Merman in My Tub Manga Will get Stay-Motion Taiwanese Sequence
Kadokawa introduced within the December subject of its Month-to-month Comedian Gene journal on Monday that Itokichi‘s Merman in My Tub (Orenchi no Furo Jijō) manga is inspiring a live-action sequence in Taiwan.
Bruce Hung and Kent Tsai will star within the sequence, and Hsi-ming Chang is directing the sequence. The sequence will debut in Asia in 2022, however a launch window shouldn’t be but set for Japan. The present could have 12 30-minute episodes.
Month-to-month Comedian Gene additionally revealed a brand new one-shot for Itokichi on Monday titled “Ankomochi! Itsuka Daifuku ni Naru Sono Hello Made” (Purple Bean Mochi! Till the Day I Sometime Change into Daifuku).
Itokichi launched the four-panel manga in Kadokawa‘s Comedian Gene journal in 2011, and ended the sequence in February 2020. Kadokawa revealed the eighth and closing compiled quantity in February 2020.
Seven Seas Leisure has revealed all eight volumes of the manga in English, and it describes the story:
What occurs when an intruder from the ocean stakes declare to your bathtub? A cool but demure teenage boy named Tatsumi should study to reside with the self-obsessed and playful merman, Wakasa, in a small Tokyo residence. These two dissimilar younger males will study what it takes to take care of each other of their on a regular basis lives. After all, impromptu visits by Wakasa’s ocean pals–an anthropomorphised octopus, jelly fish, and hermit crab–don’t make issues simpler. Welcome to Tatsumi’s bathtub. It is getting crowded.
The manga impressed a 13-episode sequence of anime shorts that premiered in October 2014. Crunchyroll streamed the anime adaptation because it aired.
Supply: Comedian Natalie