The twenty-second light novel of Baccano! is 1935-D: Luckstreet Boys.
It was released on August 10, 2016, and is 296 pages long.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
From the Dengeki Bunko website:
"The casino party has finally started. After a seemingly peaceful end to the first day, at last we welcome the second. Just what and who do we witness?
Melvi, the Runorata Family’s hired dealer who kidnapped Ennis and hid her within a ship’s hatch, versus Firo, who challenges him to a serious battle. The three Gandor brothers, who tighten their grip on their adversaries while keeping an anxious eye on Firo. Ladd, who cooperates with the Gandors while waiting for his chance to start a fight. Chane, who finds herself caught in a battle to the death with Ladd. Nader, who runs from place to place avoiding Chane. And last but not least, Isaac and Miria.
Featuring a congregation of parties thought to rival even that of the Flying Pussyfoot incident, a massive commotion begins…
Among all those involved, Huey alone watches the city closely, scheming. Heedless of their expectations, the eddies of fate rage on."
Chapters[edit | edit source]
- According to Elmer C. Albatross
- Interlude: There's No Time for Anything But Organizing What They Know
- Chapter 23: The Demon Does Not Forget His Promise
- Chapter 24: The Morning Should Not Be This Quiet
- Chapter 25: There's Nothing For the Lowlife To Do
- Chapter 26: There's No Way They'll Just Behave
- Chapter 27: There's No Way No One Will Interfere
- Chapter 28: Words Won't Get Through Anymore
- Chapter 29: It Can't Be Helped
- Connecting Chapter: There Has To Be Something There
- Connecting Chapter: We Have No Tomorrow
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The title of the volume is a reference to the Backstreet Boys.
- There is a card turned face down under Firo's card. It is turned face-up in one of Katsumi Enami's last drawings in the book; it is a joker card, depicting the face of Lebreau Fermet Viralesque.
- Shinta Fujimoto, the illustrator of the 2015 BACCANO! manga, drew several teaser manga pages to promote the release of 1935-D for the 51st volume of the Dengeki Bunko magazine.