Pumpkin Scissors 2

Pumpkin Scissors The Pumpkin Scissors are the only hope for the battle torn Empire The nation is being threatened by new evils even terrible than war this time a shadowy gang of ruthless drug dealers These villains a

  • Title: Pumpkin Scissors 2
  • Author: Ryōtarō Iwanaga
  • ISBN: 9780345501417
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Pumpkin Scissors are the only hope for the battle torn Empire The nation is being threatened by new evils even terrible than war this time, a shadowy gang of ruthless drug dealers These villains are poised to strike at the very heart of the Empire Can the Pumpkin Scissors unravel their conspiracy in time Includes in depth translation notes and a preview of theThe Pumpkin Scissors are the only hope for the battle torn Empire The nation is being threatened by new evils even terrible than war this time, a shadowy gang of ruthless drug dealers These villains are poised to strike at the very heart of the Empire Can the Pumpkin Scissors unravel their conspiracy in time Includes in depth translation notes and a preview of the next volume

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    1. I really liked this volume overall, though a tiny bit confused about some of the stuff near the end. I remember some of the scenes from this in the anime!

    2. Pumpkin Scissors: Volume 2 is another excellent manga book about a military unit trying to help clean up after a brutal war. In this book, the stories focused more on Randel this time, rather than Lt. Malvin, which I preferred anyway. Randel is a totally cool character that I really want to know more about. He struggles with who he used to be and fights turning on his blue lantern when trouble arises. As for this Muze Caplan person, I don't quite know who she is yet, but I'll bet she spells trou [...]

    3. Book two finally reveals the meaning of the title, which left me wondering if the explanation had been correctly translated. I mean, yes, you would need very good, very tough scissors to cut a pumpkin, but who WOULD use scissors for that, instead of a knife? It was like a story whose title is based on how tough it is to hammer nails with a screwdriverStill, the story is good.In a war-torn version of what appears to be future Europe, peace has been declared, but society is still a shambles. Petty [...]

    4. I really liked the first chapter in this volume, episode 3, in which Machs starts to question the Corporal's good intentions and digs into the history of 901 to get to know more about him. Interesting stuff.On the other hand, the next chapter (episode 4) is incredibly boring. And that bit in chapter 6 where Oreldo pretends to buy/rape a woman in order to make her old man stand up for her was a weird tonal shift that made me uncomfortable.All in all, this volume is better than the first, but it s [...]

    5. This is a 3 1/2 star rating. the series is getting better for sure, and as more details are revealed about the past (and the corporal's past in particular), the more the Pumpkin Scissors are turning out to be the only thing standing in the way of the people and a corrupt government. War relief and reconstruction are beginning to take on a new meaning!

    6. I thought Machs was a girl. Whoops. Anyway, I liked this volume a little better. It reminds me of the military aspects of Fullmetal Alchemist although it doesn't have the headache inducing metaphysical component.

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