ウラカタ!! 2 [Urakata!! 2]

ウラカタ!! 2 [Urakata!! 2]

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Title:ウラカタ!! 2 [Urakata!! 2]
Author:Bisco Hatori
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Edition Language:Japanese

ウラカタ!! 2 [Urakata!! 2] Reviews

  • Chelsea

    Now this was exactly what I wanted. The first volume was great, but this one was right on the money. I am starting to get the backstory on characters that I desperately wanted. I love everything Bisco Hatori does, and I cannot wait to get my hands on the next volume.

  • Laura

    I love the complexity and nuanced qualities of Bisco's characters!! I love seeing more about Izumi and Maasa, their motivations and mentality. I may have to invest in this series because it's so good and I love it so much!!

  • Mandie Newman

    fun book

  • Johnni Quest

    [5/5 stars]

  • R

    Fun read! I'm not so good with the gore but still a fun story. I love how much she loves it!

  • Sarah Hayes

    The first volume was pretty solid at three stars, but I really enjoyed the second volume a lot more. We get to see more of the members of the art club up close and personal plus explore Ranmaru's home life. Also, Izumi might be my current favorite club member outside of Ranmaru now, which I did not expect at all, although he's also ranked up there with zombie fangirl Maasa who is just absolutely adorable and fiery.

  • Allison Turbitt

    Cute one off stories. Looking forward to more of them.

  • S.Q. Eries

    In Summary

    If you thought love entered Ranmaru’s life, think again. He may be harboring a developing crush, but for the most part, he’s just struggling to keep up with Goda’s latest project. In fact, romance seems to be getting nipped in the bud among all his fellow club members, but there’s passion aplenty for their work along with a lot of Art Squad craft techniques.

    The Review

    So far, Art Squad projects have been manifestations of various antagonism, but it now appears that Goda treats all reque

    In Summary

    If you thought love entered Ranmaru’s life, think again. He may be harboring a developing crush, but for the most part, he’s just struggling to keep up with Goda’s latest project. In fact, romance seems to be getting nipped in the bud among all his fellow club members, but there’s passion aplenty for their work along with a lot of Art Squad craft techniques.

    The Review

    So far, Art Squad projects have been manifestations of various antagonism, but it now appears that Goda treats all requests as challenges, even when they’re not. In the case of their latest Film Studies assignment, one seemingly innocuous word has Goda turning an otaku bedroom set from a low-key job into an intense task that newbie Ranmaru can barely keep up with. Following that, a student actress asks Goda to help her get rid of a clingy boyfriend (by posing as her new boyfriend), and Goda instead drags the Art Squad into Mega-Operation: Filthy Room!!

    These two chapters reemphasize what readers already know about Goda: he is completely devoted to his art and his forceful personality somehow sweeps everyone else along. Along the way, readers also get a smattering of set dressing techniques as well as a hint of romantic feelings. At the end of Volume 1, a word of thanks from Ruka put Ranmaru in a fluster, and Volume 2 continues in that vein with Ranmaru’s fluster developing into a crush. However, those looking for a love arc are likely in for a long, drawn out ride. Ranmaru’s too timid to make a move, and while he observes that Ruka might feel something for Goda, she’s not making moves either. As for Goda, he, as Maasa puts it, “loves only art.” So while there is the potential of a love triangle, hardly anything is in motion.

    Romance doesn’t seem likely among the other Art Squad members either, judging from Chapters 8 and 10, close-ups on Maasa and Izumi respectively. Maasa desperately wants a boyfriend, but when Ranmaru gets dragged along to a singles meet up, he quickly learns how the Art Squad’s resident gore expert self-sabotages her prospects. As for Izumi, he’s got a gaggle of fangirls but seems neither interested in nor capable of sustaining a deep, intimate relationship. As such, it looks like art will be the sole passion driving the engines of the Art Squad for a while.

    Volume 2 also includes a Soh-centric chapter. In Volume 1, Ranmaru’s bossy cousin served mainly to heap disdain on Ranmaru and reinforce his insecurities. Now Hatori-sensei seems as if she’s completely changed her mind about this character. Chapter 9 depicts Soh not as arrogant and self-assured but as depressed as Ranmaru. The 180 in her personality is a lot to swallow, but it does make her interactions with Ranmaru funnier, and along the way, readers get to learn about resin crafts.

    Extras include character profiles, embedded notes from the creator, glossary, and author bio.

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  • Nell

    2.5

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