The current year’s third issue of Kodansha’s Young Magazine the Third uncovered on Wednesday that Kōji Kumeta and Yasu’s Nan kuru Nee-san manga will finish in the magazine’s next issue on February 20.
The manga pursues Issa Kinishi, a young fellow who stresses and concerns himself a lot over a wide range of things, and goes through his time on earth being innocuous and tame. One day he meets a lovely, tanned puzzling young lady. This young lady utilizes a cell phone with a split screen, goes into eateries without thinking about their online appraisals, and makes curry without thinking about the stains she jumps on her garments. She burdens Issa’s brain so much that he unintentionally begins stalking her.
The manga’s title originates from the expression “nankurunai,” which signifies “don’t stress be upbeat.” Nee-san implies more established sister.
Kumeta and Yasu propelled the manga in Young Magazine the Third in February 2016. Kodansha distributed the manga’s fourth volume last August.
Kumeta and Yasu recently worked together on the Joshiraku manga. The pair propelled the manga in the debut issue of Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine in 2009, and finished the six-volume manga in September 2013. The manga got a TV anime adjustment in 2012.
Yasu outlined Yuyuko Takemiya’s Toradora! lighthearted comedy light novel arrangement, and furthermore gave the first character structures to Kagari Tamaoka’s Mangirl! manga. Toradora! what’s more, Mangirl! gotten TV anime adjustments in 2008 and 2013, individually. Yasu and Coolkyoushinja as of late finished their Diotima Manual: Kamisama-tachi no Ren’ai Daikō manga on January 27.
Kumeta finished his Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei manga in May 2012. Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei motivated three TV anime arrangement and a few OVAs. Kumeta additionally drew the first character structures for P.A. Works’ The Eccentric Family anime.