This is the first time we get to see more of a full out battle between two level 5's of similar skill level, and overall, the battle ended up feeling really solid in production. Her personality and actions are just a series of deus ex machina writing with no real consideration of her actual character. Luckily, this gives fans many opportunities to see some of her abilities as the third strongest level 5 esper. Uiharu also points out Anti-Skill has been getting strict and that student's bags have been attached with hidden cameras with parents' request lately; Kuroko warns them of its adverse effects, including stress and one's Personal Reality being warped. But yeah, for the most part, the debut of Railgun S is your standard affair—both in terms of being an introductory episode, as well as in comparison to its prequel. She is Saten's schoolmate and Kuroko's colleague in Judgment, and is formidable at using the computer to gain information. Many times, the sound effects actually completely made the scene.
Links He has a spinoff manga and an anime is confirmed to release this year anime design of Accelerator was posted here. Save yourself the trouble and don't watch this arc unless you want to be bombarded with mediocrity and deus ex machinas. She is the one who then catches up to the coin as the coin is seen moving upwards to line up with her hand before the railgun shoot. Seeing characters from Index cameo in railgun, even if they hold no real involvement in the current story, makes one feel a kind a joy one didn't even know they could experience. They still haven't figured out the possibility of an esper attacking innocent people, because there are no clues about any ability used, but in a Kuroko wants to check if her idea might changes things around.
Overall 8 Story 7 Animation 9 Sound 8 Character 7 Enjoyment 8 While the second installment of the Railgun series picks up almost directly after the conclusion of the first series, A Certain Scientific Railgun S goes for a different kind of approach thematically and in terms of emotional appeal. Luckily for them, the man with the milk carton from before shows up again and unplugs the sound system. Despite Uiharu's hunch, Kuroko rushes to the scene, only to see the six people to be apprehended knocked out, by none other than Misaka Mikoto. Read my past comments on shin sekai yori, Zetsuen no Tempest, and Uchuu Kyoudai! Misaka's transition from happy-going to depressed was clearly shown in her voice. Synopsis Mikoto Misaka and her friends are back, investigating rumors across Academy City. There's gruesome scenes to expected and moments where viewers can even feel what Misaka is going through from her viewpoint. The entire episode felt like a standalone movie complete with its own unique ending theme.
The transition from episode to episode flows more smoothly and the series is divided primary into two arcs. As the star of the series, Misaka Mikoto obviously gets the most screen time but at the other times, some characters seems to outshine her in a few particular episodes. In flashback scenes we see her with a couple flowers in her hair and now she has much more and I swear every few episodes it seems like they add another. In the aftermath, Mikoto and Kuroko figure out that the milk carton man is the real Kurozuma Wataru, and to their shock, Konori Mii arrives on the scene and is well-acquainted with him. From the first season, all we really know about him is he has the ability to nullify esper powers, and has occasionally saved the day in Railgun. There is of course the lighthearted and occasionally slice of life feeling to it.
At the same time, there are also scenes of fun and lighthearted moments that captures the cheerful girl that Misaka is. She is able to hack into and control anything electronic which is a pretty op power given the different possibilities you can achieve with that level of utility. Saten flipping skirts, getting in trouble, and acting as badass normal of the gang? It manages to show everything that happened behind the scenes to put Mikoto where she was in the main story. Hanya memuat satu volume dari Toaru Majutsu no Index novel ringan, kemudian berkembang pada cerita sampingan manga Toaru Kagaku no Railgun. She seems like quite the interesting character with enough power to control an entire library full of students. Surprisingly enough, the series presents that clearly especially in the terms of the clones. Mikoto was able to hold off 10,000 with multiple abilities, yet a simple sound system renders her ineffective not to mention Kuroko? Kuroko - Misaka's friend, roommate, and a powerful level 4 teleportation esper who works for Judgement, a police force manned almost entirely by espers.
But, taking the different series as a whole, Railgun and Index have completely different atmospheres. They are also apparently funded quite well, as they can, in addition to mass-producing 20,000 mechas, build a super complex missile that can be found orbiting the earth. I was waiting for this ever since watching the spinoff of the first season, A Certain Scientific Railgun. She is voiced by Rina Satou. If there were any possibility of that, though, first she would have to become important enough to make a full appearance in the Index light novel I wish. To be attracted by magnetism, they would have to be ferromagnetic.
Febri - The super-cute artificial loli who Misaka and friends stumble upon. The series does lose some touch though. Which is a disappointment because I was looking forward to Accelerator showing up again… I wonder if Capacity Down is related to the Level Upper in any way. Secretly, she wants to know her favorite Oni-chan and experience the world he lives in. There are times when this anime ascends to brilliance, but there are also sadly many instances where it falls to outright trite. I think with Railgun they toned the technobabble down some leaving more time in the episodes for actual plot development. An television series adaptation by aired in Japan between October 2009 and March 2010, followed by an released in October 2010.
It's generally deemed the black sheep of the Index franchise, shame too it had so much potential and I love Accelerator as a character. Although Misaka had a major supporting role in the Index series, she is now the star of her own show in this sequel of Railgun known as Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S. Should be an awesome two cour season. Soon, Mikoto feels the jolting feeling of being watched, and using her powers, charges to the direction of the source. During the previous arc, we saw her completely rip a section of a train track from the ground, bend the bars, and thrown them all as an attack.
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. Finally, the series debuted in Spring of 2013. . Through its montages, we can see many of the characters and some foreshadowing. We get the standard recap of what Academy City is—2. Backgrounds as usual are well painted, and in some cases interestingly make use of hand-painted 3D models.