With the way the streaming landscape is right now, it seems that one of the fixed strategies that it is following Netflix is to keep swelling your anime catalog with titles of all kinds. And it must be said that he is leaving us with very original series and movies.
In recent months he has left us several great exclusives such as ‘Tekken: Bloodline’ or ‘Isekai Ojisan’, and to prepare for the fall season he has already confirmed the premiere of ‘Romantic Killer’a romantic comedy with a protagonist who is a bit out of the norm.
Planazo of video games and blanket
Anzu Hoshino She is a high school student who loves to spend her days playing video games and is not interested in fashion or romance. She is very happy with the way things are, until a magical creature named Riri that she is determined to “fix” Anzu’s love life even if she doesn’t like it at all.
So Anzu goes from being surrounded by the things she loves most (video games, cats and chocolate) to being thrown into a hectic life full of dates with handsome guys she can’t even see.
Netflix has confirmed this manga adaptation of Wataru Momosewhich was published in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ from July 2019 to June 2020. With this amount of material and although we don’t have a fixed number of chapters yet, we can expect a small self-contained story that ends in one season.
What has been confirmed is that ‘Romantic Killer’ is coming to Netflix on October 27within the fall season. Kazuya Ichikawa (‘The World Ends With You The Animation’) will direct the anime, which has been produced since Domerica. Syuri Ooba is in charge of script composition with Hiroko Fukuda, and Arisa Matsuura is in charge of character design.