A talking lizard shows up one day in front of Yuuhi Amamiya. In the first episode of “Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer,” the lizard solicits Yuuhi’s prestigious assistance to rescue the planet.
Amamiya Yuuhi, a college student, is ordinary in all respects, including his academics, appearance, and approach to life. What transpires next when he awakens one day to a talking lizard telling him that a huge hammer is waiting in space to shatter the Earth and pleading with him to join the fight against evil? Act as if it never occurred! Sadly, for Yuuhi, a tiny amount of pressure in the shape of a princess with superpowers keeps him from going back to his average life as normal.
To stop a wicked sorcerer and his horrifyingly potent homunculus before the Biscuit Hammer wipes out the world, Yuuhi will team up with the unpredictable princess and look for a motley group of allies in the adventure of a lifetime.
The moment Yuuhi declines the lizard’s offer, an opponent assaults him. Samidare, the neighbor girl shows up to save Yuuhi. She is, however, concealing something. Samidare is revealed in the “Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer” trailer to be a princess, whereas Yuuhi is a knight.
He meets the Biscuit Hammer, which is circling the earth, thanks to Samidare. Samidare informs Yuuhi that they require his might to defeat the Biscuit Hammer, just like the lizard did. Yuuhi makes a promise to become more powerful than he is currently now and wants to be Samidare’s hero.
Unremarkable college student Yuuhi Amamiya runs upon a talking lizard one day who invites him to help save the planet from danger. Before he has a chance to object, Yuuhi is transformed into a Beast Knight and given a ring that grants him the psychic ability “domain control,” according to Crunchyroll’s translation of the official synopsis for “Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer.”
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The Nobuaki Nakanishi-directed animation “Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer” is based on an original work by Satoshi Mizukami. The series’ composition is handled by Yuichiro Momose and Satoshi Mizukami.
While Minoru Okochi serves as the art director, Hajime Hatakeyama is enlisted to create the characters.
Half-Time Old sings the anime’s opening theme song, “Gyoko,” while SpendyMily sings the closing theme, “Reflexion.”
This Friday, “Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer” Episode 1 will premiere. On Crunchyroll, American viewers may watch the episode online. Japanese with English subtitles will be used to broadcast the episode live.
The primary cast also features Kenjirou Tsuda as Noi Crezant, Junya Enoki as Yuuhi Amamiya, Naomi Ohzora as Samidare Asahina, and Azusa Tadokoro as Hisame Asahina.
The Japanese name of the anime is “Hoshi no Samidare.”
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