El Manga Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-Kun exceeds 8 million copies in circulation

El Manga Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-Kun exceeds 8 million copies in circulation

The cineapple of the tenth volume compilation of the written sleeve and illustrated by Izumi Tsubaki, Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-Kun (Monthly Girls' Nozaki-Kun), confirmed that the literary franchise has exceeded 8 million cumulative circulation copies. This volume will be put on sale in Japan next August 11, along with a special edition and a "volume 0" starring the Yumeko Nozaki character, the younger sister of the protagonist.

El Manga Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-Kun exceeds 8 million copies in circulation

On the other hand, Tsubaki publishes the manga in Gangan Online magazine from Square Enix publisher since August 2011. The publisher published the twelfth compilation volume in August 2020 in Japan. The work inspired an adaptation to the Anime of twelve episodes produced by the Bulk Studios Kobo, under the direction of Mitsue Yamazaki and scripts written by Yoshiko Nakamura, released in July 2014. Subsequently, there was an OVA of six short-term episodes, but To date there are no indications about a second season.

Synopsis of Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-Kun

The Chiyo Sakura High School Student has been in love with his companion Umetarou Nozaki for a long time. When she confesses her love, he confuses her with a fan of her and gives her the autograph of her. Confused by this, she tells her that she wants to be with him and Nozaki invites her to her house to help her at her work. It turns out that Nozaki is a renowned Shoujo manga artist who works under the name of Sakiko Yusso. She agrees to become the assistant to approach him. While working on his new manga "Koi Shiyo", they begin to know their classmates and serve as inspiration for the work.

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