Kuzu no Honkai Manga Receives TV Anime

Friday, March 18th, 2016

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Kuzu no Honkai | Manga Vol. 1

Fuji TV recently held a livestream event and revealed that Mengo Yokoyari’s Kuzu no Honkai (Scum’s Wish) manga would be receiving a TV anime adaptation. The anime will air in January 2017 on the Noitamina programming block.

Fuji TV has also streamed a video announcing the anime adaptation. You can check out the video below.

Kuzu no Honkai is written and illustrated by Mengo Yokoyari. It is published by Square Enix in their Big Gangan magazine. The manga began publication in 2012. Square Enix will publish the manga’s fifth volume on March 25.

The Kuzu no Honkai manga is published in English digitally by Crunchyroll. The story is described as follows:

Hanabi and Mugi are bathed in envious gazers from all around as a beautiful couple with excellent moral conduct. But these two apparently perfect people in an apparently perfect relationship share a secret they can’t tell anyone.

If you’re interested in the anime at all, you can check out its official website HERE and official Twitter account HERE.

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