As a punishment for punching a famous Calligrapher, young handsome Calligrapher Handa Seishu is exiled on a small island. As someone who has never lived outside of a city, Handa has to adapt to his new wacky neighbors, like people traveling on a tractor, unwanted visitors who never use the front door, annoying kids using his home as a playground, etc. Can this city guy handle all the crazy hardships? Find out in this wacky island comedy full of innocence and laughter!!!On a quest to discover why a famous curator critiqued his calligraphy as "rigid and bland," handsome, arrogant, self-centred Handa Seishu forced to continue his work while living on a remote island.A city-slicker to the core, Handa is surprised (and annoyed) by his wacky new neighbors and their odd habits people traveling around on tractors as if they were cars, unwanted visitors who never use the front door, annoying kids using his home as a base... the list of grievances grows by the minute.Can a city guy really adapt to an easy-going island life? Find out in this silly comedy full of innocence and laughter!...
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Barakamon 2 (Barakamon #2) Reviews
Ridiculously sweet and heartwarming. Even though this is not a real story it kind of makes me like the world better. Handa might not be a totally pleasant guy to hang out with, but I desperately want him to be happy. I think watching the the Handa-kun anime broke something in me. So now I'm going "HANDA MUST BE HAPPY, HE HAD A HORRIBLE CHILDHOOD OK".
This is such a cute slice of life. The second volume expands on the first giving more cute heartfelt moments on the island. I especially love how the children hang around sensei a lot.
This manga is more heartfelt with some hints of sadness. Overall its upbeat giving laughs to all. There isn't much character develop. Its a more slow progress.
A story of how a lost calligrapher learns to enjoy his art and the value of talent and hard work combined. Handa sensei and the naughty little Naru make one addoorable duo. And that chapter full of cats is <3 The art kinda reminds me of my favorite Full Metal Alchemist - I wonder what the style/form is called. Pity I can't find the rest of the volumes :/
I read the first chapter or two and then put it down for over a month. I liked it better after the break I think. It's just not something that makes you want to keep reading, it's just a slice of island life lazy kind of read. The art was still fine, there were more manga jokes and less introducing people.
Now that I’ve finished Yotsuba&!, I must admit that this series is not at quite that level. But, that’s a little unfair, because nothing is really on level with Yotsuba&!. Yotsuba is amazing and nothing can really equal it.
The humor is a little similar, and the setting and main plot is similar. Differently, though, there’s more of a main plot here, and a lot more characters. We’re also following Seishuu, a new adult professional calligrapher new to country life, not a young girl.
Charming, sweet and so much fun
Dan ini lebih lucu daripada yang pertama :))) dibikin ngakak sama kelakuan Tama yang enggak mau disebut fujoshi tapi menunjukkan gejala-gejala kesana XD Cerita favorit pas mereka ke pantai :D
I like it.