The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window Boys-Love Mystery Manga Gets TV Anime
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official Twitter account for Libre Publishing's Kurofune label announced on Monday that Tomoko Yamashita's The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window boys-love supernatural mystery manga is inspiring a television anime. The announcement did not reveal any more details about the upcoming anime.
Shy bookstore clerk Kosuke Mikado has the ability to see ghosts and spirits, an ability he wishes he didn't have, since what he sees usually terrifies him. Rihito Hiyakawa, an exorcist whose supernatural powers are as strong as his social graces are weak, doesn't seem to fear anything, mortal or otherwise. When this odd couple gets together to solve the bizarre cases that come their way, their work methods may not be entirely safe for work!
Yamashita launched the manga in Libre Publishing's Magazine BExBOY in March 2013. Libre Publishing released the manga's ninth volume on September 10. SuBLime released the seventh volume digitally on October 27.
The manga is inspiring a live-action film adaptation that will open on January 22, 2021. The film was previously scheduled to premiere on October 30, but was delayed until 2021 due to the effects of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
JManga previously licensed and released Yamashita's Don't Cry Girl and Mo'some Sting manga in North America. Fantasista, Inc.'s futekiya boys-love service is releasing Yamashita's Shinsouban Illumination manga. Yamashita serialized White Note Pad in Shodensha's Feel Young magazine from February 2015 to October 2016. Yamashita then launched the Ikoku Nikki (Diary of a Different Country) manga in Feel Young in June 2017.
Source: Kurofune's Twitter account