Aniplex of America describes We Never Learn: BOKUBEN:
Nariyuki Yuiga is in his last and most painful year of high school. In order to gain the “special VIP recommendation” which would grant him a full scholarship to college, he must now tutor his classmates as they struggle to prepare for entrance exams.
Among his pupils are “the sleeping beauty of the literary forest,” Fumino Furuhashi, and “the Thumbelina supercomputer,” Rizu Ogata–two of the most beautiful super-geniuses at the school!
While these two were thought to be academically flawless, it turns out that they're completely clueless outside of their pet subjects…!?
As Nariyuki's life is turned upside down by these quirky girls who just never learn, he must do everything he can to get them accepted into college!
The stage is set for this romantic comedy featuring prodigies who never learn when it comes to studying and love!
Tsutsui launched the manga in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in February 2017, and the 10th compiled book volume shipped on February 4. As of last May, the series has 1 million copies in print.
Viz Mediapreviewed the first three chapters of the manga for free as part of its "Jump Start" initiative, and added the manga as a regular series for its digital English edition of Weekly Shonen Jump in April 2017.
It is the Taisho Period in Japan. Tanjiro, a kindhearted boy who sells charcoal for a living, finds his family slaughtered by a demon. To make matters worse, his younger sister Nezuko, the sole survivor, has been transformed into a demon herself.
Though devastated by this grim reality, Tanjiro resolves to become a “demon slayer” so that he can turn his sister back into a human, and kill the demon that massacred his family.
<!–The show stars:
Natsuki Hanae as Tanjirō Kamado
Akari Kitō as Nezuko Kamado
Hiro Shimono as Zenitsu Agatsuma
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Inosuke Hashibira
Takahiro Sakurai as Giyū Tomioka
Houchu Ohtsuka as Sakonji Urokodaki
Yuuki Kaji as Sabito
Ai Kakuma as Makomo
Nobuhiko Okamoto as Genya
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Kagaya Ubuyashiki
Shiori Izawa as Guide (White-Haired)
Aoi Yūki as Guide (Black-Haired)
Daisuke Namikawa as Haganezuka
Takumi Yamazaki as Kasugaigarasu
Hikaru Midorikawa as Odō no Oni
Takehito Koyasu as Teoni
Viz Media is publishing the manga digitally and in print, and it describes the story:
Since ancient times, rumors have abounded of man-eating demons lurking in the woods. Because of this, the local townsfolk never venture outside at night. Legend has it that a demon slayer also roams the night, hunting down these bloodthirsty demons. For young Tanjiro, these rumors will soon to become his harsh reality…
Ever since the death of his father, Tanjiro has taken it upon himself to support his family. Although their lives may be hardened by tragedy, they’ve found happiness. But that ephemeral warmth is shattered one day when Tanjiro finds his family slaughtered and the lone survivor, his sister Nezuko, turned into a demon. To his surprise, however, Nezuko still shows signs of human emotion and thought… Thus begins Tanjiro’s request to fight demons and turn his sister human again.
The theatrical version of the first five episodes of the television anime is titledKimetsu no Yaiba: Kyōdai no Kizuna (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Bonds of Siblings). This version began screening in 11 theaters in Japan for two weeks starting on March 29. Aniplex of America hosted the United States premiere of the theatrical version at the Aratani Theatre in Los Angeles on March 31 at 3:00 p.m. PDT.
The television anime will premiere on April 6 at 11:30 p.m., and will air on 20 total channels including Tokyo MX, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, and BS11.
The manga debuted in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in February 2016, and Shueisha published the manga's 14th volume on January 4. The series is inspiring a four-panel spinoff manga by Ryōji Hirano (Bozebeats manga) titled Kimetsu no Aima!. Viz Media is publishing the main manga digitally and in print.