After seven years, Kaguya-sama: Love is War will end in November
In the latest issue of the magazine Young Jump it was confirmed that the manga written and illustrated by aka akasaka, Kaguya-sama: Love is War, will end with its chapter on November 2. The work will star on the cover of that day’s edition of the magazine, being one of the few occasions in which it will not be starring some gravure-idol (female model in swimsuit).
With this, the work will come to an end after seven and a half years of serialization, after having debuted in May 2015 in Japan. In the advertisement included in the magazine it was written: «Let’s see the love story between two people! Seven years of serialization, a long romantic comedy will finally be complete!». Finally, the magazine will include a twelve-page booklet to commemorate the completion of the series.
For its part, aka akasaka the publication of the manga began in the magazine Miracle Jump from the publisher Shueisha in May 2015, and moved it to the magazine Weekly Young Jump in 2016. The work has so far inspired three seasons of an anime adaptation, followed by an animated film currently in production by the studios. A-1 Pictures.
Synopsis for Kaguya-sama: Love is War
At the renowned Shuchiin Academy, Miyuki Shirogane and Kaguya Shinomiya are the top representatives of the student body. Ranked as the top student in the nation and respected by his peers and mentors, Miyuki is the president of the student council. Alongside him, Vice President Kaguya – eldest daughter of the wealthy Shinomiya family – excels in every conceivable field. They are the envy of all the students, considered the perfect couple. However, despite the fact that both have already developed feelings for the other, neither is willing to admit them. The first to confess loses, will be despised and will be considered the minor. With their honor and pride at stake, Miyuki and Kaguya are equally determined to be the one who emerges victorious on the battlefield of love!
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