From the creator of acclaimed drama manga Wake Up, Sleeping Beauty, Megumi Morino's A Condition Called Love officially prescribed its TV anime adaptation today. A teaser visual was released as our first dose of this cute rom-com series, which is set to debut sometime in 2024.
A commemorative illustration by Morino was also released.
Additional details about the anime, such as production staff and cast, are yet to be revealed.
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Kodansha USA, which publishes the manga's official English version, describes the series as such:
Hotaru is a 16-year-old high school first-year who has always been ambivalent about love, preferring instead to have a lively life with her family and friends. So when she sees her schoolmate, Hananoi-kun, sitting in the snow after a messy, public breakup, she thinks nothing of offering to share her umbrella. But when he asks her out in the middle of her classroom the next day, she can't help but feel that her life is about to change in a big way…
Source: Comic Natalie
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