The medium and distribution format the manga will be adapted into is yet to be announced, but the story itself could easily suit anime or live-action, TV or film. It follows Nao Yoshikawa and her super-cool classmate Hasashi Uehara as a mix-up with a housing agency, and then its sudden closure, forces them into living together.
At the same time, the launch of Takasuka’s Good Morning Kiss Marina-hen spinoff arc will be announced in the magazine. With a first chapter 40 pages long and fronted by a full colour opening page, the story has previously been teased: “Nao is surprised at Marina’s sudden confession. How is Uehara connected to this?”
Cookie will also give readers a reprint of Good Morning Call’s first volume, originally published in 1997 after starting in Shueisha’s Ribon, as a bundle offer with the magazine’s next issue.
Source: Anime News Network