From the creator of Mahoromatic by Ditama Bow comes a new manga to be adapted!
The 28th issue (on sale on June 20) of Kodansha’s Bessatsu Young Magazine has announced that Bow Ditama’s Kiss×sis manga will be adapted as an anime. The story centers on Keita, a third-year middle school boy studying for his high school entrance exams. His two twin stepsisters Ako and Riko Suminoe — with no blood relation to him — help him prepare for the exams, but life gets too cozy between Keita and the girls.
Keita has two step-sisters who love him in a lustful way and have no problems expressing it, they even are in competition about that. Much to the laughs of his friends, he endures it but when one day they come to his school to give him his lunch, he gets annoyed and explodes on them, then they confess their feelings for him in front of everyone and leave. Feeling sorry he chases after them and says that he’ll study hard in order to get in the same highschool as them.
The story began as a one-shot manga in 2004, and was extended into regular serialization from 2007 until now. Two volumes have been compiled and published so far. More details about the “forbidden” anime will be provided in the next issue of Bessatsu Young Magazine, which will ship on August 11. Ditama had previous created the manga for Mahoromatic, Kibun Kibun, and several other titles.