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Bunny Drop, Vol. 7 [Paperback]

Yumi Unita

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20 Nov 2012 Bunny Drop (Book 7)

As Rin experiences the ups and downs of being a teenager, she begins to ponder what it means to be family. In her exploration of that question, she takes it upon herself to track down Masako, her birth mother.

Masako, engaged and pregnant, is about to start a new family of her own. But with Masako's feelings of guilt about her treatment of Rin, she can't bring herself to tell Daikichi the new developments in her life. So when Rin and Masako end up meeting fact-to-face as a result of Rin's investigatory legwork, will the mother-daughter relationship that's been all but non-existent till now end in fireworks?

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A middle-aged bachelor adopts a little girl when she is rejected by the rest of his family in this Eisner-nominated series

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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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5.0 out of 5 stars Slice of Life 30 Nov 2012
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Bunny Drop is a "slice-of-life" style manga centered around the dynamics of a little girl and the man who adopts her. Despite the weird circumstances of their meeting - she is technically his aunt(?) - they grow to show a family dynamic highly relatable to many readers.

As they grow in age their family dynamic shifts and in Volume 7 Daikichi and Rin's relationship hit new hurdles that only show how strong a bond they have developed. Daikichi starts to show his age which places question about their future in his mind while Rin develops a need to look into the past.

This volume goes back to the central relationship between Rin and Daikichi with less of a focus on the side relationships that other recent volumes, with the exception at the end which sets the stage for a new interesting relationship to be developed.

The series continues to be a must read for any slice-of-life fan.
5.0 out of 5 stars Still Love This Manga 3 Mar 2013
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I found out about this manga when I was working at Books-A-Million and it just touched me in a way that other stories haven't. It has a good sense of humor and the plot hits home so to speak. It makes you have that feeling that there is faith in humanity as a whole. It is definitely worth a read from beginning to here because it makes you realize what it is like to be an adult if you haven't already experienced taking care of a child and watching them grow up into their own person. I will keep reading this as long as the artist continues the story.
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