The Day I Grew to become a God Manga Ends
ZEN’s manga adaptation of The Day I Grew to become a God (Kami-sama ni Natta Hello) — the third unique anime from Key, Aniplex, and P.A. Works, ended on Tuesday.
ZEN launched the manga on the ComicWalker and Nico Nico Seiga web sites in November 2020. The manga’s first compiled e book quantity shipped in Japan in Could 2021, and the second quantity will launch on February 26.
The anime premiered in October 2020, and it had 12 episodes. Funimation streamed the anime because it aired in Japan.
A program streamed in July 2020 outlined the story:
Someday throughout Yōta Narukami’s final summer season trip of highschool, a lady named Hina all of a sudden seems and proclaims herself “the All-Figuring out God.” Hina pronounces to the totally confused Yōta, “The world will finish in 30 days.” Yōta then witnesses Hina’s god-like powers of prophecy, convincing him that her powers are actual. Hina’s naive innocence belies her powers, and she or he decides to dwell at Yōta’s house for some purpose. Thus begins an eventful summer season earlier than the top of the world.
Jun Maeda was credited with the unique work and as scriptwriter, and Yoshiyuki Asai (Charlotte, Destiny/Apocrypha) is directed the anime. Na-Ga returned from many different Visible Artwork’s/Key initiatives as the unique character designer. P.A. Works animated the collection.
Supply: Dengeki G’s Comedian‘s Twitter account