List of Lucky Star Characters

List Of Lucky Star Characters

This is a list of characters from the Japanese manga, video game, and anime series Lucky Star.

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... His appearance is heavily stylized, compared to the other characters, and he is known for his passionate yelling and highly energetic movements and poses ... He appeared as a special guest during the Lucky Channel segment in episode seventeen, during which he and Minoru parody Mobile Fighter G Gundam's Domon Kasshu, referencing the fact ...

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