Fruits Basket – the name itself makes our mind wander to the unique Soma household with Tohru brightening up the lives of everyone around her. The plot of the manga/anime moves us to sympathize with Tohru. Due to the love and attention it received from fans, it was adapted as an anime.
Fruits Basket is a popular shojo manga, and it has inspired many spinoffs. Fruits Basket Another was released in 2015, followed by the Fruits Basket: Three Musketeers Arc in 2019. Fruits Basket: Three Musketeers Arc 2 is a three-chapter series which began publishing on 20th April 2020.
The third and final chapter of Fruits Basket: Three Musketeers Arc 2 has been delayed indefinitely. The combined 14th and 15th issue of the Hana to Yume magazine revealed the delay in the final chapter’s release. The official website of Yen Press has not yet announced the new release date.
Hakusensha publishes the spinoff manga written by Natsuki Takaya in its Hana to Yume magazine. The second chapter of the spinoff, released on 20th June carried the news of the delay.
YenPress announced the digital publication of the series. The first chapter of The Three Musketeers Arc 2 was published on 28th April, and the second chapter will be posted on 22nd June.
The original manga was adapted into an anime in 2001 by Studio Deen. Funimation has also licensed the series. A second anime series was launched almost 18 years after the first one. The reboot anime of Fruits Basket premiered on 6th April 2020.
Fruits Basket: Three Musketeers Arc 2 focuses on the antics of Shigure, Ayame, and Hatori. The series is famous for its fourth-wall-breaking dialogues and hilarious exchange of comments between the trio. In the first arc, Shigure and Ayame pay a visit to Hatori, so let’s look forward to what they plan to do in the final chapter of the series.
About Fruits Basket
Fruits Basket is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Natsuki Takaya. It was serialized in the semi-monthly Japanese magazine Hana to Yume, published by Hakusensha, from 1998 to 2006.
The Sohma family is cursed. All twelve members of the family are possessed by spirits of the Chinese zodiac and turn into their zodiac animal when they are weak, under stress, embarrassed, or when hugged by someone of the opposite sex.
Tohru Honda, an orphaned high school girl, is allowed to live with them, given she doesn’t disclose their secret to anyone.
Source: Combined 14th and 15th issue of Hana to Yume magazine