Muse Asia Streams Lapis Re:LiGHTs Anime on YouTube
posted on by Adriana Hazra
Muse Asia's official YouTube channel started streaming KLab Games and Kadokawa's "Magic x Idol" mixed-media project Lapis Re:LiGHTs on July 4. Muse Asia started streaming the second episode on Saturday along with a reupload of the first episode.
Alongside India, Muse Asia is streaming the anime in Bangladesh, Brunei, Bhutan, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam.
Muse SG describes the second episode of the Lapis Re:LiGHTs anime:
If they get failing grades this term, Tiara's unit will all be expelled!
After discovering this shocking fact, Tiara and her unit members struggles to collect points from classes, exams, and extracurricular activities in order to avoid being expelled. In the midst of that, for some reason, Rosetta frequently leaves the academy after school.
In order to inverstigate her movements, the four remaining members starts to tail her.
The theme of the project is in its full title, Lapis Re:LiGHTs ~Kono Sekai no Idol wa Mahō ga Tsukaeru~ (The idols in this world can use magic). "Asa no Hajime" is writing the scenario, and U35 is designing the characters. Yoshitaka Murayama is collaborating on the worldview setting, and Zuji is providing concept art.
Hiroyuki Hata (Kamichu!, Recently, my sister is unusual.) is directing the anime at Yokohama Animation Lab. Kasumi Tsuchida (Nekopara) and Hajime Asano (Mayo Chiki! light novel author) are overseeing the series scripts. Taro Ikegami (Gamers!) is the character designer and chief animation director. Satoshi Hōno (Demon Lord, Retry!, Aggretsuko) is composing the music.
The franchise also includes plans for a smartphone role-playing game, novels, live events, and a manga by artist Hiroichi (High School DxD: Asia & Koneko's Secret Contract!?) and Shingo Nagai.