Pachislot Machines Are Cute Girls in Hanabi-chan wa Okuregachi Anime

Humorous 4 panel comic is written by Lamp Shirogane and illustrated by Mamimu

A promotional image announcing the adaptation of the Hanabi-chan wa Okuregachi anime adaptation, featuring artwork of Hanabi, Versus, and Thunder V in human form by manga artist Mamimu.


If you're in the mood to take a gamble on some cute anime girls, then soon you'll be in luck, because Hanabi-chan wa Okuregachi ("Hanabi Tends to Fall Behind") - a humorous 4-panel manga about pachislot machines that take human form that is based on the original creations by UNIVERSAL ENTERTAINMENT, written by Lamp Shirogane, and illustrated by Mamimu - is being adapted into an anime.


The cover of the first volume of the Hanabi-chan wa Okuregachi manga, as illustrated by Mamimu. The cover features Hanabi in human and pachislot machine form as well as her two friends Thunder V and Versus making cute poses while coins rain from the sky.


So far, no further details about the anime adaptation have yet been revealed, although an official Twitter feed (@hnb_off) has been published for the project. The original Hanabi-chan wa Okuregachi manga is serialized on the Hero's Comiplex website. The story of the series follows Hanabi, a pachislot machine granted human form, and her two friends, Versus and Thunder V, as they work at the Shitamachi Godheaven gambling hall.


Source: Comic Natalie


Copyright notice: © Lamp Shirogane Mamimu © UNIVERSAL ENTERTAINMENT / Shitamachi Godheaven OB Club


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