‘The 100 Girlfriends Who Really, Really, Really, Really, Really Love You’ Anime Gets Second Season – News

Character designer (*100*) Yano shares celebratory illustration

The official Twitter account for the tv anime of Rikito Nakamura and Yukiko Nozawa‘s The 100 Girlfriends Who Really, Really, Really, Really, Really Love You (Kimi no koto ga Dai Dai Dai Dai Daisuki na 100-nin no Kanojo) manga revealed on Sunday the anime might be getting a second season in a brand new teaser. Character designer (*100*) Yano drew an illustration to rejoice the information.

Image by way of 100 Girlfriends’ anime Twitter

Seven Seas Entertainment is releasing the manga in English, and it describes the story:

Aijo Rentaro tried and tried once more, however after asking 100 ladies out on a date, he was rejected each single time. In desperation, he prays for steering…solely to be advised by a god that his rejections had been attributable to some cosmic error! Now the god goes to set issues proper by ensuring that Aijo will get 100 dates. Except, as issues usually do with gods, the dates include a catch: 100 ladies are destined to be Aijo’s soulmate, and until he returns their emotions each time, they’re going to die in horrible accidents! Sure sufficient, ladies begin confessing their like to Aijo left and proper. But how is he supposed to decide on?! He would not need to kill anybody! When he seems to be at every potential soulmate, it seems like a bolt of lightning. Can somebody actually love 100 different individuals? This hilarious romantic comedy takes the harem idea to a wild excessive!

The collection stars:

Hikaru Sato (Dropkick on My Devil!) is directing the collection at Bibury Animation Studio. Takashi Aoshima (Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!) is in control of the collection scripts. (*100*) Yano (Bottom-tier Character Tomozaki) is designing the characters. Shuhei Mutsuki, Shunsuke Takizawa, and eba are composing the music at Lantis.

The anime’s predominant feminine solid members Kaede Hondo, Miyu Tomita, Maria Naganawa, Asami Seto, and Ayaka Asai carry out the anime’s opening theme track “Dai Dai Dai Dai Daisuki na Kimi e♡” (To You Who I Really, Really, Really, Really, Really Love.” Nako Misaki performs the ending theme track “Sweet Sign.”

The anime premiered on Tokyo MX and different stations on October 8. Crunchyroll is streaming the anime with subtitles because it airs in Japan, and it added an English dub on October 28.

Nakamura and Nozawa launched the manga in Shueisha‘s Weekly Young Jump journal in December 2019 and it’s ongoing.

Sources: Comic Natalie, Emotion Label’s YouTube channel

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