The fight to save Konoka has reached a fever pitch, but Negi's forces aren't enough to save Konoka and defeat the awakening demon ogre. The Negi forces grow to meet this new challenge.
Ken Akamatsu talks about the end of the student trip arc and the details of the story this volume.
A list and general description of many of the most common Honorifics in the Japanese language.
Konoka is safe and everyone finally reaches the goal of the Kansai Magic Association. The mission is complete.
Though the mission is over. The threat after Konoka are still after her. Things have become too quiet and very deadly.
Konoka has been kidnapped again. Once more it's up to Negi, Asuna, and Setsuna to rescue her from this evil mage and her diabolical plans.
An army of summoned demons holds back Negi's rescue party. A new sword wielding Partner is made.
Asuna and Setsuna battle the demon army, and Negi's path to Konoka is blocked by the challenger Kotaro once more. Three powerful allies arrive just in time.
A series of ancient Japanese text
The demon army and Kotaro face little chance against the combined forces of Mana, Fei Ku, and Kaede. Negi races to save Konoka before her magic can be used to revive a great, sleeping demon ogre.
The great demon ogre sealed away 1600 years ago is awakening using Konoka's sleeping power. Negi's magic isn't enough, and Setsuna reveals her deepest secret to her friends.
Setsuna rushes to save Konoka and Asuna fights along with Negi against this young mysterious boy mage. The darkest of opponents has arrived to save the day. Evangeline unleashed.
The battle is over, but not without acost. Negi is wounded and infected with a magic that none can cure A Pactio is made to save the lives of many.
The school trip is coming to a finale. Nothing to o but gather in the last bits of Kyoto. Konoka's father leads Negi to a clue about his father's past
Character design sketches and notes for:
Height Comparison Chart
Deleted Konoka Scene
A brief description of series creator Ken Akamatsu.
If there is something that requires alterations or a Japanese phrase/joke needs explaining. The translators explains things here.
The concept sketches and notes for both the front and back covers of Volumes 1-6, including back cover characters.
Back Cover: Konoka Konoe
There is no preview of Volume 7 in this volume.