Kaguya Sama Love Is War Volume 22: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Fans of Kayuga-sama: Love Is War is waiting for the new volume to release, which is volume 22. The release date of Kaguya-sama: Love Is War Volume 22 is on 5 April 2022.

Kaguya Sama Love Is War Volume 22: About the manga

It is a Japanese manga. It comes under the romantic comedy genre. It is a series by Aka Akasaka. It began serialization in Shueisha’s seinen manga magazine miracle jump in may 2015 and was transferred to weekly Young Jump in march 2016. In North America, this manga series is licensed in English by Viz  Media.

Akasaka sets the series in high school as it was a time when he did not have much experience with dating and romance himself. He was thinking of his high school relationships while smoking some food came up with the concept of wanting to regain some of the emotions of his youth in a fantasy.

He also envisioned “two tsundere who like each other having battles of the mind”. he thought that it was a very common concept, but was surprised to find out that readers were telling him that his premise was unique. Also at first, He wanted to do more intellectual battles like the Death not but the concept changed to “clashing of romantic emotions”. He has also cited School Rumble as an influence on his work.

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Development of the Series and Concept

In evolving a chapter of this series, Akasaka would think about the emotions first and then write about experiencing the emotions, such as what Kaguya would feel if she were jealous. He would then arrange the characters and events around that emotion. When he thinks of some emotion that he has not developed into a story yet, He writes it on a sticky note or notebook which could be used later.

Akasaka also stated that he originally wanted to make a manga that would help office ladies relax, but since he is an Otaku, it seems to follow in that. He also believes the manga is more about providing the reader with something exciting and conveying meaningful messages about human relationships rather than showing a number of character gags and reactions.

Akasaka said that Miyuki and Kaguya’s becoming third-year students marks the second half of the story. When asked about the end, He said he do not know whether he will go with the bad ending as with Kaguya-him, but would not mind if it did. He is also considering giving each character a curtain call chapters like they do in the dating sims.

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