Rom-Com Anime ‘Tomo-chan Is A Girl’ Gets An English Dub

‘Tomo-chan Is a Girl!’ was a teen romantic comedy manga created by Fumita Yanagida and published by Kodansha from 2015 to 2019. The Japanese animation studio Lay-duce picked up the series for an anime adaption which is set to premiere in 2023. Crunchyroll has announced that they have acquired the license to release it in North America and will also be producing an English dub with a same-day release of the pilot.

They revealed the cast on their website:

  • Tomo Aizawa voiced by Lexi Nieto (Walküre in takt op.Destiny)
  • Junichiro Kubota voiced by Ricco Fajardo (Sakurai in Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!)
  • Misuzu Gundo voiced by Jād Saxton (Chika in Kaguya-sama: Love is War)
  • Carol Olston voiced by Sally Amaki (Sakura in 22/7 (nanabun no nijyuuni))
  • Tatsumi Tanabe voiced by Christopher Llewyn Ramirez (Shindo in Horimiya)
  • Kosuke Misaki voiced by Ciarán Strange (Ashito in Aoashi)

You can watch the trailer below:

The anime is directed by Hitoshi Nanba and written by Megumi Shimizu with character designs being handled by Shiori Hiraiwa.

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,

“Tomo Aizawa and Junichirou “Jun” Kubota are the tightest bros you’d ever see. They roughhouse and spar, but through thick and thin, they’ve got each other’s back. Yet, there’s just one small problem: Tomo is in love with Jun!

Since she was young, tomboyish Tomo has been just another one of the guys; due to his extreme muscle-brained nature, Jun doesn’t notice any of her advances—not even when she explicitly confesses. To add insult to injury, for the longest time, he didn’t even realize that she was a girl.

Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko! follows the comedic hijinks of Tomo and her friends as she tries to catch Jun’s eye and escape the infamous brozone.”

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Jacob Airey is an author, nerd, movie reviewer, and pop culture critic. He started this website in 2012 where he covers a vast variety of topics including film, TV, anime, and faith. He also hosts the YouTube vidcast StudioJake.

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