Bunny Drop, Volume 1
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Bunny Drop, Volume 1

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by Yumi Unita
     
 

Going home for his grandfather's funeral, thirty-year-old bachelor Daikichi is floored to discover that the old man had an illegitimate child with a younger lover! The rest of his family is equally shocked and embarrassed by this surprise development, and not one of them wants anything to do with the silent little girl, Rin. In a fit of angry spontaneity, Daikichi

Overview

Going home for his grandfather's funeral, thirty-year-old bachelor Daikichi is floored to discover that the old man had an illegitimate child with a younger lover! The rest of his family is equally shocked and embarrassed by this surprise development, and not one of them wants anything to do with the silent little girl, Rin. In a fit of angry spontaneity, Daikichi decides to take her in himself! But will living with this overgrown teenager of man help Rin come out of her shell? And hang on, won't this turn of events spell doom for Daikichi's love life?!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780759531222
Publisher:
Orbit
Publication date:
03/23/2010
Series:
Bunny Drop Series, #1
Pages:
196
Sales rank:
93,519
Product dimensions:
5.70(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

Meet the Author

Yumi Unita debuted professionally in Hakusensha's YOUNG ANIMAL magazine in 1998 and has enjoyed a long and successful career working in various genres. Her series BUNNY DROP was serialized in Shodensha's FEEL YOUNG magazine from October 2005 to April 2011.

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Bunny Drop, Volume 1 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Molassesdip More than 1 year ago
If you're like me and found the anime before hearing about the manga, it might be useful to know that the six chapters of Volume 1 takes you through the first 4 episodes, ending with Daikichi finding {spoiler-ish alert} the modem behind the dresser. The art is still nice, if a bit mo' simpler, and even if you've seen / started the anime and know where it's all heading, it's still a good read. You will not have miss any groundbreaking information about characters (save a bit about grass lot baseball), but if you loved it on a monitor, you'll probably love it on paper.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
xbox432 More than 1 year ago
I generaly read shonen (boys action) manga and just picked this up to pass the time, just a few pages in and I was hooked. The man adopting the little girl because the way his family is acting ticks him off, is quite a believable response to anyone who has gone to a family reunion of any kind. And the moments when he takes care of her or worries about her are very touching to say the least. As for the girl herself..simply adorable, I'm sure that anyone out there with a baby sister will agree. I definetly recomend this manga to anyone wishing to sit back and relax and enjoy a pleasent story.
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AB83 More than 1 year ago
This is an offbeat manga. There are no superheroes, guns, swords, ninjas, magic or even girls in short school uniforms. its about a 20 something man who goes home for his Grandfather's funeral to find out that his grandfather has a little girl no one knew about, and her mother is no where to be found. He's immature, but seeing his family's reaction to the little girl, he decides that he'll take care of her, not fully understanding what that entails. It follows him and the little girl learning about each other and him growing up in the process. it also discusses death, and how that may effect a small child, as well as a child's perspective on divorce and what a parent it. I will probably read the second volume when it comes out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago