Comrades, the war is finally coming to a very endearing but melancholic conclusion. Aka Asaka’s Kaguya-sama Love Is War Manga announced last Thursday that the manga will end on the second of November, and it has brought fans to cheers and tears.
The 48th issue of Shueisha’s Young Jump magazine, released on Thursday, revealed that Aka Akasaka’s Kaguya-sama: Love is War manga will conclude in the magazine’s next issue, due out on November 2. The series will also be featured on the cover of the magazine.
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To honor the series’ completion, the magazine will feature a 12-page booklet.
The manga’s last arc began in October 2021.
Kaguya-sama Love Is War is about a high school romance with a very unique twist. Shuchiin Academy educates students from Japan’s most successful and wealthy families, as well as the country’s brightest young scholars. The best of the best are Student Council President Miyuki Shirogane and Student Council Vice President Kaguya Shinomiya. They’d be perfect together if it weren’t for their mutual pride and narcissism. Two geniuses devise elaborate schemes to persuade the other to confess their feelings first, because to them, love is war, and the first to confess their feelings loses.
In May 2015, Akasaka launched the series in Shueisha’s Miracle Jump magazine, but it was moved to Young Jump in March 2016. Shueisha released the manga’s 27th compiled book volume on October 19, and the 28th volume will be released in December.
The third season of the anime adaptation premiered on April 9. The anime film Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: First Kiss wa Owaranai (Kaguya-sama: Love is War – The First Kiss Never Ends), based on the manga’s story arc of the same name, will be released in Japan in winter 2022.