Zoku Owarimonogatari (English translation) or ZOKU OWARIMONOGATARI: The End Tale (cont.) is the thirteenth installment in the Monogatari series and the final book of the final season.
The first season of the anime adaptation consists of 30 episodes that aired in Japan between July 2009 and December 2012. The second season consists of 28 episodes that aired between July and December 2013, and the third and final season consists of 42 episodes that aired between December 2014 and June 2019.
Of course, the clip also has fans begging for the anime to be revived in some way, but there are no plans for that. Shaft began animating Monogatari in July 2009 and released its third season in 2019 ahead of a prequel film circa 2017.
The volume will be published on August 19, 2021. The upcoming Shinomonogatari will be the 22nd installment in the Monogatari series of novels. It will consist of two volumes, volumes 27 and 28.
Zoku Owarimonogatari (2018)- Chiwa Saitô als Hitagi Senjougahara –IMDb.
The author hints in one of the later arcs, Musubimonogatari, that Araragi will most likely only marry one woman in his life, and that is Hitagi Senjougahara. But to answer your question, the obvious choice is Shinobu.
The Monster Season story arc began in 2017 with the novel Shinobumonogatari. The fourth novel in the arc, Ōgimonogatari, shipped last October. Shinomonogatari will be the fifth and sixth novels in the arc.
It’s worth noting that the music is still very good, but I was expecting a lot more depth from something like Monogatari. Overall I really love this movie, it’s definitely one of the best Monogatari entries but it’s kind of sad that the main story ended.
Shinomonogatari (死物語), consisting of two volumes, is the 22nd part of the Monogatari series. The twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth books overall contain the stories Shinobu Suicide and Nadeko Around. Both volumes released simultaneously in Japan on August 19, 2021.
The latest novels in the Monogatari series end the part of the story called “Monster Season” that shows the protagonist Koyomi Araragi in college.
Monogatari, (Japanese: “narrative” or “narrative”) Japanese fiction, particularly those written from the Heian to Muromachi periods (794–1573).
Monogatari is willing to dig into darker topics as often as is willing, showing Koyomi, a third year high school student, trying to wrestle and suplex an elementary school girl, and his tone certainly reflects this.
In the end, Deishuu finds no interest in rescuing either Koyomi or Hitagi, fooling Nadeko, or even getting involved with Tsubasa. Instead, he thinks of Tooe Gaen’s only daughter, Suruga Gaen, now Suruga Kanbaru, whom he can save by agreeing to Hitagi’s deal, regardless of how it would be paid.