Kei Sasuga’s Domestic Girlfriend manga has been running in the pages of Weekly Shonen Magazine since April 2014, and it even inspired a 12-episode TV anime adaptation early last year. The manga is doing pretty well for itself, clearly, as Kodansha confirmed that it has hit the milestone of five million printed copies.
This coincides with the release of the series’ 26th volume, which hit shelves in Japan on February 17.
Sentai Filmworks and Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired. Here’s how the latter describes it:
Natsuo is a high schooler experiencing the crushing despair of unrequited love towards his teacher, Hina. In an attempt to lift his spirits, he attends a mixer where he meets a girl named Rui. The two sleep together, expecting never to see one another again, but fate has other plans. His life suddenly becomes more complicated when his father comes home and announces he has remarried a woman with two daughters whom Natsuo has met before: Hina and Rui!