Nisekoi may be over (and Naoshi Komi has moved onto other stories) but some of us still want more. If you’re not a manga reader or just didn’t realize the magical dessert episode in season 2 of Nisekoi has a whole series, you’re missing out.
— 少年ジャンプ＋ (@shonenjump_plus) May 23, 2015
Here’s why you should explore Magical Patissier Kosaki-Chan (serialized in Shonen Jump+) and relive the Nisekoi journey.
1The manga is basically the ultimate fan fiction with the characters slightly altered – like glasses everywhere!
2It sets up with some Madoka feels
3It’s still an ecchi comedy
4And there is love in all the right places
5The monsters can be cute as heck
6There’s action in and out of costume
7It shares some pearls of wisdom
8Throughout all 42 chapters, it still keeps the kindness and heart that made fans fall in love with Nisekoi
Magical Patissier Kosaki-Chan hasn’t been licensed in English yet but with more love and support, we may get an official translation.
Nisekoi is love, Nisekoi is life!