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5.0 out of 5 stars so good my dog robed it =P, 14 April 2014
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This review is from: Certain Scientific Railgun, vol.8, A (Paperback)
i preorderd this manga and the day before i start to read it my dog robes of with it up. and i dont mind dident mind re ordering it becasue how good the bits where that i could read =P
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5.0 out of 5 stars Games, Robots & Intrigue, 17 Sep 2013
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T. R. Alexander (East Anglia, UK) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Certain Scientific Railgun, vol.8, A (Paperback)
The Daihasei Sports Festival is in full swing and Mikoto Misaka is as busy as ever having to deal with her family and friends. When Misaka-10032 is mistaken for Mikoto by her fellow Tokiwadai students she thinks it will be a good chance for the clone to have some fun but things begin to go wrong as elements of Academy City's underworld have their own plans. When Mikoto begins to investigate, she finds that things are for more complicated than they first appear and Misaki Shokuhou, the fifth Level 5 and Queen of Tokiwadai, is also involved.

This eighth volume of 'A Certain Scientific Railgun' is another extremely good instalment of this very entertaining manga. The volume sees the 'Railgun' Daihasei arc get going in earnest and has some very nice action, as well as some of the usual humour. The plot of this arc is very interesting with some good intrigue as well as a couple of nice character moments for Mikoto as things begin to get going. We also get to see Mitsuko Kongou, and her friends Kinuho Wannai and Maaya Awatsuki, have some time in the limelight as they try to assist Mikoto. The three of them also get some very enjoyable action towards the end of the volume.

The volume also includes some brief design notes and a preview of the 'Zero's Familiar' manga.

Overall this was a very good volume of 'A Certain Scientific Railgun' and the Daihasei arc is definitely one of the better parts of the series. Thus eighth volume is easily worth a full five stars.
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Certain Scientific Railgun, vol.8, A by Kazuma Kamachi (Paperback - 2 April 2014)
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