Miyuki Tonogaya‘s The Ice Guy and His Cool Female Colleague manga is getting a TV anime adaptation, as announced on the newly opened Twitter account and website. Studios ZERO-G and Liber will co-produce the anime, with Mankyu as director. Yui Ishikawa will voice the female protagonist Fuyutsuki-san, while Chiaki Kobayashi will voice the male protagonist Himuro-kun. A special illustration by Miyuki Tonogaya was released to commemorate the announcement:
The Ice Guy and His Cool Female Colleague manga was first serialized on Square Enix’s Gangan Pixiv manga website on July 12, 2019. It will publish volume 6 on June 22. Comikey licensed it in English, and they describe the story:
Himuro-kun is a living descendant of the Snow Woman from Japanese folklore. But anytime he’s around his eccentric yet kind colleague, Fuyutsuki-san, he totally freezes up! Despite the snowstorm of love that rages on in his heart, and her complete cluelessness, will he take a step forward or stay frozen in place?
Source: Official Website
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