Bushiroad's Luck & Logic Card Game Gets Hina Logi TV Anime in Summer
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Bushiroad announced during a live stream on Niconico on Monday that its Luck & Logic card game is getting a new television anime titled Hina Logi ~from Luck & Logic~ this summer. The series will be 12 episodes at 30 minutes each and follow the "cute everyday life of the Logicalist girls." Doga Kobo will handle the animation.
The main series centers on Liones Yelistratova, the naive princess of a small nation, who goes to Hokkaido to enter ALCA, an educational institution dedicated to teaching Logicalists who uphold world peace. Liones enters Class S, and encounters many unique classmates, including Logicalist Nina Alexandrovena.
In addition, the "Watashi-tachi, Rakuroji-bu!" (We Are the Luck & Logic Club!) short anime series will get a second season. The series will premiere on August 1 on Bushiroad TV and the official Luck & Logic Youtube channel.
Takashi Naoya, Mari Shimazaki, and Katsuhiro Kumagai are returning from the previous series as director/series composition, character concept designer, and animation character designer, respectively. Doga Kobo is also animating the series. Takashi Naoya is credited for the original concept. Masakazu Miyake is in charge of backgrounds. Tatsuya Katou is composing the music.
Bushiroad revealed last year that Luck & Logic would get a new television anime series, alongside new episodes of the "Watashi-tachi, Rakuroji-bu!" (We Are the Luck & Logic Club!) short anime series.
The Luck & Logic project is a collaboration between Bushiroad, Bandai Visual, Doga Kobo, Nitroplus, Lantis, and Yuhodo. The television anime series premiered in Japan last January. Funimation streamed the series in North America as it airs. Crunchyroll streamed the series in Spain and Portugal, and Daisuki and Anime Lab are also streamed the series outside of North America. The "Watashi-tachi, Rakuroji-bu!" (We Are the Luck & Logic Club!) short anime series aired before each TV anime episode.
Bushiroad launched the Luck & Logic trading card game in Japan last January. The game launched in English last summer.
[Via Anime Seiyu]
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