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Taken from MyAnimeList.net

According to the official website, Katekyo Hitman Reborn! anime was announced to end on September 25th by the episode 203 "Atarashii Mirai e (Toward the new future)". The TV anime has animated up to Mirai-hen (Future arc) of the original manga. It's unknown that the ongoing Keishoshiki-hen will be animated.

Source: Katekyo Hitman Reborn official website


End of Katekyo Hitman Reborn Anime Confirmed

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First Gintama, now KHR? I hate 2010. Off to being emo for 2 weeks now.

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I know that really sucks. I read some article 2 weeks ago saying it would go on a hiatus until Spring. Anyone else hear of that??? Gintama was confirmed to continue later on; I hope they do the same for KHR.
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it'd be nice if we would get some kind of news update that it was ending i mean we got a few weeks warning from gintama when it ended. but so far all I've heard are brief translations from the website that says that next week is the final broadcast.
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my guess is that they will do the same thing they are doing with Gintama maybe they might release more info about this next week. I mean if it is coming back I'd rather them do this than have mountains of pointless and boring filler like in Naruto and Bleach. Now maybe Funi or Viz will finally license it for a US release I mean all the Shounen Jump titles are available in the US except for this one.
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Tsubasa_Lover_4Ever wrote:

my guess is that they will do the same thing they are doing with Gintama maybe they might release more info about this next week. I mean if it is coming back I'd rather them do this than have mountains of pointless and boring filler like in Naruto and Bleach. Now maybe Funi or Viz will finally license it for a US release I mean all the Shounen Jump titles are available in the US except for this one.


Uh i don't think this would happen anyway because the next arc starts right off the end of the final battle. =(
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Tsubasa_Lover_4Ever wrote:

my guess is that they will do the same thing they are doing with Gintama maybe they might release more info about this next week. I mean if it is coming back I'd rather them do this than have mountains of pointless and boring filler like in Naruto and Bleach. Now maybe Funi or Viz will finally license it for a US release I mean all the Shounen Jump titles are available in the US except for this one.


Uh i don't think this would happen anyway because the next arc starts right off the end of the final battle. =(


I guess we will see when they give more info. My guess is that they are going to go on hiatus for a while until the manga either ends or gets further ahead I don't see KHR ending after this current ongoing arc, but then again its best to finish it after the Shimon battle and Tsuna gets the title of Vongola unless she decides to do one big final arc after that one.
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yup =D
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That's a terrible ending of an anime....
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Is there any chance that it will come back later? I'm hoping that they just didn't want to go down the endless filler route a la Naruto/Bleach so they have taken a break...
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I want another season. MY SHOWS ARE ALL OVER!
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i refuse to believe its ending until the last moments of episode 203 or until ANN reports that its ending which ever comes first. the fact is all we know is that next week is that last episode in its current timeslot but its not completely certain on whether or not the anime is actually ending. ANN prolly has reported this because even they aren't completely sure on the matter yet. so lets wait and see if anything is said this week on the matter.
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i refuse to believe its ending until the last moments of episode 203 or until ANN reports that its ending which ever comes first. the fact is all we know is that next week is that last episode in its current timeslot but its not completely certain on whether or not the anime is actually ending. ANN prolly has reported this because even they aren't completely sure on the matter yet. so lets wait and see if anything is said this week on the matter.


ANN only reports about media releases, not website information (besides streaming trailers) on matters like this. Besides, ANN rarely announces anything about animes ending (usually only announces long running manga endings), for example it said nothing about Gintama ending before "its not over" at all.

Besides that, if you only trust ANN (which isn't all that reliable at times), it now has "Number of episodes: 203" listed in it's KHR article, and now just "episodes titles."

Another fact is that ALL animes for next season already have their timeslots now. I'm not sure exactly how it works, but timeslots would have to be booked awhile in advance, and I'd assume it's already past the deadline date. KHR does not have one, and there has been announcements of it's ending, it's definitely over.
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well gintama doesn't really matter since they told us in the show that it was ending weeks before it happened. all i'm saying is that i won't believe it till the very end and nothing but some kind of official statement will change that.
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Yeah it would have been considerate of them to give us a heads up a few weeks in advance so that way it wouldn't cause panic amongst the fans like its doing now. Well if the anime does end and won't come back they picked a good spot to stop it at, but for us who read the manga its saddening since we won't hear what the Shimon sounds like *cough*andAdelheid'sunsymmetricalboobsjiggling*cough*
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everydaygamer wrote:

i refuse to believe its ending until the last moments of episode 203 or until ANN reports that its ending which ever comes first. the fact is all we know is that next week is that last episode in its current timeslot but its not completely certain on whether or not the anime is actually ending. ANN prolly has reported this because even they aren't completely sure on the matter yet. so lets wait and see if anything is said this week on the matter.


ANN only reports about media releases, not website information (besides streaming trailers) on matters like this. Besides, ANN rarely announces anything about animes ending (usually only announces long running manga endings), for example it said nothing about Gintama ending before "its not over" at all.

Besides that, if you only trust ANN (which isn't all that reliable at times), it now has "Number of episodes: 203" listed in it's KHR article, and now just "episodes titles."

Another fact is that ALL animes for next season already have their timeslots now. I'm not sure exactly how it works, but timeslots would have to be booked awhile in advance, and I'd assume it's already past the deadline date. KHR does not have one, and there has been announcements of it's ending, it's definitely over.
If that's the case, then why hasn't either Artland, Marvelous Entertainment, d-rights or Dentsu said anything about it "ending"? TV Tokyo doesn't have authority to say it's ending unless they received that information from either Artland or the other three companies involved with the production of the series. TV Tokyo is only the broadcaster, they have nothing to do with the production of the series. Also, there has only been one announcement of its ending, and that's from the TV Tokyo Reborn site. Neither Artland, Marvelous Entertainment, d-rights, nor Dentsu has said anything so far. To say that there's been announcements is in fact in error, since there's only been one announcement so far. I don't trust MyAnimeList at all since it's not an official source for news. If anything, I'd trust ANN over MyAnimeList, but I would trust Artland over TV Tokyo on this subject. I would say that Reborn's going on hiatus much like how Gintama is on hiatus.

everydaygamer, Gintama hasn't ended, it's on hiatus. You can check for yourself at this link: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2010-03-29/gintama-director-shinji-takamatsu/it-not-over
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