Komi Can’t Communicate fans have the opportunity to contribute to the series’ upcoming fanbook through the Q&A on Twitter with series author Tomohito Oda.
Fans Komi Can’t Communicate have the opportunity to contribute to the upcoming fanbook of the series.
The official Twitter account of the popular comedy manga Komi Can’t Communicate has announced that the upcoming fanbook of the series will feature a Q&A section. Fans who tweet a question with the hashtag #tellmekomi or reply to the account’s original tweet will receive an answer from series author Tomohito Oda himself. The Q&A session starts on August 10th and will only last until August 14th. The upcoming fanbook will release around October.
Fans!! Here is a chance to ask questions to Tomohito Oda!!Please post a question with the tag #tellmekomi or reply to this tweet.
Answers will be appeared on the Fanbook that comes in October.
This campaign starts from now and goes on August 14.#komi #komisan pic.twitter.com/vLOe9FH6mq
— (@comisanvote) August 10, 2021
However, the fanbook isn’t the only Komi Can’t Communicate content coming in October. An anime adaptation by Studio OLM (Berserk, Pokemon, Odd Taxi), stars Aoi Koga (Kaguya-sama) : Love Is War) and Gakuto Kajiwara (Black Clover) as the lead characters Komi and Tadano, was revealed in May and is also scheduled to premiere in October. The anime is being directed by Kazuki Kawagoe (Beyblade Burst) and Ayumu Watanabe (Children of the Sea, Major 2).
Komi Can’t Communicate began serialization in Weekly Shounen Sunday in 2016 and will run for 22 episodes as of August 18. Written by Tomohito Oda, creator of the sci-fi comedy Dezi-con , Komi Can’t Communicate became an instant hit, selling over 5 million copies within 5 years. VIZ Media translated and published the first 14 volumes of the series in North America.