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Nisekoi Gets Reprint With New Covers and Epilogue Story

Shueisha’s Comic Bunko has announced that Naoshi Komi’s Nisekoi – False Love will be receiving a new story: an epilogue set 10 years after the original ending. In addition to that, the original manga is getting newly drawn covers and a bunkobon-size reprint. The series was collected into 25 tankobons, and will be resized into 16 bunkobons, with the final two volumes containing the manga’s spin-off novelizations, Nisekoi: Urabana, written by Hajime Tanaka and illustrated by Komi.

Comic Bunko announced that the first shipments of the reprint would contain a limited-edition illustration card, and they took to Twitter to show off the new designs for the first two volumes, which go on sale on June 16.

Nisekoi – False Love originally ran from November 7, 2011, to August 8, 2016, in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump. A 20-episode anime adaptation was produced by Shaft and aired in 2014, with a 12-episode second season airing in 2015. The manga series is licensed by VIZ in English, and they describe the series as:

It’s hate at first sight—or rather a knee to the head at first sight —when Raku Ichijo meets Chitoge Kirisaki! Unfortunately, Raku’s gangster father arranges a false love match between Raku and their rival gang leader’s daughter, who just so happens to be Chitoge! Raku’s searching for his childhood sweetheart from ten years ago, however, with a pendant around his neck as a memento…but he can’t even remember the girl’s name or face!

The first two volumes are already listed on Shueisha’s Japanese website, with pre-order links available for most bookstores. No English release date has been announced yet.

Source: Official Twitter
Copyright: © Naoshi Komi / Shueisha.

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