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日常 5


  • Title: 日常 5
  • Author: Keiichi Arawi あらゐ けいいち
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 326
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    • Best Read [Keiichi Arawi あらゐ けいいち] ½ 日常 5 || [Mystery Book] PDF ☆
      326 Keiichi Arawi あらゐ けいいち
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      Published :2019-01-19T20:12:57+00:00

    1 thought on “日常 5

    1. Another brilliant volume. Though I do have to say that some of the jokes fell flat for me. But then again that is what happens with Nichijou, some jokes are just not fun. Or at least not my kind of humour.I also do have to say I was pretty pissed at Mai and Yukko and how they treated Mio's manga. Yukko just screwed it all up, Mai just drew crap on the backgrounds. Really, maybe it is meant as a joke, but sorry, I don't see what is so funny about screwing with your best friend when she asks you f [...]

    2. Still very weird and entertaining, but not as good as volume 4. Some of the jokes are still going over my head, I think. The slapstick stuff is not as funny to me, I guess, and characters say "WHAAAAAAAAAAT" way too much.

    3. Nichijou continues to be bizarre, with plenty of silly moments to laugh at. I still feel like a lot of it goes over my head, but that's to be expected at this point. There are plenty of absurd moments that transcend language and cultural barriers and are just plain hilarious. Not an easy series to recommend. Maybe not everyone's cup of tea. But Nichijou is beginning to hold a special place in my heart.

    4. If you're an anime Nichijou viewer, and you only want to consume new material, this volume may disappoint you as there's I believe not a single story unadapted to the small screen here.This entry was I think a step up from the last volume. A lot more of the whacky sensibilities we've come to love, and not every story being about something negative happening. While this doesn't reach the height of volume 3, it still has some classic moments. These include "flowing noodles", some Nakanoujo (mohawk [...]

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