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Toaru Majutsu no Index II

Toaru Majutsu no Index II

Alternative Titles

English: A Certain Magical Index II
Synonyms: Toaru Majutsu no Index 2, Toaru Majutsu no Kinsho Mokuroku 2
Japanese: とある魔術の禁書目録II


Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 8, 2010 to Apr 1, 2011
Duration: 23 min. per episode
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
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Ranked: #6462
Popularity: #193
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Index is still a fugitive and many powerful Magical organizations and individuals want to take her to use the books in her memory eliminating her in the process. War between those organizations is also starting to emerge. Index can only rely on her friend Touma who has always protected her along with Misaka and other friends from the Academy.

(Source: ANN)

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Related Anime

Adaptation: Toaru Majutsu no Index, Toaru Majutsu no Index SS
Prequel: Toaru Majutsu no Index
Spin-off: Toaru Majutsu no Index II Specials
Side story: Toaru Majutsu no Index: Endymion no Kiseki

Characters & Voice Actors

Okamoto, Nobuhiko
Okamoto, Nobuhiko
Kamijou, Touma
Kamijou, Touma
Abe, Atsushi
Abe, Atsushi
Librorum Prohibitorum, Index
Librorum Prohibitorum, Index
Iguchi, Yuka
Iguchi, Yuka
Misaka, Mikoto
Misaka, Mikoto
Satou, Rina
Satou, Rina


Kawase, Kouhei
Nishikiori, Hiroshi
Ebina, Yasunori
Sound Director
Sokuza, Makoto
Episode Director

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May 26, 2015
~ In a place where Science and Magic are at equilibrium ~
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In many ways the "Index" story/perspective bit off more than it could chew, and so while To Aru Majutsu No Index II is an IMPROVEMENT to the initial season in many ways, and regardless: a thrilling journey overall... IT'S LIMITING AND COULD HAVE BEEN SO MUCH MORE...

As a continuation of the Toaru "Index" story, Toaru Majutsu no Index II is the sequel to begin work on bringing the comparatively chaotic and rushed first season (particularly past episode 10, as you can read up in my Toaru Majutsu no Index review) read more
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Jan 29, 2011
Before I begin my review, let me share with you a little story

I once went to the "Women Are Neglecting Kitchens Society" ( Yes, I do know that abbreviates to W.A.N.K.S) Don't worry, all they do is tell "Women and Kitchen" jokes to each other. Anyways, the committee was proposing "Kamijou Touma" as their society's mascot. Bear in mind I did not watch any episodes of "Toaru Majutsu no Index" at all so I had to ask, "Who the heck is Touma??"
My membership got instantly revoked.

So after watching the first season, I still did not understand why is Touma is treated like a hero for read more
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Sep 29, 2014
To be honest, after the first season, I had pretty low expectations for this second installment of Magical Index, but since I'm not one to judge something by it's cover, I went and watched it all. My short opinion: Pleasant surprise. Way better than the first season in every way, but has many problems still.

The first season of A Certain Magical Index was, frankly, a confusing mess. (See my review on the first season's page.) Despite the unique and extremely intriguing setting, the story was jumping around like a wild firehose at full pressure, aimless and even major plot points went woefully unexplained while read more
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Jun 30, 2013
"I'll break this illusion, with my right fist!"

A Certain Magical Index should really be renamed, and I have the perfect title: A Certain Frustrating Show. I don't think I've ever actually been so frustrated with a show quite like this before, not because it's bad, but because it's good, and very enjoyable - but for some bizarre reason, the show never uses its latent potential to become something truly outstanding.

Let me get one thing out of the way first: Index II is a significant step-up from the first series, the first episode was actually better than nearly every single moment of the original series (minus read more
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Both involved in religious organizations with a supernatural twist. Action scenes are quite similar, as well.

Ao no Exorcist focuses on demons and exorcists (obviously; just as the title suggests), while To Aru Majutsu no Index deals with espers and magicians, as well as saints and priests with powers. 
reportRecommended by ink-and-paper
The strongest resemblance between the two reside in the fashion in which the protagonist build his harem, literally through throwing their lives away to save girls who they just met. Both MCs, though without strong ability power, have a strong sense of justice that can not be swayed no matter what. Of course, the main girl in each arc inevitably end up falling in love with our hero.

Furthermore, these anime both revolve around supernatural occurrences. While Toaru is based on more of a magic vs. science world, Bakemonogatari is a reinvention of Japanese myths.  
reportRecommended by bunny1ov3r
The setting takes place inside a futuristic city where magic and science powers coexist. The male leads have a large female harem, probably because of the male leads' habit of always helping damsels in distress, with no regard to their own lives. Both male leads' signature finishing move is to punch their opponents in an exaggerated manner. 
reportRecommended by bunny1ov3r
Leader of Amakusa (In the first arc) is exactly like Mugen. 
reportRecommended by SamuraiBlue19
Both series have similair elements and they are both 2th seasons. 
reportRecommended by Lennevalkyrie
Both anime show us story about big city life. There are few organisations fighting with each other and on the other side we can see daily routine of quite untypical teenagers. Both series have a large number of heroes. Each of them has its own personality, individual traits, habits and vices.Their fate is often intertwined with each other, complicating the whole story-line. Consummate sociologist will definetly find himself in both stories. However, the plot in Durarara!! is conducted in more mature way. 
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Opening Theme

#1: "No buts!" by Mami Kawada (eps 1-16)
#2: "See visionS " by Mami Kawada (eps 17-23)

Ending Theme

#1: "Magic∞world" by Maon Kurosaki (eps 1-13)
#2: "Memories Last (メモリーズ・ラスト)" by Maon Kurosaki (eps 14-24)

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