"Netoge no Yome wa Onnanoko ja Nai to Omotta?" Light Novel Gets TV Anime Adaptation

Latest 8th volume hits stores tomorrow

Dengeki Online today announced that a TV anime adaptation of Shibai Kineko's comedy light novel series Netoge no Yome wa Onnanoko ja Nai to Omotta? (And You Thought There is Never a Girl Online?) is in the works. Its voice cast and staff will be revealed at a later date. In addition, the anime's stage event will be held at Dengeki Bunko Autumn Festival 2015 in Akihabara on October 4.


The author won the Gold Prize in the 18th Dengeki Novel Grand Prix with Anata no Machi no Toshi Denki! (Urban Demons in Your Town!) in 2011, then made his professional writer debut with the series from Ascii Media Works' Dengeki Bunko in the following year. His second series Netoge no Yome wa Onnanoko ja Nai to Omotta? illustrated by Hisasi has been published from the imprint since July 2013, and the latest eighth volume will be released in Japan tomorrow, August 8. The first volume of its manga adaptation illustrated by Kazui Ishigami was published in March of this year. 


The story centers on the protagonist boy Hideki Nishimura who fell in love with a female character in an

online game in the past, but only found out that her player was actually a Nekama (male player who pretends

to be a woman). After having the painful experience, one day, another female character confesses her love to

him, and her player Ako Tamaki is a real bishoujo girl! But he soon learns that she has a serious communication

disorder and can't even distinguish reality and online. Can Hideki and his "Guild" friends save her?



Novel 1st volume cover



Novel 8th volume



Manga 1st volume



Source: Dengeki Online




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