In the 3/4 combined edition of the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha Published today in Japan, the final chapter of the manga written and illustrated by Taishi Tsutsui, Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai ((We never learn). The chapter contained a special illustration to commemorate its graduation.

Additionally the author Taishi Tsutsui He also posted a special illustration on Twitter to commemorate completing a job at three years and ten months (46 months) of serialization.

Tsutsui published the manga in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha Between February 2017 and December 2020, the publisher published the eighteenth compiled volume on August 18, followed by the nineteenth on October 2 in Japan.

The piece inspired a thirteen episode anime adaptation that aired between April and June 2019 and was produced as a collaboration between the studios. Arvo animation and Studio silver. Then there was a second season between October and December of the same year, which had an original ending and closed the story.

Synopsis of Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai

His late father used to say that a useless man should strive to be useful, which is why third-year student Nariyuki Yuiga, despite his poor grades history, devoted himself to becoming a high-achieving student at his school. . In order to provide a better life for his homeless family, his ultimate goal is to receive the special VIP nomination, a prestigious scholarship that covers all future tuition fees. Although Nariyuki might be a candidate for the nomination, he is constantly overshadowed by his classmates Rizu Ogata and Fumino Furuhashi in math and literature, respectively.

To his great delight, Nariyuki receives the nomination, but there is a catch: he has to teach two of his classmates who are hopelessly mediocre on each other's subject. To make matters worse, the issues they are terrible about are exactly the issues they want to pursue for their future. Nariyuki needs to find an effective way to teach girls before it's too late.

Source: Official Twitter account

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