Mikoto Misaka and her friends are back, investigating rumors across Academy City. Soon, Mikoto discovers something terrifying: horrific experiments are taking place throughout the city, involving the murder of thousands of espers. Moreover, these espers are far from just ordinary people: they are clones of Mikoto herself. Feeling responsible for their treatment, she sets off to put an end to the experiments; however, the forces opposing her are much more dangerous than she anticipated, and Mikoto finds herself up against some of the most powerful espers imaginable. Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S continues the story of the Railgun as she desperately fights to put an end to the inhuman experiments that she believes she helped cause, her life dragged deep into despair in the process. There's never a dull moment in Academy City, but no one ever said all of them would be pleasant. Oct 7, AM by Vindstot Discuss comments. In this thread, you'll find a comprehensive list of anime and manga licensed in the fourth quarter Oct-Dec of Fall anime which were licensed before the
Staff and directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai, based on the manga of the same name, which in itself is a spin-off of Kazuma Kamachi 's A Certain Magical Index series. The anime series is set in Academy City before and during the events of A Certain Magical Index , in which the plot focuses on Mikoto Misaka , an electromaster who is the third strongest esper in Academy City, along with her friends: Kuroko Shirai, a teleporter and Mikoto's roommate; Kazari Uiharu, Kuroko's partner in Judgment, the city's public safety committee; and Ruiko Saten, Kazari's friend and classmate. The second season uses six pieces of theme music, two opening theme and four ending themes. For the first sixteen episodes, the opening theme is "Sisters' Noise" by fripSide whilst the main ending theme is "Grow Slowly" by Yuka Iguchi. The ending theme for episodes 11 and 14 is "stand still" by Iguchi. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Japanese anime series. Anime News Network. October 21,
The series was produced by J. Staff between and , and was directed by Nagai Tatsuyuki with Horiguchi Kazuki as assistant director in Season 3 and written by Minakami Seishi replaced by Yasukawa Shogo in Season 3 , with music by Iuchi Maiko. The anime series is composed of two episode seasons, and is set in the same universe as the Toaru Majutsu no Index light novel series, although with a focus towards one of the seven Level 5s in Academy City , Misaka Mikoto. Like in the original manga, the Toaru Kagaku no Railgun anime series serves as a supplement to the Toaru Majutsu no Index anime, focusing more on life in Academy City.
The manga is a spin-off of Kamachi's A Certain Magical Index light novel series, taking place before and during the events of that series. An anime television series adaptation by J. Staff aired in Japan between October and March , followed by an original video animation released in October The anime is licensed in North America by Funimation. The first volume was released on November 10, and as of October 11, , 14 volumes have been published.