SpringShikimori’s Not Just a Cutie comes out of the woodwork, announcing an upcoming special guest event in November.
Spring 2022 romantic anime fans Shikimori is not just a cutie will be pleasantly surprised that the series will come out of the woodwork with the announcement of an upcoming special guest event. The Shikimori is not just a cutie “1000% Prom Night” will be hosted at Kawaguchi Comprehensive Cultural Center Lilia, with the cast of the anime, as well as the performers of the opening theme song as guest attendees.
The announcement is accompanied by a key visual featuring Shikimori and company dressed to the nines, showing that the upcoming event will bode well. The 1000% Prom Night is scheduled for November 20.
The event was announced earlier today, on September 1, on the show’s official Twitter account. The guest list includes the entire main cast, with Saori Onishi playing Shikimori; Izumi voice actor Shuichiro Umeda; Misato Matsuoka who was cast as Nekozaki; Rina Hidaka as the stoic Hachimitsu; my hero academia star Nobuhiko Okamoto, who played Inuzuka and finally, Ayaka Fukuhara, who was Shikimori’s friend-turned-rival Kamiya. Along with the main cast, theme song artists Yuki Nakashima and Nasuo were also guests at the prom event.
Shikimori is not just a cutie is the anime adaptation of author Keigo Maki’s comedy romance manga of the same name, which has 14 volumes in Kodansha’s Magazine Pocket from 2019 to present, while the anime ran from April to July 2022.
The series was highly anticipated ahead of its spring 2022 release, with the titular character hailed as a precursor to the unofficial “waifu of the season” title. The anime freely adapts material from the manga with reinterpreted timelines and character roles, and it was produced by the Doga Kobo studio.
The series follows Izumi, a high school student prone to bouts of inexplicable misfortune, and his relationship with the school’s most popular girl, Shikimori. Izumi thinks his girlfriend is very cute, but whenever he gets in trouble, Shikimori becomes an incredibly cool idol that makes his heart race. The show’s biggest draw is its do-it-all heroine, someone who’s so cool that everyone can’t help but fall in love with her. Hailed for portraying a healthy relationship and refreshing brand of masculinity in lead character Izumi, Shikimori is not just a cutie is recommended for romantic comedy fans who have a little something extra.
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