Kaguya-sama: Love Is War Season 3 - Ultra Romantic has fans glued on the screen with its hilarious drama, but the manga is way ahead, with much higher stakes for Kaguya and Miyuki. For those who can't wait for the latest updates, the manga will offer a wealth of funny and tense moments. But is the Kaguya-sama: Love Is War manga finished or ending soon?
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About the Kaguya-sama: Love Is War Manga
The manga of Kaguya-sama: Love Is War is quite similar to the anime adaptation, following the antiques of Kaguya Shinomiya and Miyuki Shirogane as they try to make each other confess their love first. If you want to avoid spoilers, we recommend skipping to the next section, as we are going to discuss some differences below!
The ongoing Kaguya-sama seinen manga finally ends the long series of mind games between the two protagonists, and the two start dating. From there on, the manga focuses on their joys and challenges as a couple, as well as the issues faced by other student council members, including Ishigami and Chika Fujiwara.
Lately, the manga has taken a dark turn, with Kaguya being held hostage by her emotionally unavailable and abusive family who wants to marry her off for their own gain. The manga is now focused on her boyfriend and friends' attempts to rescue her. So, can we expect any more content after this arc wraps up?
Is the Kaguya-sama: Love is War Manga Finished or Ending Soon?
As of April 2022, the Kaguya-sama: Love Is War manga is ongoing, but ending soon.
In 2020, the team working on the manga had confirmed in an interview that the manga was two-thirds done, and, two years later, there isn't much more to elaborate on. The exact number of remaining chapters has not been given, but the current arc will reportedly be the last.
Miyuki and Kaguya's graduation from high school and the latter's departure for studies abroad are imminent, and the manga would just not be the same without its elite academy setting! Already, the story of Kaguya and Miyuki has significantly changed in terms of its tone, and the current arc would be an appropriate one to tie all loose ends without making the manga we know and love unrecognizable.