It has been given several manga adaptations; the first incarnation, its title and basic plot unchanged, began serialization in ; it was written and illustrated by Itachi and published in Monthly Comic Alive. An original video animation episode was released on September 26, A live-action film adaptation was released on February 1, In developing Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai , or Haganai for short, Hirasaka contrasts the main characters as opposites of the ones in the Light Novel Club which had good relationships to begin with. Hirasaka drew influences from personal experience: "This novel is a story about myself who also had few friends, bad communication skills, negative thinking, lacking life experiences and useless delusional habits. The anime was directed by Hisashi Saito, who had previously directed the fan service romantic comedy Heaven's Lost Property.
Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends
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This week is full of lessons for the Neighbors: There's no such thing as a yaoi hole; little girls can't really be nuns; Kodaka really is that much of a putz. Sena refuses to be seen in Yozora's plagiarized movie, so the Neighbors have to do it over again. High drama! Steamy boy-on-boy action! A samurai! No, for real this time! Kodaka meets Yusa Aoi, Sena's classmate and perpetual runner-up.
Anime | Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai
The Neighbor's Club—a club founded for the purpose of making friends, where misfortunate boys and girls with few friends live out their regrettable lives. Although Yozora Mikazuki faced a certain incident at the end of summer, the daily life of the Neighbor's Club goes on as usual. A strange nun, members of the student council and other new faces make an appearance, causing Kodaka Hasegawa's life to grow even busier. While they all enjoy going to the amusement park, playing games, celebrating birthdays, and challenging the "school festival"—a symbol of the school life normal people live—the relations amongst the members slowly begins to change
Look back at our favorite moments throughout the year, from award shows to up-close shots of celebrities. See the gallery. Second year high school student Kodaka Hasegawa has transferred to his new school about a month ago, but he still hasn't made any friends. Kodaka Hasegawa was born from a Japanese father and a British mother.