Today’s PAW is about Bunny Drops
Can’t believe I have so many new series I’m trying
And I still have a couple more to “opinion” about!
Well, at least that means more days will be covered then!
Onward to the opinion!
Title: Bunny Drops vol #1
Mangaka: Unita Yumi
Returning to his family’s estate for his grandfather’s funeral, thirty-something bachelor Daikichi is floored to discover that the old man had an illegitimate child with a much younger lover! Needless to say, the rest of the family is shocked and embarrassed by this turn of events, and not one of them wants anything to do with the little girl, who refuses to say a word. In a fit of angry spontaneity, Daikichi decides to adopt her! But is living with an overgrown teenager who can barely take care of himself the key to making Rin come out of her shell?
Bunny Drop pretty much follows the daily adventures/lives of one Daikichi and the child he has taken in, Rin. Rin is his now deceased grandfather’s illegitimate child. When none of the relatives are interested in taking Rin, Daikichi decides to step in. Being a bachelor, Daikichi has almost no experience with children. In fact, with his scary face, he tends to avoid them all together. How will this one man be able to raise a child on his own?
I knew this manga-ka from another work of hers Sukimasuki (I wonder if that finished yet?) so when I heard Bunny Drop was being released in the states, I decided to give it a try.
Bunny Drop is a cute slice of life manga. Daikichi is definitely a likable lead. The fact he puts Rin before himself is really sweet (hell, the fact he took her in was awesome of him!). Rin herself is actually a cute kid. I thought she’d be a brat but so far she’s turning out alright (go grandpa and Daikichi for raising her right so far!).
The adventures Daikichi undergoes in his quest to raise Rin right is fun :3 Especially the bed wetting chapter (it’s sweat!)
Looking forward to future volumes
Satisfied or Unsatisfied: Satisfied
Thoughts: I want more !