Insomniacs After School (Kimi wa Hkago Insomnia), a manga written and illustrated by Makoto Ojiro, will conclude in two chapters, according to the 33rd edition of Shogakukan’s Big Comic Spirits magazine published on Tuesday. The magazine’s 35th issue, which debuts on July 31, will include the next chapter of the manga. The manga’s 125th chapter, assuming there are no delays, will conclude on August 7.
In May 2019, Ojiro published the manga in Big Comic Spirits. On June 12, Shogakukan released the thirteenth compilation book volume of the manga. This September, the 14th volume of the manga will be released.
The tweet below confirms the news:
"Insomniacs After School" by Makoto Ojiro will end in 2 chapters in Weekly Big Comic Spirits magazine!
Two teenagers suffering from insomnia are each other's company during the quiet but exciting nights staying awake together
Eng Release @VIZMedia
(Kimi wa Houkago Insomnia) pic.twitter.com/fIb57IGOjO
— Manga Mogura RE (@MangaMoguraRE) July 17, 2023
The third volume of the manga’s collected books, which was translated into English by Viz Media, will be out on September 19. As stated by the business, the tale is:
Two sleepless teenagers find kinship as they escape to their school’s astronomy observatory.
Unable to sleep at night, Ganta Nakami is cranky in class and unpopular with his classmates. He discovers that the school observatory, once used by the now-defunct astronomy club, may be the perfect place for a nap—but he’s not alone. Fellow insomniac Isaki Magari is willing to share the observatory with Nakami, and a friendship between the two begins as they bond over the most unlikely of things.
Dark rumors about what befell the members of the astronomy club keep people away from the school observatory, and that’s what makes it the perfect sanctuary for Nakami and Magari to get some much-needed rest. Unfortunately, the school faculty can’t allow its unsanctioned use. But if there were a new astronomy club, maybe these two insomniacs could have a place to call home!
The anime version of the manga debuted on April 10 in Japan. The show was broadcast live on HIDIVE as it aired in Japan. 2019 saw the inclusion of manga artwork in the music video for the song “Enshin” (Centrifuge) by the rock band Macaroni Enpitsu.
In addition, a live-action movie based on the manga had its Japanese premiere on June 23.
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