Earlier this year, the My Dress-Up Darling TV anime nestled its way into the hearts of people around the world thanks to its earnest characters and lovable leads. To celebrate the beloved anime, a special anime event was announced last night on the official website to be held on September 17 with the cast and theme song singers. Details after the jump!
While the My Dress-Up Darling TV anime may have ended last anime season, the series hasn't left the minds of those who watched it. Manga creator Shinichi Fukuda revealed on their Twitter account today that the manga series had reached over 7 million copies printed (physically) and sold (digitally)! Details after the jump!
People REALLY like My Dress-Up Darling, that much is a fact. So much so that the official Twitter account for the franchise revealed today that only two weeks after announcing that 6 million copies of the manga have been printed (physically) and sold (digitally), that figure has now reached over 6.5 million copies! More details after the jump!
The need for more My Dress-Up Darling after the anime ended has caused reprints and sales of Shinichi Fukuda's manga to go into another world, with over 6 million copies of the manga have been printed (physically) and sold (digitally). More statistics and details after the jump!
It's no secret that Akari Akase's debut single and ending theme song to the My Dress-Up Darling TV anime is a bop, with the full music video passing 7 million views on YouTube since it premiered on January 9 – that's a lot of views in only three short months! Watch the video (again) after the jump!
At the heart of My Dress-Up Darling is a heartwarmingly realistic portrayal of cosplayers. Everything from the stores Gojo and Marin use to buy their gear to the locations where they take cosplay photos are perfectly recreated from the standpoint of real cosplayers living in the real world. Learn how the series brings cosplaying to screens around the world.