On the official page for light novels by Rakuda and illustrated by Buriki, Ore wo Suki nano wa Omae dake ka yo (also known as Oresuki), the cover of the sixth and final compilation volume of the manga adaptation by Yuu Ijimawhich will go on sale in Japan on October 2.

Rakuda started publishing the light novels with illustrations by Buriki through the publishing label in February 2016. Dengeki Bunko from the publisher Kadokawa. The publisher published the fourteenth volume on June 14th, entering into its final arc.

Yuu Ijima's manga adaptation has been posted on the website Shonen Jump Plus from the publisher Shueisha in February 2017 and ended in August 2020. The publisher published the fifth compiled volume on March 4.

The novels inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by the now-defunct studios. Connect, Headed by Noriaki Akitaya and scripts from Rakuda, released October 2019. An OVA episode was released earlier this month that gave the animated adaptation an original ending.

Oresuki synopsis

The story revolves around Amatsuyu "Joro" Kisaragi, an ordinary high school boy invited by two beautiful girls to speak alone: ​​the first is his senpai, Sakura "Cosmos" Akino, and the second is his childhood friend, Aoi. "Himawari" Hinata. Hoping that both would confess their love for him, Joro triumphantly visits them only to confess that they are in love with his best friend, Taiyou "Sun-chan" Ouga.

Joro reluctantly agrees to help them get his attention, hoping to take advantage of the situation if either loses. The bookworm girl Sumireko "Pansy" Sanshokuin confesses to him, however, and it turns out that his best friend Sun-chan he really cares only about her. What a mess!

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