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Submitted by Instigator 996d ago | review

Japanator Recommends: Bunny Drop Review

Kristina Pino writes: "As a fan of slice of life type shows and believable drama mixed in with some feel-good comedy, I was looking forward to finally get a chance to check out Bunny Drop when NISA released their collectible box set.

Bunny Drop follows the story of Daikichi, single and 30, who has decided almost on a whim to take in 6-year old and newly orphaned Rin into his home when his grandfather passes away. He decides to raise her, and the anime covers the first year of their time together while the manga continues onwards. It's an entire year, but it's covered in just 11 episodes and Daikichi definitely learns a lot in that short amount of time." (Anime, Bunny Drop) 9/10

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