Shueisha‘s Weekly Young Jump Magazine revealed that Nene Yukumori’s Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible Manga will enter its final phase or arc and it will be released in the February issue of the Magazine.
The Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible Manga was released in 2019, and it gained popularity as a shojo manga about a boy who’s invisible – literally, no one notices him -, and a girl who sees him loud and clear.
Kudo Won’t Le Me Be Invisible Storyline
Junta Shiraishi is a high school boy who has no presence and no one notices or sees him even though he has perfect attendance. In his seemingly normal life, one day Nagisa Kubo, a cute girl in his class, can see him and toys with him about his invisibility. No one noticed his antics under Kubo’s directions except the teacher.
Kubo loves to tease him and is intense and beautiful. It’s an interesting and different type of romance story. Nene Yukimori did a great job with this shojo manga and it’s an exciting blend of high school adolescence, comedy, and a sweet romance story all rolled into one.
Final Confession Arc
With 19 volumes out, Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible’s final arc will release on February 9th this year in the next issue of the Shueisha‘s Weekly Young Jump. The latest chapters hinted that Junta will confess to Kubo and with the arc called Confession, we can expect that The Confession will finally take place.
Junta and Nagisa are so cute together and I can’t wait for Junta to realize that he should overcome his small hesitation and just leap into his feelings. Courage, Junta!
Nene Yukimori’s Manga Journey
Nene Yukimori launched her Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible in October 2019 in Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump and you can find the manga on the Shonen Jump+ website and if you’re into mobile reading, you can check out its app too.
Viz Media and Shueisha’s MANGA Plus are releasing the Kudo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible manga in English digital print. Shueisha’s MANGA Plus released the manga’s 11th volume in December 2022 and VIZ Media is up to the 5th volume published as of January 3rd.
Looking Forward to Another Series Ending
A few other manga series are coming to end in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is coming to their final arcs. They include Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia whose final arc will end now, Yuki Tabaka’s Black Cover which will kick off its final arc after a 3-month hiatus, etc.
Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible is joining the fray with its Confession Arc which will be a romantic, sweet, and happy end to this romantic comedy where a boy turns visible after being invisible for so long.
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