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Product NameA Certain Magical Index II Season Two
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Run Time600 minutes
CastAustin Tindle, Micah Solusod, Monica Rial
Run Time600 minutes
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FormatAnimated, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
Run Time600 minutes
Long DescriptionA Certain Magical Index Season 2 contains episodes 1-24. When science and sorcery clash, the result is explosive in this sequel to A Certain Magical Index from the studio that brought you Shakugan no Shana! The Book of the Law - an encoded grimoire containing catastrophic magic - has been stolen, so naturally Kamijo, Index, and a few familiar faces join in the crusade to protect the one nun who can decipher the powerful text. But as the group battles church sects and holy assassins, they realize that discovering who their true enemy is may be more difficult than saving the sister. Meanwhile, an organization known as the Science Society resurrects an esper-producing program, a school festival brings out the competition - and drama - in the student population, and a mysterious figure negotiates the purchase of a sacred relic that could threaten the future of Academy City. Special Features: Episode 2, 7, 14, 22 Commentaries, No Buts!, See visionS, Magic world, Memories Last, Textless Songs, Trailers Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English Subtitles
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