> 2 season didnt even covered half of the released volumes and it's still being published.
Not really. S1 and S2 covered 14 volumes out of 24. We don't count New Testament cause it's a sequel with mostly new cast. So we have 7 vol. per season and 10 volumes left. Just enough for S3 and movie. If they'll decide to adapt NS it would be S4 or smth like that
Ferekk said: Sounds great, I hope it continues the story, since season 2 ended quite open.
2 season didnt even covered half of the released volumes and it's still being published.
Actually it did. The anime ended at SS volume 1, which is the 14th volume released. Index ended at vol 22 but there's still SS vol 2 between vol 16 and 17 so that makes it 24 volumes. If you count NT, the sequel, it's 26 volumes out so it's still more than half.
Yeah, but i wonder why movie now, instead of the third season + movie with ending of the first light novel series. No idea how much it will cover if it's not a recap, putting vol 14 and 15 together into a movie doesn't seem like a good idea. Probably 14+16 or 15 alone.
My bad, i just said that it's not even half without really counting;p
Anyway, i hope it will be better than the second season was..
This is great news i wonder what the movie will cover some orginal story might be nice since tbh to finish off the first To aru majutsu no index series it probably needs another 2 seasons.
If not an orginal story it would probably cover Touma going to France and Terra of the Left. They already animated his character design, they use it as his pic on wikia. I always wondered why they animated him since he did not turn up in S2.
A movie just for Terra simply isn't worth it and I doubt they'll adapt volume 15 where both Touma and Misaka are absent. Putting together Terra and Aqua's arcs could work pretty well, but I somehow doubt they'll do that. For now, I'm guessing it's a recap movie or an original story (hopefully by Kamachi).
I'll watch it, but I can't get myself hyped up over a movie. They take forever to come out and get to the west.