Mahou Sensei Negima! Finds Ending I, But there Are 99 More to Come

mahou sensei negima! Mahou Sensei Negima! has had its first ending in the final chapter of the 38th compiled volume that was published just recently (Thursday, May 17th, 2012) in Weekly Shounen Magazine. Do not fret to worry, though. Ken Akamatsu, the author of the series, has said that there is work and story for at least 100 more volumes and that this is just a temporary cease in the publishing of the manga.

Everyone, thank you for your long-lasting patronage. “Mahou Sensei Negima!” which has continued for 9 years, will come to a temporary stop at volume 38. By “temporary”, I mean the series will be revived sooner or later. To put it like Chao, the conclusion shown in this volume is merely one of several parallel worlds. “Negima!” still has far more undiscovered mysteries that would easily surpass 100 volumes in length (lol). However, given that the multimedia franchise has met a thorough completion and that I was able to see the “B Version Ending” in the movie, I decided to depict a conclusion for the original story as well. If, in the future, you happen to see a new episode of “Negima!”, I would be ever grateful if you could take it into your hands. One of your remaining questions may just melt away.

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Is this great news or not-so-great? What do you think? Comment below.

8 thoughts on “Mahou Sensei Negima! Finds Ending I, But there Are 99 More to Come

  1. I highly doubt he could do 100 more volumes. He is rather slow, and he won’t get any faster with age. I think the 100 volumes were a figure of speech not to be taken literally.

    1. You are correct and the comment on my side was rather an exaggerated way to catch the attention using his figure of speech too! : )
      However, it would’ve been very nice if he could, wouldn’t it?

  2. I believe it’s good for things to end when the time is right, so I believe we should leave the decision to Akamatsu-san. ;)

    1. He also said: “Negima!” still has far more undiscovered mysteries that would easily surpass 100 volumes in length.

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