Komi Cant Communicate Season 3: Komi Can’t Communicate is a popular slice-of-life romantic comedy anime. It is based on a manga series of the same name by Tomohito Oda. The show has gained immense popularity due to its representation of a wallflower named Komi who resonated with the audience. It provided a safe haven for all misfits struggling with social anxiety. The anime’s second season ended on July 13, 2022, and it received multiple awards. It included the 67th Shogakukan Manga Award and the Crunchyroll Anime Award for Best Comedy in 2022.
The first and second seasons each broadcast 12 episodes, adapting the manga till chapter 130. The manga now has almost 300 chapters published in 28 volumes as of January 18, 2023. So, will the producers come out with “Komi cant communicate season 3”?
Storyline of Komi Can’t Communicate
Komi and Tadano begin a new chapter in their life as they start their second year in the last season of Komi Can’t Communicate. The show’s voice cast includes some well-known industry stars who are likely to repeat their roles in the third season.
The manga’s popularity spawned an 8-episode live-action series featuring Elaiza Ikeda as Komi, who is also recognized for her appearance as Kirari Momobami in the 2019 Kakegurui live-action feature, Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler. Netflix offers the anime for streaming, and VizMedia, which has the worldwide publishing rights to the manga, describes the program as follows on its official website: “Timid Tadano is a complete wallflower, and he likes it that way. But all changes on the first day of high school when he finds himself by himself in a class with the renowned Komi. She’s just really awkward, he quickly realizes; she’s not being aloof. Now he’s made it his duty to assist her in her quest to meet 100 people!”
In conclusion, fans of Komi Can’t Communicate can expect a season three in the near future, given the show’s immense popularity. Stay tuned for more updates on the show and other trending manga and anime like Attack on Titan, My Hero Academia, Jujutsu Kaisen, Tokyo Revengers, and more.