Kanae Hazuki’s Say “I Love You” Manga Gets Anime Adaptation
An anime adaptation of the shōjo manga, Say “I Love You” (Suki-tte Ii na yo) has been greenlit.
Kanaei Hazuki’s manga, which was launched and published in Kodansha in 2008, revolves around the love story of loner Mei Tachibana, who has never had friends or a boyfriend, and around the popular Yamato Kurosawa, who becomes infatuated with her after she accidentally kicks him in the face.
Although the plot does seem very run-of-the-mill, I personally find it to be one of the best currently running shōjo manga out there. I am really excited to see it adapted into an anime and become more popular.