FUNimation has posted a new English dub clip of A Certain Scientific Railgun S. The anime will be screening at the Anime Next convention Saturday at 7pm ahead of its July 1st DVD release. Get a look after the jump.
Happy 33rd birthay to voice actress Rina Sato! The Kawai Complex (and Love Lab) manga author Ruri Miyahara sketched her a happy birthday, with a cameo by Mayumi Nishikino, Sato's role in the new anime. The birthday is shared by well known Sato voiced character Mikoto Misaka and plenty of fans, and even a few companies, were sending well wishes to Biri Biri. Get a look after the jump.
Besides creating Otome Yōkai Zakuro and providing the character designs for Penguindrum, Lily Hoshino is a boys love doujinshi artist with plenty of Naruto work to her name. Today, she posted the latest in a trio of sketches of Yowamushi Pedal's cyclists. Get a look after the jump.
At this weekend's Sakuracon in Seattle, FUNimation announced release plans for Fairy Tail, Hetalia, Ben-To! and A Certain Scientific Railgun S, with dub casts for the latter too. Check out the details after the jump.
FUNimation's announcements from this weekend's Anime Boston convention included home video plans for A Certain Scientific Railgun S and Red Data Girl as well as when to expect the second part of Space Dandy. Get the details after the jump.
Square Enix's arcade-based fantasy collectible card game Lord of Vermilion III is gearing up for a 3.1 (Ark-cell) update with guest characters from Kaku-San-Sei Million Arthur, Final Fantasy Tactics and A Certain Magical Index/Scientific Railgun. Check out the character cards in action after the jump.
After introducing their fuzzy, oversized MofuMofu smartphone cases based on Free!'s Iwatobi-chan, Kill La Kill's Guts and Arpeggio of Blue Steel's Yotaro, GrooveGarage is now set with an equally crazy line of CharaFuku character outfits for your phone. Kill La Kill is back with a Senketsu case, joined by A Certain Scientific Railgun's Tokiwadai Middle School uniform and Accelerator's summer t-shirt. Get a look after the jump.
When you start adding up the Misaka Mikoto's path of destruction, from spoons and pachinko balls to pavement and light posts, it starts to look like the heroine of A Certain Scientific Railgun can't tie her shoes without bankrupting a business or imploding Academy City's municipal budget. Watch it add up in a fun bit of otaku calculation after the jump.
After teasing it with a making-of last week, Taiwanese video production group Akira Workshop have delivered their live-action Attack on Titan x A Certain Scientific Railgun cross-over. Check it out after the jump.
Yes, the finding Mikasa and Misaka's names similar is an international thing. A video production group in Taiwan has picked up the notion and are working on an Attack on Titan x Certain Scientific Railgun live-action cross-over, with a sample/making-of preview online now ahead a November 25th full debut. Get a look after the jump.
Since 2011, Tachikawa, located in western Tokyo Metropolis, has been celebrating its status as the "City of Anime." Generally this means that its Autumn Rakuichi notes its status as the inspiration for the setting of A Certain Magical Index/Scientific Railgun, but this year, the “Certain Municipality’s Area Promotion” got to double up with an appreciation for Gatchaman Crowds, which likewise set its action in the city. More after the jump.
Character goods maker Movic has scheduled a new Certain Scientific Railgun S body pillow of heroine Miska Mikoto for winter release. The 50 x 150 cm cover comes with 50ml of misting fragrance soap to leave the hugger and object affection smelling fresh. Get a look after the jump.