The official Twitter account of Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible announced on March 1, 2023, that the manga has concluded serialization with the release of its last and the latest chapter 144.
Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump magazine has been serializing the manga for more than 3 years.
“Thank you. The final chapter with a thousand emotions,” the staff tweeted.
Mangaka Nene Yukimori also thanked the fans for all the support they showered for his series.
“I was able to do my best because of all of you! Thank you for all the happiness. Thank you for your kind support!“
Additionally, the manga will be getting an extra special epilogue chapter, which will be published in its 12th volume releasing on April 18, 2023. The special chapter is set after the chapter 144 of the manga.
Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Nene Yukimori. It has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump since October 2019, with its chapters collected in eleven tankōbon volumes as of December 2022.
The series is simultaneously published in English and Spanish on Shueisha’s Manga Plus service and Viz Media’s Shonen Jump website. Viz Media licensed the series for print publication in North America.
anime started airing in Japan on Jan 10, 2023, with the third episode set to release on Jan 24.
The opening theme song is “Dramatic Janakutemo” performed by Kana Hanazawa, while the ending theme song is “Kasuka de Tashika” by Dialogue+.
The manga also got an anime adaptation. It is produced by Pine Jam and directed by Kazuomi Koga, with scripts written by Yūya Takahashi, character designs handled by Yoshiko Saitō, and music composed by Kujira Yumemi.
The release date of episode 7 and onwards of the anime have be delayed due to the spread of COVID-19.
MAL describes the plot of the manga as:
High school student Junta Shiraishi has a simple goal—to live a fulfilling youth. However, achieving this goal appears to be harder than expected, as everyone in his surroundings often fails to notice him due to his lack of presence. In fact, Shiraishi’s lack of presence is so severe that people think his seat in class is always empty, and mistakenly assume that he often skips school. There is even a weird rumor spreading around in class, claiming that those who successfully spot Shiraishi will be blessed with good fortune for the day.
So far, the only person who notices his existence is Nagisa Kubo, the girl seated next to him. Unfortunately for him though, Kubo likes to tease him on a daily basis and often puts him into unprecedented and nerve-wracking situations. However, as Kubo’s playful antics continue to involve the reluctant Shiraishi, he may soon discover that his youth might not be as boring as he initially thought.