The April issue of Shueisha’s Bessatsu Margaret magazine uncovered on Wednesday that Ayuko Hatta‘s Haibara-kun wa Gokigen Naname (Haibara’s in a Bad Mood) manga will finish in the magazine’s next issue on April 12.
The manga’s story fixates on Mio, a young lady who is treated as her class’ mascot, who becomes acquainted with a student from another school named Haibara, who doesn’t care for her. Be that as it may, Mio is in peril of rehashing a year, and will persevere relentlessly to get the studious Haibara to support her pass.
Hatta released the manga in Bessatsu Margaret last May. Shueisha distributed the manga’s second ordered book volume on January 25.
Hatta released her Wolf Girl and Black Prince manga in Bessatsu Margaret in 2011, and finished it in May 2016. Shueisha distributed the manga’s sixteenth and last ordered book volume around the same time. As of May 2016, the manga has 5.4 million duplicates in print.
The manga released a TV anime in 2014, just as a cutting edge film, which opened in Japan in May 2016. Crunchyroll gushed the anime as it publicized in Japan, and Sentai Filmworks discharged the arrangement in North America in March 2016.