Mr. Nietzsche in the Convenience Store

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Mr. Nietzsche in the Convenience Store
Mr. Nietzsche in the Convenience Store 1.jpg
Cover of Mr. Nietzsche in the Convenience Store volume one.
ニーチェ先生~コンビニに、さとり世代の新人が舞い降りた~
(Nietzsche-sensei ~Konbini ni, Satori Sedai no Shinjin ga Maiorita~)
Genre Comedy
Manga
Written by Matsukoma
Illustrated by Hashimoto
Published by Media Factory
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Monthly Comic Gene
Original run August 2013 – present
Volumes 6 (List of volumes)
Television drama
Directed by Yūichi Fukuda
Written by Yūichi Fukuda
Music by Eishi Segawa
Original network Yomiuri TV, Hulu, Crunchyroll
Original run 1 January 2016 – present
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Mr. Nietzsche in the Convenience Store (ニーチェ先生~コンビニに、さとり世代の新人が舞い降りた~, Niiche-sensei ~Konbini ni, Satori Sedai no Shinjin ga Maiorita~) is a Japanese shōjo comedy manga series written by Matsukoma and illustrated by Hashimoto, and published in Monthly Comic Gene since 2013. A live-action television adaptation has been announced.[1]

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

Matsukoma and Hashimoto began publishing the manga in the August 2013 issue of Media Factory's shōjo magazine Monthly Comic Gene. The series was based off a popular series of Twitter posts detailing the lives of real-life convenience store employees. An audio drama CD was released in February 2015.[1]

Volume list[edit]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBN
1 27 January 2014[2]ISBN 978-4-04-066237-4 [2]
2 26 July 2014[3]ISBN 978-4-04-066821-5 [3]
3 27 January 2015[4]ISBN 978-4-04-067255-7 [4]
4 27 August 2015[5]ISBN 978-4-04-067592-3 [5]
5 27 February 2016[6]ISBN 978-4-04-068208-2 [5]

TV drama[edit]

It was announced in the September issue of Monthly Comic Gene that the series would be adapted into a live-action television drama.[1] The series will be written and directed by Yūichi Fukuda, and will premiere on Yomiuri TV , Hulu, and crunchyroll starting on 1 January 2016.[7][8]

Reception[edit]

As of the September issue of Monthly Comic Gene, the series had over 1 million copies in print.[1]

In a list of best-selling first volumes published in 2014, compiled by The Japan Publication Sales' Distribution Reform Group Comic Team, the series ranked number three.[9] It also ranked number three on a list of the top 15 manga series containing less that five volumes, based on a poll of 2,360 bookstore employees conducted by the online bookseller Honya Club.[10]

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