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A Certain Magical Index's Kazuma Kamachi Teases Big Project in 2017

posted on by Jennifer Sherman

The official website for light novel author Kazuma Kamachi (A Certain Magical Index, Heavy Object) teased on Tuesday that he will launch a "big project" in 2017.

Kamachi has been publishing a new novel volume through Kadokawa's Dengeki Bunko imprint every month for over two years, but his streak ends this month. However, Kamachi will return to publishing a new novel volume in March, and his website asks fans to watch for more new information.

Kamachi is exclusively publishing a vampire and zombie story (seen left) on his official website, and he posted the latest update this month.

The author recently published Toaru Majutsu no Index x Dennō Senki Virtual-On: Toaru Majutsu no Virtual-On (A Certain Magical Index x Cyber Troopers Virtual-On: A Certain Magical Virtual-On), a crossover novel between his A Certain Magical Index franchise and the Virtual-On arcade game franchise. He also launched his new Saikyō o Kojiraseta Level Counter Stop Ken Seijo Beatrice no Jakuten Sono Na wa "Buu Buu" (The Name of the Weakness That Has Aggravated the Strongest Max Level Sword Holy Woman Beatrice, is "Buu Buu") novel series last March, with illustrations by Mahaya.

Kamachi wrote the original light novels behind the Heavy Object and A Certain Magical Index franchises. His other works include Waltraute-san no Konkatsu Jijō (The Circumstances Leading to Waltraute's Marriage), Satsujin-ki to Deep End (The Killer Princess and the Deep End), Kantan na Monitor Desu (It Is a Simple Monitor), and Intelle Village no Zashiki Warashi (The Zashiki Warashi of Intellectual Village). Square Enix's Shonen Gangan published a crossover manga from February-October 2015 that featured characters from his various works.

[Via Nijipoi]

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