Lycoris Recoil Spinoff Novel Tops 250,000 in Circulation

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The official Twitter account of the Recoil of Lycoris the anime announced that the Recoil of Lycoris: Ordinary Days The spin-off novel has over 250,000 copies in circulation after a seventh printing was approved. (The number is not sales statistics. The ad describes the number of copies printed, although it includes e-book copies.)

Shinya Oshiro (atd), the designer of the anime’s title logo and the illustrator of the novel, drew the following artwork to celebrate this milestone:

The anime premiered on July 2. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it streams in Japan, and it also streamed an English double. Crunchyroll describes the anime:

For those peaceful days――there is a secret behind it all.

A secret organization that prevents crimes: “DA – Direct Attack”. And their group of all-female agents: “Lycoris.” This peaceful daily life is thanks to these young girls. Elite Chisato Nishikigi is the most powerful Lycoris agent of all time. At his side is Takina Inoue, the talented but mysterious Lycoris. They work together in one of its branches, Café LycoReco.

Here, the orders this cafe takes range from coffee and sweets, to babysitting, shopping, teaching Japanese to foreign students, and more. These are mostly tasks unworthy of Lycoris.

The free-spirited and optimistic pacifist, Chisato. And Takina, cool and efficient. The chaotic daily life of this mismatched duo begins!

The spin-off novel depicts the “not-so-common daily life” of Chisato, Takina, and the others at Café LycoReco.

The anime was Adachi’s first film. Prior to this anime, Adachi was the character designer and chief animation director for Sword Art Online and Wagnaria!! (Work!!). Imigimuru (This art club has a problem!listen)) designed the television anime, and Pictures A-1 produces the project. Ben To author Asaura wrote the story. Kimika Onai (Nogizaka46outfits Sakurazaka46) designed the characters’ uniforms.

ClariS performed the opening theme song “ALIVE” and Sayuri performed the ending theme song “Hana no Tō” (Flower Tower).

The anime also inspires a play.

Source: Web Mantan

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