Kaguya-sama: Love is War will be ending its long running manga series with its next big chapter, and the creator behind the series has opened up about the potential spin-off rumors following the manga's big ending! Aka Akasaka's romantic comedy manga series first began its run with Shueisha's Miracle Jump (then Weekly Young Jump) magazine back in 2015, and over 280 chapters later the series will finally be coming to an end. But for as many characters that fans have loved to see, it's hard to accept that this might be the end. It might even be the same for the creator too.
While the final chapter of Kaguya-sama: Love is War won't officially be hitting the shelves in Japan until November 2nd, early reports of Akasaka's comments following the final chapter have seen the creator addressing a possible spin-off with "I have a few things left unfinished, so maybe I can digest them somehow. I think I'd like to do it." But as the comment has yet to be fully revealed, nor has a potential spin-off series been announced, it's hard to figure out where the franchise could be going from this point on.
Where to Find Kaguya-sama: Love is War
Kaguya-sama: Love is War will be ending its long manga run with its final chapter releasing on November 2nd, but it's going to be a while before fans will be able to check out the official English language release for the final chapters. You can currently find up to Chapter 231 with Viz Media's digital Shonen Jump library as well as the physical volumes of the series on shelves. Since there's no simultaneous publishing for the series, fans will have to wait until the final volume hits shelves outside of Japan.
If you wanted to scratch that itch for now, however, you can find the first three seasons of Kaguya-sama: Love is War's anime now streaming with Crunchyroll. The franchise will be continuing with its debut feature film some time later this year, but an international release for the film has yet to be set as of the time of this writing. There are some spin-offs for the franchise going on now, but they're hard to find legally too.
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