Farewell, My Dear Cramer Manga – To Get An Film And Anime Adaptation

A Soccer Manga From The Creator Of "Your Lie In April".

Farewell, My Dear Cramer

According to the descriptions for the listing of Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen JUMP Magazine’s October issue, “Farewell, My Dear Cramer”, a Manga series by Naoshi Arakawa will be receiving a Film as well as an Anime TV series. The 39th issue will be shipping in September. Which will be containing more information regarding the Cast, release schedule along with other details. Regarding the Film adaptation, currently, we have no information whether it’ll be a Live-Action Film or an Animated one but still something to look forward to.

From the author, Naoshi Arakawa, who has written and illustrated the popular tear-jerking manga series, Your Lie In April. The manga received a successful 22 episodes long TV anime adaptation that was handled by A-1 Pictures.

About The Manga | Farewell, My Dear Cramer

Written and illustrated by Naoshi Arakawa, Farewell, My Dear Cramer, is a Japanese manga series. It serialized in Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen Manga Magazine back in 2016 in the Month of May. Since then, it has released a total of 12 volumes and is still going strong.

Farewell, My Dear Cramer
Naoshi Arakawa’s Soccer Manga Series.

The Story is about a middle Schoolgirl, Sumire Suou, who has a passion for playing Soccer. Sadly even after three years of middle school has no accolades to prove her success and skills in the sport. Hungry to prove her worth and win against her middle school rival Midori Soshizaki. Everything took a different turn after Midori Soshizaki recruited Sumire to come to play with her at Warabi high school. However, Warabi High School isn’t a powerhouse for Girls Soccer, and regardless of that, they go to that School. Now they both have to work together and learn to be better teammates while putting their past behind.

The Impact Of The Manga | Farewell, My Dear Cramer

The influence of this manga is strong because there aren’t many manga’s that push for women competing in high-level sports. Naoshi Sensei’s manga is very empowering and supportive to women taking part in sports and having something young girls can get into. Girls playing sports is always a very nice thing to see.  This action, however small, helps in breaking through gender stereotypes and going beyond which is definitely needed. A lot of young people read manga and watch anime; it’s perhaps the best way to cultivate such a culture and norm wherein any person can do what they like to and aren’t held back by any preconceived notion.