Miss Nagatoro Chapter 89 has been released on Tuesday, 10th August 2021, and is available worldwide at this time, in various languages.
Miss Nagataro Chapters are widely known as “Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagataro”. It is originally a Japanese Manga series but is loved by populations all across the globe. Initially started in 2017, and only with a few subsequent chapters, it backed to get a tremendous amount of fan following.
This novel had been published for quite some time only in Japanese. But due to unending fan requests, English and other versions of this novel have been created. As a result, the First English version of “Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagataro” was released on 19th November 2019.
Miss Nagatoro Chapter 89: Release Date
Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagataro Chapter 89 has been released, as it was scheduled to be released on Tuesday 10th August 2021. However, a few days after being released, it is also available in all accessible domains, only after the official release.
Miss Nagatoro Chapter 89: Read Manga Online
Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagataro Chapter 89 is now available to read online at MangaOnline. A few days after release, it has been available on other online platforms in different languages.
Spoilers and Insights
Though chapter 89 has already been released, you can read it entirely on Mangaonline, but you may refer to this article for those who want to know the crux of the story.
To start with, Naoto Hachioji, an introverted second-year student at Kazehaya High School, avoids social interactions. However, he is interested in drawing Manga in his spare time. Then one day, he is met by a girl named Hayase Nagatoro, who discovers his passion for Manga and starts teaing him advertently.
These conversations of this kind bring them close, and Naoto dwells a crush on Miss Nagatoro. He is later met by her friends, who are not so cordial with him initially but later are supportive of bringing the two together.
The above is the basic plot of the story. To know more about it, read it online on Manga Online.
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