Tsuma Shōgakusei ni Naru Gets Spinoff Manga

Last Friday, a spinoff of Yayū Murata’s Tsuma Shōgakusei ni Naru was published in Houbunsha’s Weekly Manga Times magazine.

If my wife were an elementary school student, she would be featured in the manga in the March 22 issue titled Hatsukoi Aite no Kimi wa Dare? (Who Are You, My First Love?).

The spinoff story revolves around high-school student Takeru, who developed an interest in his classmate Marika during elementary school. Marika is portrayed as the matured reincarnated wife of the series.

The series will be adapted into an anime, set to premiere in 2024.

Noriyuki Abe, known for directing popular anime such as Yū Yū Hakusho, Bleach, and Flame of Recca, is at the helm of the anime project at St.Signpost. Sawako Hirabayashi is supervising and writing the series scripts for Wolf Girl & Black Prince and Delicious Party♡Precure. Narihito Sekikawa is in charge of designing the characters.

Tsuma Shōgakusei ni Naru: Plot

Tsuma Shogakusei ni Naru Tsuma Shōgakusei ni Naru Gets Spinoff Manga

Tsuma Shōgakusei ni Naru focuses on Keisuke Niijima, a man who is still grieving a decade after his wife Takae’s death. However, one day, a young girl from elementary school arrives at his doorstep claiming to be Takae reincarnated as a different girl. Currently, Keisuke is attempting to compensate for lost time, while Takae faces challenges as a grade-schooler with the mindset of a woman in her 40s, striving to create opportunities to encounter Keisuke.

Murata released a one-shot version of the manga in Weekly Manga Times in April 2018, before starting its serialization in July of the same year.

Tsuma Shōgakusei ni Naru’s manga concluded in December 2022, with Hobunsha releasing the 14th and last compiled book volume in March 2023.

A live-action series based on the manga aired from January to March 2022.

Souce: Comic Natalie

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