Kaguya-sama: Love Is War is one of the most well-loved anime series today. It’s a typical high school anime but it stands out among fans because of its well-written comedy and characters.
It has spawned two seasons already and just last Friday, June 26, it released episode 12. Fans are now wondering if they will get to see more of its primary characters, Kaguya and Miyuki.
Kaguya-sama: Love Is War wrapped up season 2 with a touching and funny storyline. It garnered a lot of praise from fans all over the world.
Several also expressed their desire for more episodes from the manga adaptation. But will the creators and producers of the anime show move forward to a new season?
Nothing is confirmed at the moment but in a Twitter post by @animetv_jp, it showed a picture of the final title card of Love Is War.
What is clearly seen in the picture is a broken cellphone displaying a photo of the members of the student council.
It’s a heartwarming photo but what some of the fans really took notice of is the hidden message in the final card. Those who looked closely noticed a message at the right-hand side of the card. It says, “Continue? Yes or no?”
The reveal of the hidden message sparked excitement among fans and many were quick to respond “yes” to the post.
There is a big possibility that a Kaguya-sama: Love Is War season 3 will happen. According to sources, there are still enough manga volumes for a whole new 12-episode season.
The TV series, which is adapted from the manga comics of the same title, has been following its source material since March 2016.
The manga has a total of 18 published volumes already and season 2 adapted close to 92 chapters and 11 volumes. This means that should there be a season 3, the showrunners can cover the unused story arcs so far.
A-1 Pictures has not made any announcements yet regarding a season 3 so fans will just have to check out updates soon.
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