The manga series was first released in 2005, released the final installment in August 2014
The official Twitter account of Takashi Shiina’s manga editor Zettai Karen Children manga reported on Wednesday that the manga will end in this year’s 33rd issue of Shogakukan’s Shonen Sunday magazine on the 14th.
Shiina announced on Twitter on May 25 that he wrote the afterword for the final chapter when it was published in Weekly Shonen Sunday. Shiina revealed in January that he plans to end the manga this year, and said that he also plans to work on his next project this year.
Shiina launched the manga’s high school finale in August 2014. The manga ended the first half of the final season in April 2017, and then went on hiatus until August 2017 to begin the second half of the manga. part.
Shiina’s sci-fi comedy series began in Weekly Shonen Sunday in 2005. Shogakukan published the manga’s 61st volume on April 16 and will publish the 62nd volume on July 18.
The manga’s story follows a unique special operations unit consisting of Kaoru Akashi, Aoi Nogami, and Shiho Sannomiya – three 10-year-old girls with mystical powers – and Kōichi Minamoto, the hapless lieutenant who must supervise / look after kid. The manga then focuses on high school girls, and a dark omen was made about the group’s future.
The manga inspired a 52-episode television anime series in 2008, as well as an adaptation of the original 2010 anime video. Sentai Filmworks released the series in North America in 2012 as Psychic Squad. A spin-off anime centered on the villain in the Kyōsuke Hyōbu series titled The Unlimited – Hyōbu Kyōsuke aired in 2013. Crunchyroll streamed the series and Sentai Filmworks released the series on home video in 2015.
Update: Shogakukan lists the 63rd printed and final compiled volume on September 17.