Negi Haruba, the author of the popular manga “The Quintessential Quintuplets,” updated her Twitter account on the 9th and released an illustration of the heroine Miku.
Today, March 9th, I posted an illustration of Miku, the heroine of “The Quintessential Quintuplets,” as “Miku.”
The fans said, “I’m very happy to see Miku drawn by Haruba Negi-sensei on this day… Thank you!” Thank you for that,” and “Miku-chan is too cute!”
In “The Quintessential Quintuplets,” the protagonist, a high school boy who lives a poor life, Fuutarou, encounters five unique heroines (Ichika, Nino, Miku, Yotsuba, and Go) who are on the verge of failing due to particular circumstances. A romantic comedy about becoming a tutor for Moon) and struggling to guide them to graduation.
The main character, who is about to get married to one of the quintuplets, is depicted reminiscing about his high school days, and the highlight is “Which of the quintuplets will he marry?”
Serialization started in August 2017 in “Weekly Shonen Magazine” (Kodansha) and was completed in February 2020. From January to March 2019, famous voice actors Kana Hanazawa (as Ichika), Ayana Taketatsu (as Nino), Miki Ito (as Miku), Ayane Sakura (as Yotsuba), and Inori Minase (as Satsuki) ) were broadcast and became a hot topic. The second season will be broadcast from January to March 2021, and the total of comics has exceeded 16 million copies.