Behind the Scenes!!, Vol. 3

Behind the Scenes!!, Vol. 3

Ranmaru Kurisu comes from a family of hardy, rough-and-tumble fisherfolk and he sticks out at home like a delicate, artistic sore thumb. It’s given him a raging inferiority complex and a permanently pessimistic outlook. Now that he’s in college, he’s hoping to find a sense of belonging. But after a whole life of being left out, does he even know how to fit in?!Ryuji Goda,...

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Title:Behind the Scenes!!, Vol. 3
Author:Bisco Hatori
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Edition Language:English

Behind the Scenes!!, Vol. 3 Reviews

  • Amanda Setasha Hall

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter.

  • Laura

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow.

  • Mandie Newman

    good manga

  • Johnni Quest

    [5/5 stars].

  • R

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series.

  • S.Q. Eries

    In Summary

    Although it’s billed as “Film Camp,” the Art Squad’s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy amount of art/craft techniques are, of course, incorporated throughout (including detailed instructions on shrinky dinks), and those curious about the Squad members will get some intriguing glimpses into their personal lives.

    In Summary

    Although it’s billed as “Film Camp,” the Art Squad’s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy amount of art/craft techniques are, of course, incorporated throughout (including detailed instructions on shrinky dinks), and those curious about the Squad members will get some intriguing glimpses into their personal lives.

    The Review

    In anime and manga, the camp setting is generally used for clubs to practice, train, and bond. However, even though the Art Squad says they are going to “Film Camp” in Scene 11, it’s actually a multi-day shoot at a borrowed vacation house. Aside from the fact that they are staying at the shoot location overnight, the Art Squad is just slaving away for student director Riichi Kai again. In other words, it’s the usual unreasonable demands sprinkled with set design techniques. The only truly new element is that this film cast includes Rin Debito, a child actor (and a paid one at that). While the clash between the snooty Rin and child-phobic Goda is entertaining, Hatori-sensei also tries to paint the kid in a sympathetic light, but Rin’s personal dilemma only makes him come off as inconsistent. As such, when Ranmaru gets Rin back on track with a cliche phrase, the resolution seems much too convenient.

    Once film camp is over, we get a chapter dedicated to Tomu. Aside from the fact that he’s a ball of energy and his family’s loaning the Squad studio space, we don’t know too much about him. However, Hatori-sensei fills in a lot of blanks when Tomu and Ranmaru lend a hand to the Modernist Cinema Club. For a simple-minded character, Tomu winds up in rather complicated situations, and it’s fun getting into his brain.

    The volume closes with the Squad’s summertime fundraising projects. While these arcs feature the usual art design and crafts, they are different in that the Squad isn’t under the thumb of a director. In other words, we get to see them direct themselves–with hilarious results. Whereas they only dealt with one kid at Film Camp, they field a whole bunch when they hold a craft workshop. Then they tackle something more in line with their skills when asked to create a haunted house. While this project definitely showcases Maasa’s talents, mouse-hearted Ranmaru winds up key to their success in a surprising (and amusing) way.

    Extras include bonus mini manga, embedded notes from the creator, glossary, and author bio.

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  • Elin Sjögren

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too!

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    Good volume.

  • Tyler Black

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable.

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