The 12th volume of Fumiaki Maruto
and Kurehito Misaki
's light novel Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata
revealed in its afterword that the series will end with the 13th volume. Maruto also stated the possibility of future works, similar to spin-off series that are independent to the main story.
Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata
began publishing under Kadokawa's Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint in July 2012. A manga adaptation
drawn by Neet
ran for three volumes in Young Ace
between February 2013 and May 2014. A second manga adaptation
drawn by Takeshi Moriki
was serialized in Dragon Age
between January 2013 and August 2016, and collected into eight compiled volumes. The series inspired an anime adaptation
by A-1 Pictures
that was broadcast on Fuji TV
's noitaminA programming block in Winter 2015, with a special episode
airing before the anime's premiere. A second season
is scheduled to premiere on April 14 on the same block.
Aniplex of America
licensed the first season for North American distribution, and released the series in two Blu-ray volumes in March and May in 2016. Yen Press licensed the manga adaptation by Moriki in January 2016 and will publish
the fifth volume on March 18.
Source: Hachima Kikou