The creator of the Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer manga series, Mizukami Satoshi, shared that an anime adaptation of the work will that it will cover the entire manga and release in Summer 2022. The manga is also known in Japan as Samidare of the Stars, and it began in Shonen Gahosha’s Young King OURs magazine in April 2005, with the final volume being published in November 2010. You can see the announcement tweet:
They’ve also opened a website, which currently features a background visual:
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Seven Seas Entertainment publishes the manga in English, and they describe the story:
Everything about college student Amamiya Yuuhi is average: grades, looks and his blasé outlook on life. So what happens when he awakens one day to a talking lizard, who informs him that there is a gigantic hammer in outer space, poised to split the Earth into pieces, and requests his allegiance in the fight against the forces of evil? Pretend it never happened! Unfortunately for Yuuhi, a little bit of coercion in the form of a super-powered princess prevents him from returning to his mediocre life-as-usual
In the adventure of his lifetime, Yuuhi will join forces with the unpredictable princess and seek out a motley crew of companions to fight back against an evil mage and his horrifyingly powerful homunculus before the Biscuit Hammer destroys the planet!
Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer ended over a decade ago, though its fans certainly remember it and will look forward to the anime in Summer 2022. Nobuaki Nakanishi will direct the anime.
Source: Mizukami Satoshi Twitter, Official Website