At long last, I can finally talk about the manga ending. About damn time.
OP: "Kyouki Chinden" by Yousei Teikoku
very different Gasai Yuuno here (which is the whole point), a girl who hasn't been warped and twisted along with her family into a sick tangle of psychotic rage. And Redial focuses heavily - with varying effectiveness - on the slapstick comedy surrounding this Yuuno and her friends in the Third Universe we briefly saw in the original series.
Reisuke acts as Akise's sidekick in a sort of comic detective duo. Hirasaka Yomotsu runs a souvenir shop promoting his exploits under his super-sentai alter ego. Tsubaki is still a Priestess, only this time crushing hard on Akise. Kousaka, Hinata and Mao, meanwhile, are something like more exaggerated versions of themselves. Akise, Minene and Bacchus interact with Deus, who's still looking for a permanent replacement for himself in this world - Bacchus more or less acts as a buffoon, offering suggestions that inevitably lead to his own deification, Akise remains in his observer role and Minene pops back and forth from minding (and breastfeeding) her two kids.
"her" Murumuru inside a celestial prison of this world's Murumuru's design, and Yuuki remains isolated in the Second Universe with only his Murumuru for company, 10,000 years and counting, just as we left him. The whole point of all this, more or less, is that Yuuno's love for Yuuki is strong enough to break through the prisons of time and space, and she's not going to rest until she gets to him - which she does, with some help from Minene (probably the funniest moment of the OVA comes when an exasperated Murumuru scolds Minene to "Pick a side and stick with it!"), quite literally shattering those walls. And that brings the story full-circle, to that last manga panel - the one the anime so conspicuously omitted from the end of the TV series.
ED: "Happy End" by Faylan