El Manga Kimi WA Houkago Insomnia will have adaptation to anime

El Manga Kimi WA Houkago Insomnia will have adaptation to anime

The coat of the eighth volume compilation of written sleeve and illustrated by Makoto Ojero, Kimi WA Houkago Insomnia (Insomniacs After School), confirmed that the work will have an anime adaptation and an adaptation to Live-Action series. The production details and premiere dates of both projects will be announced soon.

El Manga Kimi WA Houkago Insomnia will have adaptation to anime

Previously, an animated promotional video had already occurred for the work, but the position in charge was not revealed at the time.

Ojero began the publication of the manga through the magazine Big Comic Spirits of the Shogakukan publisher in May 2019, and the publisher published the seventh volume collector in October 2021, followed by eighth on January 12 in Japan. Ojero is also author of works such as Fujiyama-San Wa Shishunki (Fujiyama's Teekhence), Neko NO OTEA No Chion-san (Cat Temple's Miss Chion) and Katekin.

Synopsis of Kimi WA Houkago Insomnia

It all started with the death of one of the members of the Astronomy Club. From this, the rumored ghost of the club came alive. Ganta Nakami, Insomne ​​and Grumpy, meets Isaki Magari, moderately rebellious but easy to carry, at the abandoned observatory of the Astronomy Club. Magari wakes up from blow and tries to escape from the place, but a broken door prevents it, forcing both to enter. The two forge an unlikely friendship, which leads them to use the observatory as a safe space to relate. Kimi WA Houkago Insomnia follows the time of the Nakami and Magari insomnia at the Star Observatory while helping each other to cope with insomnia and the lasting effects in student life.

Source: Official Twitter Account

© オジロ マコト (著) / Shogakukan 小学館

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