Nichijou, Vol. 3

Nichijou Vol Extra ordinaryThe professor gets everyone stuck in a sticky situation Mio goes to extraordinary lengths to protect her passionate pet project Unexpected feelings for another teacher have taken root in

  • Title: Nichijou, Vol. 3
  • Author: Keiichi Arawi
  • ISBN: 9781942993322
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Paperback
  • Extra ordinaryThe professor gets everyone stuck in a sticky situation Mio goes to extraordinary lengths to protect her passionate pet project Unexpected feelings for another teacher have taken root in Mr Takasaki s heart And an unfortunate misunderstanding ends up bringing two friends closer together.The hijinx continue in this out of the ordinary tale of high school lExtra ordinaryThe professor gets everyone stuck in a sticky situation Mio goes to extraordinary lengths to protect her passionate pet project Unexpected feelings for another teacher have taken root in Mr Takasaki s heart And an unfortunate misunderstanding ends up bringing two friends closer together.The hijinx continue in this out of the ordinary tale of high school life.

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    1. This review is for the first three volumes, since they're all about the same in tone and content. This series is a combination of short stories and strips centered around a group of students in a Japanese school. It's very strange, even surreal, throughout. I really liked how unusual it is, but I felt like I didn't get a lot of the jokes. I couldn't tell whether or not it was because they were related to Japanese culture, or because they just weren't funny. There's a lot of slapstick-type humor [...]

    2. Never fails to make me laugh.Perhaps one of the most amazing things about this series is how it can be so consistently funny. Not every chapter contains absolutely crazy funny moments that Nichijou is sometimes known for, but it's consistently amusing and every now and then does produce amazingly hilarious moments.I'd recommend the series to anybody - for me, on to the next one!

    3. I've read three of these now, and I just don't get the humor. I think I chuckled once each book over a panel or a strip, but the rest of the time I'm just left shaking my head in befuddlement. No more for me, thanks.

    4. From what I've been reading until now, volume three is the funniest thing I've ever read. The comedy can always get the punchline so that the manga keeps me laughing all the time. It starts with the usual life of Yuuko Aioi who just got a lottery ticket. But the plot-twist turned out to be a ticket on the last year ago. Of all the chapters I read in this volume, chapter 50 is the funniest thing ever. Yuuko visits the Nano house but is directly served by Hakase. However, he visited him with no re [...]

    5. This is still one crazy manga.We have more zany fun with Mio's "adult" manga, a tsundere cranked up to eleven, robot silliness, and a battle of insults taking a very weird turn.You don't really need to read the first three volumes of Nichijou to understand the third one since it's all one shots anyway, but if you laughed at the first two, you'll keep laughing through the third.

    6. I think this is the best volume yet if you're an anime fan. It's got a good mix of some of the better moments that were adapted in the anime, along with a small amount of original material that wasn't in the show.Among the material I consider the best from the anime show, this contains Nano wanting Cavities, a few of Mio's freakouts (fight with a friend; cop interrogation), Yuuko visiting Nano's home, and Hakase's Superglue! That's just a small sampling, there's a ton here to like from the show. [...]

    7. The more I read this zany series, the more I begin to enjoy it's oddball nature. There is always an element of not getting all the jokes, but the majority of the silliness is pretty easy to follow. Can I recommend the series? Kind of. If you enjoy reading and supporting comics that are different and daring, as well as supporting publishers willing to take a risk, then I recommend this series. It's fun and deserving of your support. But if you are new to comics or rather unfamiliar with Japanese [...]

    8. I find myself reading Nichijou chapters slowly. You savor a volume of Nichijou, the way you savor a good box of chocolates.

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