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Crunchyroll Brings ‘Don’t Mess with Me, Nagatoro’ Anime Anime Dub To YouTube

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Senpai, don't you ever get angry?
© Nanashi Kodansha / Don’t Be Fooled, Mr. Nagatoro Production Committee

The spring 2021 anime adaptation of the Don’t Mess With Me, Nagatoro manga proved pretty popular with its April 10th, 2021 debut which saw Crunchyroll streaming it. With a second season on the way for the property, Crunchyroll is looking to expand their reach a bit with it as over the weekend they added the first episode to YouTube for streaming in its dubbed form. It’s designed to draw viewers in to check out more of the dub on Crunchyroll proper and is one way to easily share and sample a show. It’s available to viewers worldwide outside of Asia, Sudan, and Cuba.

The series was directed by Hirokazu Hanai working from the series composition by Taku Kishimoto. Misaki Suzuki is on board as the character designer while Telecom Animation Film handled the animation production for it.

The Japanese cast includes:

  • Sumire Uesaka as Nagatoro
  • Daiki Yamashita as Senpai
  • Mikako Komatsu as Gamo-chan
  • Aina Suzuki as Yosshii
  • Shiori Izawa as Sakura

Sumire Uesaka will be performing the opening theme song for the series which will definitely be a big plus.

The series comes from creator Nanashi which began serialization in late 2017 through the Pocket website which has eight volumes out as of July 9th, 2020.


Check out the official site and Twitter.

Plot Concept: Nagatoro is a cute freshman in high school who loves to toy with her senior classmate (Senpai). Even though Nagatoro tricks Senpai, makes him cry, and teases him, the two of them are hardly ever apart. Do the two of them really like each other as friends? Or are they toying with the idea that they can be something more…? Find out in this rowdy romantic comedy!