To keep fans amped up for the current season of A Certain Scientific Railgun – which is streaming right now on Crunchyroll – the official channel for the franchise posted the anime OP online just as the first episode of A Certain Scientific Railgun T aired. Zip your way over the jump to check it out!
Anison duo, fripSide, posted a short preview of the upcoming OP "final side" to the third season of Railgun, titled A Certain Scientific Railgun T, to their YouTube. The music video has the duo performing in front of Tokyo Sky Tree with some breathtaking visuals of the band and structure. Hit the jump to check it out!
We're heading back to in A Certain Scientific Railgun T after being away from the city since 2013 when A Certain Scientific Railgun S ended its run, and to reintroduce the characters and world the YouTube channel for the franchise posted a 3-minute digest video to get fans back up to speed. Hit the jump to check it out!
As the fourth season of Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma finishes its lastest course, the fifth season of the hit cooking anime show was announced at a stage for the series at Jump Festa 2020. A new key visual was released alongside the date of the TV anime broadcast. Hit the jump to see the visual and learn more!
A Certain Scientific Railgun is back for its third season, A Certain Scientific Railgun T, in January! To spark excitement for the upcoming series, a new PV was released to showcase the new animation for the series, highlight the returning cast and staff from A Certain Scientific Railgun S, and preview the new OP, “final phase” by fripSide. Grab a coin and flick the read more button to see the trailer!
Some quick news (pun intended) for fans of A Certain Scientific Railgun, the ongoing TV anime adaptation based on the spin-off manga written by Kazuma Kamachi and illustrated by Motoi Fuyukawa about a high-tech city filled with super-powered teens: the Japanese TV schedule has been revealed for the latest installment in the series, A Certain Scientific Railgun T. Hit the jump to learn more.
Life is a journey, death is a destination, and sometimes true friendship is the serial murderers we meet along the way in Angels of Death, the subject of the most recent Fall 2018 Review by "Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog". Join us as we explore a booby-trapped underground complex filled with scythe-wielding lunatics, deranged doctors, and other demented denizens of a world gone mad. Hit the jump to learn more.