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Author Alice Oseman shares 'Heartstopper' Volume 5 & 6 details

Author, illustrator and BAFTA nominated screenwriter Alice Oseman officially announced the Heartstopper Volume 5 publication date – November 9.

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In a video shared to their 1.7 million fans on Instagram, the global bestselling creator also surprised fans by announcing there will be a Heartstopper Volume 6 to follow, with more details to come.

The clip also revealed exclusive information on what readers can expect from the hugely anticipated next volume in the graphic novel series.

 

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“I am really excited to be announcing details on Heartstopper Volume 5 and revealing Volume 6 for the very first time!” Oseman says.

Heartstopper Volume 5 will follow the gang as they look towards the future. Charlie is starting to find confidence in who he is and what he wants but Nick is having a bit of a crisis with his Uni choices. Is he going to go far away or stay somewhere near to Charlie? We’ll see!

“When I started working on Volume 5, I was struggling with where the story was going but I finally figured it out – I was trying to fit too much into one volume! I realised that I needed to properly explore how Nick and Charlie’s relationship progresses and give all the characters their moment to really shine.

“So, that’s how we landed on Volume 5 and a surprise Volume 6 – I really hope you’re excited to see a bit more from Heartstopper and I can’t wait for everyone to get their hands on Volume 5 in November!”

Heartstopper has become a global phenomenon. The graphic novel series dominated the international bestseller charts in 2022, and captured hearts and mind as a Netflix series starring Kit Connor, Joe Locke and Yasmin Finney, where Oseman serves as creator, writer and executive producer.

Originally a webcomic on Tumblr and TapasHeartstopper has amassed an enormous online fanbase with over 115.8 million views to date.


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