On the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Shuhei Miyazaki, Boku to Roboco (Me & Roboco), the first promotional video was released. The video confirms the voice cast, the production team, and that the release date remains scheduled for next December 4 in short film format.
Miyazaki began publication of the manga through the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from the publisher Shueisha in July 2020. The digital service of Shueisha, SLEEVE Plusalso publishes the new chapters of the work simultaneously with Japan.
- shun matsuo like Roboco.
- Minami Tsuda like Bondo Taira.
- Ryoutarou Okiayu like Gachi Gorilla.
- Shunsuke Takeuchi as Motsuo Kaneo.
- Akitarou Daichi (Kamisama Hajimemashita, Fruits Basket, Bokura ga Ita) and is in charge of directing the anime at the studios gallop.
- Sayuri Ooba (Oniichan no Koto nanka Zenzen Suki ja Nai n da kara ne!!, Romantic Killer, Mewkledreamy) is in charge of writing and supervising the scripts.
- Yūko Ebara is in charge of character design and animation direction.
Boku to Roboco Synopsis
Robotic OrderMaids are popping up in every home, and 10-year-old Bondo Taira has discovered that his two best friends – Motsuo and Gachi Gorilla – also have OrderMaids. Motsuo, in particular, owns Meico, a beautiful robot that gives excellent massages and drinks with a smile. Jealous of his friend, Bondo convinces his mother to give him an OrderMaid, hoping to have a similar experience.
However, to Bondo’s surprise, the maid who appears at his door is incredibly muscular and clumsy enough to wreck a house while performing simple tasks. Going by the name of Roboko, this new robot is the exact opposite of what Bondo wanted. But despite this, Bondo, along with his friends, learn that there is more to Roboko than they might expect.
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