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Slice-of-life manga Lucky Star is about to return within the November difficulty of KADOKAWA’s Mitaina! Magazine after an virtually decade-long hiatus.

Kagami Yoshimizu’s manga Lucky Star is returning after an eight-year hiatus.

Lucky Star went on hiatus in 2014 on account of a brand new undertaking Yoshimizu had deliberate. KanColle’s official Twitter account for the unique doujin circle creators C2 Kikan was the primary to interrupt the information. In the tweet, C2 Kikan reveals that Lucky Star creator Yoshimizu is an enormous supporter of the KanColle franchise.

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Initially serialized in KADOKAWA’s Comptiq journal in 2003, the corporate will switch it to their new journal Mitaina! for its Nov. 10 difficulty. It would be the first new chapter of Lucky Star since May 2014. Mitaina! is an experimental journal that options information and manga, closely specializing in the KanColle franchise.

Lucky Star is a four-panel cartoon manga that tells the story of 4 Japanese college ladies, Konata Izumi, Kagami Hiiragi, Tsukasa Hiiragi, and Miyuki Takara. It is a slice-of-life comedian that has no ongoing plot. Bandai Entertainment launched a part of the unique manga, the tv sequence, and the OVA in North America. Funimation at present holds the rights to stream the anime.

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The Lucky Star Manga Has a Long History of Spinoffs

The sequence was so widespread that it earned a by-product manga known as Lucky Star Pocket Travelers. Serialized in Comp Ace, the spinoff sequence adopted the identical 4 ladies from the unique story. However, they uncover they’ve shrunk to doll dimension. In addition to Lucky Star Pocket Travelers, one other spinoff was launched primarily based on the Lucky Star Moe Drill video video games. The new spinoff was generally known as Miyakawa-ke no Kūfuku (The Miyakawa Family’s Hunger) and noticed serialization within the January 2008 difficulty of KADOKAWA’s Comp H journal. Following the success of the 2 spinoffs, a parody manga by artist Eretto noticed serialization in Comptiq journal. In 2014, one other spinoff was introduced, primarily based on Miyakawa-ke no Kūfuku. Titled Miyakawa-ke ga Mampuku!?, manga artist Tsubomi Hanabana and delicacies supervisor Etsuko Ichise labored on the sequence.

In addition to manga, Lucky Star had an anime TV sequence animated by Kyoto Animation. It aired from April 8, 2007, to Sept. 16, 2007. The late Yasuhiro Takemoto directed the sequence after changing dismissed director Yutaka Yamamoto. Before becoming a member of the Lucky Star crew, he labored on 2009’s The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.

Lucky Star’s newest chapter will seem within the third difficulty of Mitaina! journal on Nov. 10.

Source: Twitter by way of Anime News Network



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