Komi Can't Communicate reveals more cast members ahead of its launch late next month. We learned just recently that Komi Can't Communicate would be heading to Netflix in October. Though the series debuts a bit earlier in Japan, International fans can check out Komi Can't Communicate on October 21, 2021. The manga by Tomohito Oda became something of a sensation. Tons of arguments broke out in regards to Komi, the main character, in regards to her being the best girl. Though, it really picked up once the manga was published in English. We've known of the anime for a little while now, but it's only recently that we've started getting many details. In fact, this voice cast update comes only, like, a week after the Netflix reveal.
For those who might not know, Komi Can't Communicate, follows Komi who is incredibly shy. She's so shy that she pretty much can't speak, which is just a tragedy. Because of this, students have come to look at her in a certain way, as this calm, cool... queen, essentially. The problem is that Komi is nothing like that! Because of the way people treat her and her social anxiety, she has no friends. So the series follows Komi as she tries to make 100 friends, which is just about the most wholesome thing in the world.
In Japan, Komi Can't Communicate is coming out pretty soon. Because of this, the official Twitter for the series has announced some of the other voice cast members. They also revealed what they will look like in the upcoming anime when it hits Netflix later on in October. Nokoko Inaka, Ruriko Aoni and Kaede Otori are voiced by Megumi Han, Ruriko Aoni and Yurika Moriyama respectively. Each of these characters has their own little quirk that makes them special, and I'm looking forward to seeing them in the anime itself. I just hope the anime can capture the art style that made Komi so special.
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