The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten Anime Announced

The best thing about being a fan of anime and manga is that you get a lot of surprises in the form of advertisements. Like the manga, light novels are also attracting everyone’s attention today, and fans are yearning to see their fledgling protagonist in anime. Recently, the popular light novel, The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten, announced its anime adaptation project, which got fans very excited and gave them reason to celebrate. Here, we are going to analyze everything about this famous novel. We’ll also talk about its cast, story plot, and most importantly, its planned release date. So be sure to read this article to the end.

The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten is a series of Japanese light novels written by Saekisan and illustrated by Hanekoto. This novel has five volumes that were originally published on Shosetsuka ni Naro in online mode. In North America, Yen Press has the right to publish this novel in English. His manga adaptation, created by Wan Shibata and Suzu Yuki, was serialized in the popular Square Enix manga magazine, also known as Manga Up!

The angel next door spoils me rotten plot

The concept of this light novel series, The Angel Next Door Spoils me Rotten is very simple. Amane lives alone in his apartment, and around the corner lives the most beautiful girl in school. They never speak to each other when they are distressed, but one day, there was a heavy rain throughout the district, and Amane lends his umbrella to that cute girl. To return the favor, she helps him with the housework, and this is the trigger for their relationship. This novel is based on these two people and their love, chemistry, and different stages of their relationship.

The angel next door spoils me rotten
The angel next door spoils me rotten

The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten anime announced: cast and details

Recently, on the GA Bunko New Years live broadcast on Abema TV, a big announcement was made regarding the anime adaptation The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten. The Angel Next Door Spoils me Rotten will soon have an anime adaptation by director Kenichi Imaizumi, who also directed the After School Dice Club adaptation. They called this project Project 9 and said that they are working tirelessly to present their best work in front of fans. A trailer and PV were also released with the announcement, which looks very fresh and impressive.

Besides Kenichi Imaizumi, other talented people who are working tirelessly on this project are, Keiichiro ochi who was in charge of the writing and script part. Takayuki noguchi is working behind the character design, and Moe hyuga is giving the music in the next anime. Amane Fujimiya will be played by Taito Ban, and Mahiru Shiina will be played by Manaka Iwami. Itsuki Akazawa will be played by Taku Yashiro. Chitose Shirakawa will be voiced by Haruka Shiraishi.

Here is the released poster of the anime adaptation The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten.

Angel Next Door Spoil Me Rotten Ad Poster

Release date of the anime adaptation The Angel Next Door Spoils me Rotten

Now let’s talk about when we can finally see the anime. According to officials, there is neither a release date nor an expected date available to the public. However, it is confirmed that Project No.9 will make its appearance on screen this year, that is, the same 2022. According to us, it is possible that we will see the anime in the spring of 2022. But at the end of the day, all these dates are mere expectations and assumptions. As soon as officials provide the confirmed release date, we’ll update this article, so be sure to bookmark it.

Where can we see the anime The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten?

Finally, the creators got engaged and announced that the production company and the entire talented cast are working tirelessly for the anime adaptation of The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten. They put various PVs and leaks in front of fans and asked them to wait a bit longer. According to officials, The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten Anime may premiere anytime in 2022 in Japan and around the world on various global anime streaming platforms. Some of the most popular streaming services are Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Netflix.

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