Oregairu exceeds 9 million copies in circulation

Oregairu exceeds 9 million copies in circulation

In recent hours, the literary franchise created by Wataru Watari, Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru (also known as Oregairu), was reported to have surpassed 9 million copies in circulation. The figure takes into account the sales of the main line of light novels, the manga adaptation of the novel and 3 spin-off titles in manga format.

This was announced in the headline of compilation volume 25 of the spin-off manga series supervised by Watari and illustrated by Rechi Kazuki, Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru. -Monologue-, which is already available in bookstores in Japan.

Oregairu exceeds 9 million copies in circulation

Watari and Ponkan8 published the light novels through Shogakukan publisher's Gagaga Bunko imprint between March 2011 and November 2019, with a total of fourteen volumes. In addition to two manga adaptations, the play inspired a three-season animated adaptation that amassed a total of 38 episodes aired between April 2013 and September 2020. The first season was produced by Brain's Base Studios, while Feel Studios was They took care of the next two. A new OVA has recently been announced.

Synopsis of Oregairu

The romantic comedy revolves around a rather antisocial high school student named Hachiman Hikigaya who has a distorted outlook on life, apart from having no friends, much less a girlfriend. When he sees his classmates happily talking about their teenage lives, he mutters that they are all a bunch of liars. When asked about his dreams for the future, his answer is: "no work." However, a teacher manages to enroll Hachiman in the volunteer club, to which it turns out that the most beautiful girl in the institute, Yukino Yukinoshita, is also enrolled.

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