Series launched in 2015, inspired live-action film in June The first 2018 issue of Shogakukan‘s Sho-Comi magazine revealed on Tuesday that Rina Yagami’s Ani...
Series launched in 2015, inspired live-action film in June

The first 2018 issue of Shogakukan‘s Sho-Comi magazine revealed on Tuesday that Rina Yagami’s Ani ni Aisaresugite Komattemasu (My Big Brother Loves Me So Much It’s a Problem) manga has “entered its climax.” The word “climax” written in the phonetic katakana syllabary often refers to the final chapter of a manga.

Honya Club previously listed the manga’s fifth volume as the final volume, but the manga continued past the volume.

The manga’s story centers on two siblings: Setoka is an unpopular but romantic high school student, and her brother Haruka is a delinquent youth who cares for his younger sister more than anything else. The two are not related by blood, but only Haruka knows about this. The abrasive Takane Serigawa, Setoka’s first love, returns after many years, and begins to get closer to Setoka again. After that, Setoka is the target of many older men’s affections, and it seems like the first popular phase in Setoka’s life has begun.

Yagami launched the manga in Shogakukan‘s Sho-Comi magazine in 2015. Shogakukan published the eighth compiled book volume on October 26, with the ninth volume slated for December 26. A live-action film adaptation of the manga, starring Ryōta Katayose, Tao Tsuchiya, and Yudai Chiba, opened in Japan on June 30. The film debuted at #3 in the Japanese box office.