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|Genre:||Action, Romance, Science-Fiction|
|Directed by:||Masakazu Obara|
|Written by:||Hiroyuki Yoshino|
|Original Run:||April 6th, 2012 – September 21st, 2012|
|# of Episodes:||24|
Accel World is a series of light novels by Reki Kawahara and an TV anime adaptation by Sunrise.
The light novel series began in 2009 with over 17 volumes. Reki also wrote three manga adaptations, the first two began in 2010: the first illustrated by Hiroyuki Aigamo with 5 volumes so far, the second "Axel World" illustrated by Ryuryū Akari with 3 volumes so far.
The third, a shonen called "Dural: Magisa Garden" illustrated by Ayato Sasakura came out January 2012, shortly before a 24-episode TV anime series that ran April to September 2012, along with 2 OVAs released with the game adaptations "Ginyoku no Kakusei" in September 2012 and "Kasoku no Chōten" in January 2013.
"Achel World" is a series of 8 bonus episodes released with the Bluray sales from July 2012 to February 2013.
Accel World (anime)Edit
- aired 20 April 2012
- aired 11 May 2012
- aired 25 May 2012
- aired 1 June 2012
- aired 13 July 2012
- aired 10 August 2012
- aired 24 August 2012
Accel World SpecialsEdit
- aired 28 November 2012
Accel World EXEdit
- Titled "Onsen" (or "Vacation" in English) released 31 January 2013 with the collector's edition of the game "Accel World: The Peak of Acceleration"
There is an Onsen scene.
- Sword Art Online - Both series by Reki Kawahara and take place in the same universe
- Accel World Wiki
- Accel World article on Wikipedia
- Accel World anime on Anime News Network
- Accel World anime on MyAnimeList