as he is often not noticed by everyone around him due to his lack of presence. In fact, Shiraishi’s lack of presence is so severe that people think his class seat is always empty and mistakenly assume that he often skips school. There’s even a strange rumor spreading in the class, claiming that those who successfully locate Shiraishi will be blessed with good fortune that day. So far, the only person who notices his existence is Nagisa Kubo, the girl sitting next to him. Unfortunately for him though, Kubo likes to tease him every day and often puts him in unprecedented and harrowing situations. However, as Kubo’s playful antics continue to involve the reluctant Shiraishi, he soon discovers that her youth might not be as dull as he initially thought.


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