After a successful TV anime adaptation, it looks like the story of Futaro and the Nakano quintuplets is coming to an end. Mangaka Negi Haruba himself announced that the manga will be ending in the 14th volume via his Twitter page.

He also stated that before starting the serialization on The Quintessential Quintuplets,, he was excited about drawing a manga that would go on and on. However, once he did begin serializing the manga, he found it really hard to do, He then said that mangaka who can continue series for dozens of volumes are simply awesome.

The manga itself first launched in August 2017 inside the pages of Weekly Shounen Magazine. It then received a very popular TV anime adaptation earlier this year, in January 2019. Here’s how Kodansha describes its story:

One day, a poor high school second-year named Futaro Uesugi comes across a private tutoring gig with good pay. But his pupils are his classmates!! And they’re quintuplets!! A-and they’re all gorgeous girls, but they’re also troublemakers who hate to study and are on the verge of flunking out! And his first task is simply gaining the sisters’ trust?! Every day is a party! The curtain is rising on the Nakano quintuplets’ quirky romantic comedy with five times the cute!!

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source: Negi Haruba’s Twitter page.


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