The one-shot, which will be published on May 2 in Jump SQ, is being written to celebrate Yabuki’s 20th year as a manga artist. Yabuki is most known for co-creating To Love-Ru, but he’s also known for creating Black Cat and adapting Darling in the Franxx into a manga.
Yabuki and Hasemi may be returning to celebrate the former’s career, but there’s no doubt that fans are hoping for the harem’s revival. The duo ended the manga in March 2017, but Hasemi told fans that the 18th volume wasn’t the final chapter of the story.
While a revival is not guaranteed, To Love-Ru fans will certainly enjoy this brief new story next month.