On the official site for light novels written by Kazuma Kamachi and illustrated by Kiyotaka Haimura, Toaru Majutsu No Index (A Certain Magical Index), was revealed the cover of the fourth volume of the novels Souyaku Toaru Majutsu No Index (A Certain Magical Index: Genesis Testament), the second sequel to the main franchise. This volume will be released on May 8 in Japan. The rampo also revealed that this literary franchise is still maintained at 31 million copies of accumulated circulation.
For its part, Kamachi and Haimura began the publication of light novels through the Kadokawa publisher between April 2004 and October 2010, with twenty-two volumes. In addition to multiple adaptations to sleeve and sequel light novels Shinyaku Toaru Majutsu NO Index (A Certain Magical Index: New Testament) and Souyaku Toaru Majutsu No Index (A Certain Magical Index: Genesis Testament), the latest still in publication, the work as well He has inspired an adaptation to the anime of three seasons.
Synopsis of Toaru Majutsu No Index
Even though 80% of its 2.3 million inhabitants are students, Ciudad Academy is much more advanced than any other nation in the world. Its residents awaken something similar to a supernatural ability within them, which is then classified from level 0 to 5. On the line is Touma Kamijou, an impotent level 0 Exper. While it's skills are recognized as useless, he has a mysterious phenomenon known as "Imagine Breaker", which allows his right hand to cancel any supernatural power by coming into contact with them. In spite of that, he claims to have bad luck due to the misfortunes that happen frequently. A day, a girl who calls himself index librorum prohibitum lyses mysteriously on the Touma balcony and explains that she is being persecuted by magicians. This leads to the impotent guy to discover a completely new world, one where magic exists. With Touma facing the problems that arise as much on the scientific side and the magic of the world, how will he meet?
Source: official site
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