The Masterful Cat Is Depressed Again Today Begins in July, GoHands Producing


The Masterful Cat Is Depressed Again Today anime adaptation has received a key visual, July premiere date, and details about the main staff and cast. It was also revealed that GoHands, whose Tokyo Babylon 2021 adaptation was cancelled in March 2021 due to plagiarism issues, is the animation production company.

The Masterful Cat Is Depressed Again Today will be GoHands’ first new release since Tokyo Babylon 2021‘s cancellation. Its last-released projects were the Seitokai Yakuindomo 2 movie (which premiered in January 2021) and the Scar on the Praeter TV series (which ran from January to April 2021)


Susumu Kudou (Joran: The Princess of Snow and Blood director) is serving as chief director with Katsumasa Yokomine (Scar on the Praeter, W’z episode director and stroyboarder) as director, Tamazou Yanagi (Scar on the Praeter, W’z as scriptwriter, and Takayuki Uchida (W’z) as character designer. GoHands is credited with series composition.

Meanwhile, the main cast includes Hiroki Yasumoto as Yukichi and Yui Ishikawa as Saku Fukuzawa.

The Masterful Cat Is Depressed Again Today is based on the manga by  Hitsuji Yamada. It originally began serialization on Kodansha’s Suiyoubi no Sirius web manga page on Nico Nico Seiga in 2018. Serialization in Monthly Shounen Sirius began in October 2021. The anime’s key visual and release date reveal come on the release date of the manga’s seventh tankoubon volume.

Seven Seas Entertainment describes the series as:

Saku is an ordinary young woman who works long hours and lives alone with her cat, Yukichi. Yukichi, however, is not an ordinary house cat. For one, the temperamental feline towers over Saku and walks around on two legs. Instead of playing with toy mice, he scours supermarket flyers for good deals and keeps the house spotless. With a pet like that, it’s hard to tell who’s taking care of who!

Source: The Masterful Cat Is Depressed Again Today website

Melvyn originally wanted to write about video games, and he did so for a few years, starting from his college days. He still writes about video games sometimes, but now focuses on anime-related news content and the occasional review. Some of his free time is spent self-learning Japanese, both out of interest in the language and because English-translated light novels and manga are expensive. Every anime season, Melvyn looks forward to discovering new standout episodes and OP/ED animation sequences, as well as learning about the storyboard artists and directors behind them.
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