• 4-Panel Manga "Bad Girl" to Be Adapted into TV Anime by Bridge
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4-Panel Manga "Bad Girl" to Be Adapted into TV Anime by Bridge

The 4-panel manga "Bad Girl," currently serialized in "Manga Time Kirara Carat," has been confirmed for a TV anime adaptation.

Bad Girl

4-Panel Manga "Bad Girl" to Be Adapted into TV Anime

"Bad Girl" follows Yuu Yuutani, a first-year student at Fujigasaki Private High School. Known as an excellent student with a good reputation, Yuu's school life changes dramatically when she meets the school's Madonna and disciplinary committee chair, Atori Mizutori. In an effort to catch the attention of Achi, whom she reveres like a god, Yuu decides to abandon her goody-two-shoes image and strives to become a "bad delinquent." This school comedy depicts the amusing struggles of a self-proclaimed delinquent girl trying her best to stand out.

The anime will be directed by Johji Furuta, known for "SHAMAN KING FLOWERS" and "The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of The Commandments." The series composition will be handled by Shoji Yonemura, known for "Wave, Listen to Me!" and "Butt Detective." Character design will be by Yufuki Morimoto, known for "Boarding School Juliet" and "Cardfight!! Vanguard GZ." Music will be composed by Arisa Okehazama, known for "The Apothecary Diaries" and "ONII-CHAN WA OSHIMAI!" The animation production will be handled by Bridge, known for "SHAMAN KING FLOWERS" and "Yu-Gi-Oh! Go Rush!!"

Bad Girl to Be Adapted into TV Anime

4-Panel Manga "Bad Girl" to Be Adapted into TV Anime

Comments from Nikumaru-sensei

I am truly grateful for the anime adaptation of "Bad Girl"! I want to express my heartfelt thanks to all the readers who have supported the series, the editors who have worked hand-in-hand with me, and the companies that approached me, etc. I wish I could individually name everyone and express my gratitude, but there are too many to fit within this message, so I will refrain from doing so this time.

While there isn't much I can share about the anime content yet, I feel that director Furuta, series composer Yonemura, and everyone involved are treating the original work with great care. The unique expressions of the anime and the voice actors' performances add an exciting new dimension to the story. I hope to share this excitement with all the readers and those who discover the series through the anime adaptation! Thank you for your continued support!