WOWOW launched on Thursday that it is producing a keep-movement sequence adaptation of Asumiko Nakamura‘s Utsubora – A Story of a Novelist manga. Atsuko Maeda will play every twin sisters Aki and Sakura throughout the sequence.

Hiroto Hara is directing the sequence, with scripts by Kazuhisa Kodera and Kiko Inoue. Yūji Iwamoto is composing the music.

Vertical printed the manga in English, and it describes the story:

Young author Aki Fujino appeared poised to creating it giant on the planet of publishing. Her debut title Utsobora was being pitched about to a amount of editors and on the very least one particular person felt it was set to propel her into stardom. However, sooner than she may ever have her information printed, the youthful lady was found ineffective. Some think about it was a suicide, nonetheless these close to her actually really feel there’s one thing additional sinister involved on this youthful experience’s demise.

Aki’s demise has develop to be one factor straight out of a thriller. Much similar to the story behind Utsubora, there’s one thing additional to Aki, Sakura, and their relationship with an author named Misoro than meets the eye. And it is attainable that the one resolution to clear up this thriller may be to uncover all their secrets and techniques and strategies.

Nakamura printed the manga in Ohta Publishing‘s Manga Erotics F journal from 2008 to 2012, and Ohta Publishing launched the manga in two volumes. Vertical launched the manga in a single omnibus amount.

Digital Manga Guild beforehand launched Nakamura’s Classmates and Sotsugyōsei manga in English, and Seven Seas then picked up the license to every in 2018 and launched them in three volumes in 2019. Seven Seas has moreover licensed Nakamura’s Sora and Hara and O.B. manga.

A-1 Pictures produced an anime film adaptation of the Classmates manga that opened in Japan in February 2016. Aniplex of America and Azoland Pictures launched the film in theaters throughout the United States in May 2016, and Aniplex of America launched the film on Blu-ray Disc in September of that yr.

Source: Comic Natalie