Through the digital service New comic guy from the publisher Kadokawa, Yasuhito nogi Manga publication began Toaru Majutsu no Index Gaiden: Toaru Kagaku no Mental Out (A certain magical index side story: A certain scientific mental out), a spin-off of the multimedia franchise from No index to aru majutsu. This new manga focuses on Misaki shokuhou, one of the main characters of the spin-off Toaru Kagaku no Railgun and bearer of the ability “Mental out“.

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For his part, Kazuma Kamachi Yes Kiyotaka-Haimura began to publish the light novels through the publisher Kadokawa between April 2004 and October 2010 with 22 volumes. In addition, several adaptations of mangas and sequels of light novels Shinyaku Toaru Majutsu no index (A certain magic index: New Testament) Yes Souyaku Toaru Majutsu no index (A certain magical index: Genesis Testament), the latest still to be released, the piece also inspired a three-season anime adaptation.

Toaru Majutsu no index synopsis

Despite the fact that 80% of the 2.3 million population are students, Academy City is far more advanced than any other nation in the world. Its inhabitants awaken something like a supernatural ability in them, which is then classified from level 0 to 5. On the way there is Touma Kamijou, a helpless level 0 esper. Although his abilities are recognized as useless, he possesses a mysterious phenomenon known as the “Imagine Breaker” that enables his right hand to neutralize any supernatural force when it comes in contact with them. Even so, he claims to be unlucky because of the misfortunes that often happen to him.

One day, a girl named Index Librorum Prohibitorum mysteriously lands on Touma’s balcony and declares that she is being followed by wizards. This leads the helpless boy to discover a whole new world where magic exists. When Touma is faced with the problems arising from both the scientific and the magical side of the world, how is he going to solve them?

Source: Comic Natalie

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