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Otaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii Anime's Video Reveals Visual, A-1 Pictures

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Next character visuals debut on January 11, 18

The official website for the television anime adaptation Fujita's Otaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii (Love is Hard for an Otaku) manga revealed a teaser visual for the characters Narumi Momose and Hirotaka Nifuji on Thursday. The website also began streaming a promotional video that introduces the visual and reveals that A-1 Pictures (Sword Art Online, Persona 4 the Golden Animation) is producing the anime. (Note: The promotional video linked above is region-locked to Japan.)

A teaser visual for Hanako Koyanagi and Tarō Kabakura will debut on January 11, followed by a visual for Naoya Nifuji and Kō Sakuragi on January 18.

The anime will premiere on Fuji TV's Noitamina programming block in April 2018.

Previously announced cast members include:

The manga's story centers on the awkward romantic comedy between Narumi, a female office worker who hides her fujoshi lifestyle, and Hirotaka, a handsome and capable company man who is secretly a game otaku.

Fujita launched the manga on the image sharing website pixiv in 2014. In November 2015, the manga moved to Ichijinsha's Comic POOL digital manga magazine. Ichijinsha will ship the fifth compiled volume on February 2. The manga has more than 4.2 million copies in print.

The manga was nominated for the 41st Kodansha Manga Awards last year. Japanese bookstore employees ranked the manga #9 in their recommended manga list of 2017. The manga also ranked #1 in the 2016 edition of Takarajimasha's Kono Manga ga Sugoi! (This Manga Is Amazing!) guidebook for female readers.

Thanks to Dennis R. for the embedded video.

Source: Comic Natalie

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