Doujin Circle C2 Kiken announced on Saturday that Kagami Yoshimizu’s Lucky Star manga is resuming its serialization after a hiatus of more than eight years. The manga will turn into Kadokawa’s Mitana! Magazine starting from the third issue on 10 November.
Yoshimizu began making Lucky-Stars at Comptic in 2004. The slice of life comedy series was also featured in several Kadokawa magazines including Comp Ace, Shnen Ace and Newtype. The manga entered a hiatus in 2014 due to a new project Yoshimizu being developed. Kadokawa published the tenth volume in November 2013.
Kyoto Animation produced a 24-episode television anime in Spring 2007 and an original video anime in September 2008. Kadokawa Pictures USA and Bandai Entertainment originally licensed the anime in North America and released it in six DVD volumes from May 2008 to March 2009. It released it to anime in August 2014 and home video in July 2016.
Between March 2009 and February 2011, Bandai Entertainment published the eighth volume in English before the company’s closure. Viz Media re-licensed the manga for digital release in 2014 and published the eighth volume in February 2015.
Which end do you start with, top or bottom, when eating a chocolate cornet? Which side is up and which is down? For that matter, what is a chocolate cornet? The proper way to eat pastries is one of many everyday occurrences discovered by the girls in Ms. Kuroi’s class.
Meet Konata, an athletic and intelligent girl devoted to your favorite primetime anime to excel at anything other than otaku culture; Miyuki, the lovable, spectacled living example of Moe with his encyclopedic knowledge of all subjects; Kagami, the bitter-sweet, tough but shy straight man to Konata’s constant teasing and pranks; and her younger fraternal twin sister, Tsukasa, a kind but wind-driven klutz. Watch this study on the human condition as our heroines locate the unemployed with a simple enquiry! (Source: Bandai Entertainment, edited)
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