A Certain Scientific Railgun S is the subject of Namco's latest amusement campaign, with crane game prizes, clearfiles and and other goodies offered between August 2 and 26. And, as with these things, the cast is getting an cracked mascot make-over for the umaibou tasty sticks prizes. Get a look after the jump.
Rondo Robe/Geneon Music has posted a 45 second preview and TV commercial for the August 21st release of fripSide's "eternal reality," the second opening for A Certain Scientific Railgun S. More after the jump.
Japanese MAD movies are fans videos, with the category covering anime music videos, but also re-animations and various other edits. The term comes from the cassette takes which the videos were originally traded on. In a fun new MAD, A Certain Scientific Railgun S' opening "Sister's Noise" is remixed with Saki Episode of Side A. Get a look after the jump.
The Certain Scientific Railgun S anime is about to introduce the four girls of ITEM, one of the underground groups in the Science Side whose primary function was to monitor the upper echelons of the Academy City. A new item has revealed the casting. And, speaking of Raildex, the movie Certain Magical Index: Endymion's Miracle has been scheduled for Japanese Blu-ray release on August 28th. More after jump.
Oreimo and A Certain Scientific Railgun are both based on Dengeki Bunko light novel series. There's an injoke about this in the new Railgun S season where an anti-skill forces guard can be seen reading a volume of Oreimo. After some promotion leading into their new spring anime seasons, the ASCII Media Works siblings are now feature in a set of character goods from Aniplex. Get a look after the jump.
The celebrating the season, the July issue of Dengeki Daioh, on sale May 27th, offers a bonus, swimsuit mini-figure of The Devil is a Part-Timer!'s Chiho Sasaki. Along with that, buyers can send alway for a "wading" figure of A Certain Scientific Railgun's Mikoto Misaka, complete with wet t-shirt. Get a look after the jump.
fripSide's "Sister Noise" single, featuring the opening for the A Certain Scientific Railgun S anime, is set to be released on the 8th, so to promote it, Rondo Robe has posted 15 and 45 second previews of the music video. This is enough to give us a look as the sisters as background dancers. Watch after the jump.
Singer/Index voice actress Yuka Iguchi is back with a new single featuring Certain Scientific Railgun S end theme, "Grow Slowly." Check out the music video after the jump.
Ruiko Saten isn't exactly an anime original, but she does receive extra emphasis in the anime version of A Certain Scientific Railgun. Now, the popular support character is set to be captured in a "Pajama de Otomari Saten-san," set to be released by Chara-ani in July. The 17.7cm figure goes for 7,000yen. Get a look after the jump.
FUNimation Entertainment announced that it has acquired the streaming rights to A Certain Scientific Railgun S. This is the second season of A Certain Scientific Railgun, which FUNimation will release on DVD on April 16, 2013. The series will premiere Sunday, April 14th at 11:30am ET and will simulcast Sundays at 11:30am ET/ 10:30am CT. More after the jump.
FUNimation previously showcased a clip offering a taste of A Certain Scientific Railgun's English dub, and now they're back for more. With the two-part DVD release coming up on April 16, dig FUNi's "Meet the Railgun" and "Railgun VS Imagine Breaker" clips after the jump.
Ahead of the series' Friday premiere, the 90 second A Certain Scientific Railgun S promo from the end of March's Anime Contents Expo has been posted. Get a look at this, plus fripside performing the new theme "Sister's Noise" after the jump.
We still have a week to go before the debut of A Certain Scientific Railgun S, but the Academy City girls are back in a series of commercials to promote the upcoming sequel. Check out the set of ads after the jump.
Teleporting ESPer Kuroko Shirai takes the spotlight in the latest promo A Certain Scientific Railgun S, which sees the staff on the previous series, including director Tatsuyuki Nagai, writer Seishi Minakami and character designer Yuichi Tanaka back for J.C. Staff produced adaptation of the "Sisters" story. Get a look after the jump.
Hot off the heels of a hit theatrical run for anime movie Endymion's Miracle, the "Raildex" franchise returns to Japanese TV this April in A Certain Scientific Railgun S. Staff on the previous series, including director Tatsuyuki Nagai, writer Seishi Minakami and character designer Yuichi Tanaka will be back for J.C. Staff produced adaptation of the "Sisters" story. Get a new preview after the jump.