Tamiki Wakaki's manga Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai(The World God Only Knows) will be ending its sixth year of serialization and will be finishing with 26 volumes. The announcement of the series' completion will be included on the book jacket for the 25th volume, to be released on March 18th. Chapter 264 will be released in this Wednesday's issue of Shounen Sunday, but there is no indication that this is the final chapter.
The manga was adapted into a TV series in 2010, and the 3rd season just aired this past summer.
I was expecting at least one more arc after the Time Travel Arc, so we could finally see Keima interact with his full harem. I now know we're never going to see that TwT. At least give us a Harem Ending Wakaki, that's all i ask.
xxdeathx said: So how much anime can they make out of the remaining material?
They can make a 24 episodes season with all the conquests they left out between the OVAs and the third season. They can also make another 2-cour season (26 episodes should be ideal) for the the Time Travel Arc. I doubt anything of this happen, anyway.
One of my favorite series ever. I had a feeling that it would end soon, I was hoping it wouldn't come true though. I hope Wakiki Tamaki will write another work in the future. I hope the ending is good and wraps everything up nicely.
I would much rather see this manga go on, rather than something like Hayate no Gotoku, which is a great manga, but still. Hayate is at like 450+ chapters while TWGOK will be ending somewhere around 265. Such a shame, the ending for Kami better be spectacular.