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The official website for the television anime of Miki Yoshikawa‘s A Couple of Cuckoos (Kakkō no Iinazuke) manga has posted the main anime’s continuous half-year run, mini-anime, and clean opening sequence.
It is widely known that The Couple of Cuckoos anime will debut on April 24.
Hot Details From the New Trailer
The trailer for the anime (below) beautifully shows how Nagi and Erika lead their everyday lives and their meeting on a fateful day. It also shows some of the supporting characters.
Kiyoe Yoshioka performs the opening theme song “Dekoboko” (Bumpy). Additionally, the series has also been listed with two cours. So you can expect the anime to continue airing for half a year with no breaks in between. Sangatsu no Phantasia performs the anime’s ending theme song “Shikaku Unmei” (Square Destiny).
The spinoff mini anime, Kakkō no Iikagen, will premiere on Kadokawa Anime’s YouTube channel on April 28. Based on the poster below, you can expect the spinoff to focus on the comic backstories and behind the scenes of Nagi Umino and Erika Amano, the anime’s protagonists.
More on the Manga
A Couple of Cuckoos or Cuckoo’s Fiance is a manga by Miki Yoshiwara. It was launched in January 2020 in the Weekly Shounen Magazine.
Kodansha Comics describes the manga:
16-year-old super-studier Nagi Umino, second-year student at the Megurogawa Academy high school, was switched at birth. On his way to a dinner to meet his birth parents, he accidentally meets the brash, outspoken, Erika Amano, who is determined to make Nagi her fake boyfriend as she never wants to actually marry. But once Nagi makes it to dinner, he finds his parents have decided to resolve the hospital switch by conveniently having him marry the daughter his birth parents raised…who turns out to be none other than Erika herself!
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