Kaguya-sama: Love is War will be ending, as the final chapter of the manga will appear in the November 2, 2022 issue of Weekly Young Jump. Creator Aka Akasaka started Kaguya-sama in May 2015, which means that it has gone on for around seven years. To commemoration its conclusion, Volume 49, which is where the final chapter will be, will have Kaguya-sama: Love is War on its cover and center color pages. [Thanks, Oricon!]
News that Kaguya-sama: Love is War would be ending during 2022 started surfacing in the summer. At the time, Akasaka had reported that if all went well, then the series would end around October 2022. He only had around fourteen chapters left to write. And, since there has been no particular delays, he is right on time. Volume 49 of Weekly Young Jump will have a special 12-page booklet. It will also have include a special interview between creator Akasaka and professional cosplayer Enako.
Kaguya-sama: Love is War is a romantic comedy manga series centering around the main protagonists’ attempts to make the other confess. Miyuki Shirogane is the student council president, whereas Kaguya is the heiress of the wealthy Shinomiya family. They are both excessively proud, and though they both like each other, they do not want to ‘lose’ and be the first to confess or show affection.
A-1 Pictures released three seasons of a Kaguya-sama: Love is War anime adaptation. There will also be an anime film, Kaguya-sama: Love is War: The First Kiss Never Ends. It will air in Japanese theaters in late 2022.
Kaguya-sama: Love is War will conclude its seven-year-long manga run on November 2, 2022.