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'Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks?' Light Novels Get TV Anime

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Love Hina's Yoshiaki Iwasaki directs series at J.C. Staff

A stage presentation at the "Fantasia Bunko Dai Kanshasai 2018" event on Sunday revealed that writer Dachima Inaka and illustrator Pochi Iida's Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks? (Tsūjō Kōgeki ga Zentai Kōgeki de Ni-kai Kōgeki no Okā-san wa Suki desu ka?) light novel series is getting a television anime adaptation. The event streamed an announcement video and also revealed the main cast and staff.

The anime will star:

Haruki Ishiya as Masato Ōsuki

Ai Kayano as Mamako Ōsuki

Yoshiaki Iwasaki (Love Hina, Hayate the Combat Butler, The Familiar of Zero) is directing the anime at J.C. Staff. Deko Akao (Frame Arms Girl, Noragami, Astarotte's Toy) is handling the series composition, and Yohei Yaegashi (Aki no Kanade) is designing the characters for animation.

Yen Press has licensed the novels, and it describes the story:

Masato thought he was part of a random survey, but when he gets involved in a secret government scheme, he winds up trapped in the game world. Even more surprising—his mother's there, too!

Yen Press will release the first novel on November 27.

The first novel debuted in Japan in January 2017 and sold over 12,000 copies in nine days. The novel series had sold 100,000 copies by May 2017. Kadokawa published the sixth volume on August 18.

Meicha launched a manga adaptation on Kadokawa's Young Ace Up in October 2017, and it is also serializing on Comic Walker. The first volume shipped on August 25.

Source: Fantasia Bunko Dai Kanshasai 2018 livestream

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