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Mikoto’s clones use their telepathic network to enlist Misaka 10032 to aid them in stopping Musujime from rebuilding the Tree Diagram in an effort to find out why humans are the only beings with esper powers.
The episode was rated 8.05 from 40 votes.
Laura is confronted with a confidential memo during her bath time, Toma buys Mikasa 10032 a piece of jewelry, and many old enemies come together in the search for Last Order.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 38 votes.
When Accelerator deduces who is pulling all the strings in Academy City, no person—or building—is safe from his rage. Meanwhile, Toma goes on a mad dash through the city looking for Last Order, but what he finds is an angel.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 35 votes.
Accelerator manages to escape from Kihara, taking Index with him. Elsewhere, Toma and Last Order are on the run from Hound Dog—but the real threat to their lives may come from Vento.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 33 votes.
As Toma and his group try to track down Oriana, they discover that a “Shorthand”—a specialized spell that operates on its own once being cast—is shorting out their magic. But before they can deactivate it, an incident happens at the middle school.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 37 votes.
GROUP continues to order Accelerator around by giving him an assignment to kill Misuzu—which leads to Accelerator protecting the woman just to spite the organization when Skill Out attacks.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 34 votes.
It’s the Daihasei Festival, and everyone’s parents are in town! As Toma and Mikoto compete against each other in various events, a Roman Orthodox magician and her assistant negotiate to purchase a powerful relic from the English Puritan Church.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 41 votes.
With the Shorthand cancelled, Stiyl uses his magic to locate Oriana, causing a fight to erupt. In London, Laura learns that Oriana’s deal might not be for the Stab Sword, but for something else entirely.
The episode was rated 7.89 from 36 votes.
During a trip the bathhouse, Komoe offers insight on the awakening of esper powers to Index and Himegami. Later, Mikoto is skeptical when Kamijo volunteers to take on Accelerator in battle.
The episode was rated 7.86 from 58 votes.
Accelerator attempts to make amends for his past by doing a few good deeds, but ends up attacked by a group led by someone from his past. Meanwhile, Toma discovers strange goings-ons in the police force and overhears talk of an intruder in Academy City.
The episode was rated 7.85 from 34 votes.
Kamijo fights Accelerator to gain a better life for Mikoto and her clones. When the battle ends, Misaka 10032 visits Kamijo in the hospital to discuss the steps that must be taken for the clones to adapt to life in Academy City.
The episode was rated 7.81 from 58 votes.
With Orsola taken hostage, Toma and his gang take the battle to the church. There, Index unleashes a mighty spell. Things look bleak for the Roman Orthodox, but their willingness to sacrifice themselves might just give them the upper hand.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 37 votes.
When Kamijo springs into action to prevent Kanzaki and Stiyl from erasing Index’s memory, he learns there’s a chance that the Church was lying about the threat to Index’s life all along!
The episode was rated 7.78 from 67 votes.
Mikoto convinces Toma to sign up for a couples cell phone contract with her so she can get an adorable promotional item—but how far are the two willing to take the ruse before they get, well, maybe a little too close.
The episode was rated 7.77 from 39 votes.
Kamijo meets Index, who is on the run from a magic society that wants the library of forbidden knowledge stored in her memory. Later, Kamijo is shocked to find Index at his house – bleeding and accompanied by a strange man.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 92 votes.
Last updated: jun 08, 2022
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