Another unique romantic comedy anime has emerged. While it’s not uncommon to see slice-of-life romantic comedies focused on young middle schoolers in recent times, only a handful manage to capture the hearts of many fans. In The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses, the school life of Mie-san, who has poor vision, and Komura-kun, who strives to help her, is depicted. It was a story that fans of this genre could watch indefinitely.
The original manga for The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses has been published since 2018, and in July 2023, it was adapted into an anime by the studio GoHands. The first season consists of 13 episodes. While there are many anime that spotlight girls with glasses (commonly known as “meganekko”), the unique aspect of this anime is that the heroine spends most of her time without them. This leads to various entertaining scenarios.
So, what should viewers do after finishing the entire anime? Must they simply wait for the next season? No, they can delve into the original manga to experience the authentic world and continue where the anime left off. Let’s check where the anime of The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses ends in the manga, and from which volume and chapter fans can start reading to continue the story.
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How many volumes does The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses have?
The manga series of The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses has been serialized in Monthly Gangan Joker since 2018, written by Koume Fujichika. The slice-of-life, romantic-comedy manga is composed of 11 volumes published so far (the latest 11th volume released in July 2023). It has been published in English since 2022, physically by Square Enix and digitally by Comikey.
What chapter does the The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses anime end on?
The anime series of The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses concludes with Episode 13 “The Girl I Like and I Made a Promise,” which coincides with the end of Volume 6, Chapter 68. To enjoy the following story after the anime finishes, it’s recommended to read the manga series from Volume 7 Chapter 69.
Season 1: From Volume 1 Chapter 1 to Volume 6 Chapter 68
Season 2: From Volume 7 Chapter 69
The first season concluded just as the bond between Mie-san and Komura-kun grew significantly closer. The story temporarily ended as the school semester wrapped up, with summer vacation on the horizon. It’s likely that the next season will pick up with the start of their summer break days.
From now on, to follow the intriguing relationship between the two, check out the manga starting from Volume 7 onwards.
When will The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses Season 2 air?
Unfortunately, there hasn’t been an announcement for The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses Season 2 yet. Given the considerable popularity of the anime, there’s a high likelihood for a second season. The first season covered the story up to the sixth volume of the manga, so if there’s to be a second season, it would probably be after the release of the manga’s twelfth volume. While that might happen in the first half of 2024, I predict that the production of The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses Season 2 may not start until 2025 or later.
For those who can’t wait for the next season, follow the guide above and dive into the manga ahead of time!
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