No, they don’t end together. Living alone, Rea is slowly becoming a living urban legend as shown in the final chapter. Considering how Rea knows the children’s grandmother in the last chapter, Wanko would be the only possible candidate for Furuya’s wife.
Despite the fact that he has no interest in living girls, he managed to fall in love with Rea while she was alive and confesses to her while Rea tries to get him to devour what brings them to their senses.
The truth lies somewhere in between in this case: Hattori claims the ending is happy, and for the most part it is. But Sankarea never quite loses its indescribable sadness, which makes this finale, while more sweet than bitter, nonetheless one that leaves a little sadness in the heart.
Sankarea (さんかれあ) is a romantic comedy manga written and illustrated by Mitsuru Hattori about a deceased girl who becomes a zombie.
Although the manga series already ended in 2014, do not believe that continuing Sankarea season 2 is a mandatory and profitable chance. Studio Deen lost its primary purpose of debuting and promoting the manga. The creators are keeping a low profile on Sakarea Season 2.
In Chapter 12, she calls Mero “Mero-chan”, similar to how Mero remembers her mother. Rea likes Chihiro and feels like she is interfering in Chihiro and Ranko’s relationship, although Ranko later encourages her to try harder, which she does, albeit embarrassed.
Rea Sanka is the deuteragonist of the Sankarea anime and manga. Rea is a 15 year old girl who steals some of the zombie potion made by Chihiro and drinks to commit suicide because she lives a sheltered life.
As the other answer says, the anime covers up to Chapter 9 of the manga, and there are 56 chapters to it.
He also experienced becoming a half-zombie after being stabbed with a fencing sword by Dan’ichirō. This is because he was bitten by Rea after the kiss (although the effects were only temporary). He also enjoys seeing Rea dressed up as a bunny girl or as a nurse.
Story Summary: Chihiro Furuya, who loves zombies more than anything, accidentally meets the cute girl Rea Sanka and he tricks her into “reviving” his dead cat. But then Rea claims she has actually become a zombie and asks him to take responsibility for it.
Japanese: Sankarea English: Sankarea: Immortal Love.
This is an episode guide for the 12 episodes of the series Sankarea. Produced by Studio Deen, the series is directed by Mamoru Hatakeyama and written by Mitsuru Hattori. The series aired in Japan from April 5, 2012 to June 28, 2012.
Crunchyroll – Sankarea Overview, Reviews, Cast and Episode List – Crunchyroll.
The 12-episode television series aired in Japan between April 5 and June 28, 2012.
Honestly, the premise of the show isn’t bad and I really liked some of the concepts, but overall it just wasn’t enjoyable to watch. I felt like I shouldn’t watch it most of the time, which made me just not feel very good. Overall it could have been good, but I don’t recommend you checking it out.
Sankarea: Undying Love sets a new standard for zombie horror anime.