Written and illustrated by Tozen Ujiie, Seitokai Yakuidomo, it has been announced that the next volume of the work will be released in January 2022 and that it will also be the last in the franchise. Other statements confirmed that the manga will be completed in this year's 51st issue of the magazine. Weekly Shonen magazine, scheduled for next November in Japan.

Seitokai Yakuidomo

Tozen Ujiie started publishing the manga in the magazine Magazine special in May 2007 and later moved it to the Weekly Shonen magazine in July 2008. The publisher Kodansha published the twenty-first compilation volume in Japan on August 17, which also confirmed that the work already had 4.7 million copies in circulation.

The manga inspired a thirteen-part anime adaptation that was produced by the studios. GoHands, Headed by Hiromitsu Kanazawa and scripts written by Makoto nakamura. This series was followed by an OVA with eight episodes in April 2011, a second season with thirteen episodes in January 2014, another OVA with ten episodes in May 2014, and two animated feature films in July 2017 and January 2021.

Synopsis of Seitokai Yakuindomo

The Ousai Academy was originally an all-girls preparatory school. Due to the decline in the birth rate in recent years, it has become a mixed school. Freshmen male are surrounded by girls, and unfortunately Tsuda Takatoshi is one of them. Worse still, on his first day, student council president Shino Amakusa scolded him, which didn't make a good first impression on him. Tsuda also meets the other members of the student council while being scolded and ends up being late for class. As an excuse for ruining his morning, Shino allows him to join the student council for various "reasons" and he accepts it, or rather is forced to accept it. This is the beginning of his time when Tsuda quickly realizes that he is the only normal student at Ousai Academy ...

Source: Comic Natalie

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