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Shakugan No Shana Isn’t Over Yet

Apr 21, 2012 @ 0:51 CST

An editor for Dengeki Bunko congratulated JC Staff on 10 years of tsundere before then confirming that Shakugan no Shana “is not over yet” and has something upcoming planned, followed by an original novel.

Via Twitter, Kazuma Miki thanked JC Staff and everyone else involved with Shakugan no Shana for its success over the years – then subsequently, mentioned that the series isn’t done. Something unspecified is in the works – and then stating a book is coming our way as well. We know what a book is, yet what should one make of the vague unrevealed project promised? Likely candidates include an OVA or a film – or as Dengeki has shown in the past, a PVC figure.

4 Comments

  • alan says:

    Well as a fan of Shakugan No Shana im pretty happy since i didn’t really liked the ending but lets hope we don’t get troll

  • Anonymous says:

    I hope we get an OVA about Mathilde. She is even hotter than Shana.

  • Anonymous says:

    Dude. The ending… WTF MANG, YOU CAN’T JUST END IT LIKE THAT! T-T

  • Anonymous says:

    We all know of this “Silver”(AFAIK it’s the power of thoughts, desires and emotions) the other force that dominates the world of Shakugan no Shana apart from the power of existence… I think that can be a great support for the plot of a new series. What do you think guys?

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