Nisekoi was first published as a one-shot manga in Shueisha's seasonal Jump NEXT! magazine before being serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump. Since November 26, 2012, Nisekoi has been published in English in Viz Media's digital magazine, Weekly Shonen Jump. As of January 2014 the series has been compiled in 10 tankōbon volumes in Japan, and is also being released in English in digital and print volumes by Viz Media, with the first volume, Nisekoi: False Love, Vol. 1 being released January 7, 2014, with the plan to release a volume every two months.
The manga inspired a novel series, titled Nisekoi: Urabana, written by Hajime Tanaka and published by Shueisha. There have been two volumes published, on June 4 and December 28, 2013. An anime adaptation produced by Shaft and directed by Akiyuki Shinbo began airing from January 11, 2014.
- Main article: List of Nisekoi Volumes
Nisekoi is written and illustrated by Naoshi Komi and began as a one-shot manga, published in Shueisha's seasonal Jump NEXT! magazine on January 8, 2011, before beginning serialization in Weekly Shōnen Jump on November 7, 2011. In December 2011, Shueisha published the first chapter in English online. A voice comic (vomic) was also produced and its first episode was released on June 1, 2012. The manga has been licensed in English by Viz Media and published in their digital magazine, Weekly Shonen Jump since November 26, 2012, under the name Nisekoi: False Love.
A two-volume novel series, named Nisekoi: Urabana, was published by Shueisha under their Jump j-Books imprint. The novels were written by Hajime Tanaka and illustrated by Naoshi Komi. The first volume was published on June 4th and the second on December 28th, 2013.
- Main article: List of Nisekoi Animation