Kawafuji, the only friend of handsome young calligrapher Seishuu Handa, has come to visit the island...!! ...However, the lack of cell phone signal and any useful landmarks is preventing the two of them from meeting up!! Also, why has Kousuke Kanzaki, who beat out Seishuu for an award (in the "Second-Place Calligraphy Incident"), come along for the ride......?! There's a storm brewing in the third volume of this mature, heartwarming island comedy!!...
|Title||:||Barakamon, Vol. 3 (Barakamon #3)|
|Number of Pages||:||208 pages|
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Barakamon, Vol. 3 (Barakamon #3) Reviews
A gentle, warm comedy set on a remote and rural island. Very, very Mayberry.
This is SUCH a good manga. Even the fact that I'd already watched the series doesn't detract from the overall enjoyment of reading it.
Can't wait to get the later volumes, especially since the series stopped at the 4th volume. Yay new stuff!
Per usual I enjoyed Barakamon, though there were a few things about this volume that I didn't much care for. Somehow an entire chapter was printed twice in my copy of this manga, so I was confused by that when everything that I had just read was repeating itself. Aside from that, there were many instances where I wasn't sure exactly who was saying what or why they were saying it. Overall, it was another brilliant addition to the Barakamon series that I have grown to really love!
Lebih kocak dari dua nomor sebelumnya. Gambarnya kadang terasa aneh, sih.
In which we deal with annoying people gracefully... :D
What? This is amazing!
Wollte es jez doch noch fertig lesen und ja, was soll ich sagen, ich mochte auch diesen Band wieder sehr. Gerade die Situationskomik macht Barakamon einfach aus und auch die Charaktere sind einem schon richtig ans Herz gewachsen. Die Entwicklung kommt auch nicht zu kurz und so kann ich nur sagen, freu mich auf den nächsten Band xD xD
I really want to love this series. I’m trying really hard. And it’s good, don’t get me wrong—but I don’t love it.
In this volume, friends of Handa come to town. To visit, see how he’s doing, but also kind of to get him to come back home. Just like this was an odd town to Handa, it’s strange to his comrades. Such a small town, with people who know everyone, overprotective of their children, with no real sightseeing opportunities.
There are a lot of comedic opportunities. Like when the newcome ...more