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A Certain Scientific Railgun (とある科学の, Toaru Kagaku no Rērugan) is an anime series based on the manga of the same name, which in itself is a spin-off of Kazuma Kamachi's light novel, manga and anime series A Certain Magical Index. The manga is serialized in Dengeki Daioh and is written by Kazuma Kamachi and illustrated by Motoi Fukuyama. 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 anime is produced by J.C.Staff and directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai, series composition by Seishi Minakami, music by Maiko Iuchi, character design by Yuichi Tanaka and art and sound direction by Tomonori Kuroda and Jin Aketagawa respectively. The anime began airing on Tokyo MX from October 2, 2009 to March 19, 2010 and were later aired a day later on Chiba TV, MBS, TV Saitama and TV Kanagawa. The first 12 episodes follow the manga closely, with some changes and a few anime-original episodes and characters, while the later half of the series being a new original plot written by Kazuma Kamachi. Eight DVD compilations, each containing three episodes and a mini A Certain Magical Index novel written by Kazuma Kamachi and art by Haimura Kiyotaka which features Kaori Kanzaki as the protagonist, were released since February 7, 2010. A five-minute bonus episode was included with the Official Visual Book of the show released on July 24, 2010. An OVA episode was then released on October 29, 2010. Funimation licensed the series in North America and released the series on DVD in April 2013.[1] A second anime season, titled A Certain Scientific Railgun S, aired between April 12, 2013 and September 27, 2013 and was simulcast by Funimation, who released the series on DVD between July and August 2014.[2][3] Another Visual Book containing another bonus episode was released on March 27, 2014. A third season, titled A Certain Scientific Railgun T, has been announced and premiered on January 10, 2020.[4][5]

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A Certain Scientific Railgun (2009–10)[edit]

Main article: A Certain Scientific Railgun (2009 TV series)

A Certain Scientific Railgun S (2013)[edit]

Main article: A Certain Scientific Railgun S

A Certain Scientific Railgun T (2020)[edit]

Main article: A Certain Scientific Railgun T

Special episodes[edit]

These special episodes are released as extras on DVD and Blu-ray Disc volumes.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^A 22-minute preview of A Certain Magical Index: The Movie – The Miracle of Endymion aired on August 9, 2013, in place of a standard episode.
  2. ^English titles taken from Crunchyroll.
  3. ^Original air date was February 21, 2020, but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[9]
  4. ^Original air date was April 24, 2020, but was also delayed.[10]
  5. ^Originally scheduled to be aired on May 8, 2020.[11]
  6. ^Scheduled to be aired on May 29, 2020, but was pushed to July 24 instead, extending the series' run.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Geneon Universal Industry Panel". Anime News Network. July 2, 2010. Retrieved October 22, 2012.
  2. ^"A Certain Scientific Railgun TV Anime Gets 2nd Season". Anime News Network. October 21, 2012. Retrieved October 22, 2012.
  3. ^"Funimation to Stream A Certain Scientific Railgun S Sequel Anime". April 11, 2013. Retrieved March 27, 2019.
  4. ^"A Certain Scientific Railgun Gets 3rd Anime Season". Anime News Network. October 7, 2018. Retrieved October 7, 2018.
  5. ^"A Certain Scientific Railgun Anime Season 3 Reveals Ad, Theme Song Artists, More Staff". Anime News Network. September 27, 2019. Retrieved September 28, 2019.
  6. ^This episode was first aired on CBC
  7. ^"Toaru Kagaku no Railgun Book Has New Episode Listed". Anime News Network. June 15, 2010. Retrieved October 14, 2010.
  8. ^"Toaru Kagaku no Railgun OVA Confirmed for October 29". Anime News Network. June 22, 2010. Retrieved October 14, 2010.
  9. ^Loo, Egan (February 24, 2020). "A Certain Scientific Railgun T Anime Resumes on Friday After Delay Due to COVID-19 Coronavirus". Anime News Network. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved February 28, 2020.
  10. ^Pineda, Rafael Antonio (April 27, 2020). "A Certain Scientific Railgun T Anime's Episode 13 Airs on May 1". Anime News Network. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved April 27, 2020.
  11. ^Pineda, Rafael Antonio (May 12, 2020). "A Certain Scientific Railgun T Anime's Episode 14 Airs on May 15". Anime News Network. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved May 11, 2020.
  12. ^Mateo, Alex (May 23, 2020). "A Certain Scientific Railgun T Anime Delays Episode 16 to July 24". Anime News Network. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved September 10, 2021.

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English: A Certain Scientific Railgun T

Synonyms: Toaru Kagaku no Railgun 3, Toaru Kagaku no Choudenjihou 3, A Certain Scientific Railgun 3

Japanese: とある科学の超電磁砲[レールガン]T


Information

Type:TV

Episodes: 25

Status: Finished Airing

Aired: Jan 10, 2020 to Sep 25, 2020

Premiered:Winter 2020

Broadcast: Fridays at 22:00 (JST)

Producers:Square Enix, Movic, AT-X, Warner Bros. Japan, NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan, Kadokawa

Licensors:Funimation

Studios:J.C.Staff

Source: Manga

Genres:ActionAction, Sci-FiSci-Fi

Theme:Super PowerSuper Power

Duration: 24 min. per ep.

Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


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Score:8.211(scored by 6309763,097 users)

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Ranked:#3062

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Popularity: #991

Members: 176,669

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The Daihasei Festival has begun, and that of course means that Tokiwadai Middle School—a prestigious all-girls' middle school—is competing too. Despite the participation of the "Ace of Tokiwadai," Mikoto Misaka, the other students who are participating are still putting their utmost effort into winning, no matter how impossible the feat may seem against her might.

However, not all is fun and games. Due to the festival, Academy City opens to the outside world, and various factions have begun plotting ways to infiltrate the city. Misaka appears to be on their radar, and as the festival proceeds, people lurking from the shadows begin to emerge...

Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T brings back the Tokiwadai Ace and her friends as they dive deeper into the dark side of Academy City. From terrorist attacks to ruthless underground projects, anything is possible in this city.

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The idea of Railgun getting another anime adaptation is more than a blessing. Despite the 7 long years of waiting, we are once again greeted by another installation of the Raildex franchise. Being a spinoff of the original Index series, Railgun is no pushover when it comes to being a show of its own identity. Based on the manga, Railgun T is a breakout show of 2020.

Without further ado, we are reintroduced to Misaka Mikoto, the level 5 Esper, aka the Railgun of Academy City. She’s still the electrifying Misaka we all know from the previous seasons so don’t much expect change about her character this season. She’s already an established character and at this point really needs no more character development. However, Academy City itself is constantly changing every day and there are events that influences the city greatly. One such event is the Daihasaei Sports Festival, a chance for the city’s citizens to compete in friendly competition. The level 5 espers are appointed as representatives although the event itself gets chaotic. Misaka plays the role of not an enforcer but as a protector. It serves her right as someone who genuinely cares about the welfare of the city. Similarly, she is devoted to protect her friends from the darkness of Academy City. That’s the Railgun we all came to know from day one.

The darkness in Academy City never ceases to disappear and in this season, you’ll witness plenty the machinations from the science side. Misaka gets entangled once again into a deeper conspiracy that also involves Level 5 Esper, Shokuhou Misaki. These two never really see eye to eye but in this season, the two become unlikely allies to solve a bigger mystery. The season’s storytelling ties in together all the themes of the franchise and with Misaka and Misaki working together, they discover some unsettling revelations. One of the biggest projects of Academy City still revolves around the Misaka network and the concept of an esper to reach level 6. Misaka herself unknowingly becomes a catalyst after her emotions boiled up. It allowed the scientist Gensei to take advantage and trigger her powers even against her will. We also have to understand that level 6 itself is more than a power level but rather representing the divine state. What Gensei is trying to achieve goes beyond the realm of a human ability. But luckily, we have certain characters disrupting his dark dreams. If there’s anything viewers can learn from the Railgun franchise is that while there’s darkness, there’s also light. The light represents characters such as Touma, level 5 esper Gunha, and even Misaki.

The heavy drama aside, this season also has its ways to find fun and that includes pairing up certain characters together. Almost like fate, Touma encounters Saten for the first time and they bond over something simple as a good luck charm. Later on in the show, Saten also makes friends with Frenda, and despite their short time together, they form a formidable team. Misaka herself learns the importance of having friends and that the bonds they form is stronger than any esper power. Because let’s face it, one of Railgun’s prominent theme is friendship and ways for characters to connect with each other no matter how different they are. Whether it’s Misaka and her circle of friends or fellow espers, every episode shows that bonds are important. The more I watched this season, the more I see the direction of the story, one in which it always finds its ways to be truthful with its themes.

Consisting of two different arcs, the second half of Railgun introduces the Dream Ranker Arc with the concept of Indian Poker. It is a type of technology that can record dreams with individuals being able to experience them in the shape of cards. The creator, Kuriba Ryouko, is an intelligent girl who managed to create such technology. And as you can imagine, Indian Poker can be deadly when used in the wrong hands. In the right hands however, it can also be a helpful tool for characters such as Kuroko to protect Academy City’s citizens.

With a full 2-cour of 25 episodes, I’m very pleased to see how polished this season came to be. From the very first episodes, it knew what the audience wanted and wasted no time to get to the meat of the story. Focusing on the science side also gives an in-depth look at the lives of different espers, some who live like normal folks, while others engage in dangerous experiments. Ryoko is one such example where she even makes a clone of herself to achieve her goals. It goes on to say that some espers are willing to do anything regardless of the risk at hand. Misaka knows the dangers of experiments as she herself had been a subject to them. By fighting against the darkness of Academy City, she does her best to make their society a better place for everyone.

Watching Railgun T taught me that spinoffs can work wonders with the right set of characters, storytelling, themes, and overall selling itself as what it is. Since its previous seasons, we have an established cast with a poster girl who can be relatable in many ways. From the two main story arcs of this season, we learned even more about the science side of Academy City. It’s spinoffs like Railgun that serves as an example to be great on its own. It doesn’t need to be carried by its main show and in fact, I’d say with easy confidence that this season is a must watch for any fan of the Raildex universe.

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Have you ever seen yourself in a scenario where you take the likings of the sidekick instead of the main character? Where you’re more hooked into the story and whereabouts of a secondary figure in the show instead of whoever plays the lead?
Certainly, it has happened to all of us at least once in our lifetime and, if you are this deep into this series, it’s obvious that it’s not your first time experiencing this, as we all know what has to be known: Misaka Mikoto is the real deal.

After 7 years of drought, the third installment of the series premiered in January and neither the tremendous drop in production quality observed in JC Staff during the past few years (essentially taking Index III into consideration) nor an enormous hiatus due to a global pandemic could stop Railgun T to deliver.
The third season continues the story in a time where the Daihaisei Festival has begun, focusing as is customary by now, on the “Ace of Tokiwadai”: the one and only Misaka Mikoto, as Misaka and her friends dive deeper into the dark side of Academy City (A.C. for short), facing all kind of dangerous situations where, consequently, both the future of A.C. and their lives are at stake.

Railgun T continues with a storyline loaded with a repertoire of dark, powerful metaphysical and moral symbolism (as it was in the Sisters’ arc) but without backtracking in its goofiness and light-hearted characteristics which has made this show so enjoyable and “easy to watch” during the past years. In addition, when we add the action-packed philosophy that the Railgun franchise has had for the majority of its existence, as well as its quirky and free-spirited pace, we come up with the perfect formula that have given them great recognition over the past couple of years -taking out of the picture that Silent Party arc which was dreadful enough to leave us a sour taste for a bunch of years- and has helped the storyline of the series to get better and better with each season, making a clearer bigger picture of the Toaru universe, especially the scientific one, a.k.a, the one related to Misaka Mikoto and her endeavours.

Speaking about symbolism, Railgun never ceases to amaze me on how they’ve been able to both keep posing topics laden with meaning during the past few years and build on these topics to create an interesting and enlightening story; topics like the true meaning of humanism, the onto-epistemological dualism of body and soul or the paradigm of “the end justify the means”, all this while tempering the impact of their message, taking into consideration there position as a light-hearted show.

What I would like to point out is the subtle difference I’ve noticed in the development of the story, especially throughout the first course of the season. Up until now, I had not seen a particular interest in the writers on trying to make things a little bit more intriguing, nonetheless, this season had a more courageous approach, as they used plot devices such as foreshadowing, making a fool of the viewer (e.g: letting us think that <x> or <y> had good or bad intentions intentionally when it was the other way round) or plot twisting, making the viewer much more attached to the evolution of the story and the characters which participate in it, what, in my opinion, are enough facts to affirm that their storytelling has been taken to a whole nother level.

Another thing that this season has done great is in displaying contrasts properly. Let me explain. Do you realise how difficult is it to mesh two characters that are THAT different (Misaka and Shokuhou) and make them complement each other properly so that the series can go on? And I’m not speaking about power-related complementation, which is quite the easy task -I mean, they’re both Level 5 espers, it can’t be that difficult-, I’m talking about the fact that season T mainly revolves around their interaction, around their synergy -which, by the way, brings a little of life to the anime-, in spite of the circumstance that these two have wildly conflicting origins, personality and history. As a matter of fact, they create a proceeding where Shokuhou has no choice but to place enough trust on Mikoto in order to be able to tell her some of her secrets and indirectly ask Misaka for help.
As a result, we’ve all been witness to a much more organic show, something that was lacking on preceding jobs related to the Toaru universe, which felt much more systematic, somehow more worried on adapting correctly the source material instead of worrying on making a good, complete, entertaining show.

The main cast was as great as ever: Misaka being as badass as she has accustomed us, Kuroko not being as tiring as she is thanks to the notable decrease in “Onee-sama rants” and Saten being her usual self, giving a different point of view in a group so plunged into an atmosphere os esper powers that sometimes forget to live an “joyful, ordinary life”.
Additionally, let’s not forget about the coherent characterisation -at least for once- of side characters such as Kongo, Frenda, the Scavenger crew or even Shokuhou, giving them the proper screen-time and character development, leading to a much more complete series that uses its not-so-valuable characters for something more that comic relief gags (full-time job of Kongo-san until this season) or "damsel in distress" situations for the main cast to shine with their craftiness and might.

Backtracking a little bit, speaking about production and animation quality and knowing what studio was in charge of this season (as it was in s1 & s2), I am quite sure I wasn’t the only one who was in fear of yet again another disappointment after the embarrassing position in which the JC Staff crew have put themselves during the last few years (with magnificent works such as Index III, OPM s2 or the lately Accelerator powerpoint presentation which, as a matter of fact, was alright due to the fact that both Accel.’s character and voice actor are god-tier); however, it’s rather obvious that even JC Staff knows how important the Railgun franchise is for their survival. It's pretty clear that, due to its popularity in Japan and in the Occidental world, the studio has in mind that they are pretty much obliged to get it right, as Toaru Kagaku no Railgun is their spearhead in today’s highly competitive anime-production environment.
For that reason, JC Staff has made sure that the quality of the animation in Railgun T is off the charts, especially taking into account the expectations before the series began airing, knowing all the problems they faced with this anime due to production and pandemic reasons. Fluidity and choreography looked amazing -especially during fight scenes-, sakuga animation was carried out amazingly well (for instance, both openings and that episode 14 climax was just top-notch artwork), camera rotations and 3D movements were executed to perfection, backgrounds were depicted amazingly well, characters were drawn great...hell, even the use of CGI wasn’t creaky at all and led to one of the best animation scenes of the entire series!

By the same token, music has had a leading role in the success of this season. The sound director has done a marvelous job in both the composition -even though some tracks are not new- and the use of music throughout the season, enhancing the different emotions that were on display during different moments, whether it was hyping up the moment when a fight was taking place, magnifying the sense of urgency, intensifying the feeling of anguish...yet, one of the best part of this music section was in both the Openings and Endings (having the first OP in mind while writing this), as fripSide delivers yet again with that “final phase” banger.

Guys, spin-off’s work, and this is a good example of it; Railgun T comes up with a great mix of symbolism, light-hearted moments, great characterisation and action-packed eye-catching sequences that will not cease to amaze you during the whole course of the series; so if you’re not watching Railgun yet...WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

“Someone places a hurdle in front of me, and I can’t rest until I’ve jumped over it.” – Mikoto Misaka

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Preface: A Certain Scientific Railgun has always been JC Staff’s favorite and most profitable series to adapt, the bias is quite real and very noticeable when any season of Railgun is compared to a season of Index or the new Accelerator anime. As expected, despite all the failures JC Staff recently had and even with the global pandemic that occurred while this was airing, Railgun T is still by far the single best thing made by JC Staff in years, not counting movies. This review will expand on why the anime adapt for Railgun T blows the other Toaru adapts out of the water and what fans of the Toaru series can expect from it.

THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS

Story: 9

The story for Toaru Kagaku No Railgun T is largely a page by page faithful adapt of the source material along with some of the usual head canon this specific director just can’t resist adding. The additions this time though, unlike with Nagai space in the silent party arc, did not detract from the story and even added meaningful characterization. This story takes place fairly early in the timeline of the series during the Daihasei festival in season 2 of index, and slightly after the events of the Sister’s Noise project in Railgun S. It appears that Silent Party was largely forgotten although there were passing references to Kongo launching a space shuttle into the stratosphere. The story primarily consists of 2 arcs, the first being the extremely popular Daihasei festival arc and the second being the Dream Ranker arc, both of which were adapted really well. This review won’t go into deep spoiler territory to much, but it’s worth mentioning that the Daihasei festival arc was adapted nearly perfectly. From the early games, to Kongou and her friends confronting a mercenary, and Misaka’s amazing temporary partnership with Misaki, everything was done perfectly. It did hit a few snags here and there, especially with how long the truck scene was and the recap in episode 13 which delayed the finale and made it somewhat anti-climactic. Overall, the Daihasei festival arc was a 9/10 adapt for the story and any source reader should be satisfied with how the story was brought to life.

As for the dream ranker arc, it’s worth noting that the arc had a series of excellent mini arcs within it that the audience might find to be, some of the best side character highlights, and general slice of life moments animated this entire year. Kuroko’s mini arc with the precog boy had very little Misaka in it despite her being the title character, yet despite this it was an incredible arc showcasing how cool Kuroko can be when she’s not injured or infatuated with Misaka. The Bust Upper arc was absolutely hilarious, Misaka and Kinuhata fighting over the card and then teaming up together to obtain it was great, the introduction of more index characters like Hamazura was also nice for the index viewers, the references in the dream were also a nice touch. The arc with Frenda might just be my favorite Toaru side arc in general, Frenda’s cute more human side was explored and the viewers learn that Saten and her actually had interesting interactions and a friendship that did not involve the main cast. The way it was masterfully tied into the battle royale arc with the rank 2 and his team getting some exposure and the 1 week time skip was also great. The main meat of the arc itself was perfectly handled, no complaints at all on the exposition of Kuriba and the cyborg’s rationalization on why they wanted to get revenge on humanity. Misaka’s first “kill” was also handled in an impactful way, overall a 9/10 story adapt.

Art: 8

Well the art isn’t bad at all and is significantly better than honestly anything else JC staff has made since Railgun S, this includes dozens of other anime aired between the 9 year wait between these 2 seasons and includes the other Toaru adapts as well. Kenichiro Aoki is the lead animation director for this season and thankfully it appears he happens to be one exceptional animator. The fight scenes actually had great choreography and strategy for example the fight between Kuroko and Mitori which involved a teleporting girl fighting a terminator rip off. The use of teleportation in such a strategic manner and figuring out how to beat a liquid metal monster was great, and the final moment between Kuroko and Mitori was definitely intense. As for the major fights, there was plenty of Sakuga, with Gunha fighting Misaka being animated so well that it could compete with shows from top studios like Bones or WIT, the detail and composition were among the best out of all shows aired in early 2020 and late 2019.

The background art was reused a lot, but it doesn’t really detract from the show, if anything there is no reason to constantly remake art for the exact same setting, and it captures the feeling of the city from season 2 quite well. The character designs are also recycled but that’s fine, it’s a series with 7 installments now, there is no reason to significantly change anything. At some points the art style did noticeably look a bit dry or bland, such as the lightning effects during the end stage of Misaka’s transformation and the dragons scene, but my expectations were already set so low for JC staff that anything above CGI lightning and CGI dragons were already acceptable regardless of how they looked.

Frenda fighting Rakko has some of the best fight choreography in the season the episode aired, if it was not for a certain martial arts anime airing in the same season as this arc it likely would have been the best. The fluid gunshots, explosions, and environmental damage combined with the camera angles was truly enjoyable and set the bar for fights during the summer anime season. In the dream ranker arc the iron sand kaiju was quite the spectacle, even if the kaiju and its opponent used some CGI, it was very well integrated and barely noticeable, the iron sand effects were especially beautiful. The battle between Misaka and the cyborg, leading up to the kaiju fight, was also very well executed with some of the best lightning animation in anime, and one of the best looking railgun shots from Misaka due to how perfectly drawn the impact frames were. Overall, there are no complaints about the art or the animation, both of which were top tier for all arcs this season.

The sound: 8

The openings for Toaru related anime are always good, no exception, the first OP did sound a bit to much like the older openings but between the lyrics and visuals it was still quite good. The soundtrack is the same as prior railgun seasons but I won’t complain about that, the OST from before was great. Sound effects have been brought back to the original ones as well which is a huge improvement over season 3 attempting to throw in all sorts of new effects that don’t match the atmosphere of the series.

Characters: 9

Misaka is more than just a tsundere side character and this anime perfectly illustrates how deep her character goes and her underlying motivations. We learn quite well that Misaka actually hates the city and how its run but she loves the civilians and her friends so she puts up with it despite feeling like a human lab rat. We also get to learn more about how much she cares about her friends and how easily someone as good as her can quickly turn to threaten to crush her opponents like insects if someone takes them away, Misaka might be a hero but she is a teenage girl first and foremost. Overall I quite enjoyed this new side of Misaka that was shown during her transformation and the aftermath when she comes to terms with her feelings towards the city, I also quite enjoyed her development in the dream ranker arc and her killing another being for the first time even if it was nonliving.

Now the level 5s in general also got some development, we got to see an entirely new character and we also got to enjoy watching one of the fan favorites get fleshed out in the anime. As far as the new characters it’s important to mention how great Misaki was and how well she was adapted into the anime, she started off as a cold manipulative sociopath that the audience will hate, but her redemption arc was amazing. From Misaki demonstrating a lelouch level of athleticism to her backstory on why she cares about the clones and dislikes Misaka for allowing the cloning project to occur, Misaki’s character became quite fleshed out. This was a far cry from her original appearance in Railgun S where she simply came off as a bitch during the 5 min she was on screen.

As for Misaka’s friend group, Kuroko is still an over the top lesbian with lots of fan service and annoying behavior, but she does keep the atmosphere light and amusing, and she definitely has her badass moments like when she fought Mitori. Kuroko is a well-rounded character and excellently complements Misaka and the gang. Saten and Uiharu are more of the usual, it was interesting seeing how Uiharu coped with knowing that she unintentionally betrayed her friends when Misaki brainwashed her, and Saten meeting a certain protagonist was hilarious as well.
Saten also got a significant side arc with Frenda which explored her personal relationships more and made it clear that the characters in this series have interesting and eventful lives even outside of their teams and interactions with the protagonist. Overall the characters were excellent, as they are in the source material, the fans of the series will be glad to know that they were done justice, a solid 9/10 for characters.

Enjoyment: 9

If you are a fan of anything Toaru related you will love this season of Railgun, if you are a fan specifically of Railgun this season might even live up to Railgun S for you. Now I wouldn’t consider it as good as the sisters noise arc, both the Daihasei and Dream Ranker arcs were equally good 9/10 arcs while Sisters Noise was a perfect 10, I believe that the consistently good arcs mean a lot and make the overall viewing experience much more enjoyable. Even if you are not a Toaru anime fan I would still recommend this anime, it has great action, visuals, characters, and a well-executed story, it is an incredibly enjoyable adapt and has redeemed JC Staff to me and hopefully to you as well.

Overall: 9

I give this show a 9, it was exceptional and it is absolutely worth a watch if you are a Toaru fan, I know you likely have been let down by the Index 3 or Accelerator adaptations, but you can rest assured that this specific installment will be worth watching. This is the best out of the 3 new additions to the Toaru anime franchise and hopefully it gets another season soon as I cannot wait to see what happens next.

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In Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T, Mikoto Misaka and her friends prepare for the Daihasei Festival, a seven-day sports competition between different Esper schools, which, of course, also include the famous Tokiwadai middle school. Misaka and all other students of Tokiwadai are highly motivated and ready to do their best in the upcoming competition. However, all the fun ends, when another dark secret of the Academy City of Science and Technology is uncovered. What is this secret?

The universe of this series is tremendously huge: A Certain Magical Index, A Certain Scientific Railgun, A Certain Scientific Accelerator and many many more. Academy City is just a small, yet, very important part of the story, because almost everything what happens in the anime, happens exactly in the Academy City; it is all about it, it connect everything. Long story short, as always, Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T focuses on the Academy City; the city that is more technologically developed than any country in the whole world: science and technology in the Academy City is 20, or maybe even more than 30 years more advanced than in any part of the world, which gives you an understanding of what this city is. It is an open secret that we have been finding out more and more information about the Academy City for a while now and that there will not be anything new to know about it. Such a way of thinking would be completely wrong, since the new season shows more dark secrets about it and the most important thing about it is that old questions are also being answered.

As has always been the case, Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T is a dark sci-fi, fluffy SoL, a bit of this, a bit of that and, as a result, it actually works. There are just so many things going on that you might just stop for a moment and reconsider what has happened in an episode. Setting works, the attention has been paid to everything: the sci-fi elements are amazing, power system, everything. Toaru Kagaku no Railgun is one of these series that has a very average start and then, after some time, you notice that you are a fan now; the deeper you go, the more rewarding it becomes. With that being said, story wise, as mentioned above, Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T answers more questions, as well as the old ones and it makes the universe even more interesting and enjoyable to follow.

Probably, the second best thing about A Certain Scientific Railgun after the storyline is animation, which meets the current standards. When looking at the picture, you just cannot take your eyes off it even for a second. Beautiful landscapes: stylish industrial skyscrapers that make the world of A Certain Scientific Railgun look like as if it were the future. However, at the same time, all this is in a perfect harmony, with lush greenery and parks with fountains. In addition to this, the animation is also able to show facial expressions of the characters in a very unique way; they make characters look so alive. Needless to say, the animators pay enough attention to each and every small detail, which helps create the atmosphere of comfort, when viewing the anime. However, the main appeal of this series, as always, is Japanese voice actors, who help you appreciate the series even more.

Character wise, more characters are being introduced, but the most important thing to mention here is that the new season also pays more than enough attention to the old characters. What I am trying to say is that the new season both introduces new characters and also does not forget about the old ones, showing their background; there are just so many things going on, so many characters that exist in the universe of A Certain Scientific Railgun and they all want to achieve something. Even the villains have their reasons to do what they want, their ideals and desires make sense and you might even feel sorry for them. What is more, you might even ask yourself one simple question: if I were in their shoes, would I do the same thing? This is something you can only achieve with great writing, which A Certain Scientific Railgun has.

All in all, as it has been mentioned already, A Certain Scientific Railgun has everything: a grain of romance, cute girls do cute things, excellent sci-fi elements, which might become a reality sometime in the future, astounding action scenes, a drama that cannot be called forced, quite the contrary, some of the scenes might make you moody. Anyways, this season is the most action packed, spectacular eye candy that you cannot and must not miss. However, if you are not a fan, then what are you doing with your life?

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A Certain Scientific Railgun T

Third season of A Certain Scientific Railgun anime television series

Season of television series

The third season of the Japanese anime television series A Certain Scientific Railgun, based on the manga of the same name, follows Mikoto Misaka teaming up with Misaki Shokuhō to stop the plans of Academy City's dark side during Daihasei Festival. The series, also known as A Certain Scientific Railgun T, was directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai from a series composition written by Shogo Yasukawa.

Rina Satō, Satomi Arai, Aki Toyosaki, and Kanae Itō reprise their roles from the previous two seasons of A Certain Scientific Railgun. Azumi Asakura joins them as Shokuhō, whom she also voiced in the first and final episodes of A Certain Scientific Railgun S. Production of the third season was announced in October 2018, with Nagai and Yasukawa confirming as director and series composition writer in September 2019.

The season began airing in Japan on January 10, 2020, and consists of twenty-five episodes. Several episodes got delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, concluding the series on September 25, 2020, instead of early June.

Episode list[edit]

Main article: List of A Certain Scientific Railgun episodes

Cast and characters[edit]

Main article: List of A Certain Magical Index characters

Main[edit]

Recurring[edit]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

During the Dengeki Bunko 25th Anniversary Fall Dengeki Festival event in October 2018, an untitled third season of A Certain Scientific Railgun television series was announced, with Tatsuyuki Nagai confirming his return to direct at J.C.Staff.[32]Kazuma Kamachi, the creator of A Certain Magical Index series, and light novel editor Kazuma Miki revealed in November 2018 that the series was slated to be released in 2019 along with A Certain Scientific Accelerator television series,[33] but it was delayed to January 2020.[34]

In September 2019, staff members from the previous season were confirmed to be returning for the series, including character animation designer Yuichi Tanaka, art director Kentaro Izumi, and cinematographer Shingo Fukuyo, with Shogo Yasukawa handling the series composition.[35] The title of the series was revealed in the same month to be A Certain Scientific Railgun T.[36] The series' premiere date was revealed in November 2019 to be on January 10, 2020,[37] and it would consist of twenty-five episodes.[38]

Writing[edit]

The Daihasei Festival story arc from A Certain Scientific Railgunmanga series were adapted into the first half of the series,[39] while the sixteenth episode onwards were based on the Dream Ranker arc.[40]

Casting[edit]

With the announcement of a third season in October 2018, Rina Satō, Satomi Arai, Aki Toyosaki, Kanae Itō, and Azumi Asakura were also confirmed to reprise their respective roles as Mikoto Misaka, Kuroko Shirai, Kazari Uiharu, Ruiko Saten, and Misaki Shokuhō.[32] Additional cast were confirmed in December 2019, including Kengo Kawanishi as Gunha Sogīta and Miyu Tomita as Mitori Kōzaku.[41] In February 2020, Konomi Kohara joined the cast as Dolly,[42] as did Atsumi Tanezaki in April as Ryōko Kuriba / Doppelganger.[40]

Music[edit]

Maiko Iuchi returned to compose A Certain Scientific Railgun T.[35] From episodes 1 to 15, the opening theme music is "Final Phase" by fripSide,[43] while the ending theme music is "Nameless Story" by Kishida Kyoudan & The Akeboshi Rockets.[44] From episode 16 onwards, the opening theme music is "Dual Existence" by fripSide,[45] while the ending theme music is "Aoarashi no Ato de" (青嵐のあとで) by sajou no hana.[46]

Marketing[edit]

A full promotional video for A Certain Scientific Railgun T was released in December 2019.[47] The series had the Daihaseisai guidebook and Mikoto Style booklet, which were given for free at the 97th Comiket.[48]EJ Anime Hotel in Tokorozawa used the series as a theme in one of its rooms, which was opened by October 2020.[49]

Promotional partners for the series included Atré and Animate stores in Akihabara.[50][51]

Release[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

A Certain Scientific Railgun T began airing in Japan on AT-X, Tokyo MX, BS11, and MBS on January 10, 2020.[52]

Home media[edit]

A Certain Scientific Railgun T began simulcasting on the Japanese streaming website AbemaTV on January 10, 2020.[52] The series was also streamed on Crunchyroll and Funimation.[53][54]

NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan released the first volume of the series' Blu-ray and DVD compilation on April 30, 2020,[55] while the eighth and final volume was released on December 25.[56] They contain a bonus novel written by Kamachi titled A Certain Magical Index SS: Agnese's Magic Side Work Experience,[55] while the first and fifth volume sets contain the fifth and sixth episodes of the original video animationMuch More Railgun (もっとまるっと超電磁砲, Motto Marutto Rērugan).[57] Funimation released the first volume set of the series in North America on March 2, 2021,[58] while the second volume set was released on June 29.[59]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^English titles taken from Crunchyroll.
  2. ^Original air date was February 21, 2020, but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[1]
  3. ^Original air date was April 24, 2020, but was also delayed.[2]
  4. ^Originally scheduled to be aired on May 8, 2020.[3]
  5. ^Scheduled to be aired on May 29, 2020, but was pushed to July 24 instead, extending the series' run.[4]

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Certain_Scientific_Railgun_T
Kinuhata Saiai's Chest Complex - Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T Episode 18

The anime series adaptation of the Toaru Kagaku no Railgun (とある科学の,Toaru Kagaku no Choudenjihou?, lit., "A Certain Scientific Railgun") is a manga series that serves as a side story to the Toaru Majutsu no Index light novels, written by Kamachi Kazuma, who also wrote the original light novels, and illustrated by Fuyukawa Motoi. It started a monthly serialization in Dengeki Daioh in May 2007. The manga series has been adapted into an anime series by J.C.Staff. The story follows the plot of a Level 5 esper, Misaka Mikoto, and her roommate, Shirai Kuroko, solving various problems arising in the vast space of Academy City.

Episode List[]

For Blu-ray and DVD releases, see Home Video Releases/Railgun.

First Season (Toaru Kagaku no Railgun, 2009-2010)[]

Toaru Kagaku no Railgun focuses on Misaka Mikoto, an electromaster who is the third most powerful of the seven Level 5 espers in Academy City. Set before and during the events of the Toaru Majutsu no Index novels, the anime tells the adventures of Mikoto and her friends during that time period from their point of view, starting with a mystery surrounding a device purported to increase the level of any esper who uses it.

#Episode TitleRelease Date
1 "Electromaster"
(,Erekutoromasutā?, lit. "Electric Shock User")
October 2, 2009
2 "When You Work Under the Sun, You Need to Stay Hydrated"
(炎天下の作業には水分補給が必須ですのよ,Entenka no Sagyō ni wa Suibun Hokyū ga Hissu desu no yo?)
October 9, 2009
3 "Tokiwadai is Targeted"
(ねらわれた常磐台,Nerawareta Tokiwadai?)
October 16, 2009
4 "Urban Legends"
(都市伝説,Toshi Densetsu?)
October 23, 2009
5 "A Certain Pair of New Trainees"
(とある二人の新人研修,Toaru Futari no Shinjin Kenshū?)
October 30, 2009
6 "Everyone is Proactive When it Comes to Such Things"
(こういうことにはみんな積極的なんですよ,Kō Iu Koto ni wa Minna Sekkyokuteki Nan desu yo?)
November 6, 2009
7 "Abilities and Power"
(能力とちから,Nōryoku to Chikara?)
November 13, 2009
8 "Level Upper"
(,Reberu Appā?, lit. "Illusion Hand")
November 20, 2009
9 "Majority Report"
(マジョリティ・リポート,Majoriti Ripōto?)
November 27, 2009
10 "Silent Majority"
(サイレント・マジョリティ,Sairento Majoriti?)
December 4, 2009
11 "Ms. Kiyama"
(木山せんせい,Kiyama-sensei?)
December 11, 2009
12 "AIM Burst"
(AIM バースト,AIM Bāsuto?)
December 18, 2009
13 "A Bikini Divides the Eyeline Between Top and Bottom, but a One-Piece Shows Off the Figure so They Only Flatter the Slender"
(ビキニは目線が上下に分かれますけどワンピースは身体のラインが出ますから細い方しか似合わないんですよ,Bikini wa Mesen ga Jōge ni Wakaremasu kedo Wanpīsu wa Karada no Rain ga Demasu kara Hosoi Kata Shika Niawanain desu yo?)
December 25, 2009
14 "Special Workshop"
(特別講習,Tokubetsu Kōshū?)
January 8, 2010
15 "Skill-Out"
(スキルアウト,Sukiru-Auto?)
January 15, 2010
16 "Academy City"
(学園都市,Gakuen Toshi?)
January 22, 2010
17 "Tsuzuri's Summer Vacation"
(夏休みのつづり,Natsuyasumi no Tsuzuri?)
January 29, 2010
18 "Asunaro Park"
(あすなろ園,Asunaro En?)
February 5, 2010
19 "Midsummer Festival"
(盛夏祭,Seikasai?)
February 12, 2010
20 "Poltergeist"
(,Porutāgaisuto?, lit. "Disorder Unleashing")
February 19, 2010
21 "Voice"
(声,Koe?)
February 26, 2010
22 "Level 6"
(,Reberu 6?, alt. "Those who are not Deities that Reach the Sense of the Heavens")
March 5, 2010
23 "What Do You See in Your Eyes Right Now?"
(いま、あなたの目には何が見えてますか?,Ima, Anata no Me ni wa Nani ga Mietemasu ka??)
March 12, 2010
24 "Dear my Friends" March 19, 2010
13' "Being a Photo Shoot Model Under the Hot Sun Isn't Easy, Is It?"
(炎天下の撮影モデルも楽じゃありませんわね。,Entenka no Satsuei Moderu mo Raku ja Arimasen wa ne.?)
July 24, 2010
OVA "Since Misaka-san is the Center of Attention Right Now..."
(御坂さんはいま注目の的ですから,Misaka-san wa Ima Chūmoku no Mato desu kara?)
October 29, 2010

Second Season (Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S, 2013)[]

As Misaka Mikoto finds out about her 20,000 clones, she tries to stop the Level 6 Shift Project that intends to sacrifice their lives in order to increase the power of the highest ranked Level 5, Accelerator. Her fight against the experiments, however, will pit her against ITEM, one of the Dark Side of Academy City factions, and its leader, fellow Level 5 Mugino Shizuri.

#Episode TitleRelease Date
1 "Railgun"
(,Rērugan?, lit. "Super Electromagnetic Cannon")
April 12, 2013
2 "Critical"
(,Kuritikaru?, lit. "Life Interrupt")
April 19, 2013
3 "Radio Noise Project"
(計画,Redio Noizu Keikaku?, lit. "Railgun Mass Production Plan")
April 26, 2013
4 "Sisters"
(,Shisutāzu?, lit. "Little Sisters")
May 3, 2013
5 "Level 6 Shift Project"
(計画,Reberu 6 Shifuto Keikaku?, lit. "Absolute Power Evolution Plan")
May 10, 2013
6 "Because... I Can See What Everyone Has Been Through"
(あたし・・・みんなのこと見えているから,Atashi... Minna no Koto Miete Irukara?)
May 17, 2013
7 "I Want To Be Onee-sama's Power"
(お姉さまの力になりたいですの,Onee-sama no Chikara ni Naritai desu no?)
May 24, 2013
8 "ITEM"
(,Aitemu?)
May 31, 2013
9 "AIM Stalker"
(,AIM Sutōkā?, lit. "Ability Tracker")
June 7, 2013
10 "Meltdowner"
(,Merutodaunā?, lit. "Atomic Destruction")
June 14, 2013
11 "Vending Machine"
(自動販売機,Jidō Hanbaiki?)
June 21, 2013
12 "Tree Diagram"
(,Tsurī Daiaguramu?, lit. "Designer of the Tree Diagram")
June 28, 2013
13 "Accelerator"
(,Akuserarēta?, lit. "One-Way Road")
July 5, 2013
14 "Promise"
(約束,Yakusoku?)
July 12, 2013
15 "Kamijou Touma"
(,Kamijō Tōma?, lit. "Weakest")
July 19, 2013
16 "Siblings"
(姉妹,Shimai?)
July 26, 2013
17 "Study Session"
(勉強会,Benkyō-kai?)
August 2, 2013
18 "Moving"
(お引越し,O Hikkoshi?)
August 16, 2013
19 "Academy City Research Exhibit Assembly"
(学園都市研究発表会,Gakuen Toshi Kenkyū Happyōkai?)
August 23, 2013
20 "Febrie"
(フェブリ,Feburi?)
August 30, 2013
21 "Darkness"
(闇,Yami?)
September 6, 2013
22 "STUDY" September 13, 2013
23 "Silent Party"
(,"Silent Party"
? lit. "Early Dawn of Reform")
September 20, 2013
24 "Eternal Party" September 27, 2013
OVA "All the Important Things I Learned in a Bathhouse"
(大事なことはぜんぶ銭湯に教わった,Daiji na Koto wa Zenbu Sentō ni Osowatta?)
March 27, 2014

Third Season (Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T, 2020)[]

With the Daihaseisai underway, Misaka Mikoto and her friends find themselves embroiled in another incident connected to the Sisters; this time involving the #5 Level 5, Shokuhou Misaki, and the underground faction MEMBER.

#Episode TitleRelease Date
1 "Level 5"
(,Reberu 5?, lit. "Person with Super Powers")
January 10, 2020
2 "Daihaseisai"
(大覇星祭,Daihaseisai?, alt. "Daihasei Festival", lit. "Grand Champion Star Festival")
January 17, 2020
3 "Balloon Hunter"
(バルーンハンタ,Barūn Hanta?)
January 24, 2020
4 "Alteration"
(改竄,Kaizan?)
January 31, 2020
5 "Trust"
(信頼,Shinrai?)
February 7, 2020
6 "The Battle Begins"
(開戦,Kaisen?)
February 14, 2020
7 "Auribus oculi fideliores sunt."
(,"Auribus oculi fideliores sunt."
? alt. "The Eyes are more Trustworthy than the Ears")
February 28, 2020
8 "Railgun × Mental Out"
( × ,Rērugan × Mentaru Auto?, lit. "Super Electromagnetic Cannon × Psychological Control")
March 20, 2020
9 "Kouzaku Mitori"
(,Kōzaku Mitori?)
March 27, 2020
10 "Clone Dolly"
(,Kurōn Dorī?, lit. "Talented Person Workshop")
April 3, 2020
11 "Joining the Battle"
(参戦,Sansen?)
April 10, 2020
12 "Exterior"
(,Ekusuteria?, lit. "Exterior Substitute Brain")
April 17, 2020
13 "SYSTEM"
(,"SYSTEM"
? alt. "Those who are not Deities that Reach the Sense of the Heavens")
May 1, 2020
14 "Dragon Strike"
(,Doragon Sutoraiku?, lit. "Jaw of the Dragon King")
May 15, 2020
15 "Promise"
(やくそく,Yakusoku?)
May 22, 2020
16 "Dream Ranker"
(,Dorīmu Rankā?, lit. "Natural Talent Dreamer")
July 24, 2020
17 "Precognition"
(予知,Yochi?)
July 31, 2020
18 "Bust Upper"
(,Basuto Appā?, lit. "Bust Hand")
August 7, 2020
19 "Strange Coincidence"
(奇縁,Kien?)
August 14, 2020
20 "Ha det bra" August 21, 2020
21 "Doppelganger "
(ドッペルゲンガー,Dopperugengā?)
August 28, 2020
22 "Scavenger"
(,Sukabenjā?, lit. "Corpse-eating Corps")
September 4, 2020
23 "Possession"
(憑依,Hyōi?)
September 11, 2020
24 "Diffusion"
(拡散,Kakusan?)
September 18, 2020
25 "My Dear Friends"
(私の、大切な友達,Watashi no, Taisetsu na Tomodachi?)
September 25, 2020

Specials[]

Motto Marutto Railgun[]

Sours: https://toarumajutsunoindex.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Toaru_Kagaku_no_Railgun_Episodes

Episodes railgun t

A Certain Scientific Railgun T (TV 3)

Director: Tatsuyuki Nagai

Series Composition: Shogo Yasukawa

Script:
Atsuo Ishino(イシノアツオ; eps 5, 11)
Hiroki Uchida(eps 6, 12, 20)
Shinichi Inotsume(6 episodes

eps 7, 10, 16-17, 21-22

)

Shogo Yasukawa(14 episodes

eps 1-4, 8-9, 13-15, 18-19, 23-25

)

Storyboard:
Hideki Tachibana(OP1; eps 11-12, 14)
Kazuki Horiguchi(eps 11, 16)
Kazuo Takigawa(ep 13)
Kiyoko Sayama(ep 15)
Koichiro Sohtome(eps 6, 13)
Kouichi Takada(eps 8, 19, 23)
Naoyuki Konno(ED1)
Ryûta Kawahara(ep 9)
Shingo Yuki(ep 3)
Shuuji Miyazaki(ep 21)
Takashi Iida(飯田崇; ep 24)
Tatsuyuki Nagai(ED2; 6 episodes

eps 1, 6, 13, 23-25

)

Tetsuya Yanagisawa(ep 12)
Toru Yoshida(ep 23)
Toshikazu Hashimoto(ep 5)
Yoshiki Kawasaki(OP2)
Yoshiki Yamakawa(ep 18)
Yoshimitsu Ohashi(ep 22)
Yuuichi Nihei(5 episodes

eps 2, 7, 10, 17, 20

)

Episode Director:
Akari Ranzaki(eps 13, 19, 24)
Daizou Yase(ep 13)
Hideki Tachibana(OP1)
Katsushi Sakurabi(ep 22)
Kazuki Horiguchi(eps 1, 16, 23)
Kiyoko Sayama(ep 15)
Kōsaku Taniguchi(ep 6)
Makoto Sokuza(5 episodes

eps 4, 8, 16, 20, 23

)

Naoyuki Konno(ED1)
Ryûta Kawahara(ep 9)
Sho Kitamura(ep 18)
Shuuji Miyazaki(eps 14, 21)
Takayuki Kuriyama(eps 10, 20)
Tatsuyuki Nagai(ED2; ep 25)
Tetsuro Tanaka(eps 23-24)
Toshikazu Hashimoto(ep 5)
Yoshihiro Mori(5 episodes

eps 2, 7, 12, 17, 24

)

Yoshiki Kawasaki(OP2)
Yōsuke Yamamoto(ep 11)
Yūsuke Onoda(eps 3, 6)
Yuuki Nagasawa(eps 10, 20)

Music: Maiko Iuchi

Original creator:
Kazuma Kamachi
Motoi Fuyukawa

Character Design: Yuichi Tanaka

Art Director: Kentaro Izumi

Chief Animation Director:
Haruka Sano(eps 19, 21)
Hiroshi Tomioka(eps 2-18, 20-25)
Hiroshi Yakou(eps 1, 3)
Yukie Hiyamizu(eps 22, 24-25)
Yuuko Yoshida(ED1; 6 episodes

eps 6, 9, 12, 16, 19, 22

)

Animation Director:
Akio Kitahara(eps 10, 15)
Asuka Shimizu(eps 5, 8, 11)
Ayana Togashi(eps 3, 6)
Bong Duk Kim(ep 20)
Eri Sano(4 episodes

eps 6, 9, 11, 14

)

Fu Zi Cheng(Jumondo; ep 23)
Haruka Sano(OP2; 11 episodes

eps 1, 5-7, 9-21 odd

)

Hayato Tejima(ep 22)
Hibiki Yamaguchi(4 episodes

eps 16, 21, 23, 25

)

Hiromitsu Hagiwara(ED1)
Hiroshi Tomioka(OP2)
Hiroyuki Shimizu(ep 15)
Hiroyuki Sugawara(7 episodes

eps 9-15 odd, 19, 22, 25

)

Hyeon Sook Min(eps 16, 21-22)
Ikuma Fujibe(6 episodes

eps 3, 5, 8-14 even

)

Ippeita Watanabe(ep 19)
Jong Min Jun(eps 16, 21-22)
Jun'ya Kikuchi(ep 25)
Jun-Oh Kim(ep 20)
Kazuo Takigawa(ep 3)
Kenta Hashimoto(ep 24)
Keum Young Woo(ep 20)
Kotaro Okazaki(10 episodes

eps 3-4, 6, 9, 11, 14, 16, 19, 22, 24

)

Kouji Ogawa(4 episodes

eps 7, 9, 12, 14

)

Kwan Woo Lee(ep 20)
Mineko Ueda(ED1, OP2; 9 episodes

eps 2, 5, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 23, 25

)

Nagisa Takahashi(ep 22)
Nobuhide Hayashi(ep 19)
Noriyasu Yamauchi(6 episodes

eps 2, 4, 7, 12, 17, 24

)

Saori Hosoda(eps 3, 5)
Sawako Shigematsu(7 episodes

eps 9-17 odd, 22, 25

)

Sayaka Ueno(Jumondo; ep 23)
Shigeki Kimoto(OP1; eps 1, 4, 6)
Shinya Hasegawa(ED1; eps 16-24 even)
Shinya Kouno(eps 6, 11)
Taiki Etō(9 episodes

eps 4-5, 8-14 even, 17, 20, 24

)

Takeshi Maenami(9 episodes

eps 6, 10-20 even, 23, 25

)

Teppei Okuda(OP2; 10 episodes

eps 4, 6, 9-17 odd, 20, 22, 24

)

Teruhiko Yamazaki(Jumondo; ep 23)
Tetsuya Sakamoto(ep 1)
Tomomi Itō(5 episodes

eps 12, 15, 18, 22, 25

)

Yoshiko Minamihara(ep 22)
Youichi Ohnishi(eps 16, 21)
Yousuke Kobuchi(eps 3-21 odd, 24)
Yu Murakami(ep 2)
Yūki Kitajima(5 episodes

eps 13, 16, 18, 23, 25

)

Yūki Tamori(eps 15, 23)
Yukie Hiyamizu(OP2; 6 episodes

eps 1, 4-10 even, 14

)

Yumi Nakayama(ep 10)
Yuuko Yoshida(ED1,ED2)
Zhi Peng Wu(9 episodes

eps 6, 10-20 even, 23, 25

)

Sound Director: Jin Aketagawa

Cgi Director:
Daigo Fujiaki(eps 1-2)
Tetsuro Tanaka(eps 23-24)
Yuki Murakami(eps 3-25)

Director of Photography: Shingo Fukuyo

Producer:
Kazuma Miki(Straight Edge)
Kentarō Hattori
Kozue Kananiwa
Michihisa Abe
Noritomo Isogai
Seihiro Asada
Takehiro Nakakura
Yūichirō Shiji

2nd Key Animation:
Ai Mochida(ep 24)
Ai Udachi(ep 23)
Aimi Tanaka(eps 1, 3, 10)
Akari Kawamura(OP2; 8 episodes

eps 4, 7-10, 15, 22-23

)

Akari Ranzaki(OP1)
Akari Sugatani(OP1; eps 1, 12)
Aoi Hamahira(eps 9, 11-17)
Aoi Nishimura(ep 19)
Ayana Togashi(4 episodes

eps 12, 14-15, 17

)

Ayumu Tsujimura(PRA; eps 9, 13)
Chie Tanaka(eps 6, 10)
Chiharu Fuse(Debris Sapporo; ep 15)
Chiharu Noda(ep 23)
Daichi Shichinohe(PRA; ep 11)
Daiki Takemoto(4 episodes

eps 19-20, 24-25

)

Eri Kanehara(ep 19)
Ga Seung Bu(ep 21)
Haruka Oikawa(ep 15)
Haruka Sano(5 episodes

eps 7, 9, 11, 14, 19

)

Haruka Tsubata(eps 1, 13)
Haruto Takahashi(OP2; eps 11, 15, 23)
Hayato Iizumi(ep 4)
Hazuki Nakaema(ep 23)
Hee Jung Kim(DR MOVIE; ep 20)
Hideaki Ariga(ep 21)
Hideyoshi Furuhata(eps 23-25)
Hijiri Yamaoka(ep 19)
Hiroshi Yakou(ep 10)
Ikuma Fujibe(ep 12)
Itai Yamamichi(ep 4)
Jun Onouchi(ep 23)
Jun'ya Kikuchi(ep 17)
Kai Tsukui(OP2; eps 10, 13, 15)
Kaichi Baba(eps 2, 13)
Kanae Fukumoto(eps 5, 8, 10)
Kanami Hirano(ep 1)
Kaori Kinoshita(ep 18)
Kaori Takahashi(ep 23)
Kazuki Takenaga(eps 4, 15)
Kazumasa Shimoe(eps 5, 18, 21)
Kenichirō Aoki(OP2)
Kenta Hashimoto(eps 13, 17)
Kiroku(ep 19)
Kōsei Hirayama(eps 16-17)
Kunihiro Sakurai(ep 23)
Lin Yi Yu(ep 23)
Maika Ōnuki(PRA; eps 11-14, 16-25)
Maimi Kondō(eps 18, 20, 23)
Mako Yamashita(eps 1-3, 7, 20)
Manami Yabe(11 episodes

eps 10-12, 17-22, 24-25

)

Masayuki Kojima(ep 15)
Mika Takahashi(ep 22)
Miki Ogawa(Debris Sapporo; ep 15)
Mineko Ueda(ep 7)
Misaki Sugawara(PRA; eps 9-14, 17-23)
Mizuki Uchino(ep 4)
Nanami Tanaka(ep 15)
Narumi Ookuma(eps 3, 7, 18)
Natsuki Ōyama(7 episodes

eps 1-7 odd, 13-14, 20

)

Niniri Awahasu(OP2)
Pwi Ki Pang(ep 8)
Rina Takizawa(6 episodes

eps 1-3, 5, 7, 20

)

Rira Yamazaki(ep 7)
Risa Suehiro(6 episodes

eps 1-3, 6, 8, 10

)

Ryoichi Oki(eps 5-6)
Ryūsei Kamei(ep 23)
Ryūsuke Tsukamoto(ep 3)
Saaya Niwa(eps 22-23)
Saki Nakauchi(ep 21)
Sakie Tohaya(ep 23)
Satoshi Shimada(eps 9, 24-25)
Sawako Shigematsu(OP1; eps 1, 7)
Setsuko Unno(ep 19)
Shizuka Araki(ep 23)
Shōta Tsutsumi(OP1,ED1; 19 episodes

eps 1, 3-4, 7, 9-21, 23-24

)

Shūhei Yoshikawa(PRA; ep 11)
Shun Watanabe(ep 23)
Sōma Yoshida(eps 1, 5, 7)
Souki Okada(5 episodes

eps 4-5, 8, 10, 15

)

Takayuki Sugiura(ep 15)
Takeshi Maenami(ep 2)
Takumi Osada(ep 23)
Takuya Ihara(eps 4-7, 9-16)
Tang Yuan Luo(ep 24)
Taro Katsuta(OP1; eps 14-15)
Tatsunari Yamane(ep 23)
Tatsurou Arai(Studio Gash; 12 episodes

eps 9, 11-12, 14, 17, 19-25

)

Tetsuya Sakamoto(ED1; eps 3, 9-11)
Tetsuya Yoshimoto(eps 18-19)
Tomohiro Kametani(ep 3)
Tomohiro Yamamoto(eps 4, 10, 15)
Tomoko Shimizu(ep 10)
Tsukie Kitagawa(ep 22)
Yasufumi Fujiki(eps 3, 5, 10)
Yoshihiro Nishio(ep 25)
Yousuke Kobuchi(ep 7)
Yu Murakami(OP2,ED1; 6 episodes

eps 5, 8, 12, 14-15, 23

)

Yui Kurose(ep 23)
Yūji Takagi(OP1,ED1)
Yūka Sugita(8 episodes

eps 3-5, 8, 10, 13, 18, 20

)

Yukari Manabe(ep 25)
Yuki Nomura(PRA; eps 11, 14, 19)
Yukiko Nakamura(eps 1, 6)
Yurika Sako(eps 1, 10)
Yusuke Matsui(5 episodes

eps 18-20, 24-25

)

Yusuke Shimizu(ep 21)
Yūsuke Yaegashi(eps 1, 3, 6-7)
Yūta Nakamura(eps 23, 25)
Yuta Ohara(PRA; 6 episodes

eps 9, 11-13, 24-25

)

Yuuki Hirose(ep 4)
Yuya Suzuki(ep 21)

3D:
Kazutaka Ōgo(OP1)
Tetsuro Tanaka(OP1)
Yuki Murakami(OP1,ED1-2)
Yurie Suzuki(OP1)

3D Animation: Tomonori Yoda(OP1)

3D Animation Lead: Yurie Suzuki(ep 6)

3D Layout:
Atsushi Kimura(eps 7-8)
Ayaka Kadoma(20 episodes

eps 1-15, 20-23, 25

)

Daigo Fujiaki(eps 3-4)
Jun Shiota(ep 10)
Masamichi Katō(6 episodes

eps 10, 12, 14-15, 22-23

)

Mayu Yokokawa(eps 3-5, 12)
Minami Nakagawara(6 episodes

eps 1-2, 4-6, 23

)

Takumi Takita(5 episodes

eps 5-6, 9, 12, 24

)

Tatsuhide Izumi(eps 10, 12-25)
Yuki Murakami(eps 1-7)
Yurie Suzuki(eps 5-6, 23-24)

3D Layout Lead: Kazutaka Ōgo(eps 1-25)

3D Modeling:
Ayaka Kadoma(eps 23-24)
Kenya Yamada(ep 23)
Xiang Liao(eps 23-24)
Zhi Zhu Huang(ep 23)

Action Animation Director: Kenichirō Aoki(ep 22)

Animation producer: Kaoru Suzuki

Assistant Animation Director:
Akari Sugatani(ep 9)
Ayana Togashi(8 episodes

eps 2, 4, 9, 14, 18, 21-22, 25

)

Haruka Sano(ep 20)
Hibiki Yamaguchi(ep 20)
Hikaru Kodama(ep 2)
Hiroshi Yakou(eps 2, 5, 9-10)
Kenta Hashimoto(eps 18, 21-23)
Masaaki Yamamoto(ep 5)
Mineko Ueda(eps 15, 18)
Mitsuaki Hori(ep 8)
Satoshi Shimada(5 episodes

eps 9, 14, 21-22, 25

)

Shigeki Kimoto(ep 5)
Taiki Etō(eps 11, 21-23)
Takeshi Maenami(8 episodes

eps 2-4, 7, 11, 15, 21-22

)

Teppei Okuda(4 episodes

eps 7, 15, 21, 25

)

Yasuhiko Uetake(ep 8)
Yūki Kitajima(ep 22)
Yukie Hiyamizu(8 episodes

eps 2-3, 5, 7, 9, 13, 15, 21

)

Assistant Director: Kazuki Horiguchi

Background Art:
Akira Suzuki(eps 1-25)
Bei Nan Tong(eps 1-25)
Kaori Hasegawa(4 episodes

eps 1, 11, 22-23

)

Kenta Akiyama(ep 1)
Kentaro Izumi(OP2,ED2)
Kotomi Fukuda(eps 1-13)
Maki Takano(eps 1-25)
Mayu Hirata(eps 1-8, 11)
Miwa Yokoyama(eps 22-23)
Mizuki Suwa(eps 22-23)
Ryōko Itaya(eps 1-25)
Ryōko Nakano(eps 1-25)
Sakura Murakami(eps 1-25)
Shōtarō Narita(eps 1-10, 22-23)
Tatsuya Nakano(eps 10-11)
Tomonori Kuroda(OP2; eps 1-25)
Ya Han Wang(10 episodes

eps 2-8, 11-12, 19

)

Yūki Kobayashi(eps 2-9, 11-12)
Yūta Akiyama(eps 8, 14-20)

CGI Lead:
Kenya Yamada(ep 24)
Yurie Suzuki(ep 24)
Zhi Zhu Huang(ep 24)

Color Coordination:
Asuka Hino(ep 3)
Ayaka Ichihara(9 episodes

eps 2, 8, 10, 13, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25

)

Chiori Ikushima(eps 5, 8)
Keishi Okada(4 episodes

eps 7, 9, 11, 24

)

Kyousuke Ishikawa(ep 3)
Mai Nakamura(6 episodes

eps 4, 12, 14, 17, 19, 24

)

Mika Funahashi(eps 2, 22)
Mirai Sato(6 episodes

eps 6, 11, 14, 16, 19, 21

)

Moe Sudo(10 episodes

eps 1, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 17, 20, 22, 25

)

Tomomi Andō(7 episodes

eps 1, 10, 13, 15, 18, 20, 23

)

Yukiko Itou(eps 5, 7)

Color design: Tomomi Andō

Design Cooperation: Masahiro Fujii(ep 14)

Digital In-between Animation:
Akari Kawamura(eps 1-4)
Arisa Konishi(9 episodes

eps 12-17, 19, 22-23

)

Kaori Takahashi(10 episodes

eps 1-2, 4, 6-7, 12-13, 16-17, 19

)

Miyu Shido(5 episodes

eps 13-19 odd, 23

)

Shōta Minami(9 episodes

eps 12-13, 16-17, 19, 22-25

)

Tsukie Kitagawa(7 episodes

eps 1, 3-6, 12, 17

)

Yoshifumi Maeda(5 episodes

eps 13, 15, 19, 24-25

)

Digital In-Between Check:
Kouji Ukawa(eps 1-25)
Naoki Ishihara(eps 1-25)

Editing: Shigeru Nishiyama

Effect Animation Director:
Daisuke Shibukawa(ep 6)
Hiroshi Yakou(eps 4, 6, 11)
Kenichi Takase(ep 5)

Finish Animation:
Ayaka Ichihara(11 episodes

eps 4-7, 11-12, 15, 17, 19, 22-23

)

Ayako Hagiwara(eps 1-25)
Chiori Ikushima(eps 1-2, 6)
Keishi Okada(9 episodes

eps 1-4, 6, 15-16, 18, 23

)

Kyousuke Ishikawa(eps 1-2, 5, 22)
Mai Nakamura(eps 1-3, 5-6)
Mika Funahashi(eps 19-20)
Mirai Sato(4 episodes

eps 1, 3, 12, 22

)

Moe Sudo(11 episodes

eps 2-3, 5, 8, 10-11, 13-14, 19, 21, 23

)

Momoka Fukai(eps 1-25)
Shiho Mizoe(eps 21-23, 25)
Tomomi Andō(7 episodes

eps 7-9, 17, 19, 22, 25

)

Yayoi Furukawa(eps 1-12)
Yukiko Itou(eps 3-4, 19)

Finish Animation Cooperation:
Aki Urata(Sunrise Beyond Fukuoka Studio; ep 2)
Eri Kitahara(Sunrise Beyond Fukuoka Studio; ep 2)

Finish Check:
Moe Sudo(ep 1)
Tomomi Andō(ep 1)

In-Between Animation:
Amika Suzuki(6 episodes

eps 12-13, 15-17, 19

)

Aoi Sugō(15 episodes

eps 1-2, 4-8, 10-12, 14, 16-19

)

Ayaka Tanaka(10 episodes

eps 12-14, 16, 19, 21-25

)

Chul Sung Lee(ep 20)
Kaito Kōno(eps 12-17, 19-25)
Kazuki Yoshida(ep 4)
Kenta Fukushima(eps 1-2)
Kentarō Mori(6 episodes

eps 16-17, 19-21, 25

)

Kōki Sonoda(9 episodes

eps 12-14, 16-17, 19, 21-22, 25

)

Maimi Kondō(11 episodes

eps 1-6, 8, 10-13

)

Mayu Ōkuma(10 episodes

eps 12-13, 16-17, 20-25

)

Mei Zi Wu(8 episodes

eps 14-17, 20-22, 25

)

Reina Matsubara(4 episodes

eps 12-13, 16-17

)

Reo Nakamura(6 episodes

eps 16-17, 20, 23-25

)

Rumi Sato(ep 1)
Ryōma Inoue(8 episodes

eps 15-19, 23-25

)

Saaya Niwa(17 episodes

eps 1-12, 14-16, 18-19

)

Shizuka Araki(18 episodes

eps 1-6, 8-9, 11-13, 15-19, 21-22

)

Shūto Fujita(10 episodes

eps 13, 15-16, 19-25

)

Sora Ishizuka(ep 4)
Su Jung Han(ep 20)
Tenya Sato(ep 4)
Yuma Ichioka(6 episodes

eps 12-13, 16-17, 19, 21

)

Yumeka Takahashi(ep 1)
Yurina Oizumi(ep 1)
Yūsuke Murata(ep 4)
Yūta Nakamura(16 episodes

eps 2-9, 11-15, 18, 21-22

)

In-Between Check:
Eri Uchiyama(18 episodes

eps 1-2, 4-5, 7-8, 10-14, 16-17, 19-20, 22-23, 25

)

Kyung Ok Gu(ep 20)
Namiko Iwasa(17 episodes

eps 1-2, 4-5, 7-8, 10-11, 13-14, 16-17, 19-20, 22-23, 25

)

Nobuko Ogino(16 episodes

eps 2-3, 5-6, 8-9, 11-12, 14-15, 17-18, 20-21, 23-24

)

Ryo Naitou(16 episodes

eps 1, 3-4, 6-7, 9-10, 13, 15-16, 18-19, 21-22, 24-25

)

Sayako Matsuzaki(17 episodes

eps 1, 3-4, 6-7, 9-10, 12-13, 15-16, 18-19, 21-22, 24-25

)

Takako Kōno(16 episodes

eps 2-3, 5-6, 8-9, 11-12, 14-15, 17-18, 20-21, 23-24

)

Insert Song Performance: sajou no hana(ep 15)

Key Animation:
Akari Ranzaki(eps 12, 19, 24)
Akie Morimoto(eps 2, 12)
Akihiro Sueda(ep 16)
Akiko Higaki(Production Good Book; eps 4-5)
Akio Kitahara(eps 10, 15)
Akira Teramoto(5 episodes

eps 6, 11, 17, 20, 24

)

Aoi Hamahira(4 episodes

eps 13-14, 19, 25

)

Arisa Yoshii(ENGI; ep 22)
Asaka Yokoyama(ep 14)
Asaoka(OP2; ep 1)
Asuka Shimizu(eps 19, 21, 25)
Ayana Togashi(ED2; 6 episodes

eps 3, 9, 14, 16, 19, 25

)

Ayumi Maki(eps 2, 4)
Chao Jun Zhang(Dogwood LLC; ep 8)
Chie Morishita(ep 1)
Chiharu Mukai(ep 19)
Chihiro Saitō(Debris Sapporo; ep 15)
Chikara Hashizume(eps 22-25)
chikdrEEEEn(Studio Massket; ep 20)
Chinami Shibata(eps 15, 18)
Da Kuang(Studio Massket; eps 11, 20)
Da Hee Kim(eps 16, 21)
Daichi Nakajima(ep 19)
Daisuke Agata(ep 19)
Emi Sakamoto(eps 15, 25)
Emiko Kataoka(eps 16, 21)
Eri Sano(5 episodes

eps 2, 6, 9, 21, 25

)

Fei Peng Li(Studio Massket; ep 6)
Fumika Kimura(ep 17)
Futafusa(ep 4)
Gao Cheng Lin(ENGI; ep 22)
Gi Nam Kim(eps 21-22)
Gui Yeon Heo(ep 16)
Hanako Kikuchi(Debris Sapporo; ep 15)
Haruka Sano(ep 1)
Harumi Kakuda(ep 10)
Haruto Takahashi(OP1; 11 episodes

eps 1, 3-6, 11, 14, 16, 20, 23, 25

)

Hayate Satō(OP2; ep 14)
Hayato Kurosaki(OP1; eps 19, 25)
Hibiki Yamaguchi(eps 12, 14, 16)
Hidechika Midorikawa(eps 9, 23)
Hideki Tachibana(OP1)
Hikari Aonuma(ENGI; ep 22)
Hinata Kawae(ep 4)
Hiroki Yomogida(ep 13)
Hironori Tanaka(OP)
Hiroto Nakagawa(eps 2, 4)
Hiroyasu Oda(OP1)
Hiroyuki Shimizu(eps 8, 15)
Hiroyuki Sugawara(eps 2, 7, 9, 25)
Hisatake Hayashi(ep 18)
Ichiro Hattori(eps 2, 4, 9)
In Chul Hwang(ep 16)
Itai Yamamichi(4 episodes

eps 3, 7, 12, 15

)

Izumi Yamanaka(ep 10)
Jae Hye Heo(eps 16, 21-22)
Jae Ik Park(DR MOVIE; ep 20)
Jin-Kwang Kim(DR MOVIE; ep 20)
Jong Heon Kim(eps 16, 21)
Jong Min Jun(ep 21)
Ju San Zhao(Studio Massket; ep 6)
Jun'ya Kikuchi(ep 24)
Jung Nam Kim(ep 8)
Junichi Saito(ep 25)
Junichi Yokose(ep 8)
Junko Matsushita(ep 9)
Junya Sato(ep 1)
Kai Tsukui(7 episodes

eps 6, 9, 12, 14, 16, 21, 24

)

Kana Miyai(ep 1)
Kanae Hatakeyama(ep 8)
Kanako Baba(ep 18)
Kanako Inoue(ep 15)
Kanako Ōyabu(eps 6, 11)
Kaori Dou(ep 13)
Katsuji Matsumoto(ep 8)
Kazuki Hasunuma(ep 3)
Kazumasa Takeuchi(eps 7, 11, 16)
Kazuo Takigawa(ep 24)
Kei Sato(ep 21)
Ken Ishizuka(ep 8)
Ken Mutou(eps 4, 8)
Kenichi Takase(OP)
Kenichirō Aoki(OP1, ED2; 11 episodes

eps 2-3, 8, 10, 17-18, 21-25

)

Kenji Kanie(ep 15)
Kenta Hashimoto(10 episodes

eps 3-11 odd, 12, 14, 19, 24-25

)

Koichi Morishima(ep 1)
Kōichi Takai(eps 8, 10)
Kōji Higashida(ep 8)
Kōsei Hirayama(4 episodes

eps 11, 13, 19, 25

)

Koutarou Tsuchida(6 episodes

eps 3, 6, 9, 12, 17, 21

)

Kumiko Kasuga(eps 15, 18)
Mai Saeki(Be Loop; 4 episodes

eps 4, 9, 17, 25

)

Manabu Kushibuchi(Be Loop; 5 episodes

eps 4-5, 9, 17, 19

)

Manami Ito(eps 12, 16)
Masaaki Kitahara(ep 5)
Masaharu Morinaka(eps 16, 19)
Masahiro Fujii(ep 12)
Masahiro Okamura(ep 5)
Masaki Hayano(5 episodes

eps 7, 11, 17, 19, 24

)

Masato Nishikawa(ep 8)
Masaya Isshiki(ED1-2)
Masayuki Kojima(8 episodes

eps 3, 6, 9, 12, 14, 16, 21, 24

)

Mayumi Funakoshi(eps 6, 14)
Megumi Nagayama(eps 5, 15)
Mi Ja Choi(Hebaraki; eps 14, 21)
Michio Satō(ep 16)
Miho Matsuura(ep 8)
Miho Omigawa(Studio Giants; ep 6)
Miki Nishimura(eps 2, 7, 9)
Miki Yoshimoto(4 episodes

eps 12, 17, 23, 25

)

Mitsuaki Hori(ep 8)
Mizuki Takahashi(OP1; ep 25)
Moe Takayose(ep 3)
Motoki Kurihara(ep 17)
Myung A Cho(ep 22)
Nachi Takahashi(ep 19)
Nami Fujitani(Production Good Book; 7 episodes

eps 4-5, 9, 11, 14, 19, 21

)

Naoyuki Konno(ED1)
Natsuho Iwaida(OP2; ep 1)
Natsumi Satō(ep 19)
Natsuyo Suzuki(eps 2, 4)
Nobuhiro Kashiwaki(ep 16)
Pwi Ki Pang(eps 5, 8, 10)
Rika Kanetaka(ep 10)
Ryo Suzuki(eps 8, 15, 18)
Ryoko Kawamura(eps 3, 12)
Ryōta Kuratani(eps 7, 9)
Ryōtarō Akao(4 episodes

eps 5, 10, 15, 23

)

Ryōun Tsuchiya(ep 13)
Ryū Kanazawa(Hebaraki; 4 episodes

eps 14, 19, 21, 25

)

Ryūki Hashimoto(ENGI; ep 22)
Ryuta Imaizumi(ep 19)
Sachi Tobagai(ep 13)
Sachiko Iwata(ep 21)
Sachiko Muroyama(OP1)
Saori Hosoda(ep 3)
Sara Iyama(Be Loop; ep 9)
Satomi Kitahara(7 episodes

eps 3, 6, 9, 12, 17, 19, 25

)

Satoshi Sakai(OP1)
Satoshi Shimada(ep 14)
Shigeki Kimoto(ED2)
Shigeru Uchihara(eps 5, 10)
Shingo Nakamura(ep 8)
Shinichi Iimura(ep 15)
Shinsuke Kasahara(5 episodes

eps 8, 10, 15, 18, 23

)

Shinya Hasegawa(ED1; eps 1-2)
Shinya Kameyama(ep 23)
Shinya Kouno(eps 6, 11, 20)
Shō Hirano(ep 19)
Shogo Morishita(ep 10)
Shōhei Sakai(4 episodes

eps 6, 11, 14, 20

)

Shū Sugita(OP2)
Shun Nakajima(Be Loop; eps 4-5, 17)
Souki Okada(ep 10)
Su Hyun Kim(eps 16, 21)
Suguru Iijima(eps 15, 18)
Sumire Sakamoto(ep 19)
Taiki Etō(OP1; ep 2)
Takayuki Sugiura(5 episodes

eps 3, 5, 12, 16, 25

)

Takeshi Maenami(eps 2, 4, 6, 9)
Takeshi Morita(OP1)
Takumi Takatsuma(ep 8)
Takuya Nishimichi(eps 2, 7)
Taro Katsuta(ep 13)
Tatsuya Ikeda(Rising Force; ep 5)
Tatsuya Yada(ep 19)
Tatsuyuki Nagai(ep 25)
Teng Fu(4 episodes

eps 11, 14, 21, 24

)

Teppei Okuda(OP1; eps 1, 4, 6, 9)
Tetsuya Sunaga(eps 3, 17)
TMD(ep 24)
Tōga Kawajiri(ep 3)
TOMATO(OP)
Tomoaki Satō(Rising Force; ep 5)
Tomohiro Yamamoto(eps 5, 10)
Tomohito Matsuhiro(4 episodes

eps 6, 14, 17, 24

)

Tomoko Shimizu(eps 5, 10)
Tomomi Itō(eps 5, 12)
Toshiya Washida(Debris Sapporo; eps 15, 23)
Toshiyasu Ishibashi(ep 22)
Tsubasa Morimoto(ENGI; ep 22)
Wakana Nagumo(ep 19)
Wei Han(Studio Massket; ep 6)
werkbau(Studio Massket; eps 11, 13, 20)
Xiao He(ENGI; ep 22)
Xin Rong Wu(eps 9, 14)
Yaxiao Liu(Studio Massket; ep 13)
Yoko Iizuka(ep 16)
Yoshiaki Tomita(ep 19)
Yoshiharu Fukushima(eps 15, 18)
Yoshihiro Nishio(ep 25)
Yoshiko Nakamura(ep 15)
Yoshiko Takemoto(ep 1)
Yoshinori Masui(ENGI; ep 22)
Yoshitaka Nagata(eps 1, 14, 24)
Yoshitaka Sato(eps 5, 15)
Yōsuke Fujino(ep 19)
Yousuke Kobuchi(ep 1)
Yu Murakami(OP1; 5 episodes

eps 1-2, 4, 18, 25

)

Yuji Nakao(ep 21)
Yuka Koichi(OP1-2)
Yūka Sugita(eps 10, 18)
Yuki Kikuchi(eps 18, 23, 25)
Yūki Kitajima(eps 12-13)
Yuki Masuda(eps 5, 13, 22)
Yuki Suzuki(eps 23-24)
Yūki Tamori(Debris Sapporo; eps 15, 23)
Yukie Hiyamizu(OP2,ED1; ep 1)
Yukie Nagatsuka(7 episodes

eps 1-2, 7, 14, 17, 19, 24

)

Yuma Nomura(ep 13)
Yumi Nakayama(ep 10)
Yumi Takanashi(ep 19)
Yūna Kisaragi(ep 22)
Yunosuke Iki(ep 11)
Yuri Naminoue(ep 17)
Yusuke Adachi(ep 5)
Yusuke Kurinishi(4 episodes

eps 1, 3, 14, 24

)

Yutaka Araki(OP2)
Yutaka Takanodai(ED2)
Yuuki Hirose(ep 13)
Yuya Kishi(ep 16)
Yuya Uetake(eps 7, 16)

Layout Supervision: Katsushi Sakurabi

Mechanical Design Cooperation: Hiroyasu Oda(ep 6)

Modeling:
Jun Shiota(ep 4)
Risa Takenaka(ep 3)
Takumi Takita(eps 1-3)
Yurie Suzuki(eps 5-6)

Modeling Lead: Xiang Liao(eps 1-2)

Photography:
Akihiro Takahashi(eps 1-10, 12-24)
Asaya Takizawa(eps 1-12, 25)
Haruka Mutō(20 episodes

eps 1-3, 5-7, 9-12, 14-22, 24

)

Kaori Omatsu(eps 1-25)
Keigo Okamoto(8 episodes

eps 1-4, 6-12 even

)

Shingo Fukuyo(OP1-2,ED1-2; eps 1, 3-25)
Tomonori Yoda(eps 1-25)
Tomotaka Mogi(eps 1-25)
Yoshio Ookouchi(ep 1)
Yūsuke Noguchi(eps 2-7, 10, 25)
Yutaka Kurosawa(ep 25)

Planning:
Akihiro Kawamura
Asuka Yamazaki
Hiroyuki Tajima
Kôichi Nishikado
Masayuki Aoyagi
Shingo Kunieda
Tomoyuki Miyata

Production Advancement:
Hiroshi Shimura(eps 2, 7)
Kazuki Yana(ep 17)
Kōji Fujiwara(eps 13, 22)
Masato Ishizuka(ep 13)
Natsumi Nakamura(4 episodes

eps 3, 12, 16, 21

)

Ok Kyung Min(ep 20)
Satoshi Abe(6 episodes

eps 1, 6, 11, 14, 20, 24

)

Sumihiro Furukawa(ep 8)
Toshiaki Okumura(eps 15, 18, 23)
Yui Tanji(5 episodes

eps 4, 9, 14, 19, 25

)

Yūki Aizawa(ep 8)
Yūta Shimizu(4 episodes

eps 5, 10, 15, 23

)

Production manager:
Akira Hirono
Kohei Kawase
Yuji Matsukura

Prop Design Assistance:
Ayana Togashi(ep 17)
Kenji Teraoka(eps 9-10, 17)
Kenta Hashimoto(eps 17, 20)

Publicity Producer: Katsuya Ōta

Scientific Railgun Animation:
Daisuke Shibukawa(OP1-2; eps 1, 9, 23-24)
Satoshi Sakai(ep 24)

Sub-Character Design:
Hiromitsu Hagiwara
Yuuko Yoshida

Sub-Character Design Cooperation:
Ayano Suzuki(ep 1)
Shigeki Kimoto(ep 1)
Yukie Hiyamizu(ep 4)
Yukie Nagatsuka(eps 18-25)

Theme Song Performance:
fripSide(OP)
Kishida Kyōdan & The Akeboshi Rockets(ED)
sajou no hana(ED2)

Sours: https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=21484
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