Hiromi Ōkubo's Hito wa Mita Me ga 100 Percent Manga Gets Live-Action Series
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
This year's fourth issue of Kodansha's Be-Love magazine announced on Wednesday that Hiromi Ōkubo's Hito wa Mita Me ga 100 Percent (Woman's All About the Looks.) manga will continue serialization in the magazine's seventh issue on March 15, and will also get a live-action television series adaptation in April. The series will star Mirei Kiritani (live-action Ansatsu Kyōshitsu: Sotsugyō-hen's Aguri Yukimura).
The story revolves around Jōnouchi, Satō, and Maeda, three women who work as researchers, but have turned their back on femininity based on various excuses. However, they begin a special research project on "beauty." So begins the comedy-filled life of three women who try and fail at being feminine in a quest for self-evaluation.
Ōkubo launched the manga in Be-Love in 2014, and ended it in 2015. Kodansha published the manga's fourth and final compiled book volume last February.
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