Kaguya-sama: Love is War

It’s not just election time here, because in this volume 7 of Kaguya-sama: Love is War, it will also be discussed. As we said about the previous volume, BDE has just melted away. As a result, Kaguya and Shirogane have little opportunity to meet each other and spend time together. But this number will not take long to approach the election of the new president.

Don’t forget to check out the hard cover of your manga, Asa Akasaka once again took advantage of it to include some beautiful optical illusions. It’s always fun to discover the author’s jokes that replace, in themselves, the quotes from the artists are always there, in addition to the usual humor. As a reminder, in France the series was published in the Pika Edition.

The president’s last bang

A volume that starts as usual, presenting us with sketches to set the context, especially vis-à-vis Kaguya and Shirogane who should here take advantage of a drawing lesson to spend time together and try to draw. -crack to another. There is always this anxiety to face the different visions and perspectives of love that our two heroes may have.

Soon, the chapters will be put forward during the election of the new BDE president, to determine whether Shirogane will be re-elected or not. An interesting and important sequence in this number Kaguya-sama: Love is War. If it lacks a little surprise, it’s an opportunity to introduce a new character, as well as an unprecedented confrontation situation for the manga.

Some additional information can also be found, which will help consolidate the lore and deepen the characters, both primary and secondary. And it’s despite this sketch structure that doesn’t leave the series. Chika Fujiwara confirms whose past is more revealed to us, which helps to better understand the personality of the latter. A volume that undoubtedly has some surprises in store.

New beginning

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True to the series but also a little different, though hard to explain, this volume 7 of Kaguya-sama: Love is War may, in a way that only engages us, appear to be a pseudo rereading of the first introductory chapters of the manga. A feeling that is felt when reading, vis-à-vis the situations, rhythm or even the behavior of the characters that refer to the beginning of the story. The evolution of the characters has already been heard in many chapters, but it’s probably easier to understand here.

On closer examination, behavioral and psychological changes can be seen. Especially with Kaguya and Shirogane continuing to lose their confidence, despite some new tricks to suit their intellect. They seem stronger and paradoxically weaker as well. It is likely that the similarity we have drawn in the first chapters has something to do with this.

Finally, let’s highlight the author’s fun little shovels that are styled here and there in the chapters, especially in the election. How kind to point the finger at some recurring concerns in Japanese society. Because, as a reminder, the universe of Kaguya-sama: Love is War takes place in a school usually attended by students from wealthy and powerful families.

Should we fall for volume 7 of Kaguya-sama: Love is War?

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Why stop now when all is well? The series continues to grow with each chapter and number, while cleverly and cunningly managing to transform itself in these ridiculous situations. The humor is perfectly structured and the content and form are excellent. If we always have a little skepticism about Seinen’s classification in Asa Akasaka’s manga, in this volume 7 we go back very little to the dialogues, looking at situations that can easily fall into something more mature and disrespectful.

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For now Kaguya-sama: Love is War hardly still flirting on the line, but this volume seems to tell us that in the future, more ridiculous situations may arise. And as always, Chika Fujiwara is no stranger to this slippage perspective, she’s still the impact of the story. So we invite you to continue the adventure with Kaguya. The set is unwavering, in addition to staying attractive and funny to follow.

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