- Publisher: Connections Book Publishing Ltd
- Format: Paperback | 192 pages
- Dimensions: 127mm x 178mm x 20mm | 181g
- Publication date: 25 May 2012
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 193593418X
- ISBN 13: 9781935934189
- Edition statement: Reprint
- Illustrations note: chiefly col. Illustrations
- Sales rank: 26,452
Welcome to a world where mysticism and science collide, and supernatural powers are derived from either science or religion. At the heart of this world is Academy City, an advanced metropolis whose population is comprised mostly of students. The majority of students are enrolled in the city's "Power Curriculum Program," where they must learn to master their latent psychic powers. Out of several million students, only seven are deemed powerful enough to have Level 5 status. Meet Mikoto Misaka, the third most powerful Level 5 esper in Academy City. Together with her best friend Kuroko Shirai and the other members of Judgment, a student-run law enforcement agency, Mikoto delves deep into the dark heart of the scientific sprawl she calls home, and uncovers secrets she wishes she hadn't! "A Certain Scientific Railgun" is a must-have manga series for fans of stories that blend science and magic like "Psychic Academy" and "Full Metal Alchemist".
Other people who viewed this bought:
USD$9.65 - Save $4.21 30% off - RRP $13.86
USD$11.07 - Save $2.79 20% off - RRP $13.86
USD$9.63 - Save $4.23 30% off - RRP $13.86
USD$9.99 - Save $3.87 27% off - RRP $13.86
USD$12.98 - Save $0.88 (6%) - RRP $13.86
USD$10.36 - Save $6.58 38% off - RRP $16.94
Other books in this category
USD$8.05 - Save $4.27 34% off - RRP $12.32
USD$9.88 - Save $2.44 19% off - RRP $12.32
Kazuma Kamachi is a Japanese writer of light novels and manga. He is best known for "A Certain Magical Index "and "A Certain Scientific Railgun." Motoi Fuyukawa is a Japanese manga artist and illustrator best known for "A Certain Scientific Railgun."
"Part girl. Part railgun. All awesome." --JAPANATOR.COM "Extracting the two most charismatic characters and giving them their own manga series was a stroke of genius." "--WAKARANAI ANIMU BLOG "