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Insomniacs After School Manga Has 2 Chapters to Go

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Makoto Ojiro’s Insomniacs After School manga recently got an anime adaptation and a live-action film, and now the source material is preparing to come to an end. As announced in this year’s 33rd issue of Shogakukan’s Big Comic Spirits magazine, the manga has just two chapters remaining before it is finished.

Barring any delays, that should put the end of the manga on August 7, which is when the 125th and final chapter is scheduled to make its way to the magazine. 

The Insomniacs After School manga first kicked off in Big Comic Spirits back in May 2019, and the 14th volume is set for a fall 2023 launch in Japan. VIZ Media publishes the manga in English and describes it like so:

Two sleepless teenagers find kinship as they escape to their school’s astronomy observatory.

Unable to sleep at night, Ganta Nakami is cranky in class and unpopular with his classmates. He discovers that the school observatory, once used by the now-defunct astronomy club, may be the perfect place for a nap—but he’s not alone. Fellow insomniac Isaki Magari is willing to share the observatory with Nakami, and a friendship between the two begins as they bond over the most unlikely of things.

Dark rumors about what befell the members of the astronomy club keep people away from the school observatory, and that’s what makes it the perfect sanctuary for Nakami and Magari to get some much-needed rest. Unfortunately, the school faculty can’t allow its unsanctioned use. But if there were a new astronomy club, maybe these two insomniacs could have a place to call home!

Via Anime News Network