“WataMote” Anime Details Revealed! 1

On July 8, the anime No Matter How I Look at It, It's You Guys' Fault I'm Not Popular!, or WataMote for short, will begin broadcasting on TV. The work is an anime adaptation of the manga with the same name by Nico Tanigawa, and is a comedic story about the everyday life of an unpopular high school girl.
The main character Kuroki Tomoko will be voiced by Izumi Kitta, who is a member of the voice actress musical group Milky Holmes. Kuroki Tomoki will be voiced by Yuichi Nakamura, and Yu-chan will be voiced by Kana Hanazawa.
The opening theme will be “No Matter How I Look at It, It's You Guys' Fault I'm Not Popular!” by Konomi Suzuki and Kiba of Akiba, and the ending theme will be the character song “No Matter How I Look At It, I'm Not Wrong” by Izumi Kitta.
Will this anime be on your summer watch list? If you like funny, slice-of-life anime, definitely give it a chance!

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