Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer is one of many notable franchises making its anime debut this summer, and it’s getting fans ready for the new adaptation’s debut with a new trailer! Satoshi Mizukami’s original manga series may have ended over 12 years ago at this point, but the series will return to life with its first-ever anime adaptation. Not only that, but fans who have been waiting for the series anime all this time will be rewarded with the most complete experience possible, as the creator insists that this new anime will support the entire manga.
With Lucifer and the Cookie Hammer are gearing up to launch Crunchyroll as part of their Summer 2022 anime schedule offerings, the anime has released a new trailer that animates the series premiere this summer. Not only that, but he also revealed that his new opening theme is titled “Gyoukou” as performed by Half time Old, and a new ending theme titled “Reflexion” as performed by SpendyMily. You can check out the latest trailer for the new anime below:
If you’re curious about Lucifer and the original Biscuit Hammer manga, it’s now complete and has been licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment for an official English release. Crunchyroll highlights the upcoming debut of the anime as such: “One day, an ordinary student, Yuuhi Amamiya, encounters a talking lizard who asks for his help in saving the Earth from a crisis. Before he can refuse, Yuuhi is transformed into a member of the Beast Knights and given a ring that gives him the psychic power “domain control.” He is then immediately attacked by an enemy! But when all seems lost, he is saved by the girl next door, Samidare. But it turns out that Samidare isn’t really a savior of any kind…he’s actually a demon lord who wants to take over Earth! Lured by her absurd strength and evil charms, Yuuhi becomes her devoted servant and acts in support of her evil schemes.
Original series creator Satoshi Mizukami will handle series composition for the new anime with Hajime Hatakeyama serving as character designer and Takatsugu Wakabayashi composing the music. The series’ initial cast includes Junya Enoki as Yuuhi Amamiya, Naomi Ozora as Samidare Asahina, Kenjiro Tsuda as Noi Crezant, Azusa Tadokoro as Hisame Asahina, MAO as Anima, Tatsumaru Tachibana as Animus, Shuuhei Iwase as Hangetsu Shinonome, Gen Sato as Mikazuki Shinonome, Tetsu Inada as Soichiro Nagumo, Aya Suzaki as Yayoi Hakudo, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Hyo Shimaki, Shunichi Toki as Taro Kusakabe, Chinatsu Hirose as Hanako Sorano, and Chihaya Yoshitake as Subaru Hoshikawa.
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