Kiss Me at the Stroke of Midnight mangas creator Rin Mikimoto expressed on her Twitter account on September 13 that (Gozen 0-ji, Kiss Shi ni Kite yo) manga approaches it’s final chapter.” The manga didn’t have another part in the October issue of Kodansha’s Bessatsu Friend magazine this month.
“Mikimoto clarified that she had been troubled by something she could never again convey since the beginning of the year, and that she was at long last overburdened”. The manga was likewise initially expected to have an accumulated book volume this month, yet she couldn’t make the cutoff time. Be that as it may, she expressed that the manga will return in the following month with a shading opening page.
Kodansha Comics distributes the manga in English, and it portrays the account of the principal volume:
“At school, Hinana is a distinctions understudy, regarded by the entirety of her colleagues. She’s absolutely above things as adolescent as pounds and dating. Covertly, however, she has yet one wish: To have a fantasy sentiment. At some point, a super-hot big-name named Kaede appears at Hinana’s secondary school to shoot a film, and it winds up hard to keep up her demonstration. By unadulterated shot—or you know, destiny!— Kaede uncovers his very own absurd character to Hinana, and her common life turns stunningly sentimental! Or on the other hand just ridiculously bizarre?!