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An anime adaptation of Yamada-kun to Lv999 no Koi wo Suru will debut in 2023. In its first five volumes, a young adult novel has sold over 1 million copies.


Yamada-kun to Lv999 no Koi wo Suru will receive anime, according to yet another announcement made today during the Aniplex Online Festival event.

The series received its first teaser video and image in 2023, officially confirming Madhouse's animation. 


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The main voice actors have also been introduced: Yamada will be voiced by Kouki Uchiyama (the Tsukishima from "Haikyuu!") while Akane will be played by Inori Minase (the Hestia from "Dungeon ni Deai"). The popular teen comedy/romance by author Mashiro surpassed 1 million copies sold last January, with the 6th volume of the manga scheduled for October 21 (see image at end). The story follows young Akane Kinoshita who has been betrayed by her ex-boyfriend after he meets another girl in a popular multiplayer RPG called Forest of Savior (FOS). Hurt and unable to get over what happened Akane returns to the game and eventually meets Yamada-kun, a young pro-player whose character avatar has afro hair and a mask that makes her angry just by looking at it. In a moment of need Akane exposes her love life to Yamada but he takes little notice since, although famous in the world of competitive games, he does not understand much about romance and is not very communicative. As fate would have it, they meet again and, touched by the human side of her new friend, Akane develops a growing interest in Yamada. It remains to be seen how she will deal with the detached and sometimes annoying personality of her future boyfriend. The manga started in March 2019 through Ganma! magazine and won the Tsutaya Comic Award now in 2022.

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