ご注文はうさぎですか miscellaneous discussion


#41

Yeah, Madoka Magika was the common thing for bookoffs to have from the publisher when I was looking for ご注文はうさぎですか. I didn’t notice うらら迷路帖, but I wasn’t looking for it either.


#42

I don’t think I’m going to have time to read the last three chapters of ご注文はうさぎですか volume 2 until after we finish のんのんびより in beginner book club. I just don’t have enough time. :sob:


#43

@Naphthalene I forgot to mention, but one of my favorite scenes in the series so far is the end of volume 1 chapter 8 (the sleepover chapter).

Details

Specifically when Sharo gets up in the middle of the night to go the bathroom and finds Rize sitting in the hallway. And when Sharo asks what she’s doing, Rize says ロ…ロウソクの火が消えて動けなくなった…わけじゃないぞ

I just love how Rize always tries to be tough, but sometimes you see her real self show through. Though she still tries to cover it up and be tough. :laughing:


#44

Ah, yes.

Summary

That definitely sounded like some suspiciously specific denial.

I don’t know if she tries to be tough. It feels more like she had a weird upbringing :thinking: Yakuza or army family or something I guess.


#45
Summary

I think it works even better in Japanese too, since the denial part (わけじゃない) can be naturally added at the end.

They touch on it a bit in volume 2, though I don’t really remember when or how much.


#46

Looks like season 3 of the anime is coming out in 2020: http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2018/09/16/is-the-order-a-rabbit-looks-ahead-to-2019-ova-2020-tv-series

By then volume 8 will probably be out (volume 7 is coming out this November). So now I have a goal to read all the volumes by the time season 3 comes out!


#47

So are you getting bored of ご注文はうさぎですか too? Just curious.


#48

Yeah… It was not what I hoped it to be, to be honest. Not sure I’ll even finish the second volume :confused:
My only experience with that genre was from stuff like azumangadaiou and yotsuba, and, I don’t know, either they were funnier, or I just got too old for that… :slightly_frowning_face:


#49

That’s a shame. I wouldn’t really consider Yotsuba to be part of the genre, but Azumanga is regarded as one of the first of the genre.

I read the first two volumes of Yotsuba and watched the Azumanga anime. Based on that, I like ご注文はうさぎですか best. Maybe it was because Azumanga felt dated by the time I watched the anime, who knows.


#50

Well, most characters are young girls, and they are doing things that are cute (especially Yotsuba). It’s possible that the genre is about something else, but that’s pretty much what I would be expecting. :confused:

I saw you comment about Azumanga feeling dated, but what are you specifically talking about? The drawing style?


#51

Yeah, but Yotsuba also had prominent recurring male characters, which is unusual for the genre. Maybe it fits and I’m just being weird. :man_shrugging:

As for Azumanga, I watched the anime a few years ago, so I don’t remember in detail why I thought it felt dated. The animation style was certainly a bit old, but also there was something about the character interactions and comedy that didn’t work for me for the first half or so. It got better as it went though. I don’t really remember much of the details.


#52

Well I’m finished volume 2! The last chapter was really cute (Cocoa hanging out with Megu and Maya) and it closed out the volume nicely. I think I’ll take a break for a bit now and come back to it in a few months.